The Hungarian Terror: Béla Kun Strangles a Nation
Dr. Ed Fields. Here is a short but powerful history of the brutal but little-known rule of Jewish Communist Béla Kun and his bloody henchmen in Hungary after World War I.
Author Dr. Ed Fields describes—without the poison of political correctness—how Hungary was left in disarray after WWI, how Kun came to power, his alliance with Lenin and other radical Bolsheviks, how Kun ruled Hungary with an iron fist and how the Hungarian people finally rose up against his murderous regime and sent him scurrying to Crimea with the blessing of Lenin.
Many pictures of the perpetrators of the terror.
Softcover, saddle-stitched, 61 pages, color covers, 5.5 x 8.5