Austria and Hungary – A Century of Immigration

Austria and Hungary share a long and turbulent history. And so do their people.

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Tamás Fóti
Tamás Fóti was a news correspondent in Amsterdam, radio editor in Munich and freelance journalist in Brussels. Recently, he has been exploring the cultural heritage of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in Vienna.

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