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March 15, 1848 Commemorated by Hungarian-Americans

Representatives of the American Hungarian Heritage House Washington D.C. were happy to join the commemorations of the outbreak of the 1848 Revolution and Freedom Fight in the United States Capital. The wreath-laying ceremony at the Kossuth statue and the speeches and performances were followed by a unique event:  The First Hungarian Heritage Blues Festival, which was an outstanding success. Among the performers there was a fantastic group of Hungarian-American musicians including Little G. Weevil, John Németh and Grammy Award Winner John Popper Dr. The well-known performers were - to everyone's great surprise - joined by László Szabó Dr, the current Hungarian Ambassador to the United States.


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(Lajos Kossuth)


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