Legendary Hungarian kings
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Five Hungarian kings who are already legendary for various reasons. But let us not be deceived by the legend, especially the famous legendary rulers in this book. About those who, after centuries or even a thousand years, everyone knows (or thinks they know) who the king was, what he did, and why it feels good to remember him, to mention his great deeds. Even if it was not so bright, so good when viewed up close, the author has thoroughly delved into the various eras of Hungarian history and reveals the results of his research to readers here. As always: in a pleasurable style, with surprising twists and turns, he looks back on the life of the bloodthirsty holy king Stephen with a fresh, twenty-first century view. László, the king of successes, was a famous man in his time, but why ...? And there is IV. Béla, the ruler of the Tartar invasion, appeared as a legendary homemaker after the legendary defeats. Was it really fair for King Matthias, whose life is nowhere to be found, and surprising things are revealed on these pages? And at the end of the line of legendary kings there is Ferenc József, who sat on the Hungarian throne for sixty-eight years, during which time he became a legendary king for many reasons, but here too it is worth scratching the glittering surface a bit ...
|publisher||RINGER GARDEN FOR RENT|
|year of publication||2016|
|binding||soft board, glued|