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Who was Wacław Felczak?
Who was Wacław Felczak? – A Hungarian Perspective Fel-tsak or Fel-tʂak? Thanks to the different pronunciation in Polish and Hungarian, this…
Good Friday
Today, we celebrate Good Friday, the day the Christ suffered his Passion, was condemned and crucified. It is a most important…
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…
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…
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,…
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…
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…