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History paper by Rajec, Elizabeth Molnár (all papers)
A 1956 Refugee Remembers
A personal report of a Hungarian asylum seeker - after the Soviet Union crushed the rebellion in 1956, reporting on difficulties crossing the Iron Curtain, on camp life experience in Vienna, on difficulties crossing the ocean on the U.S. military boat named after General Walker, on arrival in Camp Kilmer in New Jersey and on adjusting to western life style in New York. The illustrated report is based on my book entitled CLIMBING OUT FROM UNDER THE SHADOW, published in 2010.
Brief Professional Bio:
Elizabeth Molnar Rajec is a retired professor emerita,Fulbright scholar, PEN member, academic librarian from City College CUNY, published author on Franz Kafka and Ferenc Molnar. The latest among her many publications is Climbing Out From Under the Shadow, New York, 2010.