by Gábor Zoltán
Book Design

The past has never hurt as much as in one of the most important Hungarian novels. After the overthrow of Admiral Horthy, a real hunt for Jews began in Hungary. Mass deportations. Bloody slaughterhouse. Orgies. Their executors were the so-called Nyilas from the Arrow Crosses, ordinary people, someone's neighbours, friends and acquaintances. Shortly before the end of the Second World War, at the turn of 1944 and 1945, the front was approaching Budapest, but the murderous machinery continued to function flawlessly. 

Client: Absynt Publishing House
Print: Finidr