Professor Béla Bodó



The Faces of the White Terror: Paramilitary and Mob Violence in Hungary, 1919-1921. Manuscript in the final stages of preparation
Black Humor and the White Terror: Jewish Responses to Anti-Semitic Violence in Hungary, 1916-1923 (Under consideration by University of Pittsburg Press, date of expected publication, 2014)
Pál Prónay: Paramilitary Violence and Anti-Semitism in Hungary, 1919-1921, (Pittsburg: University of Pittsburg Press/Car Beck Papers, 2011)
Tiszazug: the Social History of a Murder Epidemic (New York: Columbia University Press/Eastern European Monographs, 2003).
"The Function of Selection in Nazi Policy towards University Students," Ph.D. Dissertation, York University, Canada, 1998. Supervisor: Prof. Michael H. Kater


"Nazi Foreign Policy towards South Eastern Europe, 1933-1945," in Charles Ingrao and Franz Szabo eds., The Germans and the East, Purdue University Press, 2007, pp. 304-323.
"The Role of Anti-Semitism in Hungarian Foreign Policy, 1941-1944," accepted for publication, Hungarian Studies Review, 2014.
"The White Terror in Hungary, 1919-1921: The Social World of Paramilitary Groups," Austrian History Yearbook, Vol. XLII (2011).
"Hungarian Aristocracy and the White Terror," Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 45/4 (October, 2010).
"Ivan Hejjas: The Life of a Counterrevolutionary," East Central Europe/L' Europe du Cenre-Est, Vol. 37 (2010).
"The Tószegi Affair: Rumors, 'the People's Verdicts' and Provincial Antisemitism in Hungary, 1919-1921, " Yad Vashem Studies XXXVI/II (Winter 2008)
"The Catholic Church and the White Terror in Hungary, 1919-1922," Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions, 2007, Vol. 8, Nr. 2.
"Militia Violence and State Power," Hungarian Studies Review, (Spring-Fall 2006)
"Father Zadravecz and the Failure of Catholic Fascism in Hungary, 1919-1923," East European Quarterly (September 2006)
"White Terror, Newspapers and the Evolution of Hungarian Anti-Semitism after WWI," Yad Vashem Studies, XXXIV (Spring 2006).
"The Rise and Fall of Paramilitary Violence in Hungary, 1919-1922," East European Quarterly, (September 2004).
"Foreign Students in Nazi Germany," East European Quarterly (March 2003).
"Medical Examination and Biological Selection of University Student in Nazi Germany," Bulletin of the History of Medicine (Winter 2002).
"Non-Aryan Students in Nazi Germany," Yad Vashem Studies XXX (2002).
"The Murdering Women of Tiszazug," Journal of Family History, Volume 27, Number 1/January 2002.
"Progress or Racial Suicide: The Egyke in Hungarian Political Thought, 1840-1945," Hungarian Studies Review, Number XXVIII (Spring-Fall 2001), Vol.1-2.