Freedom as Told by an Immigrant from Hungary
Silver-medalist Olympian advocates the importance of freedom to the people of his second homeland.
The perils and exploitation in Hungary led Hernek to leave and settle in America. S
During the recently concluded Tucson Festival of Books, Istvan Hernek’s memoir, Freedom’s Last Stand, was featured in LitFire Publishing’s booth. This book details Hernek’s life journey and activism toward freedom in America after his home country’s siege.
The perils and exploitation in Hungary led Hernek to leave and settle in America. Since then, he has been proactive in sharing to Americans how important freedom is. According to him, freedom is safeguarded “through diligence and awareness.” His memoir explains the problems of present society, using his experiences in Hungary and America.
With a concern for his second home, Hernek’s wish is to “share his knowledge to keep [America] great.” This book, along with many others, was displayed in LitFire’s booth during the Tucson Festival of Books last March 12 to 13, 2016, at the University of Arizona. The book is available in all major online retailers.
Freedom’s Last Stand
Written by Istvan Hernek
Paperback | $11.95
Kindle | $5.99
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Istvan Hernek moved to the United States in December 1956. He was a silver medalist in canoeing during the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne, Australia. He coached a kayaking team in Akron, Ohio, then got married. He worked as a mechanical engineer for several years and then moved on to run a family business in Michigan.
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