A Kedesdelem Ara

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Title

A Kedesdelem Ara

Description

Hungary is one of the few countries still aligned with Germany despite widespread damage inflicted by Allied bombing: MAVAG works, Szolnok, Szob, Budapest East and South, Baja, Nyiregyhaza, Cegled, Miskolc, Szekesfehervar, Hatvan, Csap, Szatmar, Debrecen and Budapest. Quotes Hungarian Prime Minister Géza Lakatos who claims that capitulate quickly is the best course of action. Refers to bombings of Finland, Romania and Bulgaria, countries which were slow to make peace.

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IBCC Digital Archive

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One double-sided printed sheet

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Transcription

[propaganda leaflet]
Title
A Kedesdelem Ara
Description
Hungary is one of the few countries still aligned with Germany despite widespread damage inflicted by Allied bombing: MAVAG works, Szolnok, Szob, Budapest East and South, Baja, Nyiregyhaza, Cegled, Miskolc, Szekesfehervar, Hatvan, Csap, Szatmar, Debrecen and Budapest. Quotes Hungarian Prime Minister Géza Lakatos who claims that capitulate quickly is the best course of action. Refers to bombings of Finland, Romania and Bulgaria, countries which were slow to make peace.

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Citation

“A Kedesdelem Ara,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed February 28, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/16347.

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