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Skip to main content. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. Log In Sign Up. Prostitution was seen as a necessary evil that could not be eradicated, and its apparent unprecedented expansion to the public spaces of Budapest and Vienna was considered a natural consequence of particularly rapid urbanization. Regulationism predominated over other approaches as government policy.
Naturally, the exact nature of the policies that were implemented was shaped by local traditions of municipal governance and the police, and by cultural norms. In the decade following the crushing of the revolution, prostitution thrived in pubs, cofee houses, dosshouses, baths and streets of the Hungarian capital. Naturally, from that point onwards the brothels were also to function within the market and had to put up with competition, pay their taxes and undergo regular supervision by the municipal police.
In legal proceedings that concerned the brothels it was again the police who decided on the outcome. City Introductions in the blossoming of corruption between the police and the madams. Since most of the prostitutes came from a poor background, very few of them were in a position to pay their debts to the house and leave. In that situation, Budapest with its reputation of a booming entertainment industry, entrepreneurial spirit and a large number of brothels and street prostitutes often functioned as a main source of supply.
Further research would be necessary to assess whether the two networks — transatlantic migration and prostitution — overlapped in any way as their proximity to each other and to the railway station is clearly evident. From the mid-nineteenth century and until the new legislation of , prostitutes operated in brothels while an even larger number worked on the streets and in rented lats.
According to haisz, who based his estimate on the records of the municipal police, over 40 brothels were functioning in Budapest in , employing prostitutes. In the very same year, the police recorded about streetwalkers and over prostitutes in the unregistered brothels known to the authorities. Investigations conducted by the police and independent sources further conirm the proliferation of street prostitution. While they intended to legalize most of them eventually, the authorities clearly lacked the resources to do so, and the number of both registered and covert prostitutes, if press and police reports are to be trusted, seems to have increased within a decade.