Jámbor László OSJ: Emlékeim, 1963 k. Kézirat
László Jámbor (1874-1963), a Jesuit monk, was the most significant pastor in the history of the first decades of the independent Hungarian Jesuit Province. In 1950, he was deported to Kisvárda by the Communist authorities. After his release from prison, he lived with his relatives and in the Social Home of Pannonhalma. His autobiography (“My Memories”) is an important source on the Hungarian ecclesiastical history of the 20th century. Volume I contains the story of his life from 1874 to 1926. He wrote in broad strokes about his life until he joined the order (1890), then the manuscript includes the story of his studies year by year until 1908, then the text becomes a diary-like memorial. Volume II recounts Jámbor's life from 1926 to 1943, and volume III is about the period between 1944 and 1954. There is a letter at the end of the manuscript from 1955. The material is in the Jesuit Archives, in the 1. box of the 26. department of the VI. fond.
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- Pál, Zoltán