Search results

You are looking at 1 - 2 of 2 items for :

  • "Lord lieutenancies" x
  • Manchester International Relations x
Clear All
Hungarian Jewry and the wartime Jewish refugee crisis in Austria- Hungary

arrival, the Lord Lieutenant (főispán) of Sáros county, where Bártfa was located, noted that they were indeed in a state of great privation. Contagious diseases had broken out among them, including numerous cases of scarlet fever among the children.12 The military commander assigned by Budapest to Bártfa immediately arranged for their transport to the interior of the Monarchy. Equipped with an official policy hewn out of the chaotic improvisations that characterised the initial refugee arrangements, he divided them into groups based on wealth: those with means to

in Europe on the move
Abstract only
A force for peace in the world

Hegarty; John Hume; Dr Don Keegan, Lord Lieutenant; Professor Gerry McKenna, Vice-Chancellor; Professor Jim Allen, Pro-Vice-Chancellor; members of the City Council; distinguished speakers; distinguished guests. It is a great honour to be here in Derry today. Derry is for all of us a beacon of hope and an example of the triumph of humanity and cooperation over division and despair. It is, I feel, the ideal location to address the challenges facing Ireland, Europe and the world. I am particularly happy to be in the company of John Hume. He is, in so many ways, a living

in Peacemaking in the twenty-first century