"This book can be regarded as the basic work of authentic chronicles, the laying of a festive table with personal thoughts covering our common past, present and future. We should read it and take possession of it with pride."
/György Fekete, honorary President of the Hungarian Academy of Arts/
"I believe this book to be an important one that deserves to be read not only in Hungary and the Hungarian diaspora—where it will be appreciated, indeed treasured—but also read by those abroad who need to be reminded of what the Hungarian Revolution was and why it should be cherished by all decent people."
/John O'Sullivan, editor and columnist, President of the Danube Institute/
The video of the event is available here: