MHSO, and Susan Papp-Zubrits, Hungarian interview - Ivan Beky-Halasz, 1979.
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|Title||Hungarian interview - Ivan Beky-Halasz|
|Published||MHSO, and Susan Papp-Zubrits, Hungarian interview - Ivan Beky-Halasz, 1979.|
|Description||Ivan Beky-Halasz gives his reasons for leaving his homeland of Hungary, and talks about his experiences during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. Mr. Beky-Halasz then immigrated to Canada, and he talks about the first occupations he held in his new home. In Canada, Mr. Beky-Halasz became involved in activities within the Hungarian community. He also did some work compiling bibliographical finding aids, and with Hungarian TV. He gives his opinions on the strengths and weakness of community organizations and activities, including the Laszlo Nemeth Society and the TANU newspaper. Mr. Beky-Halasz talks about his work as a sculptor and poet. He compares the different waves of Hungarian immigrants to Canada, and also speculates on the future of these communities outside of Hungary.|