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Report on the International Women's Congress, 17 December 1948: (Jelentés a Nemzetközi Nőkongresszusról, 1948. December 17)

Report on the International Women's Congress, 17 December 1948: (Jelentés a Nemzetközi... Jelentés a Nemzetközi No ˝kongresszusról, 1948. December 17 Report on the International Women’s Congress, 17 December 1948 Introduction and Translation: Éva Cserháti Source translated and discussed: Report on the International Women’s Congress (Jelentés a Nemzetközi Nőkongresszusról), discussed by the Organizing Committ ee of the Magyar Dolgozók Pártja (Hungarian Working People’s Party, MDP) on 17 De- cember 1948, National Archives of Hungary (Magyar Országos Levéltár, MOL), Doc- uments of the MDP and the MSzMP, section M-KS, fond 276, group 55, unit 49, pp 20–24, typed. Historical Background Hungary was a member of the Axis powers during World War II. In 1944 the Hungar- ian government att empted to negotiate a separate peace with the Allies; in response Nazi forces occupied the country. Under German pressure, leader of the fascist Arrow Cross Party Ferenc Szálasi, was appointed prime minister and Hungary remained in the Axis. In the fall of the same year Soviet and Romanian forces crossed the bor- der. The siege of Budapest, one of the most important batt les of World War II, lasted from late 1944 until February 1945. The Soviet military operation in Hungary offi cially ended at the beginning of April 1945. The period between 1945 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aspasia Berghahn Books

Report on the International Women's Congress, 17 December 1948: (Jelentés a Nemzetközi Nőkongresszusról, 1948. December 17)

Aspasia , Volume 9 (1): 21 – Mar 1, 2015

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1933-2882
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Jelentés a Nemzetközi No ˝kongresszusról, 1948. December 17 Report on the International Women’s Congress, 17 December 1948 Introduction and Translation: Éva Cserháti Source translated and discussed: Report on the International Women’s Congress (Jelentés a Nemzetközi Nőkongresszusról), discussed by the Organizing Committ ee of the Magyar Dolgozók Pártja (Hungarian Working People’s Party, MDP) on 17 De- cember 1948, National Archives of Hungary (Magyar Országos Levéltár, MOL), Doc- uments of the MDP and the MSzMP, section M-KS, fond 276, group 55, unit 49, pp 20–24, typed. Historical Background Hungary was a member of the Axis powers during World War II. In 1944 the Hungar- ian government att empted to negotiate a separate peace with the Allies; in response Nazi forces occupied the country. Under German pressure, leader of the fascist Arrow Cross Party Ferenc Szálasi, was appointed prime minister and Hungary remained in the Axis. In the fall of the same year Soviet and Romanian forces crossed the bor- der. The siege of Budapest, one of the most important batt les of World War II, lasted from late 1944 until February 1945. The Soviet military operation in Hungary offi cially ended at the beginning of April 1945. The period between 1945

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