"The Greatest of Hungarians": István Széchenyi (1791-1860)Edit
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Profiles: A Programme by Zoltán Csáky
The Worlds of Széchenyi – an exhibition organized by the Hungarian National Museum presenting the life of Count István Széchenyi, "the greatest of Hungarians" as his political opponent, Lajos Kossuth called him.
- Duna Televízió
- Publication date:
- 18 March 2011