Some 150 donors contributed 15,000 photographs to the Fortepan online archive in 2021, including the legacy of film director György Révész, the aviation history pictures of Ferenc Nasztanovics and Milkó’s collection of local history from Szabadka (now Subotica in Serbia). Two important photojournalistic authors, Zoltán Szalay and Tamás Urbán, also added new frames to the site.

1956 anti-Soviet uprising commemorated at online conference

Hungarians rose up when they were betrayed by the major global powers because they are a free people, Human Resources Minister Miklos Kasler said in a letter read out at an online conference commemorating Hungary's failed anti-Soviet uprising of 1956 on Tuesday.

Hungarian state purchases Batthyany family documents

The Hungarian state has purchased a collection of 520 documents pertaining to the aristocratic Hungarian Batthyany family, stored for the past 75 years in Vienna, for 5.6 million euros, an official of the Prime Minister's Office said on Monday.

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Hungarian state purchases Batthyany family documents

The Hungarian state has purchased a collection of 520 documents pertaining to the aristocratic Hungarian Batthyany family, stored for the past 75 years in Vienna, for 5.6 million euros, an official of the Prime Minister's Office said on Monday.

Photo archive keeps growing with important donations

Some 150 donors contributed 15,000 photographs to the Fortepan online archive in 2021, including the legacy of film director György Révész, the aviation history pictures of Ferenc Nasztanovics and Milkó’s collection of local history from Szabadka (now Subotica in Serbia). Two important photojournalistic authors, ...

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Hungarian state purchases Batthyany family documents

The Hungarian state has purchased a collection of 520 documents pertaining to the aristocratic Hungarian Batthyany family, stored for the past 75 years in Vienna, for 5.6 million euros, an official of the Prime Minister's Office said on Monday.

1956 anti-Soviet uprising commemorated at online conference

Hungarians rose up when they were betrayed by the major global powers because they are a free people, Human Resources Minister Miklos Kasler said in a letter read out at an online conference commemorating Hungary's failed anti-Soviet uprising of 1956 on Tuesday.