Hungarian Studies Review Vol. 24., 1997

^Hungarian Studies tReviezu Vol. XXIV, Nos. 1-2 (Spring-Fall, 1997) In this volume Myron Momryk tells the story of Hungarian-Canadian volunteers in the Spanish Civil war, Johanna Granville examines Yugoslav relations with Hungary and the Soviet Union during 1956, George Bisztray analyses literary works whose hero is Ignac Sem­melweis, Stephen Bela Vardy comments on attitudes to the Treaty of Trianon in post-communist Hungary, and Janos Mazsu surveys the evolution of the Hungarian intelligentsia to 1914. The volume is completed by Eliza Gardiner's bibliography of Hungarian drama in English translation, review articles by S.B. Vardy and George Bisztray, as well as several shorter reviews.