HUNGARY: Karolyi's Treason

At Budapest, the Hungarian Supreme Court confirmed the finding of a lower court—namely, that Count Michael Karolyi (TIME, July 16, 1923) was guilty of high treason (TIME, Nov. 3, 1924). The Supreme Court also up- held the previous sentence of confiscation of all his personal and entailed property, amounting to many millions of dollars. All that was allowed from the estate, before it became State property was $42,000 for legal fees to Karolyi's attorney. The report on the findings of the Supreme Court was obviously incomplete ; no mention was made of the...

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