Népszabadság
Népszabadság is a major left-leaning Hungarian newspaper. "Népszabadság" literally means "People's Freedom", and is a reference to the paper's communist roots: it was the mouthpiece of the communist H...
Bácskai Újság (1935)
Bácskai Újság (lit. Bacskan News) was a Hungarian language daily political newspaper. It was founded in 1935, with the purpose of serving as the information source for the population of Hungarian part...
Slovenské robotnícke noviny
Slovenské robotnícke noviny ('Slovak Workers News') was a Slovak-language social democratic newspaper issued from Pressburg, founded in October 1904. The newspaper was economically and politically sup...
Általános Munkás Újság
Általános Munkás Újság was a newspaper in Hungary. It was the first socialist newspaper in the country. The newspaper began publishing in 1870. It was published jointly by two different socialist grou...
Esti Budapest
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.
Esti Budapest was first published on 2...
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Pest Megyei Hírlap
Pest Megyei Hírlap ('Pest County News') was a Hungarian newspaper, and was the organ of the Pest County Committee of the Hungarian Socialist Workers Party and the Pest County Council. It was published...
Nyugat
Nyugat (lit. "West" in English, pronounced similar to New-Got), was an important Hungarian literary journal in the first half of the 20th century. Writers and poets from that era are referred to as "1...
Nyugat - Wikipedia
Budapesti Hírlap
The Budapesti Hírlap was a Hungarian daily newspaper, published in Budapest from 1881 to 1938. It had a conservative and nationalistic orientation.
The Budapest Times
The Budapest Times is an English language newspaper reporting on events in Hungary. The paper is published weekly and is owned by Budapest-Zeitung Kft.
Szabad szó
Szabad szó ('Free Word') was a Hungarian newspaper, and was the central organ of the National Peasants Party. It was published daily from April 19, 1945 to June 4, 1950, and weekly from June 1950 to F...
Szabad szó - Wikipedia
Telefon Hírmondó
Telefon Hírmondó or Telefonhírmondó (also translated into English as "Telephone Herald") was a telephone newspaper in Budapest. It was the longest-running telephone newspaper, and has been described b...
Telefon Hírmondó - Wikipedia
The Budapest Sun
The Budapest Sun was a general interest, English language newspaper based in Budapest, Hungary. The paper claimed to have the largest circulation of a foreign language newspaper in the country.
Th...
Népszava
Népszava (meaning "People's Voice" in English) is a social-democratic Hungarian language newspaper published in Hungary.
Népszava was established in 1873 in Budapest by Viktor Külföldi. It was the...
Népszava - Wikipedia
Pesti Napló
Pesti Napló was a Hungarian language newspaper published from March 1850 to October 1939. The paper was based in Budapest, Hungary. On 2 January 1841 the paper began to be published twice a week. Unti...
Nagykörút (periodical)
Nagykörút was a Hungarian newspaper which appeared in the 1930s, edited by the writer Jenő Rejtő. According to an internet source on playwright, journalist and pulp fiction author Jenő Rejtő edited th...
Nagykörút (periodical) - Wikipedia
Napi Gazdaság
Napi Gazdaság (meaning Daily Business in English) is a daily newspaper published in Hungary and based in Budapest. The daily focuses on financial and business news.
Napi Gazdaság is based in Budap...
Magyar Hírlap
Magyar Hírlap (meaning Hungarian News in English) is a Hungarian daily newspaper owned by oligarch Gábor Széles. It is known as a supporter of political parties of Hungary with conservative and tradit...
Stavitel'ský robotník
Stavitel'ský robotník ('The Building Worker') was a Slovak language newspaper, published by the Hungarian Building Workers Union. The first issue was published on September 1, 1903. Stavitel'ský robot...
Szabad ifjúság
Szabad ifjúság ('Free Youth') was a Hungarian newspaper, and the organ of the Union of Working Youth. Szabad ifjúság began publishing on March 3, 1950. It was published weekly from October 1950 to Jul...
Szabad ifjúság - Wikipedia
Nemzeti Sport
Nemzeti Sport (the title means "National Sport") is a Hungarian sports daily.
Nemzeti Sport was founded in 1903. The paper is owned by Ringier of Switzerland. It is frequently cited by quality Eng...
Magyar Narancs
Magyar Narancs (Hungarian Orange in English) is a weekly liberal magazine with a strong satiric tone appearing on Thursdays in Hungary. It is informally referred to as Mancs (Paw in English) which is ...
Magyar Nemzet
Magyar Nemzet is a major Hungarian newspaper published in Hungary. Its name literally means "Hungarian nation".
Magyar Nemzet, a moderate conservative daily, was founded by Sándor Petheő in 1938. ...
Világgazdaság
Világgazdaság (World Economy in English) is the leading Hungarian business daily newspaper published by Axel Springer AG.
Világgazdaság was founded in 1969. It is headquartered in Budapest.The dai...
Budapest Week
Budapest Week was a weekly English-language newspaper in Budapest, Hungary, founded in March 1991. It served the expatriate population and larger English-speaking population in Hungary. The paper's fo...