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72. Gerõ, András, Modem Hungarian Society in the Making. The Unfinished Experience (Budapest, London and New York, 1993).

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Межвоенный период и Вторая мировая война

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Венгрия при социализме

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132. Vago, Raphael, The Grandchildren of Trianon. Hungary and the Hungarian Minority in the Communist States (New York, 1989).

Переход к демократии

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134. Felkay, Andrew, Out of the Russian Orbit: Hungary Gravitates to the West (Wseport and London, 1997).

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