|Abstract:||Monograph (ca. 1937) of Emery Radwany consists of his manuscript, "Kingdom Lost," relating personal and family reminiscences of Hungarian life and customs with related episodes from Hungarian history, 1840-1936.|
|Quantity:||2 linear in.|
Emery Radwany was born into a prominent family of the small town of Rozsnyo (now in Czechoslovakia) and grew up in Budapest. During 1928-1929 he served in the Hungarian army. In 1931, he came to the United States and was naturalized in 1936.
The Radwany, Emery collection is available for public research.
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The Radwany, Emery Papers, Hungarian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
|Hungarian American authors.|
|Hungarian Americans--Personal narratives.|
|Hungarians--Social life and customs.|
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