Esti Budapest

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Esti Budapest
Esti-Budapest-6-October-1956.jpg
Esti Budapest, 6 October 1956
Type Evening newspaper
Founded 2 April 1952
Language Hungarian
Ceased publication 23 October 1956
Headquarters Budapest
OCLC number 34883422

Esti Budapest (meaning Budapest at Night in English) was a Hungarian newspaper. It was published daily (except Sundays) from 2 April 1952 to 23 October 1956.

History and profile[edit]

Esti Budapest was first published on 2 April 1952.[1] The paper was the successor of Vilagossag.[1] It was an evening newspaper and featured mostly leisure- and culture-related news.[2] The paper was the organ of the Budapest Party Committee of the Hungarian Working People's Party and the Budapest City Council.[1]

Esti Budapest ceased publication on 23 October 1956 and was later replaced by Esti Hírlap.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d R. G. Carlton (1965). "Newspapers from East Central and Southeastern Europe" (PDF). Washington, DC: Library of Congress. Retrieved 26 December 2014. 
  2. ^ Karl William Brown (2007). Regulating Bodies: Everyday Crime and Popular Resistance in Communist Hungary, 1948--1956. ProQuest. p. 22. ISBN 978-0-549-38084-9. Retrieved 26 December 2014.