Az első világháború és a fajvédelem


In the years after the First World War the racist group with the leadership of Gyula Gömbös played an important role in the Hungarian public life. The leaders of this group served as officers on the fronts and in the general staff of the army of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. The war experiences and other impacts influenced well their political programs and theories after 1919. This study presents the development of their policy program on the basis of the writings of Gyula Gömbös, Endre Zsilinszky and Miklós Kozma

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