Berczeller, Richard
September 1972
New Yorker;9/16/1972, Vol. 48 Issue 30, p32
The article relates author's experience during the First and Second World War. The author fled from his home town in Sopron, Hungary, when he was eighteen. During the First World War, he had been the leader of a student pacifist movement. Before the Second World War, he emigrated to France and eventually to America. The war communiqués an announced that the westernmost city of Hungary had been stubbornly defended by the Nazis and their Hungarian allies against the onstorming Red Armies.


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