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1. Oszkár Asbóth
(Famous Hungarians/Oszkár Asbóth)
... able to continue his experimental work on helicopters, working for French, English and German companies. In 1941 he left Germany and returned to Hungary, where he ex...

2. Semmelweis Ignac
(Famous Hungarians/Semmelweis Ignác)
...onal journal, "The Doctor's Weekly", and in 1860 he published a monograph in German on the same subject. Despite this, very few European medical teachers ac...

3. Otto von Habsburg
(Famous Hungarians/Otto von Habsburg)
...a in l945. From 1942 he worked actively to prevent the planned expulsion of Germans from the Eastern territories. During World War II Otto von Habsburg use...

4. Leo Szilard
(Famous Hungarians/Leo Szilárd)
...Nazis came to power a young Hungarian Physics professor made a very wise decision. He left Germany and moved over to England where he did research in nuclear physics. Thi...

5. Janos Csonka
(Famous Hungarians/János Csonka)
... were made. He was a first-class student and while at grammar school learnt German, Latin and French. In 1873 he moved to Budapest and began working for th...

6. Joseph Pulitzer
(Famous Hungarians/Joseph Pulitzer)
... young man" thing by the time he got his citizenship. Using his knowledge of the German language, which was the language Hungarians used in public places at the...

7. Bartok Bela
(Famous Hungarians/Bartók Béla)
...s been swept by the horror of fascism and nazism which threatens civilization. In Hungary, Germany and Italy his music has been banned and he has been branded, among othe...

8. Balint Balassi
(Famous Hungarians/Bálint Balassi)
... first literary product: for the consolation of his parents he translated a religious work from German, the Beteg lelkeknek való füves kertecske (Herbous garden for sick sou...

9. Imre Kertesz
(Famous Hungarians/Imre Kertész)
... His works have been translated into several languages. He himself translates from German into Hungarian, and he has translated the works of Freud, Hoffmannstahl,...

10. Janos Hunyadi
(Famous Hungarians/János Hunyadi)
...ul man in the country. During the 13th and 14th centuries, large numbers of Vlachs, Serbs, Germans and other peoples settled in the country's uninhabited regions. The...

11. King Stephen I
(Famous Hungarians/King Stephen I)
...tor of the church of Passau. An important role in Stephen's upbringing was played by the German priests who were, invited to come to Hungary by Prince Géza. Little is known wit...

12. Budapest
(Budapest yours to Discover/Budapest yours to Discover)
...th banks of the river Danube with the amalgamation on 17 November 1873 of right-bank (west) Buda (Ofen in German) and Óbuda (Old Buda or Alt-Ofen) together with Pest on the left (east) bank. ...

...eet lies a vast labyrinth of caves, which served as a military station for no less than 20, 000 German soldiers during the Second World War. One of the defining buildings of Budapest, the...

14. Chambers of Commerce
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...ute;ci u. 51. Phone: 317-8268 Fax: 338-4174 GERMAN-HUNGARIAN CHAMBER OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE 1024 Bp., Lövő...

... old citizenry had also greatly diminished so the Habsburgs brought many Germans to live in the three cities and their surrounding areas. The view of ...

16. Facts & Figures
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...sq. km. Ethnic groups: (2003 est.) Hungarian (89.9 per cent), Roma (4 per cent), German (2.6 per cent), Serb (2 per cent), Slovak (0.8 per cent), Romanian (0.7 per cent), Croa...

...the Czech Republic (19%) increased its export faster, while Poland (14%) had a somewhat slower expansion. German imports, which is extremely important for Hungary, increased by 7%, while Hungarian exp...

...eet lies a vast labyrinth of caves, which served as a military station for no less than 20, 000 German soldiers during the Second World War. One of the defining buildings of Budapest, the...

19. Chambers of Commerce
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...ute;ci u. 51. Phone: 317-8268 Fax: 338-4174 GERMAN-HUNGARIAN CHAMBER OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE 1024 Bp., Lövő...

...eet lies a vast labyrinth of caves, which served as a military station for no less than 20, 000 German soldiers during the Second World War. One of the defining buildings of Budapest, the...

21. Embassies in Budapest
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...tvös u. 11/b. Phone: 342-9993 GERMANY 1014 Uri u. 64-66 Phone: 488-3505 ...

... old citizenry had also greatly diminished so the Habsburgs brought many Germans to live in the three cities and their surrounding areas. The view of ...

23. Facts & Figures
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...sq. km. Ethnic groups: (2003 est.) Hungarian (89.9 per cent), Roma (4 per cent), German (2.6 per cent), Serb (2 per cent), Slovak (0.8 per cent), Romanian (0.7 per cent), Croa...

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