Refugees in Hungary: Shelter from Storm during World War II Trans. by Eva Barcza-Bessenyey
Price: 15.00 USD
Toronto-Buffalo: Matthias Corvinus Publishing, (1999), ii, 248 p. The story of Jews and other refugees from countries under Nazi occupation and escapees from German P.O.W. camps who found refuge in Hungary until the German military occupation in March, 1944. Also details the role of the Hungarian government after the occupation in impeding the rounding up of foreigners on Hungarian soil 1st ed. Fine.
- More: Fascism
- By This Author: KAPRONCZAY, Karoly
- By This Publisher: Toronto-Buffalo: Matthias Corvinus Publishing, (1999)