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Los Angeles Hungarian group to celebrate anti-Semitic writer Albert Wass

Shoah Foundation founder and Academy Award-winning director Steven Spielberg recently travelled from Los Angeles to Krakow to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the death camp Auschwitz where over one million Jews lost their lives in World War II. In his passionate remarks Spielberg warned of the global rise of anti-Semitism. Today he can find anti-Semitism in his […]

by · February 13, 2015 · Diaspora
Invitation to the NYC Wass Albert reading, which is being supported by Mr. Orbán's Consul, Ferenc Kumin.

Writings of Albert Wass are a poor choice for New York City celebration

On February 20, 2015, the New York Hungarian House (213 East 82nd Street) will stage a reading of works by Mr. Albert Wass, the late Transylvanian writer, who was convicted of war crimes after World War II. The event is being organized by a New York-based, Hungarian émigré group, Széchenyi István Társaság, led by Hungarian-American Mr. Ákos Felsővályi. It is […]

by · February 3, 2015 · Diaspora
Szabolcs Kerék-Bárczy (Photo: Facebook)

Szabolcs Kerék-Bárczy’s call to key Hungarian-Americans: Please live up to the democratic heritage you cherish in America!

An open letter to: Mr. Maximilian Teleki President Hungarian American Coalition Mr. Frank Koszorús, Jr. President The American Hungarian Federation Mr. Eugene Megyesy Senior Advisor to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán Former Honorary Consul General of Hungary in Colorado Budapest, December 4, 2014 Dear Messrs. Presidents, Dear Max, Frank and Gene, As you are aware several senior Hungarian individuals have recently […]

by · December 6, 2014 · Diaspora