Will the quest to determine the final resting place of a Hungarian national hero mean disturbing the peace of his relatives? by Laszlo Szocs BUDAPEST, Hungary–Controversy in Hungary has raged for years among scientists, historians, and authorities on whether to exhume the close relatives of 19th-century poet and revolutionary hero Sandor Petofi (1823-1849?), including his […]

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