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NEUBURG, PAUL (Author) Constable (Publisher). Eastern Europe in the post-war world. Generation in jeopardy children in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. The poetry of survival post-war poets of Central and Eastern Europe. Imperial War Museums home Connect with IWM.
Book The Hero's Children. Towards the end of The Hero's Children Paul Neuburg remarks that what the East Europeans most dislike is living in Eastern Europe. The PostWar Generation in Eastern Eur by P Neuburg, dealing with Hungary, Rumania, Bulgaria, Poland and Czech, revd by Z A B Zeman; illus. The Rumanians describe Bucharest as the Paris of the East"; the City Park in Budapest is affectionately referred to as the Hungarian Bois de Boulogne"; the textile town, Lodz, is the Polish Manchester. For the Russians, the Poles, the Czechs, the Hungarians, the Rumanians and the Bulgarians are their western neighbors.
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But the book has much to offer in its particulars about the postwar generation, its blend of conservatism and ""modernity,"" the gulf between young intellectuals and young workers, and the ""new left"" minority's ardor contrasted with the anti-romanticism of the majority. This study of social fabrics and the political mentalities of the younger generation in Eastern Europe is based on three visits to the region during 1968-70 by a young Anglicized Hungarian. The ruling Communist Party is, in its Leninist self-regard, ""The Hero,"" while ""The Hero's Children"" are the youth of the nation.
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