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Charles Fenyvesi

CHARLES FENYVESI (Debrecen, 1937) took part in the 1956 Revolution, then left Hungary and settled in the United States. Won a scholarship to Harvard and graduated in 1960. Has been a journalist since 1962, winding up with The Washington Post and later with U.S. News & World Report. Has written six nonfiction books and is now trying his luck as a playwright. His works include When the World Was Whole, When Angels Fooled the World: Rescuers of Jews in Wartime Hungary and Splendor in Exile: the Ex-Majesties of Europe.


14 May 2015
"The American, British and Canadian soldiers who waded ashore in Normandy on 6 June 1944 had no idea that their top commanders had in their hands an amazingly detailed and accurate blueprint of German defences and military strategy. Oshima’s reports secured the success of the landing that the best experts in the world had considered suicidal."
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