Andreas Gémes

Deconstruction of a Myth?
Austria and the Hungarian Refugees of 1956-57

Introduction The wave of refugees created by the 1956 Hungarian revolution constitutes a particularly interesting example of political migration. When studying this exodus and its effects, Hungary’s Western neighbour Austria deserves special attention since it was the country that at first received the majority of the refugees. Large-scale refugee movements typically have important political and …
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