HUNGARY: Nationalism

Last week's staggering crises, diplomatic reversals, panics, had one plain effect on the Balkans. They sent citizens back to the simple nationalistic faith of their fathers like bombed refugees running for an air-raid shelter. Plain from Lake Balaton to the Black Sea, the trend was plainest in Hungary, where Hungarians had plenty of reasons for uneasiness: their

Foreign Minister was racing from one Axis capital to another, and no word of his policy appeared in their press; they were involved in a growing Polish-German conflict, but did not know how deeply; they were...

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