The Anti-Semitism in Hungary: Appearance and Reality Conference was the culmination of a nearly year-long research project on the topic of anti-Semitism in Hungary today.
Hungary’s Admiral on Horseback
Admiral Horthy’s political career spanned a good part of the first half of the twentieth century, yet he was by no means a modern statesman.
A Contested Europe
Every policy has costs, not just benefits, as well as unintended consequences. The eastward enlargement of the European Union is a case in point.
Royall Tyler and Hungary
This story of Royall Tyler is in many ways unique: an American who was almost European, who became intimately involved with Central Europe.
A Thorn in the Rosebush
This book opens up new perspectives on the history of Béla Bartók’s music in the 20th century.
Forbidden Federalism: Secret Diplomacy and the Struggle for a Danubian Confederation: 1918-1921
Secret Diplomacy and the Struggle for a Danubian Confederation, 1918−1921 Zoltán Bécsi
the story of the formation of Hungary’s image abroad before and during World War I