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Justice for Hungary! The cruel errors of Trianon; published on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the political daily paper, Pesti hirlap, by Legrady brothers, editors of the Pesti hirlap; dedicated to fair-minded humanity. Dr. Legrady Otto, editor in chief of the Pesti hirlap
Bib ID 1375058
Format BookBook
Uniform Title Pesti hirlap, Budapest
Description [Budapest, Nyomatott Legrady Testverek muintezeteben, 1930] 
164 p. illus. (some col.) 29 cm. 
Notes

"A szerkesztesert es a kiadasert Lenkey Gusztav felelos."

Subjects Triannon, Treaty of, June 4, 1920 (Hungary)  |  World War, 1914-1918 - Territorial questions - Hungary.  |  Hungary - History.
Other authors/contributors Legrady, Otto, 1878-  |  Lenkey, Gusztav, 1870-

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