Kerepeszki Bibliography

List of References

Primary Sources

Ádám, Magda and Ormos, Mária, eds. Francia diplomáciai iratok a Kárpát-medence történetéről 1919-1920. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 2004.

Bandholtz, Harry Hill. An Undiplomatic Diary by the American Member of the Inter-Allied Military Mission to Hungary, 1919-1920. New York: Columbia University Press, 1933.

Boroviczény, Aladár von. Der König und sein Reichsverweser. München: Verlag für Kulturpolitik, 1924.

Budapesti Hírlap

Chicago Tribune

Miklós Lojkó, ed. British Policy on Hungary 1918-1919. A Documentary Sourcebook. London: School of Slavonic and East European Studies, 1995.

Documents on German Foreign Policy 1918-1945. Series C (1933-1937), Volume I: The Third Reich: First Phase. January 30-October 14, 1933. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1957.

Documents on German Foreign Policy 1918-1945. Series C (1933-1937), Volume V: The Third Reich: First Phase. March 5-October 31, 1936. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1966.

Documents on German Foreign Policy 1918-1945. Series D (1937-1945), Volume XII: The War Years. February 1-June 22, 1941. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1962.

Gibson, Hugh, ed. The Ciano Diaries 1939-1943. The complete, unabridged diaries of Count Galeazzo Ciano, Italian minister for foreign affairs, 1936-1943. Simon Publications, 2001.

Gunther, John. “Hapsburgs Again?” Foreign Affairs 12, no. 4 (1934): 579–591.

Hansard, British Parliamentary Debates. https://hansard.parliament.uk/

Horthy, Nicholas. Memoirs. Corvinus Library. http://www.hungarianhistory.com/lib/horthy/horthy.pdf.

Le Monde Illustré

Lengyel, Emil. “Ex-Empress Zita’s Plans to Restore Habsburg Monarchy.” Current History 28, no. 3 (1928): 386–389.

New Britain Daily Herald

New York Evening Post

The New York Times

Ránki, György, Pamlényi, Ervin, Tilkovszky, Loránt and Juhász, Gyula eds. A Wilhelmstrasse és Magyarország. Német diplomáciai iratok Magyarországról 1933-1944. Budapest: Kossuth Könyvkiadó, 1968.

The Sunday Star

The Times

Újság

Ujváry, Dezső, ed. Papers and Documents Relating to the Foreign Relations of Hungary, Volume I-II. Budapest: Hungarian Ministry for Foreign Affairs, 1939-1946.

Secondary Sources

Ablonczy, Balázs. Pál Teleki (1879–1941). The Life of a Controversial Hungarian Politician. New York: Center for Hungarian Studies and Publications, Inc., Columbia University Press, 2006.

Békés, Márton. “A legitimisták és a legitimizmus.” In A magyar jobboldali hagyomány, 1900-1948, edited by Ignác Romsics, 214–242. Budapest: Osiris Kiadó, 2009.

Bern, Andrea. “A frankhamisítás és a magyar királykérdés 1925/1926.” Napi Történelmi Forrás (blog). 2017. http://ntf.hu/index.php/2017/12/23/a-frankhamisitas-es-a-magyar-kiralykerdes-19251926/.

Bern, Andrea. “Az aostai herceg és magyar királysága – I. felvonás: 1921.” Napi Történelmi Forrás (blog). 2017. https://ntf.hu/index.php/2017/11/10/az-aostai-herceg-es-magyar-kiralysaga-i-felvonas-1921/.

Bern, Andrea. “Connaught hercege és Szent István koronája: Az angol szabadkőműves nagymester, mint magyar királyjelölt.” Napi Történelmi Forrás (blog). 2017. https://ntf.hu/index.php/2017/12/08/connaught-hercege-es-szent-istvan-koronaja-az-angol-szabadkomuves-nagymester-mint-magyar-kiralyjelolt/.

Bodó, Béla. “Hungarian Aristocracy and the White Terror.” Journal of Contemporary History 45, no. 4 (2010): 703–724.

Brennan, Christopher. “Sinner, Saint – or Cipher? The Austrian Republic and the Death of Emperor Karl I.” In Embers of Empire. Continuity and Rupture in the Habsburg Successor States after 1918, edited by Paul Miller and Claire Morelon, 229–257. New York and Oxford: Berghahn, 2019.

Brook-Shepherd, Gordon. Uncrowned Emperor. The Life and Times of Otto von Habsburg. London and New York: Hambledon & London, 2004.

Cornwall, Mark. “News, Rumour and the Control of Information in Austria-Hungary, 1914–1918.” History 77, no. 249 (1992): 50–64.

Csíky, Balázs. Serédi Jusztinián, Magyarország hercegprímása. Budapest: MTA Bölcsészettudományi Kutatóközpont Történettudományi Intézet, MTA–PPKE Fraknói Vilmos Római Történeti Kutatócsoport, 2018.

Fiziker, Róbert. “‘A legközelebbi ünnepnapra” várva. Királykérdés Magyarországon és Ausztriában, 1922–1938.” Pro Publico Bono 6, (2018): 58–75.

Fiziker, Róbert. “Egy fiókban maradt alternatíva. Királykérdés a Külügyminisztériumi Levéltár fennmaradt irataiban (1922-1938).” Századok 155, no. 5 (2021): 959–978.

Kardos, József. A Szent Korona-tan és a legitimizmus. Budapest: Gondolat Kiadó, 2012.

Kardos, József. “Fordulat a legitimista törekvésekben. Gróf Apponyi Albert legitimizmusa.” In Történelem, régió, politika, edited by Pál Koudela and Irén Simándi, 65–72. Székesfehérvár: Kodolányi János Egyetem – Alba Civitas Történeti Alapítvány, 2020.

Képes, György. “Regent without a King? Nicholas Horthy’s Position as “Governor” in the Light of Hungarian Constitutional History.” In Medzi Trianonom a retribúciou Slovensko-maďarské vzťahy z právneho pohľadu. Between Trianon and Retribution Slovak-Hungarian Relations from Legal Point of View, edited by Tomáš Gábriš, Dagmar Lantajová and Martin Bulla, 217–251. Trnava: Trnavská univerzita v Trnave, Právnická fakulta, 2021.

Macartney, Carlile A. October Fifteenth. A History of Modern Hungary 1929-1945. 2 vols. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1956-1957.

Mathey, Éva. “Lord Rothermere and Hungarian Revisionism.” Eger Journal of American Studies 13, (2012): 243–251.

Pritz, Pál. “Hungarian Foreign Policy in the Interwar Period.” Hungarian Studies 17, no. 1 (2003): 13–32.

Püski, Levente. A magyar Felsőház története 1927-1945. Budapest: Napvilág, 2000.

Püski, Levente. “The Long Farewell. Aristocracy in Hungary in the 20th Century.” The Hungarian Quarterly 49, no. 3 (2008): 115–132.

Püski, Levente. “Between Unity and Division. The Aristocracy in the Legislature of the Horthy Era.” Annales Historici Presovienses 15, no. 1 (2015): 88–102.

Romsics, Ignác. István Bethlen: A Great Conservative Statesman of Hungary, 1874-1946. New York: Columbia University Press, 1995.

Romsics, Ignác. “The Hungarian Aristocracy and its Politics.” In European Aristocracies and the Radical Right 1918-1939, edited by Karina Urbach, 187–200. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007.

Sakmyster, Thomas. Admiral on Horseback. Miklós Horthy, 1918-1944. New York: Columbia University Press, 1994.

Szabó, István. “Law I of 1920 and the Historical Constitution.” In A History of the Hungarian Constitution. Law, Government and Political Culture in Central Europe, edited by Francis Hörcher and Thomas Lorman, 159–182. New York and London: I. B. Tauris, 2018.

Takács, Péter. “On Stateform of Hungary between 1920 and 1944: Applicability of the Term “Monarchy without a King.”” Journal on European History of Law 10, no. 2 (2019): 139–148.

Tóth, Andrej. “Survey of Important Internal Moments of the Process of Birth of the Specific Political System of Interwar Hungary (1919–1922).” West Bohemian Historical Review 1, no. 2 (2011): 102–135.

Turbucz, Dávid. A Horthy-kultusz 1919-1944. Budapest: MTA Bölcsészettudományi Kutatóközpont Történettudományi Intézet, 2015.

Turbucz, Dávid. “Miklós Horthy in Poland. Official Visit, Image of Charismatic Leader and His Leader Cult. The Hungarian Interpretation.” Hungarian Studies 32, no. 2 (2018): 291–304.

Wiszowaty, Marcin Michał. “Shaken or Stirred? Polish Constitutional (Dis)continuity between 1917–2017.” Hungarian Journal of Legal Studies 60, no. 1 (2019): 95–118.

Wood, Molly M. “Diplomacy and Gossip: Information Gathering in the US Foreign Service, 1900–1940.” In When Private Talk Goes Public. Gossip in American History, edited by Kathleen A. Feeley and Jennifer Frost, 139–159. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.

Zeidler, Miklós. A revíziós gondolat. Budapest: Osiris, 2001.

Zeidler, Miklós. “Charles IV’s Attempted Returns to the Hungarian Throne.” In Karl I. (IV.), der Erste Weltkrieg und das Ende der Donaumonarchie, edited by Andreas Gottsmann, 269–284. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2007.