The Gipper: from Hollywood Puppet to Cold War Hero

dc.contributor.advisorGlant, Tibor
dc.contributor.authorJámbor, Anna Angelika
dc.contributor.departmentDE--TEK--Bölcsészettudományi Karhu_HU
dc.description.abstractThis paper is devoted to the examination of how President Ronald Reagan was presented in the Hungarian press during his presidency (which coincided with the communist regime in Hungary) and what kind of image he had in the 1980s and has today in Hungary; how he changed in the eyes of the people from a puppet inadequate to govern to the savior of freedom and democracy in Europe, and how this road ended in the form of two statues in the capital of Hungary. As all my primary sources are articles from the Hungarian press, I needed to translate them; all the translations found in the thesis are mine, unless otherwise indicated.hu_HU
dc.subjectHidegháborús politikahu_HU
dc.subjectRonald Reaganhu_HU
dc.subject.dspaceDEENK Témalista::Történelemtudományhu_HU
dc.titleThe Gipper: from Hollywood Puppet to Cold War Herohu_HU
dc.title.subtitlePresident Ronald Reagan's Image in Hungary During his Presidency and Todayhu_HU