Hungarian Revolution 1918

War and revolution: The Hungarian anarchist movement in WW1 and the Budapest commune 1919 - Martyn Everett

Kate Sharpley Library pamphlet on the anarchist movement in Hungary and the workers control in Budapest.

1918: The Hungarian Revolution

Mihaly Karolyi

The history of the revolution which brought down the monarch and saw workers' and peasants' councils spring up across the country, only to be betrayed by its social democratic and Communist "leadership".

Rothziegel, Leo, 1892-1919

Leo Rothzeigel, right, in Budapest. Egon Erwin Kisch is beside him.

A short biography of Austrian anarchist Leo Rothziegel, who was killed in the fighting following the Hungarian Revolution of 1918.