Hungarian Studies Review Vol. 22., 1995

J-Cungarian Studies Review Vol. xxn, Nos. 1-2 (Spring-Fall, 1995) Special Volume: Hungary Fifty Years Ago Edited by N.F. Dreisziger In this special volume Krisztian Ungvary writes about the disastrous break-out attempt of the German and'Hungarian forces from the encircled Buda during the final days of the battlfe of EHid&pest in February, 1945; Susan Glanz examines the platforms of the political! parties that participated in Hungary's first post-war elections; Pal Pritz' analyses the war-crimes trial of former Hungarian Prime Minister Laszlo Bardossy;: and N. F. Dreisziger provides commentary on Bar­dossy's interrogation by. American military intelligence officials in July, 1945. In Part 2 of the volume Pal Pilisi reviews French documents dealing with FranceV policy toward the Danubian Basin after World War I; Bela Bodo assesses a comparative work on the evolution of Budapest and New York; and S.B. Vardy writes about the recently published encyclopedia of medieval Hungarian history.