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László Andor. Hungary on the Road to the European Union: Transition in Blue. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2000. 199pp.

Éva H. Balázs. Translated by Tim Wilkinson. Hungary and the Habsburgs, 1765-1800: An Experiment in Enlightened Absolutism. Central European University Press. 1997. 429pp.

Sándor Balogh; Sándor Jakab. The History of Hungary After the Second World War, 1944-1980. Corvina. 1986. 270pp.

András D. Bán. Hungarian-British Diplomacy, 1938-1941: The Attempt to Maintain Relations. Routledge. 2004. 223pp.

David L. Bartlett. The Political Economy of Dual Transformations: Market Reform and Democratization in Hungary. University of Michigan Press. 1997. 299pp.

Lajos Bokros; Jean-Jacques Dethier (editors). Public Finance Reform During the Transition: The Experience of Hungary. World Bank Publications. 1998. 580pp.

László Borhi. Hungary in the Cold War, 1945-1956: Between the United States and the Soviet Union. Central European University Press. 2004. 352pp.

David Cesarani (editor). Genocide and Rescue: The Holocaust in Hungary 1944. Berg Publishers. 1997. 224pp.

Terry Cox (editor). Hungary 1956: Forty Years On. Routledge. 1997. 162pp.

Robert Murray Davis. The Literature of Post-Communist Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania: A Study. McFarland. 2008. 198pp.

Ladislav Deák. Hungary's Game for Slovakia: Slovakia in Hungarian Politics in the Years 1933-1939. Veda. 1996. 138pp.

Nándor Dreisziger (editor). Hungary in the Age of Total War (1938-1948). Columbia University Press. 1998. 372pp.

Cecil D. Eby. Hungary at War: Civilians and Soldiers in World War II. Penn State Press. 1998. 318pp.

György Enyedi. Hungary: An Economic Geography. Westview Press. 1976. 289pp.

Eva Fodor. Working Difference: Women's Working Lives in Hungary and Austria, 1945-1995. Duke University Press. 2003. 224pp.

Reg Gadney. Cry Hungary! Uprising 1956. Weidenfeld and Nicolson. 1986. 169pp.

Charles Gati. Hungary and the Soviet Bloc. Duke University Press. 1986. 244pp.

Charles Gati. Failed Illusions: Moscow, Washington, Budapest, and the 1956 Hungarian Revolt. Stanford University Press. 2006. 264pp.

András Gergely; Gábor Máthé (editors). The Hungarian State: Thousand Years in Europe. Korona Publishing House. 2000. 576pp.

Jeno Györkei; Miklós Horváth (editors). Soviet Military Intervention in Hungary, 1956. Central European University Press. 1999. 318pp.

Paul A. Hanebrink. In Defense of Christian Hungary: Religion, Nationalism, and Antisemitism, 1890-1944. Cornell University Press. 2006. 255pp.

Lynne Haney. Inventing the Needy: Gender and the Politics of Welfare in Hungary. University of California Press. 2002. 338pp.

Hans-Georg Heinrich. Hungary: Politics, Economics, and Society. Lynne Rienner Publishers. 1986. 198pp.

Moshe Y. Herczl. Translated by Joel Lerner. Christianity and the Holocaust of Hungarian Jewry. NYU Press. 1995. 309pp.

Jörg Konrad Hoensch. Translated by Kim Traynor. A History of Modern Hungary, 1867-1986. Longman. 1988. 320pp.

Paul Ignotus. Hungary. Praeger. 1972. 333pp.

Nathaniel Katzburg. Hungary and the Jews: Policy and Legislation, 1920-1943. Bar-Ilan University Press. 1981. 299pp.

Peter Kenez. Hungary from the Nazis to the Soviets: The Establishment of the Communist Regime in Hungary, 1944-1948. Cambridge University Press. 2006. 312pp.

Janet Kerekes. Masked Ball at the White Cross Cafe: The Failure of Jewish Assimilation. University Press of America. 2005. 335pp. Jewish assimilation in Hungary, 1867-1920.

Lawrence Peter King. The Basic Features of Postcommunist Capitalism in Eastern Europe: Firms in Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2001. 150pp.

Domokos G. Kosáry. A History of Hungary. Arno Press. 1971. 482pp.

Martha Lampland. The Object of Labor: Commodification in Socialist Hungary. University of Chicago Press. 1995. 394pp.

Paul Lendvai. Hungary: The Art of Survival. I. B. Tauris. 1988. 178pp.

Paul Lendvai. Translated by Ann Major. One Day That Shook the Communist World: The 1956 Hungarian Uprising and Its Legacy. Princeton University Press. 2008. 297pp.

Emil Lengyel. 1,000 Years of Hungary. New York: John Day Company. 1958. 312pp.

Paul Lendvai, Ann Major. Translated by Ann Major. The Hungarians: A Thousand Years of Victory in Defeat. C. Hurst. 2003. 572pp.

Mieke Meurs. The Evolution of Agrarian Institutions: A Comparative Study of Post-Socialist Hungary and Bulgaria. University of Michigan Press. 2001. 134pp.

Peter Meusburger; Heike Jöns (editors). Transformations in Hungary: Essays in Economy and Society. Springer. 2001. 382pp.

John Flournoy Montgomery. Hungary: The Unwilling Satellite. New York: Devin-Adair Company. 1947. 281pp.

Zsuzsa L. Nagy. The Liberal Opposition in Hungary, 1919-1945. Akadémiai Kiadó. 1983. 143pp.

Nicholas M. Nagy-Talavera. The Green Shirts and the Others: A History of Fascism in Hungary and Rumania. Hoover Institution Press. 1970. 427pp.

Raphael Patai. The Jews of Hungary: History, Culture, Psychology. Wayne State University Press. 1996. 730pp.

János Radványi. Hungary and the Superpowers: The 1956 Revolution and Realpolitik. Hoover Institution Press. 1972. 197pp.

Vera Ranki. The Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion: Jews and Nationalism in Hungary. Allen & Unwin. 1999. 288pp.

Ignác Romsics. Translated by Mario D. Fenyo. Dismantling of Historic Hungary: The Peace Treaty of Trianon, 1920. Social Science Monographs. 2002. 201pp.

András Róna-Tas. Hungarians and Europe in the Early Middle Ages: An Introduction to Early Hungarian History. Central European University Press. 1999. 566pp.

Mária Schmidt; László G. Tóth (editors). From Totalitarian to Democratic Hungary: Evolution and Transformation 1990-2000. Social Science Monographs. 2000. 616pp.

Victor Sebestyen. Twelve Days: The Story of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. Pantheon Books. 2006. 340pp.

Pierre L. Siklos. War Finance, Reconstruction, Hyperinflation and Stabilization in Hungary, 1938-48. Macmillan. 1991. 281pp.

Andrew L. Simon. Made in Hungary: Hungarian Contributions to Universal Culture. Simon Publications. 1998. 456pp.

Jeffrey Simon. Hungary and NATO: Problems in Civil-Military Relations. Rowman & Littlefield. 2003. 131pp.

Stephen Sisa. The Spirit of Hungary: A Panorama of Hungarian History and Culture. Rákóczi Foundation. 1990. 342pp.

Beate Sissenich. Building States Without Society: European Union Enlargement and the Transfer of EU Social Policy to Poland and Hungary. Lexington Books. 2007. 237pp.

Peter F. Sugar; Peter Hanák (editors). A History of Hungary. Indiana University Press. 1994. 432pp.

Nigel Swain. Hungary: The Rise and Fall of Feasible Socialism. Verso. 1992. 264pp.

Pál Teleki. The Evolution of Hungary and Its Place in European History. Academic International Press. 1975. 243pp.

Joshua A. Tucker. Regional Economic Voting: Russia, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic, 1990-1999. Cambridge University Press. 2006. 417pp.

Ferenc A. Váli. Rift and Revolt in Hungary: Nationalism Versus Communism. Harvard University Press. 1961. 590pp.

Iván Völgyes. Hungary: A Nation of Contradictions. Westview Press. 1982. 113pp.

Paul E. Zinner. Revolution in Hungary. Columbia University Press. 1962. 380pp.




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