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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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Hungary has experienced something of a Horthy cult revival in recent years, with new statues dedicated to him and streets named after him.
108) Under its first postcommunist government, Hungary reburied Admiral Horthy in the (albeit "private") presence of several members of the government.
2216 has criminalized Horthy militias and the ousted Saleh, and acknowledged the legitimate government, in Yemen, noting at the same time that it is not permissible for United Nations to elicit information from the rebels and pointing out that such information from the putschists Houthis, would mislead the Yemeni public opinion.
In 1944 Hungarian leader and Nazi ally Miklos Horthy began secret peace negotiations with Russia.
The iconic diva of the Horthy era was accused of spying in wartime, imprisoned, tortured, and banned on radio and in theaters in her home country in 1944; after her release, she saved Jews from certain execution on the Danube banks.
a reference to the Hungarian Prime Minister serving under the authoritarian regency of Miklos Horthy.
14) El antecesor de Rakosi fue Miklos Horthy (1868-1957), quien tras derrocar en 1919 al gobierno de Bela Kun y reprimir ferozmente a los comunistas, impuso su "regencia" totalitaria hasta 1944, cuando, tras deportar a 437,000 judios a Auschwitz, trato de cambiar de bando en la guerra y fue arrestado por los nazis.
The Molnar family endorsed Governor Miklos Horthy and his followers and Molnar herself regarded Horthy with special respect for two main reasons.
En el contexto del levantamiento hungaro de octubre de 1956 que demandaba la democratizacion y que dio paso a la toma de poder por parte de Janos Kadar e Imre Nagy, la CIA intento colaborar con la destitucion del regimen comunista mediante un aglutinamiento de miles de hombres leales a Horthy y operativos armados que pertenecieron en el pasado al partido Nazi en Alemania, quienes infiltraron el pais desde la frontera con Austria y asesinaron un gran numero de judios en las revueltas, pues estos anti-semitas consideraban a los judios como comunistas que habian tomado control del pais y merecian ser castigados y expurgados.
8) This class is made up of a colorful multitude: I would place in it the pre-war regimes of the Hungarian regent Miklos Horthy and the Polish statesman Jozef Pilsudsky, or that of the Argentinean president Juan Domingo Peron in the post-war era.
In 1931 the French authorities awarded him the National Order of the Legion of Honour; however, he would not accept the Hungarian equivalent distinction Matthias Corvinus Medal, which was to be awarded the same year by the pro-Nazi Hungarian government of Miklos Horthy.
On the walls of the room are maps showing Hungary before it lost its territory in 1920, photographs of Admiral Miklos Horthy, who led Hungary from 1920 to 1944 and orchestrated the country's World War II alliance with Nazi Germany, and a poster saying, "Radical Change.