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Dictionary - Hungarian to German, YMCA, 1956 Reg. No: HT 875
- Hungarian-German Dictionary, used by Julius Toth when he escaped from Hungary to Austria, it was published by the YMCA in 1956. In 1957 Julius came to Australia after he escaped the Russian invasion of Hungary, leaving his family in Hungary, he survived a dangerous journey alone to escape across the border to Austria. He was only able to bring a few possessions with him including his moulding tools, and cigarette holder and photo album, which were 18th birthday presents from a sister and friend.
- Brown paper booklet with extensive typed black text in Hungarian and German, there are notes and drawings throughout the booklet in blue ink.
- Acquisition Information:
- Donation from Mr Julius Toth, 2001
|Dimensions:||12.00 cm (Height), 17.20 cm (Length)|
|Tagged with:||immigration, languages, displaced persons, dictionaries, refugees, hungarian communities, hungarian immigration|
|Themes this item is part of:||Migration Collection|
|Secondary Classification:||Travel - Brought Goods|
|Tertiary Classification:||reference materials|
|Inscriptions:||Text: YMCA/CHRISTLICHER VEREINE/JUNGER MANNER/YWCA/CHRISTLICHER/ WEIBLICHER JUGEND/REDEWENDUNGEN/DEUTSCH - UNGARISCH/SZOLAMOK/NEMET-MAGYAR.|
|Publisher:||YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association), Hungary, 1956|
|User:||Mr Julius Toth, Austria, 1956-1957|