2005 Press Releases
Washington, DC – Dr. Otto von Habsburg continued his U.S. tour with a three-day visit to Cleveland, Ohio, on April 15-18, 2005. This was his
Washington, D.C. – The Béla Bartók Choir and University Orchestra of Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest completed its concert tour in Canada and the United States,
Hungarian American Coalition Introduces Oral History Project on 1956 Website Collects Testimonials from Hungarian Revolution
Washington, DC – On October 23, 2005, the Hungarian American Coalition introduced www.FreedomFighter56.com, a website dedicated to collecting oral histories about the Hungarian Revolution of 1956.
Washington, DC – The Hungarian American Coalition announces the Canadian and U.S. Tour of the Béla Bartók Choir and University Orchestra of Eötvös Loránd University,
Hungarian American Coalition Supports Film on 1956 „Torn From The Flag” Documents Hungarian Revolution
Washington, DC – In August 2005, the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the Hungarian American Coalition approved a draft resolution of the
Washington, DC – Three outstanding Hungarian university students were selected as winners of the “Dr. Elemer Kiss Scholarship Program” for the 2005-2006 academic year. The scholarship recipients
Washington, DC – The Congressional Internship program is a public service scholarship established in 2004 by the Board of Directors of the Hungarian American Coalition.
Washington, DC – The U.S. House of Representatives yesterday passed a resolution “urging the Government of Romania … to provide equitable, prompt, and fair restitution”
European Statesman Promotes European Union Expansion in Washington, D.C Washington, DC – Dr. Otto von Habsburg, one of the initial architects of the European Union,
U.S. Tour Of Dr. Otto Von Habsburg Announced: Habsburg to Visit Washington, D.C., Cleveland, and New York, April 9-23
Washington, DC – Dr. Otto von Habsburg, heir to the Habsburg dynasty and one of the initial architects of the European Union, will tour the
Washington, DC – János Américo Barbero from Budapest, Hungary was selected winner of the “Dr. Elemér Kiss Scholarship Program” award for the 2004-2005 academic year.