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The Suicide of Germany

The German population is aged and the birthrate is dangerously low: 1.38 children per woman. The immigrants are replacing the German population, which has been disappearing little by little. The Germans who pass away are the Christians or, more often, non-religious secularists. As everywhere in Europe, Christianity is disappearing; the immigrants replacing the Germans are Muslim.

Bővebben: The Suicide of Germany

Az apostol - The Apostle

SÁNDOR PETŐFI

THE APOSTLE

A NARRATIVE POEM

(1848)

TRANSLATED BY VICTOR CLEMENT

CORVINA PRESS

Title of the Hungarian original: AZ APOSTOL

The quotation on the cover is from the manuscript of The Apostle, in Petőfi's own hand

Illustrations by

FERENC MARTYN

© CORVINA BUDAPEST 1961 Kossuth Printing Office, Budapest

Bővebben: Az apostol - The Apostle

Celts and Magyars

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CELTS AND MAGYARS

Sándor Timaru-Kast

I. EUROPE'S IRON AGE PEOPLE

About the origin of the Celts, their arrival in Europe and their settling in the Carpathian Basin

The Celts

"The first people living in this land (Hungary) whose name was preserved, were the Celtic people who swarmed out of Asia 5-600 years B.C. These people were already familiar with iron which is more perfect than stone or bronze. They occupied the land with weapons made of iron and thus became lords over this land. They cultivated the land, engaged in animal husbandry, conducted commerce.." wrote the Hungarian author Elek Benedek in his book "Hazánk története" (1927/1995, p. 5.)

Bővebben: Celts and Magyars

János Vitéz - John the Valiant

JÁNOS VITÉZ
Petőfi Sándor

Translated by
John Ridland
as

John the Valiant

Bővebben: János Vitéz - John the Valiant

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