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Horthy

Miklós , full name Horthy de Nagybánya. 1868--1957, Hungarian admiral: suppressed Kun's Communist republic (1919); regent of Hungary (1920--44)
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Hungaryas far-right Jobbik, the third-biggest party in Parliament, stirred outrage in early November when it unveiled a statue in Budapest of a Nazi collaborator, Miklos Horthy, the countryas fascist leader during World War II.
337), or from a brutally frank assessment of its leader, Admiral Miklos Horthy, whose nationalism he characterizes as "perfervid and blinkered even by Hungarian standards" (p.
Counterrevolutionary forces under Admiral Miklos Horthy, formerly of the Austro-Hungarian navy, defeated the communists and restored order.
This disaster made way for a rightist regency under Admiral Miklos Horthy, which the Allies helped to install in a strife-ridden Hungary.
The Arrow Cross, an ultra-right-wing political party founded by Ferenc Szalasi, a cashiered army officer, was relatively insignificant in the late 1930s and early '40s, until Regent Miklos Horthy, Hungary's head of state, decided to cut his alliance with Nazi Germany and withdraw from the war with the Soviet Union.
When Admiral Miklos Horthy became Hungary's dictator after Kun's fall, he could easily blame the country's problems on "Jewish Bolsheviks.
Miklos Horthy and Bela Kun are names from which country's 20thcentury history?
Partly as a consequence of Kun's 133 days in power, the counter-revolutionary government of Regent Miklos Horthy was both anti-communist and anti-Semitic, communists and Jews being, in the traumatized minds of many Hungarians, interchangeable identities.
6, which later became a national holiday to mark the name's day of Miklos Horthy, the regent who ruled Hungary between two world wars.