Seventy-four years to the day after Nazi Germany’s occupation of Hungary, we are not done defending the truth of what happened in Budapest, of how Otto Komoly carried himself in the war, and whether Rudolf Kasztner’s ‘Blood for Goods’ rescue train was a noble or morally abhorrent act
No matter what you think of the philanthropist’s politics, the campaign targeting him targets us all
In ‘1945,’ parsing the complacency of those who benefited from the Holocaust
Aurora, a bar in Budapest, is a hub for Jewish and human rights groups. The local nationalist government isn’t a fan.
In criticizing George Soros’s support for the Central European University, the Premier lashes out against foreign funds—except for when that money enriches his own circle
Sebastian Gorka denies a report of his affiliations with Vitézi Rend
Does it matter if a country consciously lies about its past? An excerpt from the new book, ‘The End of Europe.’
For her latest book, the ‘haunting, urgent,’ In the Darkroom, the reporter goes digging to find her father, a Holocaust survivor who became transgender—and unearths a meditation on American and American-Jewish identity in what turns out to be the Age of Trump
Communist attitudes about religion and food turned this versatile dish into a dull spread. Now it has returned to its former glory.
Rachel Raj’s flodni—a layer cake filled with fruit, nuts, and poppy seeds—has made her a household name across Hungary
Said Hans Breuer, ‘There is too much similarity between these two situations–one 70 years ago, and one now.’
Over 6,000 documents from a 1944 census with information about the Hungarian capital’s Jews were discovered, and given to Budapest City Archives