___Yearbook XI, 2003.Hungary in the Present [Évkönyv XI 2003. Magyarország a jelenkorban]___Back
Yearbook XI, 2003. Hungary in the Present (Publications in Hungarian)
Edited by János M. Rainer and Éva Standeisky, Gyöngyvér Török
Editor responsible: Gyöngyvér Török


The Sixties

Péter Kende: What happened to Hungarian society after 1956?

János M. Rainer: Signs of life—nineteen sixty-eight

János Tischler: ‘Any self-respecting bookkeeper on an agricultural cooperative embezzles more than these 23 people have done between them.’ The Ónody case before the Central Committee of the Hungarian Socialist Workers’ Party in March 1965

Tibor Valuch: From plentiful destitution to destitute plenty. Changes in consumption in Hungary in the years after 1956

Pál Germuska: The beginnings of Hungarian arms exports to the Middle East

State security dossier—the ÁVOs

Gyula Kozák: Man without an identity

Virág Udvarnoky: ‘I’ve had enough life-story already!’

Attila Szakolczai: Endre Márton and state security


Krisztián Ungváry: A Hungarian institution: the research institute into the Jewish question

Márkus Keller: Paths and memories

Éva Standeisky: See-saw

Gusztáv Kecskés: The French popular press and the 1956 Hungarian Revolution

László Eörsi: The Hungarian National Committee in Budapest’s Second District

Csaba Békés: Why wasn’t there a second cold war in Europe? The Hungarian party leadership and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1979. Documents

Report on the activity of the 1956 Institute in 2002

Publications by members of staff in 2002–3

Bibliography of the 1956 Revolution

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