Turn-of-the-Century Hungary in Gyula Krudy's Journalism
A wistful and nostalgic image of the waning years of the Austro-Hungarian empire, following the bloodless democratic revolution of 1918, the Karolyi government and the short-lived Soviet Republic, and presents cameos of the leading political figures of the day, such as Ferenc Kossuth, Mihaly Karoli and Bela Kun.
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