Book Description

'A Brave man roamed the streets of Budapest at that time. He took photographs. Between October 23rd. and November 11th of 1956. So that there would be a sign. Evidence of war, purity, heroes and blood ... over 100 negatives lay concealed in an attic for long and sick decades. And then the man died. ... His widow gave the concealed photographs to the Office of History on one condition: neither her nor her husband's name could be made public ... in case they come back'.
Dealer Notes
# 27022
Author Bayer, Zsolt
Date 2000
Binding Hard cover illustrated laminated boards.
Publisher Kairosz Publishing for XX. Century Institute and Office of History, Budapest.
Illustrator Black and white photographic illustrations. Street map on lower end papers. Illustrated front end papers.
Condition A very good clean copy.
Pages 88pp. 31cm.

Price: £15.00

Offered by Peter Moore

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