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l. to r.: Consul General István Pásztor, Zsuzsa Lengyel (MNO), EPF (MNO), Karolina Tima Szabo (MNO), Counselor of National Cohesion Peter B. Nagy. At podium: Dr. Balázs Somogyi, President of the Wallingford Hungarian Club.
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Although this issue came out at the beginning of May, we need to add this Postscript, for this is our last chance to communicate with our loyal readers.  So please allow us to brag about the award Magyar News Online has just received from the Hungarian Consulate. 

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Erika Papp Faber

Notice to Our Readers

MAGYAR NEWS ONLINE IS CLOSED HEREWITH. WE, THE MNO TEAM, HAVE NOT AUTHORIZED ANY PERSON OR GROUP TO CONTINUE OUR INTERNET PUBLICATION.

If you would like to get back issues of MNO, see the information inside.

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Boldog Anyák Napját kivánunk minden Édesanyának!

Happy Mother's Day!

 

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MNO Swan Song

After 14 years on the Internet, it’s time to say good-bye!

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Erika Papp Faber

Joseph F. Balogh, Founder, Editor and Publisher of Magyar News

Joseph Balogh
Joseph F. Balogh, Founder, Editor and Publisher of Magyar News

As you are well aware, Magyar News Online was the successor to Joseph Balogh’s printed Magyar News. Therefore, in this our last issue, we thought it appropriate to publish a tribute to Joseph by his wife, Claudia E. Margitay-Balogh. EPF

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Claudia E. Margitay-Balogh

First Editor of MNO, Robert Donald Kranyik

As we say good-bye to our kind Readers, we think it appropriate to pay tribute to the man who launched Magyar News Online 14 years ago.

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Olga Vállay Szokolay

The MNO Team, Past and Present, and Some Parting Words
A collage presenting those involved in Magyar News Online over the years, followed by some words of parting. See the full story...

American-Hungarian Community

Mother's Day Luncheon
An invitation to the Mother's Day Luncheon at Wallingford's Hungarian Community Club. See the full story...

Msgr. Charles Boehm, First Hungarian Priest in America
Msgr. Charles Boehm, First Hungarian Priest in America
Memorial Hall is located on the crypt level of the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC. Among the multitude of tablets and plaques is one commemorating Msgr. Charles Boehm, ”First Hungarian immigrant priest in North America”. Fortuitously, it is located near the Hungarian Chapel, dedicated in 2015 (see our September 2015 issue).
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EPF

Farewell to Count Paul Benyovszky de Benyó et Urbanó
Farewell to Count Paul Benyovszky de Benyó et Urbanó

May he rest in peace!

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Charles Bálintitt Jr.

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Magyar News Classics

You May Live There, But You Belong Here
This article was originally published in the July-August 1991 issue of Magyar News See the full story...

Arts and Culture

Magyar Treasures:  Hungarian Paneled Ceilings, in a Nutshell

Church in Bánffyhunyad, with paneled ceiling (photo by EPF)
Magyar Treasures: Hungarian Paneled Ceilings, in a Nutshell

We could not close out Magyar News Online without at least a brief look at this unique Hungarian cultural treasure.  Read it with an open, inquiring mind ...

 

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Horváth Zoltán György

Foreign Observations About Hungary and Its Language

Over the years, we tried to present to you some of the unique history of Hungary, its customs, its culture, its language. So we could not leave you without some quotes by famous foreign personalities who have commented about us and our language.  Here is a small sampling.

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Prince Csaba, a Legend for Sure!

The Milky Way, known in Hungarian as Hadak útja (source: 24hu)
Prince Csaba, a Legend for Sure!

Although he was a legendary figure, Csaba had a feast day that was observed on May 30th – which is our excuse for bringing you his legend this month...

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Judit Vasmatics Paolini

Hungary Past and Present

Görgei Artúr – Was He Really a Traitor?
Görgei Artúr – Was He Really a Traitor?

It’s been 105 years since the leading General of the 1848-49 Hungarian Fight for Freedom passed on to a better life, on May 21st, 1916.  In this anniversary year, we would like to take another look at the commander who surrendered to the leader of the 200,000 Russian troops who were facing him. 

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Erika Papp Faber

Fráter György, O.S.P. (aka Juraj Utješenić and George Martinuzzi)

Cardinal Martinuzzi, known as Fráter György - 18th c. painting (from Wikimedia Commons)
Fráter György, O.S.P. (aka Juraj Utješenić and George Martinuzzi)

Because of my deep feelings for Transylvania, it is fitting that my final article for Magyar News Online is about a key figure in the history of Transylvania.

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Charles Bálintitt Jr.

It's here . . .
It's here . . .

. . . a comprehensive compendium of articles tracing the events which led to the devastating ”Treaty” of Trianon, and some of its main effects, published in Magyar News Online. 

180 pages,  plus 24-page 2nd part ! 

Print order form by clicking on the pdf button inside, and mail to the address listed on the bottom.

The P.O. Box will continue to be open indefinitely!

 

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It's a Small World/Kicsi a Világ

Did you know ...

... that this time we have several unusual items about the capital, Budapest? 

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István Arato