Memoirs and other writings, relating to communism in Hungary up to World War II, relations between Hungarian communists and the Communist International, the relationship of György Lukács to the Hungarian communist party, and Hungarian émigré life in Australia; and Hungarian communist flags.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, notes, reports, printed matter, and photographs, relating to political conditions in Hungary during the transition from communist to post-communist regime, socialist movements in Hungary, and Hungarian foreign relations.
Relates to Hungarian diplomacy, Hungarian-German relations, and conditions in Croatia during World War II; and to Hungarian diplomacy, Hungarian-Soviet relations, and conditions in Austria in the immediate postwar period. Includes a synopsis in English and the passport of L. Bartók.
Clippings, relating to the trials of Hungarian political leaders accused of war crimes during World War II; and a memorandum, relating to a conversation with László Bárdossy, prime minister of Hungary, 1941-1942, on the eve of his execution in 1946.
Interview transcripts, reports, clippings, and printed matter, relating to the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, political events in Hungary during World War II, the trial of Edgar Sanders in 1950-1951, and the espionage trial of Oleg Penkovskiĭ and Greville Wynne in 1962.
Correspondence, dispatches, radio broadcast scripts, personal documents, memoranda, and photographs, relating to Hungary during World War II, postwar Hungarian émigré affairs, and radio broacasting to Hungary.