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For the Children By Geza Tatrallyay
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For the Children is a narrative memoir that tells the true story of the author’s family's escape from Hungary and immigration to Canada in 1956, told from the viewpoint of the seven year old... More > child he was at the time. After numerous attempts to flee from a revolution torn Stalinist Hungary ending in capture and disappointment, the author’s parents’ pursuit to give their children a better life finally bears success as they walk to freedom across a well guarded and mine strewn border. This is a gripping tale of bravery and the will to survive, the sometimes heart-breaking struggle for freedom, and the wonder and difficulties inherent in starting a life in a new country.< Less
MEMORIES from TOKAJ to SARASOTA By Geza Kisvarsanyi
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"...This book will surely be included in future references on communist regimes demanding a hundred million victims." Dr. Béla Várdy and Dr. Ágnes Huszár... More > Várdy, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania "...Géza Kisvarsányi presents in most detail the events he lived through during the Second World War and his years as a prisoner of war. From the distribution camp in Máramarossziget through the collection camp at Constanta, in box cars and on ships, the journey lasted for weeks to the Soviet Gulag... As a contemporary, a “participant” and lucky survivor Géza Kisvarsányi acquaints us with this cruel world... The survivor of this tragedy that touched hundreds of thousand people raises a monument to the memory of the Gulag camps and sets an example with his life, his actions, his struggles for his homeland and his love of science." Dr. Ferenc Pölöskei, Hungarian Academy of Science, Budapest< Less
Memoirs English Version By Geza Kisvarsanyi
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Dr. Geza Kisvarsanyi takes us on a journey spanning Hungary's tumultuous history of the mid 19th century. The story begins in a peaceful garden in Tokaj then passes from the stage of WWII to a gulag... More > in the Carpathian range, to Russian occupation, revolution, and immigration, all the while sharing with us human and geological insights. Our journey ends in Sarasota, Florida. This is a story of survival, of human nature, of the earths resources and of the strength of the human spirit.< Less
Figurak. (Furcsa emberekrol furcsa historiak.) [Hungarian] By Geza Gardonyi
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Memoirs By Geza Kisvarsanyi
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Dr. Geza Kisvarsanyi takes us on a journey spanning Hungary's tumultuous history of the mid 19th century. The story begins in a peaceful garden in Tokaj then passes from the stage of WWII to a gulag... More > in the Carpathian range, to Russian occupation, revolution, and immigration, all the while sharing with us human and geological insights. Our journey ends in Sarasota, Florida. This is a story of survival, of human nature, of the earths resources and of the strength of the human spirit.< Less
Migration Letters, Volume 8, No.2, October 2011 By Migration Letters
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Female flight from remote Northern Territory Aboriginal communities, Andrew Taylor - Reading Italian-Canadian-ness, Reading Breaking the Mould, Clara Sacchetti - Regional distribution of immigrants... More > in Hungary, Géza Tóth and Áron Kincses - Potential of qualitative network analysis, Elisabeth Scheibelhofer - National identity and otherness in Greek speakers’ talk about immigration, Maria Xenitidou - international remittances cause Dutch disease?, Edsel L. Beja Jr - Asset ownership of recent immigrants, Swarn Chatterjee and Jinhee Kim - Diaspora bonds for education, Suhas Ketkar, Dilip Ratha< Less
Migration Letters, Volume 8, No.2, October 2011 By Migration Letters
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Female flight from remote Northern Territory Aboriginal communities, Andrew Taylor - Reading Italian-Canadian-ness, Reading Breaking the Mould, Clara Sacchetti - Regional distribution of immigrants... More > in Hungary, Géza Tóth and Áron Kincses - Potential of qualitative network analysis, Elisabeth Scheibelhofer - National identity and otherness in Greek speakers’ talk about immigration, Maria Xenitidou - international remittances cause Dutch disease?, Edsel L. Beja Jr - Asset ownership of recent immigrants, Swarn Chatterjee and Jinhee Kim - Diaspora bonds for education, Suhas Ketkar, Dilip Ratha< Less
Bela, a buta [Hungarian] By Dezso Kosztolanyi
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Nemeskosztolányi Kosztolányi Dezső, teljes... More > nevén Kosztolányi Dezső István Izabella (Szabadka, 1885. március 29. – Budapest, Krisztinaváros, 1936. november 3.) író, költő, műfordító, kritikus, esszéista, újságíró, a Nyugat első nemzedékének kimagasló formaművésze, a XX. századi magyar széppróza és líra egyik legnagyobb alakja. Csáth Géza unokatestvére.1885. március 29-én (virágvasárnap) született Szabadkán, Kosztolányi Árpád (1859–1926) fizika- és matematikatanár, iskolaigazgató és Brenner Eulália (1866–1948) gyermekeként. Édesanyja révén volt unokafivére Brenner József, alias Csáth Géza (1887–1919) író. Excerpt from: https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kosztol%C3%A1nyi_Dezs%C5%91< Less

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