THE LONG SHADOW OF TRIANON: HUNGARIAN ALLIANCE POLICIES DURING WORLD WAR II

@article{Dreisziger2003THELS,
  title={THE LONG SHADOW OF TRIANON: HUNGARIAN ALLIANCE POLICIES DURING WORLD WAR II},
  author={N{\'a}ndor F. Dreisziger},
  journal={Hungarian Studies},
  year={2003},
  volume={17},
  pages={33-55}
}
  • N. Dreisziger
  • Published 1 August 2003
  • History, Political Science
  • Hungarian Studies
The Treaty of Trianon was the peace settlement that the victors of World War I imposed on Hungary after the war. The treaty's severity was unprecedented in modern European history. By dismembering the multi-ethnic “historic Kingdom of Hungary” the treaty left Hungarians less than a third of their former territory and transferred 3.3 million of them to neighboring states. Not surprisingly, Trianon came as a shock to the Hungarian people and constituted an enduring blow to the Magyar national… 
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