From the content broadcast on November 9.
This year, the Hungarian National Archives and its legal predecessor celebrate the 300th anniversary of its founding and the 100th anniversary of the handing over of its majestic palace in Becé Capó Ter. On Thursday we will present the building designed by Samu Pecz, and the stalls from which real characters dressed in medieval clothing look at us. Visible for example. Klebelsberg Kuno wears the armor, he was the one who fought to be so, because he believed that after the Trianon, it was the power of the spirit that could sustain us. On the upper floor, István Bethlen is also painted on a seiko made by György Besenyi – also in historical decoration. The past – especially Bethlen – wanted to be completely erased after 1945, so resourceful leaders removed Bethlen's mustache and put hair on his bald head, so he could remain. As we tour the space from basement to attic, we remember historical curiosities as well as periods of great loss.
Location – Kossuth Rádió – Thursday 9 November, at 11:05
Host: Anita Buck
Editor: Maria Wagner
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