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Templom: 702 Mahoning Ave
Yotmgstown, Ohio "The 15th of March and the 4th of July both are dates that are kept in memory for ever. One by the Hungarian people and the other by the American people. On both dates on the one in 1848 and on the one on 1776 Declera tions of Independence were made. Both Declarations were followed by wars for freedom. The United States or better said the Union of those days of Washington after seven years of hard strugle wrested its liberty from England." "The Hungarian nation is as much freedom loving as the American. For a thousand years and more on its flag of red, white and green the great letters "Freedom" were emblazoned. Hungary's con stitution is the second oldest in worlds history, with four years only. Hungarians who come to America will always keep the anniversary of the 4th of July 1776 both being days of freedom and the greatest turning post in the history of nations. George Washington and Louis Kossuth two great apostles of freedom. Both are kept in the loving memory of the nations who's freedom they fought for. In America Kos suth the Hungarian w as re ceived with open arms and was hailed as the Washington of Hungary, On the Ides of March -we Hungarians pay ciue respect to the memory of Kossuth and his comrades who fought our ba&t&Mr for todays FREEDOM".