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In memory of Áron Fülöp, first Director of the Library

Áron Fülöp – one of the first librarians who organized the Library of the House of Representatives (predecessor of the Library of Parliament) into a high quality institution – died 100 years ago. In our latest article we recall the life and career of this extraordinary intellectual with strong attachment to his motherland, Székelyföld, Transylvania.

Published on - 2020-10-28 12:40:00
Category: Anniversaries
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Trianon 100 – Trianon-monuments

Our latest article provides an overview of the main motifs and symbolic value of Trianon-monuments from all around Hungary.

Published on - 2020-10-27 09:25:00
Category: Anniversaries
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Library closure around forthcoming national holiday

Please note that due to the national holiday of 23 October, the library will stay closed on 23-24 October 2020.

Published on - 2020-10-19 11:58:00
Category: News
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Trianon 100 – Impact on Society

A significant amount of the economic decline and social mayhem so conspicuous in 1920s' Hungary can be directly derived from the dramatic consequences of the Treaty of Trianon.

Published on - 2020-10-14 04:20:00
Category: Anniversaries
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Trianon 100 – What made Hungary sign the Treaty of Trianon?

In the last few decades, the question had frequently occurred to some, whether it could have been an option for Hungarian delegates at the Paris Peace Conference in 1920 not to give their consent to the content of the Treaty of Trianon. In our latest article we argue that the drastic territorial loss stipulated in the treaty would have happened anyway independent of Hungary's permission, but should the Hungarian government refuse to sign the document, it could easily have thrown the country into a persona-non-grata status on the international scene and would have led to severe social mayhem domestically.

Published on - 2020-10-08 02:23:00
Category: Anniversaries
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Famous Hungarian Jesuit, Péter Pázmány born 450 year ago

Péter Pázmány, renowned Hungarian Jesuit, noted philosopher, theologian, cardinal, pulpit orator and statesman was born 450 years ago. Though we primarily remember him as one of the most prominent figures in the Counter-Reformation movement in Hungary, Pázmány's most important legacy may lie in the creation of the Hungarian literary language.​

Published on - 2020-10-02 12:53:00
Category: Anniversaries
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