Helena History Press
Helena History Press was established to provide publication opportunities for scholars researching and writing on Central and East European themes.
Learn more about HHP at http://helenahistorypress.com/
A Country Adrift. The 1944-1945 wartime diaries of Miksa Fenyő (Az elsodort ország)
Being Hungarian in Cleveland: Maintaining Language, Culture and Traditions – 1951-2011
Forbidden Federalism: Secret Diplomacy and the Struggle for a Danubian Confederation: 1918-1921
Discourses of Modernity: The Case of Estonian Literature
Three Conspiracies: Field Marshall Rundstedt, Admiral Canaris, and the Jewish Engineer Who Could Have Saved Europe