VERITAS Research Institute for History and Archives


09 June 2017

On the occasion of the seventieth anniversary of the signing of the peace treaty that brought WWII to an end, the VERITAS Research Institute for History is organizing a conference. Welcoming remarks will be made by István Íjgyártó, Minister of State for Cultural and Science Diplomacy, and Sándor Szakály, Director of the Institute.

Scheduled to present:

  • Lajos Izsák (Eötvös Loránd University) – The Disenfranchisement of the Hungarians of Slovakia and their Expulsion from their Homeland (1944–1949)
  • Árpád Hornyák (University of Pécs) – Yugoslav Political Aspirations and Territorial Demands on Hungary following WWII
  • Szilárd Tóth (Babeș-Bolyai University) – Transylvania, Between Hungary and Romania
  • Gábor Hollósi (VERITAS) – The Widening of the Bridgehead at Pozsony (Bratislava)
  • Dávid Kiss (VERITAS)  – Hungarian Armed Forces: 1947–1953
  • László Orosz (VERITAS)  – Collective Punishment of the Ethnic Germans of Hungary
  • János Rácz (VERITAS)  – Domestic and International Media Coverage of the 1946–1947 Paris Peace Conference
  • János Sáringer (VERITAS)  – Consequences of the Paris Peace Treaty on the Organizational Structure and Personnel of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Tibor Zinner (VERITAS)  – Hungary, on the Anniversary of 1946–47

Location: Eötvös József Collegium (Dormitory), Ménesi út (Road) 11–13, Budapest

Date: 10 AM to 3 PM on (Friday) June 9th, 2017


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