Hungarian Studies Review Vol. 14., 1987

No. 1. Spring

MSK. '.Hungarian Studies Review Vol. XIV, No. 2 (Fall, 1987) In this issue Peter Hidas examines the relationship of Hungary's public and the Habsburg military in the decade after the Hungarian War of Independence of 1848—49, Magda Nemethy writes on Laszlo Nemeth's ideas on education, and Francis S. Wagner writes on the situation and treatment of Gypsies in post-1945 Hungary. In a review article, Geza Jeszenszky examines recent works on the controversial Hungarian statesman, Istvan Tisza. These studies are followed by reviews of two "foreign language" works relating to Hungary and Hungarians.