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Louis Marschalko

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Louis Marschalkรณ

Louis Marschalko (September 11, 1903 - May 20, 1968) was a Hungarian nationalist writer and author of The World Conquerors (1958).

His father was a secondary school teacher, his mother a musician.

He started to work for nationalistic newspapers. He lived in Debrecen until 1936, when he moved to Budapest. He wrote the booklet Who betrayed Hungary in 1918-19. The booklet was banned after 1945, as anti-judaic and antisemitic, even though the author had no influence to the fact that over 90% of the betrayers and bolsheviks were Jews. He opened the eyes of the Hungarian readers with that book, since only few knew, that most the betrayers were Jews. Jews in Europe generally hide their Jewishness in the public

He did not come home 1945, but had to remain in Munich, since otherwise the bolshevists for sure had killed him. He wanted to emigrate to the USA, but having spent some months on Ellis Island in New York, the American immigration authorities refused his immigration application due to Jewish influences. He returned to Munich and worked as a simple worker, and wrote his books and articles at night.

Since Jews (Martin Himler and others) who betrayed Hungary and caused lot of suffering in Hungary, and appeared after the second world in Europe war as American officers in CIC uniforms, and here gathered East-European patriots and delivered them to sure death under the bolshevistic regime of their race-companions, wrote some scandalous smear books about Hungary and Hungarians, he wrote about the role in Jews in Hungary and in the world. (Conquestors of the country, Conquestors of the world). He was also co-author of the book "Accusing Gallows" that described the tragic destiny of the last legal Hungarian administration. His book "Conquestors of the world" was published three times in the USA, but he did not receive any royalties.

He died in Munich, 1968. On his grave there are the words: For God, our country and freedom, forever.

Works in English

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