Issue Title
Vol 10 (2017) Mapping the Intergenerational Memory of the Holocaust in Hungarian Bystander Families: The Case of Sacha Batthyány’s Identity Novel, Und was hat das mit mir zu tun? [‘And What Does That Have to Do With Me?’] Abstract  PDF
Gergely Kunt
Vol 5 (2012) Schult, Tanja, A Hero’s Many Faces: Raoul Wallenberg in Contemporary Monuments Abstract  PDF
Ruth G. Biro
Vol 8 (2015) The Poetry of 1.5 and Second-Generation Israelis of Hungarian Origin Abstract  PDF
Ilana Rosen
Vol 5 (2012) Csapody, Tamás. Bori Munkaszolgálatosok: Fejezetek a Bori Munkaszolgálat Történetéből. [The Forced Laborers of Bor: Chapters from the History of the Forced Laborers of Bor] Abstract  PDF
Julia Bock
Vol 9 (2016) The Holocaust Journal of Miksa Fenyő Abstract  PDF
Maya J. Lo Bello
Vol 7 (2014) Review Article: Souls, Hearts and Heritage: Passing from the Danube to the Hudson. Szegedy-Maszák, Marianne. 2013. I Kiss Your Hands Many Times – Hearts, Souls and Wars in Hungary. New York: Spiegel & Grau, Random House. 345 pp; and Griesz, Katherine. 2012. From the Danube to the Hudson. Seattle, WA: CreateSpace Independent Publishing. 482 pp. Abstract  PDF
Evi Blaikie
Vol 7 (2014) Hungarian Women’s Holocaust Life Writing in the Context of the Nation’s Divided Social Memory, 1944-2014 Abstract  PDF
Louise O. Vasvári
Vol 7 (2014) Fragments of a Hungarian Past in the Literature of 1.5 and Second-Generation Austro-Hungarian Immigrants in Israel Abstract  PDF
Ilana Rosen
Vol 7 (2014) Ironic Narrative Agency as a Method of Coping with Trauma in the Diary-Memoir of Margit K., a Female Holocaust Survivor Abstract  PDF
Gergely Kunt
Vol 5 (2012) Tripping over the Dead: Hungarian-Israeli Holocaust Survivor Women's Narratives of Immigration, Restoration, and Remembrance Abstract  PDF
Ilana Rosen
Vol 5 (2012) Review Article: Inventing Historical Myths—Deborah S. Cornelius. Hungary in World War II. Caught in the Cauldron. Abstract  PDF
Peter Pastor
Vol 5 (2012) Danilo Kiš and the Hungarian Holocaust: The Early Novel Psalm 44 Abstract  PDF
John K. Cox
Vol 9 (2016) The Yellow Star and Everyday Life under Exceptional Circumstances: Diaries of 1944-1945 Budapest Abstract  PDF
Louise O. Vasvári
Vol 7 (2014) Review Article: The Saddest History Ever Written: On Randolph L. Braham’s "The Geographical Encyclopedia of the Holocaust in Hungary" (2013) Abstract  PDF
Marguerite De Huszar Allen
Vol 9 (2016) Review Article: "A Hungarian Refugee in England and Holland." Pogany, George. 2012. When Even the Poets Were Silent: The Life of a Jewish Hungarian Holocaust Survivor under Nazism and Communism. Afterword by Istvan Pogany. Kenilworth, UK: Brandram, Imprint of Takaway Publishing. 263 pp.; Pogany, George. 2014. Where Is My Home? A Hungarian Refugee in England and Holland. Lexington KY: CreateSpace. 209 pp. Illus. Abstract  PDF
Ruth G. Biro
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