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THEIR SAFE HAVEN: HUNGARIAN ARTISTS IN BRITAIN FROM THE 1930S: BOOK REVIEW

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Description: Compiled and edited by Robert Waterhouse, Their Safe Haven provides an empathetic account of the lives of Hungarian artists in Britain from the 1930s.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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