Originally published in 1945, this study of Hungary forms part of the British Survey Handbooks series created in partnership with the British Society for International Understanding. The object of the series was to provide essential information about the history, economic life, conditions and outlook of the various nations of Europe, including material regarding the effects of World War II. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Hungary and European history.
Table of ContentsEditorial note; 1. The old Hungary, AD 900-1919; 2. The face of Hungary, 1919-40; 3. The economy of Hungary; 4. The social structure of the country; 5. Political and religious institutions; 6. International relations, 1919-44; Conclusion; Index.