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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Historical
  • Language:English
  • Pages:252
  • Format:Soft Cover

The Nagyvradi Brothers

by Laszlo Endrody

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Overview
From the small Hungarian village of Kisvárda hail two brothers, who enlist in the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. Their excellence as soldiers earns them not only medals, but the respect and admiration of their brethren. But when they run into trouble with the opposition, they must flee their beloved homeland to save not only their lives, but the lives of their family. They set sail for America, but will the wondrous stories they hear of this magical land prove true? Or will their new country prove just as dangerous, if in a different way?
Description
From the small Hungarian village of Kisvárda hail two brothers, who enlist in the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. Their excellence as soldiers earns them not only medals, but the respect and admiration of their brethren. But when they run into trouble with the opposition, they must flee their beloved homeland to save not only their lives, but the lives of their family. They set sail for America, but will the wondrous stories they hear of this magical land prove true? Or will their new country prove just as dangerous, if in a different way? The Nagyvradi Brothers is an inspiring tale of resiience and fortitude, and the turning of dreams into reality.
About the author
Born in Hungary before the war, Lazslo Endrody came to the United States in 1947 and settled in Ohio with an uncle. He enlisted in the army the moment he was old enough and was soon fighting in Korea while studying for, and eventually obtaining, U.S. citizenship. After becoming a sergeant first class and then a captain, he sailed to various ports in the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Siam. He became a pilot in the Panama Canal before returning to the sea, where he worked six months on, six months off. He raised horses, cattle and sheep on a ranch in Utah, which his mother managed while he was away. It was while he worked as a captain that he discovered his love for writing, and set most of his stories in and around the U.S. Civil War. He is the author of 28 books.
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