The story of Raoul Wallenberg – who, at immense personal risk, rescued many of Budapest’s Jews from the Holocaust – is one of the most remarkable of World War II. Yet the complete account of his life and fate can only be told now.
Nick Barlay’s Scattered Ghosts tells the 200-year story of his Hungarian Jewish family through war, Holocaust and revolution. Released today, below is extract surrounding the events of the revolution in Budapest 1956.
100 years since he was born, and more than twenty years since he was in power, János Kádár remains a dominant figure in Hungarian society.