bibliography

of the works of Peter I. Hidas

The Metamorphosis of a Social Class in Hungary during the Reign of Young Franz Joseph. East European Monographs 24. Boulder:East European Quarterly, distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1977.

ed. Minorities & the Law; From 1867 to the Present. Montreal: Dawson College, 1987.

World War II - Workbook. Lexington, Mass.:Ginn Press, 1986.

The Laws of Hungary. Editor-in-chief Peter I. Hidas. Series I, Volume 1:The Laws of the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary; Decreta Regni Mediaevalis Hungariae, 1000-1301. Translated and edited by János M. Bak, György Bónis, and James Ross Sweeney. Bakersfield, Ca.:Charles Schlacks Jr., Publisher, 1989; Series I, Volume 2:The Laws of the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary; Decreta Regni Mediaevalis Hungariae, 1301-1457. Edited and translated by János M. Bak, Pál Engel, and James Ross Sweeney, in collaboration with Paul B. Harvey, Jr. Salt Lake City:Charles Schlacks Jr. Publisher, 1992; Series I, Volume 3: 1458-1490, The Laws of the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary; Decreta Regni Mediaevalis Hungariae, 1458-1490. Edited and translated by János M. Bak, Leslie S. Domonkos and Paul B. Harvey, Jr., Los Angeles:Charles Schlacks Jr. Publisher, 1996.

"Part I:The Emancipation and Its Impact on the Hungarian Peasantry" and "Part IV:The Dance of Death:World War I and the Hungarian Peasants" in Modernization of the Hungarian Countryside 1848-1975. ed. Joseph Held. East European Monographs 63. Boulder:East European Quarterly, distributed by Columbia University Press, 1980.

"The First Russian Intervention in Transylvania in 1849." Eastern Europe. Historical Essays. ed. H.C. Schlieper. Toronto:New Review Press, 1969.

"The Russian Army in Hungary 1849." War and Society in the Nineteenth Century. The Russian Empire. eds. J.G. Purvis and D.A. West. Toronto:New Review Press, 1971.

"The Metamorphosis of a Social Class; The Hungarian Gentry from 1849 to 1853." New Review of East-European History 15, No. 1-2 (June 1975), 39-64.

"Az osztrák kormányzat gazdaságpolitikájának hatása Magyarországon, 1849-1853" [The Impact of the Economic Policies of the Austrian Government on Hungary, 1849-1853]. Századok (Budapest) 116, No. 4 (1982), 743-759.

"A mezögazdasági termelés és parasztság Magyarországon az elsö világháború idején" [Agricultural Production and the Peasantry in Hungary at the Time of The First World War]. Agrártörténeti Szemle (Budapest) 24, No. 1-2 (1983), 14-29.

"The Peasants of Hungary between Revolution and Compromise." East European Quarterly 19, No. 2 (June 1985), 191-200.

"Az osztrák hadsereg Magyarországon, 1849-1859." [The Austrian Army in Hungary, 1849-1859]. Historia 9 (1987):64-65.

"The Army of Francis Joseph and Magyar Public Opinion, 1849-1859." Hungarian Studies Review 14, No. 2 (Fall 1987):3-20.

"Soviet and Hungarian Historians about Trotsky, Bukharin, Zinov'ev and Radek." East Central Europe 16, Nos. 1-2 (1989):153-159.

"The Story of a Righteous Man:László Velics in Greece." Hungarian Heritage Review 19, No. 5 (May 1990): 29-35.

"The Greeks of Hungary." Proceedings of the First International Congress on the Hellenic Diaspora; from Antiquity to Modern Times. Volume 2: From Antiquity to Modern Times. ed. John M. Fossey. Amsterdam:Gieben, 1991): 131-139.

"Hidden Urbanization:The Birth of the Bourgeoisie in Mid-Nineteenth Century Hungary." Jews in the Hungarian Economy, 1760-1945:Studies Dedicated to Moshe Carmilly-Weinberger on his Eightieth Birthday. ed. Michael K. Silber (Jerusalem:Magnes Press, 1991): 119-141.

"A magyar arisztokrácia és a politikai vezetés a forradalom után (1849-1853)" [Hungarian Aristocracy and Political Leadership After the Revolution (1849-1853)]. Történelmi Szemle 3-4 (1989 [1992]):232-248.

"A View from the Embassy:László Velics and Occupied Greece 1941-1944." Eastern Europe and the West; Selected Papers from the Fourth World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies, Harrogate, 1990. ed. J.D. Morison (London and New York:The Macmillan Press and St. Martin's Press, 1992):102-128.

"Pacifikálás; Ferenc József hadserege Magyarországon, 1849-1859." [Pacification; The Army of Franz Joseph in Hungary, 1849-1853] Történelmi Szemle 35, Nos. 3-4 (1993): 243-257.

"A kanadai visszhang (1956. október 23-november 4.)" [The Canadian Reaction (23 October 1956-4 November 1956] 1956 Évkönyv II. 1993 [Yearbook on 1956, 1994] (Budapest:1956-os Intézet, 1993): 73-94.

"Kanada és az 1956-os menekültek." [Canada and the Refugees of 1956] Világosság 35, No.10 (October 1994):61-69.

"Menekült magyar egyetemisták Kanadában (1956-57)." [Hungarian Refugee University Students in Canada (1956-57) 1956 Évkönyv III. 1994 [Yearbook on 1956, 1994] (Budapest:1956-os Intézet, 1994): 125-138.

"A görög, örmény és zsidó kereskedök szerepe a XVIII. századi Erdély gazdaságtörténetében."

[The Role of Greeks, Armenians and Jews in the Economic Life of Transylvania in the Eighteenth Century]. Tanulmányok Dányi Dezsö 75. születésnapjára (Budapest:KSH Könyvtár és Dokumentációs Szolgálat, 1996): 124-130.

"Canada and the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 - A Canadian Chronicle." Hungarian Studies 12, Nos. 1-2 (1997): 223-236.

"Magyar menekültek Jugoszláviában, útban Kanadába." [Hungarian Refugees in Yugoslavia on Their Way to Canada] Múltunk 42, No. 3 (1997):172-182.

"The Hungarian Refugee Student Movement of 1956-57 and Canada." Canadian ethnic studies/études ethniques au Canada, 30, no.1 (1998):19-49.

Book Reviews


Erzsébet Andics, A Habsburgok és Romanovok Szövetsége; az 1849. évi cári intervenció diplomáciai elötörténete [The Alliance of the Habsburgs and the Romanovs; the diplomatic prehistory of the tsarist intervention in Hungary in 1849]. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1961. 452 pp. SLAVIC AND EAST-EUROPEAN STUDIES 11, Nos.1-2 (Spring-Summer 1966): 61-62.

Oszkár Sashegyi, Az Abszolutizmuskori Levéltár (The Archive of the Era of Absolutism). Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1965. 522 pp.

Jewish Nobles and Geniuses in Modern Hungary. WILLIAM O. MCCAGG. Boulder: East European Quarterly, 1972. Pp. 254. $9.00. (Available in Canada through McGill-Queen's University Press)
in
Canadian Slavonic Papers 17 (1975): 306-307

GYöRGY SPIRA. A Hungarian Count in the Revolution of 1848. Translated revised by RICHARD E. ALLEN. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó. 1974. Pp. 345. $14.00. in The American Historical Review 81, No. 2 (April 1976): 422.

The Hungarian Labor Service System 1939-1945. RANDOLPH L. BRAHAM. Bolder, Col.: East European Quarterly, 1977. x, 159 pp. $11.00. (Distributed by Columbia University Press).
in Canadian Slavonic Papers - Revue Canadienne des Slavistes. Vol. 21, No. 1 (March 1979): 137-138.

Hungary in Early 1848: The Constitutional Struggle Against Absolutism in Contemporary Eyes. By Edsel Walter Stroup. Foreword by Steven Bela Vardy. Buffalo, New York - Atlanta, Georgia: Hungarian Cultural Foundation, 1977.
In The Canadian-American Review of Hungarian Studies 5, No.1 (Spring 1978): 86-97.

The Lawful Revolution: Louis Kossuth and the Hungarians, 1848-1849. By I. Deak. New York: Columbia University Press, 1979. xxiv, 415 pp. +16 pp. plates. $22.50.
In Slavic Review Vol. ?No. ?(1980?) pp.668-669.

The Prague Slav Congress of 1848. LAWRENCE D.ORTON. Boulder, Col.: East European Quarterly, 1978. vii, 187 pp., $13.50. (Distributed by Columbia University Press).In Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue Canadienne des Slavistes 22, No.3 (September 1980): 438-439.

Ivan Volgyes. Hungary: A Nation of Contradictions (Westview Profiles,Nations of Contemporary Eastern Europe series). Boulder, Col.: Westview Press, 1982. viii, 113 pp. $16.50.In Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue Canadienne des Slavistes 25, No.2 (June 1983): 345-346.

Rebecca Gates Coon, Az Esterházy-birtokról , KLIO 8, No.3 (1999): 80-81.

Frank, Tibor. From Habsburg Agent to Victorian Scholar: G. G. Zerifi, 1820-1892. Christopher Sullivan and Tibor Frank, trans. Atlantic Studies on Society and Change, vol. 105. Boulder: Social Science Monographs, 2000. Pp. 469.Austrian History Yearbook 34 (2003): 340-342.

Internet

Review of Gyorgy Litvan, ed., "The Hungarian Revolution of 1956: Reform, Revolt and Repression, 1953-1963," HABSBURG, H-Net Reviews, September, 1996. URL:
http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=3079849119801.

"Review of Rebecca Gates-Coon, "The Landed Estates of the Esterházy Princes:Hungary during the Reforms of Maria Theresia and Joseph II," HABSBURG, H-Net Reviews, March, 1996.
URL:http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=3411851708892

"Review of Klára Dóka, Egyházi birtokok Magyarországon a 18-19.
században," [Ecclesiastical Land Estates in Hungary in the 18th and 19th Centuries]. HABSBURG, H-Net Reviews, August, 1998. URL:
http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=13378904050857

Ignac Romsics and Bela K. Kiraly, eds. Geopolitics in the Danube Region:
Hungarian Reconciliation Efforts, 1848-1998. Atlantic Studies on Society in Change, vol. 97. Budapest: CEU Press, 1999. http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=27139953316084

Book reviews in the American Historical Review, Slavic Review, Canadian Slavonic Papers, etc.

Speeches

A Brief Outline of the History of the Jews of Hungary


Research in progress

Canada and the Hungarian Refugee Movement of 1956-57 (book)

Canada and the Making of the Hungarian Peace Treaty of 1947