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Jewish–Hungarian Conflicts and Strategies in the Béla Kun Regime: a Review-Essay of “When Israel is King” (Part 2 of 5)

5928 words The restlessness of the Jews in Hungary, especially after the “emancipation” of 1867, took on increasingly radical forms because, while some of them saw a future in Zionism, others saw an opportunity not in the creation of Israel, but in the transformation of their host society according to their own needs. As a […]