Beke, György (George) (Úzon, now Uzului, Romania, 3 August 1927 - Budapest, 20 January 2007) – Writer, literary translator, journalist. He completed his higher education at the Hungarian Language Department of the University of Kolozsvár (now Cluj-Napoca, Romania) in 1947. He worked for the newspapers Hungarian Word of Romania, Forward, and Week (Romániai Magyar Szó, Előre and Hét). From 1989 he lived and worked in Budapest. His writings are true reports about the life of Hungarians in Romania. He translated Romanian literature into Hungarian as well. His works include Companionless in Sin (Bűnben társtalanúl) novel (1969), Searching for Ourselves (Magunk keresése) reports, (1972), Tracing Kinship (Nyomjelző rokonság) (1978), Bearing Capacity of Arches (Boltívek teherbírása) (1983), Csángó Passion (1988), The Ruin of Peoples Under Romanian Rule (Népek nagy romlása román uralom alatt) (1994), Kossuth Émigrés in Bucharest (Kossuth emigráció Bukarestben) (1998), and Wanderings in Transylvania, vols. i-iii. (Barangolások Erdélyben, I-III) (2000). He was awarded the Miklós (Nicholas) Jósika, the Attila József and the Mihály (Michael) Táncsis Prizes. He was one of the outstanding writers on Transylvanian themes. – B: 0874, 0875, 0879, 0877, 1257, T: 7103.→Kossuth, Lajos; Atrocities against Hungarians.