Index
A Befejezetlen Mondat (The Unfinished Sentence), novel, 173
Acacia wood, 37
Academy for Criminal Judges and State Prosecutors, 103; see alsoJustice
Academy of Architecture ( Budapest), 199
Academy of Agricultural Engineering (Godollo), 199
Academy of Forestry and Mining ( Sopron), 191
Academy of Heavy Industry ( Miskolc), 199
Academy of Industrial Chemistry ( Veszprem), 199
Academy of Marxism-Leninism ( Budapest), 208
Academy of Sciences, 105, 205
Academy of Transportation ( Szolnok), 199
Acs, Lajos, biography, 392
Aczel, Tamas, writer, 181, 185; on proletarian hegemony in literature, 178
Administration, county courts, 101; county system of, 1-4; divisions of, 52, 53; local councils in, 86, 88-91, 181, 185; see alsoConstitution
Adriatic Sea, 6
Ady, Endre, writer, 169, 180
Aeronautical Federation, 163
Agitation and Propaganda Section of Hungarian Workers' (Communist) Party, 159-60
Agitprop, seeAgitation and Propaganda Section of Hungarian Workers' (Communist) Party
Agrarian reforms, 4, 5; changes in social structure due to, 69; comparative distribution, 1935-47, 234; expropriations, 233; landholdings, 231; of 1920, 231; of March 15, 1945, 232-35
Agricultural Academies, 199
Agriculture, Chap. 12; after Revolution, 382; collectivization of, 240; Communist policies for, 236-7; crops, 246-7, 246; effect of war on, 230; fixed capital formation of ( 1949-54), 223; fruit and nuts, 252; growth of net productivity ( 1949-54), 220, 221; industrial crops, 248-9; landholdings, 231; livestock, 253-7; Machine Tractor Stations, 244, 244; population economically active in, 68, 69, 71; producers' cooperatives, 237-44, 238, 239; rural proletariat, 232, 232; share in national income of, 249; socialization of, 238, 239; State farms, 239, 243; students enrolled in, 204
A Harag Napja (Day of Wrath), play, 181
Air Force, 148-149
Airlines, 316-7; freight traffic on, 333; passenger traffic on, 333
Airports, 333
A Kereszt (The Cross), organ of National Peace Committee of Catholic Priests, 163
Albania, 55
Allied Control Commission, 19-21, 26, 30, 80, 116-7
All-Union Society for Cultural Relations ( VOKS), 162
Alluvial deposits, 60
Almasfuzito, port, 43
Almonds, crop of, 252, 252
Alps, Styrian, 36, 39
Aluminum, 290, 303-5, 304, 305
Andras, Nyilas, on transportation, 319
Autos, Istvan, Minister of Finance, 376
Anyag es Adatszolgaltatas (Material and Data Supply), 159
Apples, crop of, 252
Apricots, crop of, 252
Apro, Antal, Deputy Prime Minister, 272; biography, 392-3

Note: Numbers in italics refer to maps and tables.

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  • East-Central Europe under the Communists ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface ix
  • Contents x
  • Maps xii
  • Note xiii
  • I - Introduction 1
  • 1 - Hungary in History 2
  • 2 - Hungary in International Affairs since 1945 17
  • II - Geography and Demography 33
  • 3 - The Land 34
  • 4 - The People 45
  • III - The Government 73
  • 5 - The Constitutional System and Government 74
  • 6 - The Party and Political Organizations 104
  • 7 - State Security 132
  • 8 - Propaganda and Information Media 151
  • IV - Literature and Education 167
  • 9 - Literature and the Arts 168
  • 10 - Education 190
  • V - The Economy 213
  • 11 - National Income and Its Distribution 214
  • 12 - Agriculture 229
  • 13 - Labor 259
  • 14 - Mining 284
  • 15 - Industry 291
  • 16 - Transportation and Communications 316
  • 17 - Public Health and Social Security 334
  • VI - The Hungarian Revolution 351
  • The Hungarian Revolution 352
  • Appendix 391
  • Bibliography 423
  • Index 451
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