Hungary: the Unwilling Satellite
By John F. Montgomery
Devin-Adair, 1947, 281 pp.
A former American diplomat recounts the story of Hungary's Gleichschaltung, first with Nazi Germany and then with Communist Russia. The book contains a wealth of interesting first-hand observations, but its account of Hungarian reluctance to accept Nazi domination is somewhat marred by the author's attempt to give Horthy and his system a clean bill of health.