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    History of the community

    The pen, the deodorant, the washing machine and the automatic box of the cars are just some of the inventions that the Hungarian immigrant Laszlo Biro left us as a legacy. I discovered the strong ties that unite us with this community and also find out how the "Inventor's Day" came about in our country.

    The greatest flow of immigration occurred, as in many other communities, in the times of the First and Second World War. The majority were peasants, people with a trade who came with the desire to cultivate the land, which is why they settled in the interior of the country, especially in Córdoba, Misiones and Chaco.



    According to Ladislao Kurucz in his book "The Hungarians in Argentina", 87% of the Hungarian immigrants who arrived in Argentina in the period between the wars came from Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia and Romania and were mostly peasants and workers. A second stream was the one that came because of the Second World War. These immigrants were mostly intellectuals, industrialists and businessmen who settled in the cities, especially in the Buenos Aires City. Around 1930 a strong Hungarian presence could be identified in the center, around Lavalle street. Within a few blocks, there were four Hungarian restaurants: Kék Duna ”(Blue Danube) in Maipú 433,“ Hungaria ”in Av. Córdoba 377,“ Vadászkurt ”(hunting horn) in Reconquista 458 and opposite the latter,“ Arany Bika ” (Golden Bull), whose owner must have come from Debrecen, where the famous inn with the same name is located.
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    László József Bíró or Ladislao José Biro (born September 29, 1899, Budapest, Hungary—died October 24, 1985, Buenos Aires, Argentina)was a Hungarian-Argentine inventor who patented the first easy-to-use writing implement generally known as the biro in Britain and the ballpoint pen in the United States.


    Bíró began his career as a journalist and was the editor of Hongrie in 1933–34. He also enjoyed some success as a Surrealist painter. In that same period he conceived of a writing tool that would incorporate its own supply of fast-drying ink. Drawing in part on a design patented earlier by the Czech Wencel Climes (Václav Klimeš), which was in need of further development, and helped by his brother György and especially by the Hungarian machinist Andor Goy, he completed work on his first ballpoint pen in 1931 and exhibited it at the Budapest World Fair. He was invited to Argentina by the president, Augustín Justo, and formed a company there to manufacture his pen. On June 10, 1943, Bíró secured an Argentine patent for his ballpoint pen, which was sold there under the name Eterpen.

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    Gisela Dulko (born 30 January 1985) is a retired Argentine tennis player. Although she enjoyed modest success in singles, reaching a career-high ranking of world No. 26 and winning four WTA titles, her speciality was doubles, where she achieved the world No. 1 ranking and won 17 WTA titles. Partnering Flavia Pennetta, Dulko won the 2010 WTA Tour Championships and the 2011 Australian Open. She also reached the mixed-doubles final at the 2011 US Open, with Edward Schwank.

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    Vladislao Wenceslao Cap (5 July 1934 – 14 September 1982) was an Argentine football player and manager.
    As a player he represented his native country at the 1962 FIFA World Cup in Chile. Twelve years later he was the manager of the Argentina national football team at the 1974 FIFA World Cup.
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    Imre Rajczy (8 November 1911 – 31 March 1978) was a Hungarian fencer. He won a gold medal in the team sabre event at the 1936 Summer Olympics. After World War II, in 1945 he emigrated to Argentina.
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    Francisco (Franz) Benkö (Benkő, Benko) (24 June 1910 – 11 January 2010) was a German–Argentine chess master and problemist.

    He was born in Berlin into a Jewish family. His father, Richard Wilhelm Benkö, came from Hungary, and his mother, Alice Josephine Helene Pick, from Austria. In 1928 and 1929, he drew simultaneous games with Alexander Alekhine in Berlin. In 1935, Franz Benkö was the first Jewish chess master in Berlin. In spring 1936, he emigrated from Germany via Holland to Argentina, because of Nazi policy.

    Francisco Benkö has played many times in Argentine Chess Championship, from 1937 till 2004 (aged 94). Among others, he took 11th in Torneo Mayor 1937 (Jacobo Bolbochán won), took 20th in 1938 (Roberto Grau won), took 11th in 1939 (Juan Traian Iliesco won), took 12th in 1940 (Carlos Guimard won), tied for 9–10th in 1941 (Markas Luckis won), took 13th in 1945 (Herman Pilnik won), shared 5th in 1947 (Héctor Rossetto won), took 5th in 1948 (Julio Bolbochán won), tied for 5–6th in 1949, and tied for 5–7th in 1953. At last, he has taken part in the 2004 Argentine Championship, finishing 91st.
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    Silvia Kutika (born August 5, 1956 in Wilde) is an Argentine actress best known by her roles in soap operas such as: 906090 Modelos, Vidas Robadas, Los Médicos de Hoy and De Carne Somos. In 1996 she married actor Luis Luque (1956–).
    She was also model and beauty queen in the past.

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    Silvia Kutika - Actress




    Silvia Kutika (born August 5, 1956 in Wilde) is an Argentine actress best known by her roles in soap operas such as: 906090 Modelos, Vidas Robadas, Los Médicos de Hoy and De Carne Somos. In 1996 she married actor Luis Luque (1956–).
    She was also model and beauty queen in the past.

    This new talked about when she went to her ancestors land:
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    Are you part hungarian? I remember there was an Argentinian user who said he was 1/16 to 1/32 hungarian or something.
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