On the Aster Revolution in Polish

Pál Hatos, the head of our institute has recently written a short paper for Sieci, a well-known Polish magazine, about the difficulties that Hungary faced after World War I and about the social context of the Aster Revolution and the Hungarian Soviet Republic. 

The recent issue of Sieci includes a complete section on post-World War I Hungary and renowned Hungarian historians Iván Bertényi and Miklós Zeidler also appear as guest authors in the issue.

War veterans tore off military symbols from their caps and replaced them with aster. Source:  Siklós András: Magyarország 1918-1919 (Kossuth Könyvkiadó–Magyar Hekikon 1978) - http://csepel.info/?p=16563