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        12th district mayor praised for confronting family history

        Thursday, January 23rd, 2020

        A rabbi welcomes Budapest 12th district mayor Zoltán Pokorni’s courage in facing up to his family history and publicly discussing his grandfather’s involvement in the murder of Jews in World War Two. READ MORE

        Responsibility of WW2 Allies in Hungary’s Nazi occupation

        Thursday, March 21st, 2019

        In the leading online left-wing liberal news site, a historian accuses a colleague of trying to whitewash Hungarian leaders of responsibility for the Holocaust, by suggesting that the occupation in March 1944 was provoked by the Allied powers in clear disregard for the fate of Hungarian Jews. READ MORE

        Remembering Hungary’s occupation by Nazi Germany

        Wednesday, March 20th, 2019

        A historian remembering Hungary’s 1944 occupation contends that the Allied powers ignored the fate of Hungarian Jews. Another young historian calls for a more nuanced and less politicized interpretation of the 1944 events. READ MORE

        House of Fates to open in 2019

        Monday, October 8th, 2018

        A libertarian pundit finds it sad that the completion of the House of Fates, originally scheduled for inauguration four years ago, is taking so long. He thinks that more transparency concerning the planned exhibits could help to resolve the debates over the new museum. READ MORE

        Fidesz accused of anti-Semitism again

        Friday, April 20th, 2018

        As the government pledges to fight anti-Semitism and other forms of racism, a group of western European intellectuals accuses Fidesz of anti-Semitism. A left-wing columnist agrees, the two pro-government dailies protest. READ MORE

        Son of Saul wins the Oscar

        Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016

        As László Nemes’ drama is awarded the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, commentators offer various interpretations of the movie, but all agree that it is an important work of art. READ MORE

        Holocaust denier sentenced to fine – or jail

        Monday, January 11th, 2016

        As a Facebook commenter is sentenced to pay a high fine or go to prison for Holocaust denial, commentators wonder whether  sanctioning hate speech makes sense as a means of fighting anti-Semitism. READ MORE

        Holocaust-comparisons in migration debates

        Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

        A left-wing pundit protests against the use of the Holocaust as an argument in controversies over the current migration wave. He warns that such practices are tantamount to trivialising the Holocaust. READ MORE

        Catholic university’s Holocaust course

        Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015

        Conservative pundits disagree over a decision by the Péter Pázmány Catholic University to launch a mandatory course on the Holocaust.
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        Hungary protests against Holocaust comments by FBI director

        Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

        Népszabadság takes up the defence of FBI director James Corney who said that Nazis and their accomplices in many countries, including Hungary, thought they were doing the right thing. The left-wing daily says leading Hungarian government politicians have amply confessed Hungary’s war time sins. READ MORE