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Britain and Hungary in the post-war years, 1945-51

EМЃva Haraszti-Taylor

Britain and Hungary in the post-war years, 1945-51

a parallel history in narrative and documents

by EМЃva Haraszti-Taylor

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Published by É. Haraszti-Taylor in association with Astra Press in Nottingham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain. -- Foreign Office -- Records and correspondence,
  • Great Britain -- History -- George VI, 1936-1952,
  • Hungary -- History -- 1945-1989,
  • Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Hungary -- Sources,
  • Hungary -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain -- Sources,
  • Europe -- History -- 1945-,
  • Great Britain -- History -- George VI, 1936-1952 -- Sources,
  • Hungary -- History -- 1945-1989 -- Sources,
  • Europe -- History -- 1945- -- Sources

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (v. 1, p. [145]-155).

    Other titlesBritain & Hungary, 1945-51
    StatementÉva Haraszti-Taylor ; [translated by H. Szamuelly].
    GenreSources.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA588 .H269 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16892584M
    ISBN 100946134588, 0946134588, 094613460X
    ISBN 109780946134588, 9780946134601
    LC Control Number2008396191

    Jan 01,  · For those in Britain who were already concerned about the shape that the post-war world was taking and who believed that the moral dividend from the victory over Nazism was being squandered, reports such as Bray's and Clark's were an immediate call to action and prompted the beginnings of a campaign to raise awareness about conditions in Cited by: 6. Feb 11,  · Cabinet Office papers, CAB 66/37 (Public Record Office, Kew). For fuller discussion of Churchill's attitudes see Reynolds, David, ‘Churchill, the “special relationship” and the debate about post-war European security, –’, American Historical Association Proceedings, , (Ann Arbor, Michigan, ).Cited by:

    15 November Britain in The 20 th Century: The Attempt to Construct a Socialist Common Wealth, - Professor Vernon Bogdanor. This lecture considers the post-war settlement put forward by the Attlee Government, which I began talking about in my last lecture. "A set of reflections on British society and culture, this volume falls into two principal parts. The first consists of a pair of essays published in New Left Review in the sixties: 'Origins of the Present Crisis', which suggested a general schema for the analysis of class and power in modern Britain and their relation to its decline; and 'Components of the National Culture', which looked at.

    Jan 25,  · November George Buday, internationally known as a book illustrator and, aged 40, at the height of his powers, made a first visit to Budapest in ten years. During the five-week stay his old friend and colleague, the writer and academic Gyula Ortutay, invited him to be director of the proposed Hungarian Cultural Institute in London. Full text of "Britain The Sterling Area And Europe" See other formats.


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