Bibliographies, lexicons, encyclopedias

  1. "Canadian Publications on the Former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe for 1994." Nevenka Koscevic and Connie Wawruck-Hemmett, eds.
    CANADIAN SLAVONIC PAPERS 32 no 4 (1995): 78-95.
    [Includes bibliographic data pertaining to Hungary.]

  2. Encyclopaedia Hungarica. Szerk. Bagossy László [Encyclopaedia Hungarica. Ed. László Bagossy]. Calgary: Hungarian Ethnic Lexicon Foundation. Vols. I-III, 1992-1996. illus., tables.
    [This encyclopedia relates to Hungarian history, sociology, culture, religion, science, literature and arts throughout the world. Its strength is in the subject of Hungarology outside the borders of Hungary. Scores of Hungarian Canadians are represented. Vol. 4 is in the process of publication and it will complete the set.]

  3. A Magyar Emigráns Irodalom Lexikona. Szerk. Nagy Csaba [Lexicon of Hungaran Émigré Literature. Ed. Csaba Nagy]. Budapest: Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum. 1990-1992. 2 vols.
    [A comprehensive bibliography, includes entries on several Hungarian-Canadian writers, scholars, editors, bibliographers and clergymen. Provides biographical data and complete lists of publications. Volume 3, still to be published, will complete the set.]

  4. MISKA, John
    Canadian Studies on Hungarians. Supplement. In: Hungarológia 8. (Budapest: Nemzetközi Hungarológiai Központ, 1995), pp. 211-367.
    [This is the second supplement to Miska's Canadian Studies on Hungarians, 1886-1986: An Annotated Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Sources, published by the Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, Regina, 1987. The 2nd supplement provides references to 835 publications: books, monographs, research papers, university theses and review articles.]

  5. Új Magyar Irodalmi Lexikon. Szerk. László Péter [New Hungarian Literary Lexicon. Ed. Péter László]. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1994. 3 vols.
    [Hungarian Canadians included are: George Bisztray, Ferenc Fáy, László Kemenes Géfin, János Miska, Tamás Tűz, Miklós Tamási, Steven Vizinczey, Robert Zend. Offers biographical information and lists of publications by authors.]

Monographs, collections

  1. BORBÁNDI, Gyula
    Emigráció és Magyarország: Nyugati magyarok a változások éveiben, 1985-1995 [The Emigrants and Hungary: The Hungarians of the West During the Years of Political Changes, 1985-1995]. Basel-Budapest: Az Európai Protestáns Magyar Szabadegyetem, 1996. 459 pp.
    [A comprehensive study of the relation between Hungary and her emigrants in the Western World. Contents: (1) The emigrants and Hungary; (2) The life of the emigrant colonies; (3) The structure of emigrant institutions, societies, religion and the press; (4) Repatriation to the Old Country and their status in Hungary. There is a chapter on Hungarian-Canadians (pp. 178-195).]

  2. DREISZIGER, N.F., ed.
    Hungary Fifty Years Ago. Ed. N.F. Dreisziger. HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 22 nos. 1-2 (Special Issue) (1995) 127 pp.
    [In the essays included, Krisztián Ungváry discusses the disastrous breakout of the German and Hungarian forces from the encircled Buda during the final days of the battle of Budapest in February 1945 (pp. 13-30); Susan Glanz examines the platforms of the political parties that participated in Hungary's first post-war elections (pp. 31-45); Pál Ritz analyses the war-crimes trial of former Hungarian Prime Minister László Bárdossy (pp. 47-70); and N.F. Dreisziger provides commentary on Bárdossy's interrogation by American military intelligence officials in July 1945 (pp. 71-89). In Part II of the volume, Pál Pilisi reviews French documents dealing with France's policy toward the Danubian Basin after W.W. I (pp. 91-110); Béla Bodo assesses a collection of comparative essays on the evolution of Budapest and New York (pp. 111-119); and S.B. Várdy writes about The Encyclopedia of Medieval Hungarian History (pp. 121-125).]

  3. DREISZIGER, N.F., ed.
    Regent Miklós Horthy, István Horthy and the Second World War. Introduction by N.F. Dreisziger. HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 23 nos 1-2 (Special Issue) (1996). 127 pp.
    [In this special volume Rita Péntek writes about the election of István Horthy as Vice-Regent of Hungary (pp. 17-28); Pál Pritz analyses the relationship of Miklós Horthy and Edmund Veesenmayer (pp. 29-42); N.F. Dreisziger provides a summary of Veesenmayer's testimony to American military intelligence officials in 1945 (pp. 46-65); Thomas Sakmyster comments on Miklós Horthy's letters written to Allied leaders after the war (pp. 67-79); and Mario Fenyo reviews T. Sakmyster's biography of Miklós Horthy. The volume also includes a paper by Sándor Agócs on labour movement in post-communist Hungary (pp. 93-108) and book reviews.]

  4. HARASZTI, Endre
    Hazámra emlékezve Kanadából: találkozások, beszélgetések [Remembering My Homeland from Canada: Interviews]. Budapest: Képíró Kiadó, 1998. 226 pp.
    [A collection of articles, interviews, essays; published post-humously.]

  5. TURCHÁNYI, Sándor
    A középszer dicsérete [In Praise of Mediocrity]. Toronto: The Author, 1996. 44 pp.
    [A collection of essays relating to political life in Hungary between 1982 and 1986. Many of the papers were originally published in the Toronto-based Hungarian Life, a weekly newspaper.]


  1. AGÓCS, Sándor
    "The Social Opposition: Labour in Post-Communist Hungary." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 23 no 2 (1996): 93-108.
    [The author provides an analysis of the labour movement in post-communist Hungary from 1990 to 1994, drawing on a full range of Hungarian sources: on newspaper reports and commentaries, on interviews with union leaders, activists and social scientists.]

    "Az atlanti demokráciák és a 'Szabad Magyarországért' mozgalmak a II. világháború alatt" [The Atlantic Democracies and the 'Movement for a Free Hungary' During World War II]. TÁROGATÓ 22 nos 9, 10 and 11 (1995): 30-31, 52-53, 38-39, respectively.
    [Describes the activities of the various factions of émigré Hungarian organizations in the U.S.A., Great Britain and Canada. Politicians discussed are Tibor Eckhardt, János Pelényi, Mihály Károlyi, Oscar Jászi, Béla Lugosi and many others.]

    "A Dove? A Hawk? Perhaps a Sparrow: Bárdossy Defends His Wartime Record Before the Americans, July 1945." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 22 no 1 (1995): 71-89.
    [An introduction to and the the transcripts of wartime Hungary's Prime Minister László Bárdossy's interrogation by the officials of the German Intelligence Section of the 7th American Army. The document was originally produced by George Freimark and Irving M. Rowe.]

    "Edmund Veesenmayer on Horthy and Hungary: An American Intelligence Report." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 23 (1996): 43-46.
    [A study on Veesenmayer's testimony to American military intelligence officials in 1945. Part II of the Interrogation Report on Veesenmayer and Hungary is given on pages 47-65. Specifics on such topics as Veesenmayer's Mission to Budapest, 1943; Horthy's Visit with Hitler, March 1944; The German Legation in Budapest; the Sztójai Government; The "Jewish Problem" in Hungary; The Lakatos Government; The Abduction of the Regent, Oct. 15, 1944; The Szálasi Government.]

    "General Géza Lakatos: The Forgotten Prime Minister of Hungary." TÁROGATÓ 24 no 10 (1977): 42-43.
    [A study of Lakatos' career and his role in Miklós Horthy's illfated attempt to get Hungary out of the war. The paper was written on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of Lakatos' death.]

    "Hungary in 1945: An Introduction." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 22 no 1 (1995): 5-11.
    [In this introductory essay to Hungary Fifty Years Ago, being a special issue of HSR, the author provides a summary of the political and economic life of Hungary following the "liberation" of that country by the enormous military machine of the Soviet Red Army.]

    "John F. Montgomery and the Image of Hungarians in Wartime North-America." TÁROGATÓ 23 no 5 (1996): 39-40.
    [Hungary did not have a favourable image among Western leaders from 1910 to 1956. Exceptions to this generalization included U.S. President F.D. Roosevelt and J.F. Montgomery, the American minister to Hungary between 1933 and 1941. The author reviews Montgomery's book: Hungary, the Unwilling Satellite, first published in 1947, which paints a sympathetic picture of interwar Hungary.]

    "Miklós Horthy and the Second World War: Some Historiographical Perspectives." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 23 1-2 (1996): 5-16.
    [An historiographical essay on Miklós and István Horthy, written as an introduction to a special volume on Regent Miklós Horthy and Vice-Regent István Horthy.]

    Review of Tibor Glant's article: "Roosevelt, Apponyi és a Habsburg Monarchia" [Roosevelt, Apponyi and the Habsburg Monarchy], Századok 131 (1997), pp. 1386-1401.
    HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 24 nos 1-2 (1997): 124-125.

    "The Yeltsin File: Secret Soviet Documents on Hungary, 1956-58." TÁROGATÓ 24 no 2 (1997): 50-51.
    [The Yeltsin File covers the period from April 1956 to June 1958. The documents deal with the gestation and the outbreak of the Hungarian Revolution and ends with the execution of Imre Nagy, and includes transcripts of the decisions of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the U.S.S.R., as well as the Party's Presidium.]

  11. FENYO, Mario D.
    "The Admiral on Horseback: A New Biography of Miklós Horthy." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 23 no 1 (1996): 81-84.
    [A review article of Thomas Sakmyster's Hungary's Admiral on Horseback, 1918-1944.]

  12. "Few Communist Bosses Faced Retribution." GLOBE AND MAIL (Aug. 26, 1997): A10.
    [Provides a guide to the fate of Europe's communist leaders since the collapse of the Iron Curtain.]

  13. GALÁNTAI, József
    "Trianon and the Protection of Minorities." INTERNATIONAL HISTORY REVIEW 16 no 1 (1994): 171-173.
    [Book review.]

  14. GATES-COON, Rebecca
    "Landed Estates of the Esterhazy Princes: Hungary During the Reform of Maria Theresa and Joseph II." CANADIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY 32 no 2 (1997): 253-254.
    [Book review.]

  15. HARASZTI, Endre
    "Magyar huszárok 1848-ban és 1867 után" [Hungarian Hussars in 1848 and After 1867]. TÁROGATÓ 22 no 3 (1995): 12-13. illus.
    [These excerpts from a longer essay tell the story of the Magyar Hussars.]

  16. "Hungarians Ponder Ethnic Riddle." MONTREAL GAZETTE (Feb. 8, 1995): A1, A10.
    [Hungarians are looking to northwestern China for their origins.]

  17. "Hungarians Questioning West's Role in 1956." MONTREAL GAZETTE (Sept. 28, 1996): G8.
    [This article raises the question: did the West spur the Hungarian revolt and make promises of assistance that were never kept.]

  18. "Hungary: Gloomy Celebrants." ECONOMIST 340 no 7979 (1996): 41f.
    [Describes the low-key celebrations of Hungarians on the occasion of the founding of their nation in 1,100 years ago.]

  19. KISZELY, István
    "Őstörténeti mozaikok" [Mosaiques of Hungarian Ancient History]. TÁROGATÓ 23 no 9 (1996): 30-31.
    [Describes the origin and history of the Magyar peoples from 1,000 B.C., throughout the centuries as revealed by runic (script) writing found on objects belonging to families and persons.]

  20. KOSSUTH, Éva
    "Hol, mikor és kinek készült Szent István koronája?" [Where, When and for Whoever Was the Royal Crown of St. Stephen Made?] TÁROGATÓ 24 nos 10-11 (1997): 39-41, and 14-17, respectively. illus.
    [Describes the origin, the history and the artistic structure of the Holy Crown of Hungary, based on testimonials of goldsmiths and other experts.]

  21. KOSSUTH, Éva
    "Hovatovább, nyelvtudomány?" [Where to, Philology?]. TÁROGATÓ 24 no 9 (1997): 22-23.
    [A review of Keleten kél a nap (The Sun Rises in the East), by László Göntz, a book relating to the ancient history of Asia-Minor, Syria, Palestine and Northern-Mesopotamia, with emphasis upon their ethnological and linguistic significance.]

  22. KOSSUTH, Éva
    "Hunor és Magor" [Hunor and Magor]. TÁROGATÓ 23 no 4 (1996): 23-25. illus.
    [Refuting the traditionally accepted Finno-Ugric concept held by historians and other experts in Hungary, the author supports the theory that Hungarians, based on historical legends and archeological sources, belong to the Scythian-Hunnish group as indicated by the prevailing Mesopotamian influences.]

  23. KOSSUTH, Éva
    "A Kárpátoktól le az Al-Dunáig" [From the Carpathians to the Lower-Danube]. TÁROGATÓ 23 nos 6-7 (1996): 24-26. illus.
    [Describes the conquest by the Hungarians of the territory what's known today as Hungary.]

  24. KOSSUTH, Éva
    "Verecke híres útján..." ["Along Verecke's Famous Highway..."] TÁROGATÓ 23 no 4 (1996): 32-35. map.
    [Describes the events preceding and following the Hungarian settlement of the Carpathian-basin in 896.]

  25. KOVRIG, Bennett
    "Marginality Reinforced." In Legacies of Communism in Eastern Europe, eds. Zoltán Bárány and Iván Völgyes. (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1997) pp. 23-41.

    "Az átok" [The Curse]. TÁROGATÓ 24 no 8 (1997): 36-37. photos.
    [Based on the memoirs of Princess Stephanie of Belgium, the author describes the unhappy marriage of the Princess to Prince Rudolf Habsburg. Following the Prince's suicide, Stephanie married Elemér Lónyay, a Hungarian aristocrat.]

  27. LANGENBACHER, Eric Anton
    "Eastern-Europe in Historical Post-Communist Perspectives." M.A. Thesis. University of Toronto, 1996.
    [Examines the application of core-peripheral analysis to Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic.]

  28. LENARCIC, David A.
    "Remembering History." CANADIAN DEFENCE QUARTERLY 25 no 1 (1996): 26-31.
    [Describes the Suez crisis and the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 from a Canadian perspective.]

  29. MISKA, János
    "Forradalmunk a világsajtóban" [The 1956 Revolution Through the World Press]. TÁROGATÓ 22 no 10 (1994): 5-6.
    [A summary of the interpretation of the October Revolution through Le Monde, Pravda, Trybuna Ludu, Rude Pravo, Dagens Nyheter, Borba, Al Ahram, Jen-Min-Jih-Pao, and the New York Times.]

  30. MISKA, János
    "Lehettek volna jobb napjaink is: 40 éves forradalmi megemlékezés" [We Could Have Had Better Days: 40th Commemoration of the 1956 Revolution.] TÁROGATÓ 23 no 11 (1996): 7-9. photos.
    [Based on his presentation at the Vancouver Hungarian Cultural Centre, the author places the emphasis upon the survivors of the uprising and those who brought honour to Hungarians.]

  31. MISKA, János
    "Trianon a kortárs magyar szépprózában" [Trianon as Revealed by Contemporary Hungarian Authors]. TÁROGATÓ 25 nos 6-7 (1998): 12-13.
    [Includes excerpts from the writings on the subject of Endre Ady, Mihály Babits, Dezső Kosztolányi, Károly Kós, Frigyes Karinthy, and Zsigmond Móricz.]

  32. NÓGRÁDY, Mihály
    "Secundus Ingressus Hungarorum Pannoniam (A magyarok második bemenetele Pannoniába)" [Secundus Ingressus Hungarorum Pannoniam: The Second Settlement of Hungarians in Pannonia]. TÁROGATÓ 23 no 5 (1996): 35-37.
    [The author points out the fact that the English translation of the Hungarian term honfoglalás in reality should be settlement and not conquest. He also elaborates on the possibility of Hungarians being indigenous to the area referred to as Historical Hungary as it existed before World War I. The migration theory from the Ural Mountains is not substantiated by historical algorithm.]

  33. PÉNTEK, Rita
    "István Horthy's Election as Vice-Regent in 1942." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 23 nos 1-2 (1996): 17-28.
    [An assay on the circumstances and consequences of the election of István Horthy as Hungary's Vice-Regent.]

  34. PILISI, Paul
    "La France et la bassin des Carpathes aprés la Premiere Guerre mondiale." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 22 nos 1-2 (1995): 91-110.
    [A review paper on Documents diplomatiques francçais sur l'histoire du bassin des Carpathes 1918-1932. Vol. 1, octobre 1918- aout 1919, sous la direction de M. Ádám, Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1993. 864 pp.]

  35. PRITZ, Pál
    "Miklós Horthy and Edmund Veesenmayer: Hungarian-German Relations After March 1944." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 23 no 1 (1966): 29-42.
    [An analysis of the relationship of Horthy and Veesenmayer.]

  36. PRITZ, Pál
    "War-crimes Trial Hungarian Style? Prime Minister László Bárdossy Before the People's Tribunal, 1945." Translated from Magyar by Dániel Székely. HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 22 no 1 (1995): 47-70.
    [A comprehensive account of the trial of former Prime Minister Bárdossy by the Magyar Népbíróság.]

  37. SAKMYSTER, Thomas
    "Miklós Horthy and the Allies, 1945-1946: Two Documents." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 23 no 1 (1996): 67-79.
    [An outline of the author's comments on Miklós Horthy's two letters written to the Allied leaders, President Harry Truman and Ernest Bevin.]

  38. SCHINDLER, John Richard
    "The Hopeless Struggle." Ph.D. Thesis. McMaster University, 1996.
    [Concerning the Austro-Hungarian army waging war in 1914-1918.]

  39. SONDHAUS, Lawrence
    "Naval Policy of Austria-Hungary, 1867-1918: Navalism, Industrial Development, and the Politics of Dualism." INTERNATIONAL HISTORY REVIEW 18 no 2 (1996): 417-418.
    [Book review.]

  40. SZEITZ, András
    "A magyar szent korona" [The Hungarian Holy Crown]. TÁROGATÓ 22 no 8 (1995): 17-20. illus.
    [A discription of the history and the composition of St. Stephen's Royal Crown regarded by most Hungarians as Holy.]

  41. SZEITZ, András
    "II. István és II. (Vak) Béla" [Stephen II and Béla II]. TÁROGATÓ 22 no 2 (1995): 32-34. illus.
    [Describes the reign of two Hungarian kings, II. István and Béla II, of the Árpád-Dynasty.]

  42. SZEITZ, András
    "IV. Béla" [Béla IV]. TÁROGATÓ 22 no 11 (1995): 32-34. illus.
    [An essay on King Béla IV, who reined from 1235 to 1270.]

  43. SZEITZ, András
    "Szent László" [St. Ladislaus the King]. TÁROGATÓ 22 no 10 (1994): 42-44. illus.
    [Relates to St. Ladislaus, king of Hungary, 1077-1097.]

  44. TŐGEL, Gyula
    "Budapest ostroma, 1944-45" [The Battle of Budapest, 1944-45]. TÁROGATÓ 22 no 2 (1995): 30-31.
    [Describes the battle of Buda defended by the German and Hungarian forces against the Red Army. The author's father died in the battle.]

  45. UNGVÁRY, Krisztián
    "The 'Second Stalingrad': The Destruction of Axis Forces at Budapest (February 1945)." Translated from the Hungarian by Sean Lumbert. HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 22 no 1 (1995): 13-30.
    [Describes the disastrous break-out attempt of the German and Hungarian forces from the encircled Buda during the final days of the battle of Budapest in 1945. Emphasis is placed on the strategic situation, antecedents to the breakthrough attempt, the German and Hungarian forces defending Budapest, the operational plan, the passage through Ördögárok, the fate of the troups and those who stayed behind.]

  46. VÁRDY, S.B.
    "The American Adventures of Hungary's Holy Crown." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 24 nos 1-2 (1997): 103-108.
    [A review of Tibor Glant's A Szent Korona amerikai kalandjai, 1945-1978 (Debrecen: Kossuth Egyetemi Kiadó, 1997).]

  47. VÁRDY, S.B.
    "The Trianon Syndrome in Today's Hungary. HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 24 nos 1-2 (1997): 73-80.
    [A discussion of the evolution of Hungarian public attitudes to the 1920 Treaty of Trianon since the collapse of Communism in 1989.]

  48. VÁRDY, S. B.
    "An Encyclopedia of Medieval Hungarian History: The Achievement of the 'Szeged School' of Medieval Hungarian Historical Studies." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 22 no 2 (1995): 121-125.
    [A review of Korai Magyar Történeti Lexikon (9-14. század), Gyula Kristó, ed., published by Hungary's Akadémiai Kiadó in 1994. 755 pp.]

  49. VARGA, László
    "Az elhallgatott forradalom" [The Hushed-up Revolution]. TÁROGATÓ 24 no 4 (1997): 44-45.
    [László Varga is a Member of the Parliament of the Hungarian Republic. In this paper he finds it ironical the way the commemoration of the 1956 Revolution has been hushed up by the nation's media in 1996.]

  50. VEKERDI, József
    Review of János Makkai: A magyarság keltezése [The Dating of Hungarians]. Szolnok, 1994. HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 24 nos 1-2 (1997): 16-17.


  1. "Back to the Future..." U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT 116 no 20 (1994): 40-43.
    [The author maintains that the 1994 elections were opening the door to a communist political comeback.]

  2. "Capitalism with an Inhuman Face." NEW MARITIMES 12 no 6 (1994): 32-35.
    [Introduces Eastern Europe's 'New Left-wing' politicians.]

  3. GLANZ, Susan
    "Economic Platforms of the Various Political Parties in the Hungarian Elections of 1945." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 22 no 1 (1995): 31-45.
    [Examines the platforms of the political parties: the Smallholders' Party, the Social Democratic Party, the National Peasant Party, etc.]

  4. "Hungary... in Economic Stew." TIME (Can. ed.) 143 no 21 (1994): 23.
    [According to the paper, Hungarians seem poised to vote former Communists back to power.]

  5. "Hungary: Knifeman Knifed." ECONOMIST 338 no 7954 (1996): 57-58.
    [Announces the resignation of Finance Minister Lajos Bokros.]

  6. "Is Central Europe, Along with Hungary, Turning Right?" ECONOMIST 347 no 8070 (1998): 4950. illus., tables, graph.
    [According to the article, it is too simple to say that Central Europe is going the same way, to the right.]

  7. O'NEAL, Patrick H.
    "Hungary's Hasitant Transition." CURRENT HISTORY (U.S.) 95 no 593 (1996): 135-139.
    [Six years after the collapse of the communist regime, the space and depth of the Hungarian transition to democracy and market economy are much less than had been anticipated. Nevertheless, this task remains on course, despite fits and starts.]

  8. "Power, Popularity and the Presidency." ECONOMIST 336 no 792 (1995): 42.
    [Describes the political leaders of post-communist Eastern Europe.]

  9. "A Reasonable Way to Repeal History." U.S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT 117 no 20 (1994): 70-71.
    [The paper expresses the optimism that Hungary and Roumania may provide a model for avoiding future ethnic nightmares.]

  10. STIRLING, György
    "Horn Gyula Amerikában" [Gyula Horn in the United States: A Triumph or Failure?]. TÁROGATÓ 22 no 8 (1995): 41.
    [Describes Prime Minister Horn's official visit to the U.S.A.]


  1. DRASKOVICS, Tibor
    "Canada a Model for Hungarian Deficit-fighter." GLOBE AND MAIL (Feb. 14, 1997): A6.
    [Ottawa's record on economic issues impresses top financial expert.]

  2. FRÉDÉRIC, Tomesco
    "Le Dur apprentissage du capitalisme." REVUE COMMERCE 96 no 7 (1994): 43-47. illus., carte.
    [La Hongroie poursuit sans mal, son ouverture sur le monde.]

  3. HONORE, Carl
    "Hungary's Fading Hopes." WORLD PRESS REVIEW 43 no 12 (1996): 39.
    [Economic prosperity has been confined to urban centres and has not relieved the problems of inflation and unemployment.]

  4. "Hungarian City Courts Calgary." CLIPS CH (Sept. 22, 1995): D8.
    [Szolnok is Calgary's new trading partner.]

  5. "Hungary. G.D.P." ECONOMIST 344 no 8026 (1997): 92. [Provides GDP, consumer prices, unemployment figures, balance payments, based on 1992 data; also 1998 forecasts.]

  6. "Hungary for Knowledge." HALIFAX CHRONICLE HERALD (Je. 14, 1994): C1, C2.
    [Hungarian businesspeople hone skills in Nova Scotia.]

  7. LEKICS, Valéria; TÓTH, Gergely
    "Bumpy Transition to a Green Market Economy." ECODECISION no 16 (1995): 70-72.
    [Green products are a tough sell in Hungary, but companies are learning how to move them, according to 1990 Gallup survey.]

  8. "Made in the U.S.A." GLOBE AND MAIL (Aug. 11, 1995): A9.
    [Buses made in Hungary penetrated the U.S. market by putting together vehicles that are 60% American (Ikarus).]

  9. "Magyar Malls." ECONOMIST 34 no 7991 (1996): 83. illus.
    [Hungary overcomes the problem of a shortage of shops with a spate of Western-style malls.]

  10. MARINOV, Marin
    "Foreign Direct Investment in Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia and Hungary." L.L.M. Thesis. McGill University, 1994.
    [A comparative study of the current legislation relating to financial invenstment in the three countries.]

  11. MILLER, Lowry
    "Hungary Gets the Message: Reform or Else." BUSINESS WEEK no 3420 (Apr. 17, 1995): 61. illus.
    [Hungarian economy is in need of drastic reform.]

  12. MILLER, Lowry
    "After Painful Austerity, a Solid Recovery." BUSINESS WEEK no 3550 (1997): 40.
    [Hungarian economy shows slow but solid recovery.]

  13. NADLER, John
    "Double Agent." CANADIAN BUSINESS 68 no 1 (1995): 37-40.
    [Hungary can also be the entry point to the effluent economics of the West, as well as to Eastern Europe's markets.]

  14. "No Moving Money in Hungary." GLOBE AND MAIL (Aug. 3, 1995): A12.
    [Wealthy entrepreneurs and investors are settling for redecorating in a country where "mortgage" is an untranslatable foreign word, housing squeeze has sent prices soaring and borrowing costs are at 33 %.]

  15. PICKEL, Andreas
    "Political Economy of Dual Transition." CANADIAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE 31 no 1 (1998): 186-188.
    [reviews D.A. Bartlett's Market Reform and Democratization in Hungary.]

  16. "Return to the Habsburgs: A Survey of Central Europe." ECONOMIST 337 no 7941 (1995): 1-28. (Special Section.)

  17. SMART, T.R.
    "Putting Hungarian High Tech on the Map." BUSINESS WEEK no 3440 (1995): 107.

  18. SZAMOSI, Leslie Thomas
    "Eastern Europe and Product Country Images." M.M.Sc. Thesis. Carleton University, 1996.
    [Examines the Canadian, American, Australian consumer preferences among Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic.]

  19. "Will They Be Grateful?" ECONOMIST 347 no 8068 (1998): 2, 55. tables, graph.
    [Hungary is the most successful of Europe's post-communist countries. That doesn't mean that its government or Prime Minister is sure to survive.]


  1. DRUCKER, Jeremy
    "Westward 'Ho', Says Hungary." U.S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT 123 no 21 (1997): 47.
    [Describes Hungary's determination to prepare the way to join the European Union and emulate Western European political and economic systems.]

  2. GAZSI GILL, Sylvia
    "Information Embassy for Canada" (Canada Centre for the Nádasdy Academy).] FELICITER 42 no 2 (1996): 15, 18. illus.
    [The Canada Centre of the Nádasdy Academy is combining the state-of-the-art technology to disseminate information about Canada's history, peoples, environment and culture. It is held in a romantic building of 75,000 sq. ft. The Nádasdy Foundation is located in Ottawa.]

  3. "Germany's Eastward Urge." ECONOMIST 342 no 8008 (1997): 49-50.
    [Germany has immense influence in Central Europe, but does it have the will to pull the three front-runners (Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic) rapidly into the E.U. as well as NATO?]

  4. GRANVILLE, Johanna
    "The Soviet-Yugoslav Detente, Belgrade-Budapest Relations, and the Hungarian Revolution (1955-56)." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 24 nos 1-2 (1997): 15-64.
    [A detailed account - based on newly released Soviet and Yugoslav documents - of Hungarian-Yugoslav relations from the onset of the Yugoslav-Soviet detente to the abduction of Imre Nagy and his associates from the Yugoslav Embassy in Budapest by the Soviets in the wake of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution.]

  5. "Hungarian Doubt." ECONOMIST 345 no 8043 (1997): 54.
    [Hungary's government fearful of a low referendum turnout, stresses the benefits of NATO membership.]

  6. KOVRIG, Bennett
    "Hungary and the Victor Powers." THE INTERNATIONAL HISTORY REVIEW 19 no 2 (1997): 436-437.
    [A review of Eric Roman: Hungary and the Victor Powers, 1945-1950, published by St. Martin's Press, 1996. Describes Hungary's political, economic and foreign relations based on new archival material.]

  7. MAGYARÓDY, Szabolcs
    "Magyarország lehetőségei - Ahogy azt egy nyugati magyar látja" [The Potentialities of Hungary - As Seen by a Hungarian Residing in the Western World]. TÁROGATÓ 24 no 11 (1997): 40-41.
    [Discusses Hungary's relations with its neighbours; Gyula Horn's history-making admission that Hungary has no territorial claims against Ukraine, Slovakia and Rumania; and the response to this of Hungarian émigré organizations throughout the West.]

    "Magyarország és az Európa Unió kapcsolata" [The Relations of Hungary with the European Union]. TÁROGATÓ 24 no 2 (1997): 37.
    [Discusses Hungary's foreign relations with members of the European Union.]

  9. "NATO Enlargement: Take Three." ECONOMIST 339 no 7972 (1996): 47-48.
    [Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic are the likeliest new members of NATO.]

  10. "U.S. Rules Out Broad Expansion of NATO." GLOBE AND MAIL (Je. 13, 1997): A13.
    [Hungarians, Poles and Czechs get the nod from the Alliance's most powerful member.]

  11. VÁRDY, S.B.
    Review of Attila Paládi-Kovács: Ethnic Traditions, Classes and Communities in Hungary. Budapest, 1996. HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 24 nos 1-2 (1997): 122-123.


  1. CARYL, Christian
    "Very Long Arm of American Law: A Foreward Defence Against Organized Crime." U.S. NEWS WORLD REPORT 123 no 1 (1997): 49-50.
    [Describes the defence against organized crime in Hungary as the nation's police force is taking a course on law enforcement offered by U.S.-run International Law Enforcement Academy. It is a training school that opened its door in Budapest in 1995.]

  2. DOMOKOS, Sándor
    "Közbiztonság Magyarországon" [Public Safety in Hungary]. TÁROGATÓ 24 nos 6-7 (1997): 15.
    [During an extended visit to Hungary the author came to the conclusion that public safety in Hungary's large cities is not what might be expected.]

  3. GIARELLI, Andrew
    "Plowed on Pálinka." WORLD PRESS REVIEW 44 no 2 (1997): 24.
    [Potent fruit brandy is bewitching a growing number of Hungarians, who now rival Russians as the world's heaviest drinkers.]

  4. "Hospital in Hungary Attempts to Save Babies from Murder." MONTREAL GAZETTE (My 21, 1996): F8.
    [Story based on a report by the Ágost Schoepf-Mérei Hospital.]

  5. SHELBY, Barry
    "Blue-movie Capital." WORLD PRESS REVIEW 44 no 4 (1997): 34-35.
    [Budapest has become the thriving centre of Europe's sex industry.]

  6. "Struggling to Survive." MONTREAL GAZETTE (Apr. 22, 1993): A3.
    [In Hungary, where monthly pensions mean poverty, the elderly have become black marketeers.]

  7. "Unexpressionism." CANADIAN WOMAN STUDIES 16 no 1 (1995): 80-84.
    [Describes the challenges to the formation of women's groups in Hungary.]

  8. "Why Hungary is the 'Centre of the Porno World'?" MONTREAL GAZETTE (Jl 22, 1996): E8.
    [According to the article, lax laws and an abundance of actors contribute to the proliferation porno in Hungary.]


  1. "Anti-Jewish Campaign Raises Questions About Free-speech Law." MONTREAL GAZETTE (Mr. 26, 1994): G11.

  2. BARDÓCZ, Gergely
    [A Felvidék nem alkuszik meg!" [The Northern Uplands Does Not Give Up!]. TÁROGATÓ 25 no 1 (1998): 39-41.
    [Describes the discrimination suffered by Slovakia's Hungarian communities and their struggles against the oppressive Slovak authorities.]

  3. KOSTYA, Sándor
    "Nyelvi küzdelmek az elszakított Felvidéken" [The Struggles for Retaining Their Mother Tongue in the Northern Uplands]. TÁROGATÓ 22 no 1 (1995): 48-50.
    [Offers a chronological and statistical analysis of the oppression meted out by Slovakia to the Hungarian minority in that country.]

  4. MAGOCSI, Paul R.
    "The Hungarians in Transcarpathia." A KÁRPÁTALJAI MAGYAR TUDOMÁNYOS TÁRSASÁG KÖZLEMÉNYEI 2 (1992): 40-51.
    [It is an historical fact that Hungarians and the Ruthenians, the people who occupy the Transcarpathian region, now belonging to Ukrainie, have maintained peaceful relations throughout the centuries. The fact that today both are in a minority position has created even closer ties between the two nationalities.]

  5. McLELLAND, Joseph C.
    "Metzger's List." PRESBYTERIAN RECORD (November 1997): 14-16. photos.
    [This is a biographical paper pertaining to Rev. Frederick Metzger's religious and humanitarian accomplishments, which included the saving of countless Jewish families from Nazi deportations in Hungary, while working for the Good Sheppard Society there. In Canada, as an immigration officer, Rev. Metzger was involved in registering thousands of Hungarian refugees in Austria in the wake of the 1956 uprising.]

  6. RÓKA, Zsuzsanna
    "Victims No More." NEW INTERNATIONALIST 293 (Aug. 97): 5.
    [Singer Zsuzsanna Róka promotes fresh start for Gypsies in Hungary.]

  7. "Slovak Language Law Provokes Fears for Ethnic Minority." GLOBE AND MAIL (Dec. 6, 1995): A13.
    [Proposed legislation restricting the use of Hungarian in Slovakia is causing diplomatic row between Budapest and Bratislava.]

  8. TELCS, George
    "The Hungarian People of Transylvania." KALEJDOSZKÓP 1 no 1 (1998): 12-13.
    [A summary of the history of Transylvania and its Hungarian people.]


  1. BISZTRAY, George
    "Semmelweis as a Literary Hero." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 24 nos 1-2 (1997): 65-72.
    [The author examines the treatment of Semmelweis by playwrights in Norway, the United States and Hungary, as well as by a French novelist.]

  2. BISZTRAY, George
    "Two Hungarian Studies Journals: Hungarian Studies (Budapest and Bloomington, Indiana), and Rivista di studi ungheresi (Rome)." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 24 nos 1-2 (1997): 120-122.
    [A detained review of these two scholarly periodicals.]

  3. De KOVA, George
    "Csokonai Vitéz Mihály" [Mihály Csokonai Vitéz]. TÁROGATÓ 24 nos 6-7 (1997): 8.
    [A overview of the poetry of Csokonai Vitéz (1773-1805).]

  4. FÁY, István
    "Ceruzarajz Krúdy Gyuláról" [Sketches of Gyula Krúdy]. TÁROGATÓ 24 no 11 (1997): 26-27. port.
    [A critical appraisal of the novels of Gyula Krúdy (1878-1933).]

  5. FÁY, István
    "Vörösmarty Mihály." TÁROGATÓ 22 no 8 (1995): 27-29. [A homage to Hungary's laureate poet (1800-1855).]

  6. GARDINER, Eliza
    "Hungarian Drama in English Translation: A Bibliography." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 24 nos 1-2 (1997): 97-102. bibl.
    [A list of works available in the University of Toronto's Robarts Library. It is introduced by George Bisztray.]

  7. GARGYA, Imre
    "Hódolat Böszörménynek: Interjú Miska Jánossal" [Homage to Böszörmény: An Interview with János Miska]. SZABADHAJDÚ (Feb. 27, 1992): 2
    [Remembering Hajdúböszörmény, where Miska went to High School in 1949-1953. A shorter version of this interview has appeared in A Bocskai István Gimnázium Jubileumi évkönyve, 1621-1996, 1996, pp. 116-117.]

  8. JANKOVICS, József
    "Kulcs és iránytű: A 60 éves Ilia Mihály köszöntése" [A Key and Compass; Remembering Mihály Ilia on the Occasion of His 60th Birthday]. TÁROGATÓ 22 no 1 (1995): 28.
    [Homage to Mihály Ilia, Professor of Literary Studies at József Attila University, in Szeged. He was an editor of the periodical Tiszatáj, and has been an ardent supporter of Hungarian writers and scholars living abroad.]

  9. KERTI, Éva
    "Kaffka Margit (1880-1918)" [Margit Kaffka (1880-1918)]. TÁROGATÓ 25 nos 6-7 (1998): 14-15. photos.
    [An article about M. Kaffka, one of Hungary's most prominent female novelists and poets.]

  10. KOSSUTH, Éva
    "Debrecennek igaz leánya" [Debrecen's Devoted Daughter]. TÁROGATÓ 25 no 5 (1998): 13. photos.
    [An essay pertaining to the novels of Magda Szabó, an accomplished author of several novels. Éva Kossuth is a close relative of Szabó.]

  11. KOSSUTH, Éva
    "Kölcsey Ferenc, 1790-1838" [Ferenc Kölcsey, 1790-1838]. TÁROGATÓ 24 no 8 (1997): 19-21. illus., ports.
    [Describes the life and poetry of Ferenc Kölcsey, author of Hungary's national anthem.]

  12. KOVÁCS, Anikó
    "Radnóti Miklós (1904-1944) [Miklós Radnóti, (1904-1944)]. TÁROGATÓ 25 no 11 (1998): 40-41.
    [A critical appraisal of the life and poetry of Miklós Radnóti.]

    "Ráth-Végh István (1870-1959)" [István Ráth-Végh (1870-1959)]. TÁROGATÓ 23 no 4 (1996): 23-25. port.
    [István Ráth-Végh was a novelist and a renown publicist. Krisztinkovich is a niece of the author. Her paper is based on personal recollections.]

  14. MISKA, János
    "Fifty Years of Hungarian Populism." In his Többnyire magunkról (Victoria: Microform Biblios, 1996): pp. 104-128.
    [A study of the Hungarian Populist movement, a philosophical, sociological, political and a literary movement active between the 1930s and the 1950s. Areas covered are: Its origin and ideology; its historical background; its sociographic trends; and populist literature: poetry and prose, before and after World War II.]

  15. MISKA, János
    "Nincs béke az almafák alatt" [There Is No Peace Under the Apple Trees]. TÁROGATÓ 24 no 2 (1997): 31-32.
    [A review of Antal Végh's book of essays: Nincs béke az almafák alatt.]

  16. NÓGRÁDY, Mihály
    "Nem oda Buda" [Wherever, Buda]. TÁROGATÓ 23 no 11 (1996): 52-54.
    [A discussion of etymology of the word Buda. The author provides 25 references to support the theory that Buda is derived from the Sumerian bat 'bot, jogar' and denotes the head of state in antiquity. The Sumerian word is linked to the present-day symbol for the head of state, which is mistakenly called kettős kereszt, a cross with two cross-bars.]

  17. NÓGRÁDY, Mihály
    "Surnames Derived from Hungarian Ethnic Denominations." ONOMASTICA CANADIANA 76 no 1 (1994).
    [Wherever there are people of Hungarian background in today's world, the most distinctive of their surnames denote nationality. Some of them have several possible etymologies. This paper supports existing etymological theories and explores other possibilities, offering different solutions. The surnames Horváth, Kozák, Kun, Magyar, Oláh, Rácz, Szász, Székely, Török, Tóth are analysed.]

  18. NÓGRÁDY, Mihály
    "Traces of the Past: Sumerian Root Words in Hungarian Names". ONOMASTICA CANADIANA no 63 (1982)
    [A large number of Hungarian names cannot be explained within the boundaries set up by the Finno-Ugric hypothesis, but they correspond to Sumerian words. These names suggest that Sumerian and Finno-Ugric languages did not develop independently in antiquity and compliment rather than contradict each other.]

  19. RÁDICS, Károly
    "József Attila: 'Az ucca és a föld fia vagyok' " [Attila József: 'I'm the Son of the Streets and the Earth']. TÁROGATÓ 22 no 4 (1995): 16-17.
    [Describes the early years of Attila József, the poet (1905-1937).]

  20. RANDO, Gaetano
    "Italian Diaspora Literature and the Social Sphere: Some Theoretical Considerations." CANADIAN ETHNIC STUDIES 23 no 3 (1996): 95-99.
    [Reference is made to György Lukács, maintaining that 'objective ' reality and everyday events constantly influence the writer and that each art form functions in a determined context. The perspective of social realism enables the writer to see society and history for what they really are.]

  21. SEVERO de PAPP, Emőke
    Hungarian and Transylvanian Folktales. Translated and adapted by Emőke de Papp Severo. Ottawa: Borealis Press, 1997. 109 pp. port.
    [The Windsor, Ontario-born author collected 21 Hungarian folktales as told by her mother, and translated them into English. References with complete bibliographical data are provided.]

  22. TARAPCSÁK, Ilona
    "Változatok a magyar irodalomra" [Variation on Hungarian Literature]. TÁROGATÓ 25 no 1 (1998): 24-25.
    [Notes on a presentation given by Professor András Görömbei, of the University of Debrecen, on Hungarian literature in the Successor States.]

  23. TOTOSY de ZEPETNEK, Steven
    "Ethnicity and Center/Perifery: Cultural Identity in German and (East) Central Europe." In: Culture, Identity, Europe/Kultur, Identität, Europe, ed. Rien T. Segers. SPIEL 14 (1995): 38-49.
    [Discusses some aspects of the problematics of cultural homogeinity versus 'positive cultural diversity' and ethnicity in Germany and (East) Central Europe and particularly Hungary. Emphasis is placed on international diversity and ethnicity with reference to the large influx of immigrant population in Western Europe.]

  24. TOTOSY de ZEPETNEK, Steven "Factors of Cumulative Canon Formation: Examples in Canada and Hungary." In: The Systemic and Empirical Approach to Literature and Culture as Theory and Application, ed. Steven Totosy de Zepetnek and Irene Sywenky. (Edmonton: University of Alberta, 1997) pp. 333-340.
    [A study of the literary canon formation in Canada and Hungary. Reference is made to the works of Mihály Szegedy-Maszák, Peter Nádas, John Fraser, Robert Lecker, Katalin Szikora and others.]

  25. TOTOSY de ZEPETNEK, István
    "Hogyan tanulmányozza a magyar tudósvilág az irodalmat? Egy külföldi benyomásai" [The Way Scholars Examine Literature in Hungary. The Impressions of a Foreigner with Critical Observations]. ÉLET ÉS IRODALOM 40 no 15 (1996): 5.
    [The author maintains that literary historians in Hungary pay less attention to Hungarian literature abroad than it deserves.]

  26. TOTOSY de ZEPETNEK, Steven
    "Margit Kaffka and Dorothy Richardson: A Comparison." HUNGARIAN STUDIES 11 no 1 (1996): 77-95.
    [A comparative study of the Hungarian author Margit Kaffka and the British novelist Dorothy Richardson. Kaffka's evaluation is partly based on György Bodnár's A 'mese' lélekvándorlása, and Dorothy Richardson's on Gillian E. Hanscombe: The Art of Life: Dorothy Richardson and the Development of Feminist Conscienciousness.]

  27. TOTOSY de ZEPETNEK, István
    "Módszer és komparatisztika. Avagy újabb fejlemények az irodalomtörténetben" [Methodology and Comparative Literature: Recent Developments in Literary Theory]. ALFÖLD 47 no 7 (1996): 62-73.
    [Main areas covered: Systemic literary concepts; institutional literary theory; the link between systemic literary concepts and institutional literary theories; comparative literature.]

  28. TOTOSY de ZEPETNEK, Steven
    "Systemic Approaches to Literature - An Introduction with Selected Bibliographies." CANADIAN REVIEW OF COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 19 nos 1-2 (1992): 21-93.
    [Mentioned are George Bisztray, György Lukács and Steven Totosy.]


  1. ELLIOTT, Lawrence
    "Autre Mission du pere [Imre] Kozma." READER's DIGEST 98 no 586 (1996): 58-62.
    [Ce pretre hongrois milite en faveur de la solidarité entre les peuples.]

  2. FÁY, István
    "Vizsolyi Biblia" [The Bible of Vizsoly]. TÁROGATÓ 23 no 11 (1996): 40-41.
    [An essay on the historical Bible of St. Jerome's Vulgata, translated from Latin into Hungarian by Gáspár Károli.]

  3. "Hungarian Churches Concerned Over Social Decline." PRESBYTERIAN RECORD 121 no 5 (1997): 36.
    [Examines social conditions and religious institutions in Hungary.]

  4. "Hungarian Pastor Receives E.H. Johnson Award." PRESBYTERIAN RECORD 70 no 8 (1996): 33. port.
    [Rev. Dániel Szabó of Miskolc has been awarded the E.H. Johnson award. His activities as a missionary to East Europe (Russia and Ukraine) are described.]

  5. KNUDSEN, Valerie Maria
    "Homeland Revisited: An Ancient Faith Reclaims its Heritage." CATHOLIC NEW TIMES 21 no 11 (1997): 15.
    [Describes the revival of Roman Catholicism in Hungary.]

  6. KOVÁCS, András
    "A székely szombatosok" [Szekler Sabbatarians]. KALEJDOSZKÓP 1 no 6 (1998): 21-25.
    [Sabbatarianism originates from the 17th century in Transylvania. It is not a Christian nor a Jewish religion, but a special mixture of the two, expressing the century-old 'Szekler rights'. This paper, written in Hungarian and English, provides a history of the sect.]

    "Anabaptist Pottery: Cultural and Historical Background." In: The Potter's Art - Contributions to the Study of the Koerner Collection of European Ceramics, ed. Carol E. Mayer. (University of British Columbia, Museum of Anthropology, 1997).
    [The author describes the significance of the Anabaptist (Habanian) ceramics as displayed in UBC's Museum of Anthropology's Koerner Collection.]

    An Annotated Hutterite Bibliography. Ed. Peter C. Erb. Kitchener: Pandora Press, 1998.
    [A comprehensive bibliography of Anabaptist-Hut-terites and Habner-related sources and publications. Includes several codices.]

  9. SERESS, Edmund
    "Szabó Dániel: Daring to Be Daniel." PRESBYTERIAN RECORD 119 no 4 (1995): 37-38. port.
    [Describes Rev. Dániel Szabó's courageous missionary work in Ukraine and Russia, after having been released from political imprisonment.]

  10. SOMFAI, Béla
    "Jesuit Ethics Professor Reflects on His Native Hungary." CATHOLIC NEW TIMES 19 no 17 (1995): 13.
    [An interview with Rev. Béla Somfai.]


  1. "Bleak is Beautiful for Hungarian Film-makers." GLOBE AND MAIL (Sept. 15, 1995): D3.
    [Hungary's film directors are coming to terms with rules for creating art. Hungarian Rhapsodies program at the Toronto International Film Festival.]

  2. "Capitalism Goes Sour: Witness Redux." MONTREAL GAZETTE (Feb. 19, 1995): B5.
    [A film-maker depicts how post-communist euphoria turns to disillusion.]

  3. DANCS, Rózsa
    "Egy emberöltő Thália szolgálatában: Botka László, a sepsziszentgyörgyi színművész" [In the Service of Thalia Throughout a Lifetime: László Botka, an Actor of Sepsziszentgyörgy]. KALEJDOSZKÓP 1 no 2 (1998): 19-21.
    [Describes the career of László Botka as an actor in Transylvania.]

  4. DEVENYI, Jutka
    "The Theatrical Grotesque: An Aesthetic Tool for Interpreting History on the Hungarian Stages in the 1960's and 1970's." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 23 no 2 (1996): 85-92.
    [The author analyses the "theatre of the absurd" plays of István Örkény (Catsplay, The Tót Family, etc.).]

  5. HEGEDŰS, Györgyi
    "Pest az Pest" [Budapest Revisited]. TÁROGATÓ 22 no 4 (1995): 14-15.
    [A panoramic view of literary and cultural activities in Hungary, with emphasis upon the theatre. The author herself is an actress and stage director in Vancouver.]

  6. "Hungary Unveils Film Miracle." GLOBE AND MAIL (Feb. 9, 1996): C8.
    [This article pertains to Hungarian cultural affairs as revealed by the Hungarian Film Week in Toronto.]

  7. MADDEN, Normandy
    "Consortium Pushes for Hungary's First National Commercial Network." MARKETING 100 no 42 (1995): 7.
    [Describes Hungary's TV broadcasting policy.]

  8. MADDEN, Normandy
    "Hungarian Advertising Boosted by Private TV." MARKETING 102 no 32 (1997): 6.
    [Describes the prospects of TV production and programming in Hungary by obtaining financial support from the private sector.]

  9. MADDEN, Normandy
    "Hungarian Parliament Passes New Media Law." MARKETING 101 no 4 (1996): 5.
    [Examines Hungarian television laws and systems.]

  10. "Recycled Red Revolution." ECONOMIST 346 no 8056 (1998): 86.
    [A recording of revolutionary and proletarian songs of the Communist era is a hot seller in Hungary.]

  11. SMART, T.R.
    "Handsome TV Station - Going Once, Going Twice - on the Block." BUSINESS WEEK no 3477 (1996): 58.
    [Hungarian media properties - and fat ad revenues - boost Hungarian broadcasting.]

  12. ZALÁN, Magda
    "Magyar film és rendezője Torontóban" [Hungarian Film and its Producer in Toronto]. KALEJDOSZKÓP 1 no 4 (1998): 26.
    [A review of Sándor Simó's film: Franciska's Sundays, shown at the University of Toronto, April 1998.]


  1. BODO, Béla
    "Budapest and New York Compared." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 22 no 2 (1995): 111-119.
    [A review of Budapest and New York: Studies in Metropolitan Transformation, 1870-1930, ed. Thomas Bender and Carl E. Schorske. New York, Russell Sage Foundation, 1994. The collection contains essays by American and Hungarian historians and art historians.]

    "Émigré artists and Wartime Politics, 1939-45." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 21 nos 1-2 (1994): 43-75.
    [An attempt to clarify some aspects of the political activities of émigré Hungarian artists, including Béla Bartók, László Moholy-Nagy and Béla Lugosi. Also includes documents such as the American Intelligence Report on the Hungarian-American Council for Democracy, memorandum digest of the U.S. Office of Censorship.]

    "Mutual Images and Stereotypes: The United States and Hungary." HUNGARIAN STUDIES REVIEW 23 no 2 (1996): 109-116.
    [A review article of four writings: Géza Závodszky: American Effects on Hungarian Imagination and Political Thought; Piotr Wandycz: "Western Images and Stereotypes of Central and Eastern Europe"; László Marácz: "Western Images and Stereotypes of the Magyars"; and John F. Montgomery: Hungary, the Unwilling Satellite. (On this book, see # 17).]

  4. DUHAMEL, Alain
    "ADM." LES AFFAIRES 69 no 18 (1997): 11.
    [Aéroports de Montréal International s associe a' un consortium un aéroport en Hongroie.]

    "Hungary Dips Into Its Dinner and Its Grave." FINANCIAL POST 10 no 44 (Nov. 1997): 33.
    [Describes the diet regime as the cause of diseases in Hungary.]

  6. KINGSTONE, Barbara
    "Romantic Budapest: Where East Meets West." FINANCIAL POST 89 no 23 (Je. 10, 1995): 31. illus.
    [A description of contemporary Budapest.]

  7. KOSSUTH, Éva
    "Torma Zsófia, a magyar összehasonlító régészet úttörője (1840-1899)" [Zsófia Torma, a Pioneer of Hungarian Comparative Archeology (1840-1899)]. TÁROGATÓ 25 no 5 (1998): 29-31. illus., photos.
    [Zsófia Torma's excavations in Transylvania and elsewhere resulted in the discovery of large collections of clay dishes of Mesopotamian (Sumerian) origin. She had published on the subject extensively in West-European periodicals.]

  8. LIPTÁK, Béla
    "Kérelem a Magyar Országgyűlés tagjaihoz" [An Appeal to the Members of the Hungarian Parliament]. TÁROGATÓ 24 no 8 (1997): 45.
    [The proposed dam built on the Danube would have devastating affects on the environment. The author appeals to the members of the Hungarian Parliament to block its construction.]

  9. MISKA, János
    "Könyvtári szakember Kanadában" [A Library Specialist of Budapest Visiting in Canada]. TÁROGATÓ 22 no 11 (1995): 20.
    [An interview with Dr. Ilona Kovács, a librarian and administrator at the National Széchényi Library, in charge of the Hungarology Abroad Department. She was visiting libraries in British Columbia.]

  10. MISKA, János
    "Nyugdíjazás, hazai módra" [Enforced Retirement of a Librarian]. TÁROGATÓ 22 no 5 (1995): 26-27.
    [Describes the hasty dismissal for political reasons of senior librarian József Vekerdi from the National Széchényi Library.]

  11. N. KÓSA, Judit
    "Új köntösben Mátyás király palotája" [King Matthias' Castle Renovated]. TÁROGATÓ 25 no 5 (1998): 50-51. photos.
    [Describes the renovation process of the Royal Castle of Hungary.]

  12. PEARCE, Fred
    "Hungary's Spas in Hot Water." NEW SCIENTIST 144 no 1955 (1994): 22-25. illus.

  13. SZIKLAI, Oszkár
    "Forest Tending in Hungary." FORESTRY CHRONICLE 70 no 3 (1994): 279-281.
    [A summary of Hungary's forest practices over the years.]


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