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We will argue that Communism left long lasting effects on the ways in which patriotism was perceived and executed through labor. Specifically we will look into the ways in which laborers, namely athletes, both intentionally and unintentionally used their work to gain privileges.

Publication Date

Spring 2019

Streaming Media

Faculty Mentor

Johanna Mellis

Course

HIST 350: Cold War in Europe: Immigrants, Labor, and Gender

Keywords

Valter Kalaus, swimming, Olympics, Cold War, oral history, Communist patriotism, patriotic laborers, Erdos Gabor, sport history

Disciplines

Digital Humanities | European History | Oral History | Political History | Sports Studies

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Communism, Post-Communism, Sport, and Patriotism in 1980s-1990s Hungary

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