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A new look for the Visegrád Post!
The Visegrád Post, despite having limited resources, has managed to establish itself as the main site, from a conservative point of view, for information and analysis of Central Europe. Available in English, French and German, the site now has now been rebranded…
Hungarians and the Warsaw Uprising
By Marcin Bąk. Originally published on Kurier.plus. Poland – Of the many brotherly pages in Polish-Hungarian relations, one of the brightest is the attitude of the Hungarian army during the heroic 63 days of fighting in Warsaw in 1944. Warsaw and Poles…
Ukrainian Nationalism and its Demons from the Past
By Sébastien Meuwissen. Poland/Ukraine – On January 1st, 2019, several thousands of Ukrainians marched in the streets of Kiev, Lviv and Khmelnytskyï (Western Ukraine) to celebrate the 110th anniversary of the birth of Stepan Bandera. These past years, there were plenty of…
When Romania Celebrated the Centenary of 1918
By Thibaud Cassel. 1/3 – Part one: a Romanian mystery Romania celebrates every 1st of December “the union of all the Romanian provinces”. The event was particularly important on December 1, 2018, as they celebrated the 100th anniversary of the declaration of…
Poland, Hungary and France: A Common Cause
By Antoni Trzmiel. Poland – We publish here the translation of Antoni Trzmiel’s editorial about the partnership we started with them. The dorzeczy.pl website, belonging to the Polish weekly Do Rzeczy, has begun cooperation with the Visegrád Post and with the French independent…
When Franco Planned an Intervention in Hungary
By Nicolas Klein, French associate professor of Spanish, former student of the ENS of Lyon, Spanish language teacher in preparatory class, specialist of contemporary Spain. Saving the distant and justifying the local – The Francoist Spain in front of the Hungarian revolution…
The Hungarian Uprising of October ’56
By Miklós Dorsch. Hungary – October 23, 1956, is a date that will forever be engraved in the history of Hungary and of the world. On this day, communism faltered in the Eastern Bloc: the Hungarians took to the streets for their freedom. Some…
Goodbye Pistol Pista, goodbye Mr. István Lovas!
By Nicolas de Lamberterie “Lovas is dead” “Lovas is dead.” Those were the three terrible words to which I awakened on Tuesday, June 12, 2018. How could I believe that it was possible when, only two weeks before, I had spent an…