Due to the Covid-19 outbreak and the nationwide lockdown in Israel, orders will be processed subject to the constraints at Yad Vashem and our warehouse. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Randolph L. Braham
The Treatment of Hungarian Jews in German-Occupied Europe
Bona fide Hungarian Jews living throughout Nazi-dominated Europe enjoyed the protection of their government until the German occupation of Hungary in March 1944. Like the Jews resident in Hungary, they suffered restrictive anti-Jewish measures, which gradually eliminated their participation in both economic and socio-cultural life. The Hungarian government’s protection abroad afforded them de facto equality along with local non-Jewish Hungarian nationals as long as the integrity, sovereignty, and territorial independence of Hungary persisted.