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The Hungarian Tragedy
by Antal Ullein-Reviczky

This is the first English language edition the wartime memoirs of 
Antal Ullein-Reviczky, first published in 1947 as 
Guerre Allemande - Paix Russe Le Drame Hongrois.
(Translated by Lovice Mária Ullein-Reviczky)



     Ancient states are tempered through trial and adversity, and among these glorious nations Hungary remains a steadfast, glittering gem. A thousand years of introspection has yielded many heroes, and among them rests one of   Hungary’s most forward thinking and sensitive citizens – Dr. Antal Ullein-Reviczky. His uniquely Hungarian story not only paints a poignant picture of his beloved homeland   embroiled in 20th century conflict, it eloquently expresses the universal desire to protect and  preserve what is most precious to us – liberty and security, for all human kind.
     Ullein-Reviczky’s influential life was particularly rich and diverse, yet he also represents a broader segment of society, those significant contributors to the betterment of humanity who seem to be overlooked.  He was a key figure in Hungary during the Regency Period, and like many others, he is neither universally known, nor are his contributions fully appreciated in the non-Hungarian speaking world. His remarkable career deserves closer study – the man embodied a kind of sensitive heroism that never goes out of fashion, and is so necessary to every generation.  The new edition of his memoirs, German War - Russian Peace, will bring to light this remarkable visionary’s ideals to the English speaking world. German War – Russian Peace, meticulously translated by the great man’s daughter Lovice, is essential reading for anyone interested in the history of the 20th century. Hardcover $55.00