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By Tibor Mende
Macdonald, 1944
175 pp. $5.00

Another volume in the "Cross-Roads Series," edited by Barbara Barclay Carter, reviewing the history of Hungary, with emphasis on the period since 1914. Though the author has little good to say of the landed aristocracy, he gives the usual Magyar "imperialist" interpretation of the Trianon Treaty.

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