History and profile
Korunk was founded by Laszlo Dienes in Cluj-Napoca in 1926. The magazine ceased publication in 1940, and began publication in 1957. In 1929 Gabor Gaal became its editor-in-chief. Ernö Gáll is the long-term editor-in-chief of the magazine who served in the post between 1957 and 1984.
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