HUNGARY: Karolyi's Law Suit

Count Michael Karolyi, living in London while his wife tours the U. S. to "make a little money," scion of one of Hungary's most ancient and famous families, the man who early in 1918 took the oath of allegiance to Emperor Karl and later, in the same year, proclaimed Hungary a republic with himself as first President, who, allegedly, "sold" the country to the Bolsheviki in 1919 and who is probably the most hated man in Hungary, once more entered the legal lists to recover his confiscated property.

At Budapest, Hungarian capital, the...

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