Correspondence, reports, diplomatic dispatches, military and historical studies, clippings, and printed matter, relating to
Hungarian history, politics, and government, the Danube Valley, the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, World War II military campaigns,
world politics, Palestinian history, and Jewish-Arab relations.
Hungarian attorney, statesman, diplomat, and journalist; chief, Historical Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; editor,
Budapesti Hirlap; member, Secretariat, League of Nations, 1931-1940.
5 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box
(2.4 Linear Feet)
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