HUNGARY: Sensation

On a smiling Sunday morning in Budapest, just after people were returning from early mass, news-venders did an unusually thriving business. The journal in demand was the Royalist As Ujsag (The News). In it, Edmund Beniczky, ex-Minister of the Interior and present leader of the Legitimists in the National Assembly, charged Admiral Horthy, the Regent, with direct complicity in the mysterious murder of two Socialist editors, Somogyi and Basco, which occurred in February, 1920* That so serious a charge could go unchallenged was, of course, impossible. The Government ordered the arrest...

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