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Karolyi & Bethlen: Hungary (Makers of the Modern World)

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White aster flowers, on sale on the streets of Budapest on the eve of All Souls' Day, are made the symbol of a revolution which brings Mihály Károlyi (1875-1955) to power at the head of a National Council. Károlyi concludes an armistice which leaves large areas of Hungarian territory under occupation by French, Romanian and Serbian forces. Following the King-Emperor's abdi ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published June 1st 2009 by Haus Publishing
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