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Szakali 
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Posted: 2010-06-29, 23:52   History of Hungary- books/articles  

Hello,

I'm looking for a book about the history of Hungary (the whole I mean from tribes to our times). Do you know titles? Language English or Polish. :-)
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Posted: 2010-06-30, 00:02     

Karolina Lanckorońska - Wspomnienia wojenne (przewija się tam wątek węgierski)

Marek Kowalski - Droga wiodła przez Węgry z serii "Żółtych tygrysów" (wydane za PRL, a co za tym idzie jest trochę zakłamana, ale jeśli się ostrożnie podejdzie do niej to ma swoją wartość)

Wacław Felczak, Andrzej Fischinger - Polska Węgry - Tysiąc lat przyjaźni (również wydana za PRL (1979 ?) i jest trochę bzdur, także ostrożnie)

to te 3 z pamięci, potem na angielski przełożę
 
     
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Posted: 2010-06-30, 10:17     

I found this on Amazon. This is the intro of a book:
http://www.amazon.com/rea...ader_0521667364
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Posted: 2010-06-30, 10:34     

But, the most of the books is support the Finno-Ugric theory. That was created by Franz Josef after the 1848 revolution. Becouse we do not feel themselves transcendence from the Austrians. Unfortunately, this theory is very supported in the Communist era, becouse "we don't feel themselves transcendence from the Russians". The MTA support the Finnish descendant theory, becouse most of the scientists is coming from the communist era.

We Hungarians really the descendant of the finns? I didn't think so. We have turkish folk motives, we have genetical identities with many Far-East people (with the finns, no one!). We have more common words with the Uyghurs than the finns.

Once, an Uyghur people take a visit in Hungary. Took him the Square of Heroes. He looking the Hungarian tribe leaders names. He asked his Hungarian friend:
- You know what means the "Tas" name?
- Sure I know, the "Tas" means 'Tas".
- No, the "Tas" means "cold-hearted".

And he know all of the tribe leaders name's meanings! Becouse in his language, this names don't lose the meanings!

The Uyghurs is a 3000-5000 years old people (officially, but found in China 30.000 years old pyramids, which is built by the Uyghurs. Of course, the Chinese want to lie themselves. But that regions not live chinese that time.). This people's culture change a very little in the history. And THIS is the thing, which is terrify the Hungarian scientists. Becouse they don't can to comply this with the finnish origin theory. :)
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Posted: 2010-08-06, 03:04     

Znalazłem parę ciekawych tytułów:

"Historia Węgier do 1526 roku w zarysie" Stanisław A. Sroka
http://www.homini.com.pl/...?s=karta&id=251\
Zamówione. :-D

"Węgry" Jerzy Kochanowski
Omawia lata od 1860-1990 (coś dla Ciebie Maniek :-) ). Niestety niedostępne, ale napisałem do wydawnictwa i czekam na odpowiedź.

"Historia Węgier" Felczaka
Ten minus, że wydany za komuny (83'), więc dość ostrożnie. Ponoć studenci korzystają z niej, tak jak z pierwszego tytułu.

http://www.historycy.org/index.php?showtopic=8300
temat o książkach

PS. I don't write in English because I informed about books written in Polish.
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Posted: 2010-09-27, 03:37     

http://histmag.org/?id=3309&act=ac#fn13

Bardzo ciekawy artykuł o węgierskim rewizjonizmie. Polecam.
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Posted: 2011-05-06, 19:39     

Jerzy Robert Nowak - Węgry bliskie i nie znane

Very good book about polish-hungarian history. Specially for people who want know the history of Hungary.

http://hunpol.blogspot.co...skie-i-nie.html
 
     
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