VERITAS Research Institute for History and Archives

17 February 2017

The Eötvös Loránd University – Faculty of Law – Department of Hungarian Legal and Political History, the Szemere Bertalan Academic Association for the History of Hungarian Law Enforcement, Szemere Bertalan Foundation for the History of Hungarian Law Enforcement and the editorship of the publications of the Szemere Bertalan Academic Association for the History of Hungarian Law Enforcement are together organizing a symposium titled Militarily Organized Armed Units in the Service of the Defense of the Hungarian Civil State.

 

Scheduled to present:

Ferenc Csóka: The Root Meaning of ‘Guard’ and ‘Protect’ in Law Enforcement Vernacular  

János Forró: Fejér(vár) County Police Headquarters – 1945–2000  

Gábor Hodos: The Csernova Tragedy

Dr. Károly Őry: The Law Enforcement-related Reasons behind the Collapse of the Károlyi Government

Dr. József Parádi: The Law Enforcement Model of the Hungarian Civil State

Dr. János Suba: The Organization of the Militia – 1919–1920

Oszkár Szigetvári: The Investigative Service of the Hungarian Royal Gendarmerie

Sándor Verbovszki: The Csatáry Affair, Researched

Dr. Zsolt Zétényi: A Comparison of Use of Firearms Directives – Hungarian Royal Gendarmerie vs. Contemporary Hungarian Police

Symposium chairmen: until 11:05  Dr. József Boda; from 11:30  Dr. Sándor Szakály

Location: Eötvös Loránd University School of Law, Egyetem tér (Square) 1-3, Budapest

Date: 8:30 AM on (Friday) February 17th, 2017