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Egyetemi legendárium – emlékek, töredékek a Debreceni Tudományegyetem történetéből II. rész
Published April 10, 2016
215-234

MEMOIRS OF LÁSZLÓ VINCE, PART II. László Vince was irst employed by the University of Debrecen in 1951, as a stenographer at the University Study Notes Oice. When this oice was dismantled, from 1952 he worked at the Registrar’s Oice of the School of Arts. In 1956 he was transferred to the Rector’s Oice, wh...ere, in 1972, he was promoted to head the department of international programs. his position, which he held until his retirement in 1990, was actually equivalent to the rank of rector’s secretary. During his
years of employment he acquired an enormous amount of experience, which was partly due to the fact that in the 1950s he could still talk to the representatives of the previous political order. His detailed but strongly subjective reminiscences – supplemented with necessary footnoting pertaining to the sources used – is published here as the second part of two interrelated texts.

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Egyetemi legendárium – emlékek, töredékek a Debreceni Tudományegyetem történetéből
Published September 20, 2015
148-176

MEMOIRS OF LÁSZLÓ VINCE, PART I. László Vince started his career at the University of Debrecen in 1951 as a stenographer at the Lecture notes oice. After the termination of the oice, from 1952 he worked at he Regsitrar oice of the Arts Faculty, and in 1956 he was transferred to the Rector’s Oice where he worked as...m> a unit director of external afairs (secretary of the rector) between 1972 and 1990, his retirement. During his oice years he gained extensive knowledge ont he history of the university. In 1950s he had contact with
the oicers from the previous era. His detailed but rather subjective memoirs are published in two parts with extensive endnoting.

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Egyetemi legendárium – emlékek, töredékek a debreceni tudományegyetem történetéből III. rész
Published October 18, 2016
135-158

Memoirs of László Vince, Part iii. László Vince was first employed by the University of Debrecen in 1951, as a stenographer at the University Study Notes Office. When this office was dismantled, from 1952 he worked at the Registrar’s Office of the School of Arts. In 1956 he was transferred to the Rector’s Office,...em> where, in 1972, he was promoted to head the department of international programs. This position, which he held until his retirement in 1990, was actually equivalent to the rank of rector’s secretary. During his
years of employment he acquired an enormous amount of experience, which was partly due to the fact that in the 1950s he could still talk to the representatives of the previous political order. His detailed but strongly subjective reminiscences – supplemented with necessary footnoting pertaining to the sources used – is published here as the third part of three interrelated texts.

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