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The Hungarians: A Divided Nation
The Hungarians: A Divided Nation
Edited by Stephen Borsody
Slavica, 1988, 405 pp.

The problem of national minorities in central Europe persists after two world wars, two peace settlements and the imposition of communist rule. The Hungarians living outside Hungary provide the prime example. This volume, with contributions from scholars in Hungary and abroad, has a national slant, inevitably, but it is a clear and comprehensive treatment of both historical and current aspects of a serious question to which the world's governments, including that of the U.S.S.R., have paid too little attention.