La Dictature du Prolétariat: Les Ravages du Bolchévisme en Hongrie
by Lebrun, Armand
95 pp. anticommunist treatise on the history of the short-lived 1919 Bolshevik revolution in Hungary, in which the socialist party led by Béla Kun overthrew the Hungarian Democratic Republic and its president Mihály Károlyi, establishing a communist state that carried out large-scale tribunals and executions known as the "Red Terror," profusely illus. (some in color) with 84 pls. incl. reproduced photographs of Budapest, Hungarian and Soviet propaganda, and orig. artwork (by the author) depicting warcrimes and other atrocities by the communists. Pages toned, ca. 15 pp. with small chip to lower foredge. Small 4to. Illus. wrpps., darkened and foxed, chipped at front tail corner. Paris (Alcan) n.d. (ca. 1920). (Inventory #: 48021)
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