2 edition of Kanadai Magyar Ujsag and the politics of the Hungarian Canadian elite, 1928-1938 found in the catalog.
Kanadai Magyar Ujsag and the politics of the Hungarian Canadian elite, 1928-1938
Bibliography: p. -52.
|Series||Occasional papers in ethnic and immigration studies -- O. P. 78-3, Occasional papers on ethnic and immigration studies -- O.P. 78-3.|
|Contributions||Multicultural History Society of Ontario.|
|LC Classifications||F5031H8 P38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
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Kanadai Magyar Ujság and the politics of the Hungarian Canadian elite, Toronto: Multicultural History Society of Ontario, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Carmela Patrias.
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Visible evidence of the Hungarian presence in Toronto is sparse and scattered. There is the Hungarian Canadian Cultural Centre (Hungarian House) at Sunrise Avenue, Budapest Park down by the lakeshore, a statue of poet Endre Ady by Geza Csorba on the campus of the University of Toronto, and a handful of restaurants.
The iconic Coffee Mill.