Correspondence of Judit Brody and her husband Thomas Kovari with other post-1956 Hungarian émigrés in Western Europe and the
United States, relating to resettlement adjustments.
Thomas and Judit were Hungarian émigrés in Great Britain. Both were graduates of Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest, he
in mathematics and she in physics and mathematics. They were married a year before they left Hungary. After a few months of
refugee life in Austria, they immigrated to England. Thomas obtained his PhD and DSc from the University of London and taught
at its Imperial College; Judit worked as a science librarian in London's Science Museum.
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