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Helena History Press is distributed world-wide by Central European University Press: Budapest and New York. Revenues from HHP supplement the grants program of the Modern Minerva Foundation Budapest

New Releases:

Cover Organized Political Warfare


The Inauguration of Organized Political Warfare:
Cold War Organizations Sponsored by the National Committee for a Free Europe

Katalin Kádár Lynn, Editor
(Publication date: August, 2013)

Contributors: Veronika Durin-Hornyik, Tibor Frank, Katalin Kádár Lynn, Maria Kokoncheva, Jonathan H. L’Hommedieu, Anna Mazurkiewicz, Marius Petraru, Francis Raska, Toby Charles Rider

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Upcoming Releases:

Night and Fog: The Collected Dramas and Screenplays of Danilo Kiš

Translated and with an introduction by John K. Cox

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21st Century Hungarian Language Survival in Transylvania

Judith Kesserű Némethy: Editor
Contributors: Attila Z. Papp, Orsolya Nádor, János Péntek, Krisztina Sárosi, Borbála Zsemlyei, Noémi Gál, Rita Fóris-Ferenczi
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In Search of the Budapest Secession: The Artist Proletariat and Modernism’s Rise in the Hungarian Art Market, 1800–1914

Jeffrey Taylor

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Respite: Holocaust Memory in Contemporary Art
Haladék: Holokauszt emlékezet kortárs műveszetben

Zoltán Kekési
Translated from the original Hungarian by Reuben Fowkes
Co-published in cooperation with the Central European University Press

Being Hungarian in Cleveland: Maintaining Language, Culture and Traditions – 1951-2011

Endre Szentkiralyi

German War — Russian Peace: The Hungarian Tragedy,
The wartime memoir of Hungarian Minister Antal Ullein-Reviczky

Translated from the original French by Lovice Maria Ullein-Reviczky
Edited by Tibor Frank

The Holocaust Memoir of Miksa Fenyő
Az elsodort ország

Translated from the original Hungarian by Mario Fenyő

Stigmatized: A history of the internal deportations in Hungary: 1951-1958
( Megbélyegzettek: A kitlelepítések tragédiája)

Kinga Széchényi
Interviews translated by Katica Avvakumovits
Including first person interviews

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