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Pál Teleki (1874-1941) : the life of a controversial Hungarian politician /
Balázs Ablonczy ; translated from the Hungarian by Thomas J. and Helen D. DeKornfeld.
imprint
Boulder, Colo. : Social Science Monographs ; Wayne, N.J. : Center for Hungarian Studies and Publications, 2006.
description
ix, 338 p. : 1 map ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0880335955, 9780880335959
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imprint
Boulder, Colo. : Social Science Monographs ; Wayne, N.J. : Center for Hungarian Studies and Publications, 2006.
isbn
0880335955
9780880335959
general note
"Originally published as: Teleki Pál, c2005 by Osiris Kiadó" -- T.p. verso.
language note
Translated from the Hungarian.
catalogue key
6195838
 
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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[This biography]... does an excellent job of unravelling the different facets of Teleki's character.
"[This biography]... does an excellent job of unravelling the different facets of Teleki's character." -- Thomas Lorman, The Slavonic & East European Review
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This is the first biography of the geographer and conservative interwar prime minister Pal Teleki who contributed greatly to the shaping of Hungary's pro-German policy and committed suicide to protest his country's active support of Nazi Germany's invasion of Yugoslavia.

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