Register of the Ferenc Marosy papers

Finding aid prepared by Adorjan I. de Galffy
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Title: Ferenc Marosy papers
Date (inclusive): 1948-1981
Collection Number: 79042
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Language of Material: Mainly in Hungarian
Physical Description: 2 manuscript boxes (0.8 Linear Feet)
Abstract: Correspondence, reports, speeches and writings, and clippings, relating to anti-communist Hungarian emigre activities, Hungarians in Spain, and political conditions in Spain.
Creator: Marosy, Ferenc, 1893-1986
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Library & Archives

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Use

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Immediate Source of Acquisition

Aquired by the Hoover Institution Library & Archives in 1979.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Ferenc Marosy Papers, [Box no., Folder no. or title], Hoover Institution Library & Archives.

General note

(Francis Mengele de Maros-Solymos before 1936)
also known as Francis de Marosy
1893 June 30 born Szeged, Hungary
1911-1915 attended the University of Budapest (Péter Pázmány University).
1915-1918 Lieutenant, Austro-Hungarian Armed Forces, Artillery.
1919 Diplomatic Attache, Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Budapest.
1924-1926 Secretary, Hungarian Legation, Bucharest, Romania.
1929 Author of A Népszövetség jogi és politikai rendszere. (Legal and political system of the League of Nations), Budapest, Franklin, 1929
1930-1932 Secretary and Charge d'Affaires, Hungarian Legation, Madrid, Spain.
1933-1936 Press Chief, Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Budapest.
1936 Membership awarded in the Hungarian "Vitéz Order" and changed his last name from "Mengele" to "Marosy."
1937-1939 Councillor and Charge d'Affaires, Hungarian Legation, London, England.
1939-1940 Consul General, Hungarian Consulate, Prague, Czecho-Slovakia.
1941 Charge d'Affaires, Hungarian Legation, Cairo, Egypt.
1941-1943 Minister Plenipotentiary, Hungarian Legation, Zagreb, Croatia.
1944 May Minister Plenipotentiary, Hungarian Legation, Helsinki, Finland.
1944 October Dissident and exiled in Stockholm, Sweden.
1946-1948 Exiled in Madrid, Spain.
1949-1969 Representative of Hungarian National Council, New York, N.Y., semiofficially accredited as Free Hungarian Minister, Hungarian Legation, Madrid, Spain.
1969-1979 Delegate of European Free Hungarian Congress, Madrid, Spain.

Scope and Content of Collection

Correspondence, reports, speeches and writings, and clippings, relating to anti-communist Hungarian emigre activities, Hungarians in Spain, and political conditions in Spain.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Anti-communist movements
Hungarians -- Spain
Spain -- Politics and government -- 1939-1975

 

CORRESPONDENCE 1948-1967

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.
box 1

Artajo, Albert Martin (Madrid, Spain) 1955

 

Bessenyey, Gyoergy, Baron (New York, N.Y.). 1948-1958

 

Castiella, Don Fernando Maria de (Madrid, Spain) November 23, 1958

 

Eckhárdt, Tibor (New York, N.Y.) August 21, 1957

 

Hammarskjold, Dag (New York, N.Y.) December 22, 1960

 

Hory, András (Wien, Austria) May 3, 1963

 

Hungarian Committee (New York, N.Y.), (8 letters) (1 letter) 1953 1966

 

Ku Cheng-kang (Madrid, Spain) February 1957

General Physical Description note: (2 letters)
 

Lodge, John David (Madrid, Spain) 1960-1961

General Physical Description note: (2 letters)
 

Macartney, C.A. (Edingburgh, Scottland) January 1959

 

Mindszenty, József, Cardinal (Madrid, Spain) April 1, 1967

General Physical Description note: (2 letters)
 

Navarro, Don Carlos Arias (Madrid, Spain) April 1, 1960

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS 1954.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by title.
box 1

"A középeurópai ujjáépités elvi alapjai," (Basic principles of the Central European reconstruction), radio speech, Radio Madrid, Tudósító (Reporter), 196 sz. Printed copy. June 25, 1954,

 

"The Madrid Hungarian Legation and her services to the cause of Liberation," carbon copy typescript n.d.

 

"La solidarité européenne mise a l'epreuve. Politique de principes ou politique de réalités?" carbon copy typescript n.d.

 

REPORTS 1948-1969

Scope and Contents

Political reports to Magyar Nemzeti Bizottmány (Hungarian National Committee), and to Free Europe Committee; Quarterly political reports to H.R.H. Otto von Habsburg and to Europai Szabad Magyar Kongresszus (European Free Hungarian Congress), arranged chronologically.
box 1

Hungary. Követség (Legation, Spain). Political reports to Magyar Nemzeti Bizottmány (Hungarian National Committee, New York, N.Y.) 1948-1958

 

Hungary. Követség (Legation, Spain). Political reports to Free Europe Committee 1955-1960.

 

Hungary. Követség (Legation, Spain). Quarterly political reports to H.R.H. Otto von Habsburg, and Europai Szabad Magyar Kongresszus (European Free Hungarian Congress) 1959-1969.