Issue Title
Vol 11 (2018) Miserable Hungarian Occupiers and Their Miserable Subjects: Review Article of Ungváry, Krisztián. A magyar megszálló csapatok a Szovjetunióban, 1941-1944. Esemény - elbeszélés - utóélet [The Hungarian Occupation Troops in the Soviet Union, 1941-1944. Event - Narrative - Afterlife]. Osiris, pp. 467. Maps, Photographs. Abstract  PDF
István Deák
Vol 13 (2020) The Controversy About 1944 in Hungary and the Escape of Budapest’s Jews from Deportation. A Response. Abstract  PDF
Géza Jeszenszky
Vol 12 (2019) From Escapism to Propaganda: Hungarian Cinema in the Age of Growing Anti-Semitism, Nationalism, and World War II. Review Article of Frey, David. 2018. Jews, Nazis and the Cinema of Hungary: The Tragedy of Success, 1929-44 London, New York: I.B. Tauris. 462 pp. illus. and Gergely, Gábor. 2018. Hungarian Film 1929-1947: National Identity, Anti-Semitism, and Popular Cinema. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 329 pp. illus. Abstract  PDF
Lilla Tőke
Vol 12 (2019) A New Historical Myth from Hungary: The Legend of Colonel Ferenc Koszorús as the Wartime Savior of the Jews of Budapest. Review Article of Jeszenszky, Géza, ed. July 1944: Deportation of the Jews of Budapest Foiled. Reno, Nevada: Helena History Press, 2018, pp. 317. Distributed by CEU Press. Abstract  PDF
Peter Pastor
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 5 (2012) Propaganda Versus Genocide: The United States War Refugee Board and the Hungarian Holocaust Abstract  PDF
Dorottya Halász
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) 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) 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
Vol 7 (2014) Research Note: Political Geography and the Production of Hungarian “Pocket Atlases,” 1913-1919 Abstract  PDF
Zoltán Hajdú
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