József Kelen

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József Kelen (1892-1939) was a Hungarian engineer, socialist organizer and the founder of the Communist Party of Hungary in Budapest.[1][2] He was also the brother of Otto Korvin.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pastor, Peter (1988). Revolutions and interventions in Hungary and its neighbor states, 1918-1919. Social Science Monographs. 
  2. ^ Béla K. Király; Gunther Erich Rothenberg (1984). War and Society in East Central Europe: Effects of World War 1: War Communism in Hungary. p. 223. 
  3. ^ Eckelt, Frank (1965). The Rise and Fall of the Béla Kun Regime in 1919. New York University. p. 138.