John Lukacs, Hungarian-born American historian, Died at 95

John Adalbert Lukacs was born Lukács János Albert on January 31, 1924, and died on May 6, 2019.

Lukacs was a Hungarian-born American historian.

Lukacs composed over thirty books, such as ‘Five Days in London’, May 1940 and ‘The New Republic’.

Lukacs was an educator of history at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, from 1947 to 1994.

He led that division from 1947 to 1974.

Lukacs worked as a part-time professor at Johns Hopkins University, Columbia University, Princeton University, La Salle University, and Regent College in British Columbia.

He was also a professor at the University of Budapest and Hanover College.

He was Roman Catholic.

He depicted himself as a reactionary.

John Adalbert Lukacs passed away at 95 years old.