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Hungary: The Unwilling Satellite

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201 pages4 hours

Summary

In 1947, the former U.S. Minister to Hungary, John Flournoy Montgomery, published these heartfelt memoirs of his Budapest days during World War II. The book was, and remains, a widely read and widely quoted source for examinations of Hungarian pre-war politics, in some measure because it is unique as a thorough Western lens on interwar Hungary.

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