Conversations on the Jewish Question in Hungary, 1925–26

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‘Conversations on the Jewish Question’ is a series of three interviews, which were published in the Hungarian-Jewish periodical Múlt és Jövö in the years 1925–26. The interviews, which were only published in Hungarian, were conducted with Lajos Biró, Tamás Kóbor and Bernát Alexander, three leading Hungarian-Jewish intellectuals of the period. Aladár Komlós, who initiated the three conversations, was not a neutral interviewer. His own attitudes are clearly expressed in the dialogues as well as in the introductory paragraphs. The conversations, whose historical and biographical background are presented in the introduction, vividly raise key problems relating to post-emancipation European Jewry in the interwar period.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)93-109
Number of pages17
JournalJewish Culture and History
Issue number3
StatePublished - 2004


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