2 edition of Kanadai Magyar Ujsag and the politics of the Hungarian Canadian elite, 1928-1938 found in the catalog.
Kanadai Magyar Ujsag and the politics of the Hungarian Canadian elite, 1928-1938
Bibliography: p. -52.
|Series||Occasional papers in ethnic and immigration studies -- O. P. 78-3, Occasional papers on ethnic and immigration studies -- O.P. 78-3.|
|Contributions||Multicultural History Society of Ontario.|
|LC Classifications||F5031H8 P38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
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FC H95 P38 Patriots and proletarians: politicizing Hungarian immigrants in interwar Canada / Carmela Patrias. Visible evidence of the Hungarian presence in Toronto is sparse and scattered. There is the Hungarian Canadian Cultural Centre (Hungarian House) at Sunrise Avenue, Budapest Park down by the lakeshore, a statue of poet Endre Ady by Geza Csorba on the campus of the University of Toronto, and a handful of restaurants.
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