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The Resource Carrying a secret in my heart-- : children of the victims of the reprisals after the Hungarian Revolution in 1956 : an oral history, by Zsuzsanna Kőrösi and Adrienne Molnár, (electronic resource)

Carrying a secret in my heart-- : children of the victims of the reprisals after the Hungarian Revolution in 1956 : an oral history, by Zsuzsanna Kőrösi and Adrienne Molnár, (electronic resource)

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Carrying a secret in my heart-- : children of the victims of the reprisals after the Hungarian Revolution in 1956 : an oral history
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Carrying a secret in my heart--
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children of the victims of the reprisals after the Hungarian Revolution in 1956 : an oral history
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by Zsuzsanna Kőrösi and Adrienne Molnár
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  • eng
  • hun
  • eng
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Carrying a secret in my heart-- : children of the victims of the reprisals after the Hungarian Revolution in 1956 : an oral history, by Zsuzsanna Kőrösi and Adrienne Molnár, (electronic resource)
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Carrying a secret in my heart-- : children of the victims of the reprisals after the Hungarian Revolution in 1956 : an oral history, by Zsuzsanna Kőrösi and Adrienne Molnár, (electronic resource)
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"Translated by Rachel Hideg and János Hideg"--T.p. verso
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [191]-195)
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Contents
  • "There was dad, in prison clothes"
  • Communication within the family
  • "At home we talked openly"
  • "If something becomes a taboo it is gradually buried"
  • "Why did she keep it a secret?"
  • "I didn't dare open up"
  • Stigmatisation
  • "Our family was different"
  • "The repression was so strong"
  • Society and the family
  • The Revolution
  • "We had to stand our ground"
  • "The world was divided into the good and the bad"
  • The pressure of duality
  • "In my case it was pride"
  • "I began to be confused"
  • Together again
  • "When will he come back?"
  • "It was hard for dad to get used to everyday life"
  • The turnaround
  • "I yearned all my life to find him one day"
  • "Uncertainty was part of our everyday life"
  • "... I felt an unbelievable sense of justice"
  • "At last I could visit my father's grave"
  • "There is no compensation for so much suffering"
  • The legacy
  • "It was a hard lesson"
  • "They weren't afraid to make sacrifices"
  • "I have no desire for revenge"
  • "The memory must live on"
  • "It is a very important legacy"
  • "My father became increasingly important"
  • "Get dressed, you're coming with us!"
  • A new world
  • "My mother left no stone unturned"
  • "Life became extremely difficult"
  • "It was good that we could say goodbye"
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24 cm.
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195 p.
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electronic
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Electronic text and image data.
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