Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University College, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 20, No. 6. May 9, 1957
In Hungary . .
In Hungary . . .
According to reports from Vienna, the Hungarian secret police has begun to remove all non-comunist professors from the universities and to check into student's political convictions. Many students were arrested shortly before the universities were reopened at the beginning of February. Even well-Prof. Georgy Lukacs, himself a Communist since 1919 but a Nagyite, has been spirited away to Rumania under "protective custody". Wellknown in the West as a literary critic (Thomas Mann said: "Europe's best") and a World Peace Council member, his release is being demanded by students everywhere.