July 10, 2022
Sixty years ago, on 6 July 1962, Archduke Joseph Augustus Habsburg, the most Hungarian of the Habsburgs, died. He wrote his diaries in Hungarian, lived in Hungary and only fled to the West to escape the Soviet occupation. Mihály Nánay, senior researcher at the Rubicon Institute, told Index that while his ancestors had learned Hungarian and got to know Hungarians well, he had become Hungarian without any constraints, lived with a Hungarian heart and thought with a Hungarian mind.
András Sereg’s article can be found on index.hu, on the following link: