Atheneum. . In original illustrated paper, designed by Mihály Biró. 32 p.
A photobook illustrating parades, demonstrations, buildings and statues that arose in the 1919 Hungarian Soviet Republic, a communist revolution that installed the Béla Kun régime lasting 133 days. These photographs have become documents of the short-lived era. The statues and building structures were destroyed in the toppling of the régime le by Admiral Miklós Horthy, the victorious Romanian army occupation and the subsequent White Terror of 1920–21 led by Horthy’s government.