13618>by Gusztáv Kosztolányi Click here to read Part One of this series of articles The accusations levelled in the Szeghalom affair had assumed such damaging proportions as to compel László Gál and his superiors in the Ministry of Home Affairs as well as the customs authorities to respond publicly. Gál was particularly aggrieved by the […]

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