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The Gloria Victis statue expresses the aspirations of all people in their hunger for freedom. It is a memorial to all nations defeated by brutal force, whose love of liberty and spirit must stay alive to strive to free themselves again.

San Francisco Freedom Fighters Remember 1956

Hungarian organizations and churches in the San Francisco Bay Area formed a joint committee in March 2016, to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the Hungarian revolution and Freedom Fight of 1956. The Hungarian Heritage Foundation of the San Francisco Bay Area, and 12 groups hosted a series of five events from October 21 through October 23, […]

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A century of Rebellion and Revival in the Arts

Hungarian Rebellion and Revival in the Arts at the Boca Raton Museum

HIF proudly supported the Art of Hungary exhibit displaying a century of “Rebellion and Revival” in the visual arts viewed by thousands of visitors at the Boca Raton Museum of Art. HIF Executive Director Anna Smith Lacey joined the exhibit’s supporters for the museum’s special Sponsor Recognition dinner and  former US Ambassador Nancy Brinker’s talk on the role of […]

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Ms. Anna Péczeli

Hungarian Security Scholar Presents at Prestigious Nuclear Security Conference

HIF proudly supported the participation of Hungarian security expert Anna Péczeli at the 2016 ISAC-ISSS Conference hosted by the University of Notre Dame, where about 200 scholars gathered to exchange views about the challenges of the international security system. Anna Péczeli, visiting Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University […]

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Dr. Sandor Udvary, Dr. Beatrix Borbás and Dr. Mátyás Módos with HIF Executive Director Anna Smith Lacey

Hungarian Scholars at the Federalist Society’s Annual Meeting

HIF proudly supported the participation of three outstanding legal scholars, dr Sándor Udvary, dr Beatrix Borbás, and dr Mátyás Módos at the Federalist Society’s Annual National Lawyers Convention, the largest gathering of legal professionals from around the US held this week in Washington DC. Every Fall, lawyers, law students, and other individuals interested in law […]

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World-class Hungarian Pianist Adam György at Faneuil Hall

Hungarian Society of Massachusetts Commemorates 1956

HIF was a proud supporter of a series of events in Boston, MA commemorating the 1956 Revolution hosted by the Hungarian Society of Massachusetts. Executive Director Anna Smith Lacey represented HIF at a number of the programs, which among others, included a wreath laying ceremony at Liberty Square and an impressive commemoration at historic Faneuil Hall featuring keynote speaker Balázs Somogyi […]

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