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PETER KORNISS -- BALATON

By Attila, Szepesi (text by); Korniss, Peter (photography by)

Budapest, Hungary: Magyar Konyvklub, 2000. HC. fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover). color illustrations. ISBN 9635471343 A photographic study and brief history of Lake Balaton. 111pp.

$40.00

SOCIALIST ENTREPRENEURS: EMBOURGEOISEMENT IN RURAL HUNGARY

By Szelenyi, Ivan (in collaboration with Robert Manchin, Pal Juhasz, Balint Magyar, and Bill Martin)

Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Pr, 1988. HC. fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. ISBN 0299113604 In the years since the government relaxed its policy of forced collectivization, approximately ten percent of rural Hungarian families have taken up entrepreneurial opportunities in agriculture. Why they have chosen this course and why ninety percent of families have chosen to remain in proletarian or cadre positions--are central questions in Szelenyi's inquiry. 255pp.

$11.50

HUNGARIAN-ITALIAN RELATIONS IN THE SHADOW OF HITLER'S GERMANY, 1933-1940

By Reti, Gyorgy

Boulder, CO: Social Science Monographs, 2003. HC. fine, blue cloth (hardcover). ISBN 0880335238 348pp.

$40.00

HUNGARY AND INTERNATIONAL POLITICS IN 1848-1849

By Kosary, Domokos

Boulder, CO: Social Science Monographs, 2003. HC. fine, blue cloth (hardcover) - minute bump lower corner. ISBN 0880335211 699pp.

$35.00

ART OF SURVIVAL: HUNGARIAN NATIONAL DEFENSE AND SOCIETY IN MODERN TIMES

By Kiraly, Bela K.; Balogh, Piroska and Vitek, Tamas (edited by)

Boulder, CO: Social Science Monographs, 2003. HC. fine, blue cloth (hardcover) (no dustjacket as published). ISBN 0880335386 515pp.

$50.00

EXILE AND SOCIAL THOUGHT: HUNGARIAN INTELLECTUALS IN GERMANY AND AUSTRIA, 1919-1933

By Congdon, Lee

Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1991. HC. fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover). 15 B&W ill.. ISBN 0691031592 In this collective portrait combining intellectual history with biographical detail, the author describes how Hungarian thinkers, each in a different way, passionately advocated the need for community in a Europe torn by war and revolution. 376pp.

$15.00