One Must Also Be Hungarian
The only country in the world with a line in its national anthem as desperate as “this people has already suffered for its past and its future,” Hungary is a nation defined by poverty, despair, and conflict. Its history, of course, took an even darker and more tragic turn during the Holocaust. But the story of the Jews in Hungary is also one of survival, heroism, and even humor—and that is the one acclaimed author Adam Biro sets out to recover in One Must Also Be Hungarian, an inspiring and altogether poignant look back at the lives of his family members over the past two hundred years.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - thosgpetri - LibraryThing
Adam Biro and I were both born in Hungary, that is all we have in common. Still, I felt as one with him. To be Hungarian seems to be more than education or background. I felt a strong bond with the ... Read full review