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Nyírő, József, 1889-1953

LC control no.n 86138112
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPH3291.N83
Personal name headingNyírő, József, 1889-1953
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Other standard no.Q833442
Associated countryHungary Spain
LocatedTransylvania (Romania)
Birth date1889-07-28
Death date1953-10-16
Place of birthSzékelyzsombor
Place of deathMadrid (Spain)
Profession or occupationAuthors Journalists
Found inDenn keiner trägt das Leben allein, 1941: t.p. (József Nyirő)
Uz Bence, 1936: title page (József Nyirő)
Magy. életr. lex., 1969 (Nyírő József; b. 07-18-1889, d. 10-16-1953; priest, reporter, writer)
Hungarian authors, 1970: page 488 (Nyírő József, born July 18, 1889 in Székelysombor, died October 16, 1953 in Madrid. Novelist and short-story writer. Ordained priest in 1912, left priesthood in 1919 and married. Worked for Keleti Újság as a journalist and editor in the 1920s-1940s. Served as a parliamentary representative of Transylvania in Budapest. Was editor of Magyar Erő. Served as a member of parliament in Sopron. Fled to Germany in 1945, then settled in Spain.)
Wikipédia (Hungarian), June 3, 2022 (Nyírő József; born July 28, 1889 in Székelyzsombor; died October 16, 1953 in Madrid; Transylvanian Hungarian writer, journalist, former Catholic priest; controversial because of his involvement in the Arrow Cross government in late 1944)
Associated languagehun