DUSÓCZKY BOOK RELEASE EVENT TURNS INTO MEMORIAL FOR AUTHOR

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The event planned to mark the release of Tamás Dusóczky's autobiographical book, called Elmondhatom, vagyok (I can say, I exist in EN) turned into a memorial, following the sudden death of Tamás in a car accident just a week earlier. The 15th August event in the castle of Sárospatak was attended by dozens of local members of the Confrérie de Tokaj he was honorary president of. Born in 1931, Tamás had been forced to leave Hungary because of his involvement in Hungary's anti-communist revolution of 1956 and started a new life in Switzerland before returning to Hungary in 1993 to buy a wine estate near the village of Szegi. He was one of Tokaj's grand doyens.

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