DreiszigerThomas R. IV, No. Halasz de Beky University ofTorontoRev. Charles H. Uren Carleton UniversityFerenc A. Vali University ofMassachusettsS. Since its launchinginthe Review has been committed to the policy ofproviding a non-partizan forum forthescholarly discussionand analysis of issues in Hungarian history, politics andcultural affairs.
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Main content Abstract : Budaors Airport is a work of modern architecture built in in a country that was fundamentally conservative in its political outlook, and was the first public airport in Hungary that met European standards. It was designed by the architects Virgil Bierbauer and Laszlo Kralik. The airport architecture made use of the lessons learned, both positive and negative, from countless airports in other countries. In this regard it successfully overcame the technical and other problems faced by designers in European countries, which had made it necessary to redesign the airports in these countries in the midthirties.
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All rights reserved. BaloghYaleUniversityLouis A. His articles on Canadian and Hungariantopics have appeared in three collections of papers and nine scholarlyperiodicals including the Journal of Modern History and the CanadianHistorical Association's Historical Papers.
During the past few yearsDr.
We could have planned the publishing of a book ofessays, a kind of belated Festschrift, as an expression of our lastrespects and sorrow. But such an ambitious undertaking wouldhave involved years of preparations and could have strained ourmeagre financial resources.
As an alternative anti aging élet chose to dedicateone of the Review's issues to Watson Kirkconnell's memory,and fill it mainly with essays and reviews fitting for the occasion.
Accordingly, in the first part of this issue we feature studies onsubjects that had been dear to Kirkconnell in his lifetime: Hungarianpoetry and verse translation.
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The exception is the firstarticle which examines the historical significance of Kirkconnell'sliterary and other-than-literary activities as far as Canadians ofHungarian background are concerned. In Part II of this issue we are proud to offer a taste ofKirkconnell's verse translation from Hungarian.
Our sample istaken from his rendering of Janos Arany's epic poem, Toldi, intoEnglish. The poem celebrates the exploits of Focal spirit one swiss anti aging [Nicholas]Toldi, a Hungarian lad of legendary strength, during the middleages. A complete version of Kirkconnell's translation of Toldiwill be published separately by the Hungarian Readers' Serviceas soon as circumstances permit.
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- Николь обеспокоилась: наверное, детям не следует выслушивать откровения Макса.
The third part of this special issue contains book reviews in thevarious fields of Hungarian studies. Although most of them donot relate to the realm of poetry or literature, it was thought bestto print them in this volume rather than in the spring issue of Many people have worked hard to make the appearance of thisspecial issue possible.
Basa, Joseph St. Clair andStephen Scheer, as well as Mr. Maxim Tabory have each helpedwith the adjudication of one or two of the manuscripts. ProfessorThomas Spira spared much of his valuable time to do most of thecopy editing. Hope Kirkconnell has sent us pictures of herlate husband.
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Janet Kirkconnell supplied us with the manuscriptof her late father's rendition ofToldi. Harcsar has performedmany of the innumerable chores involved in getting thisvolume on our subscribers' desks.
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To each of them we extend ourthanks. We also wish to acknowledge the offer of financial supportwhich has been received from the Hungarian Helicon Society ofToronto, and the "matching grant" which has been provided byOntario's Department of Culture and Recreation.
DreiszigerFriends of SmallNationsOne of history's lessons is that, without outside help, small nationsand weak minorities often become the victims of international ornational political conflicts as the Second World War amply illustrates.