Tuesday, 15 December 2015
Just About Hungary
The present day Hungary is a nation that was reshaped after the First World War. The event generally referred to as the Treaty of Trianon resulted in a situation where millions of Hungarians suddenly found themselves outside the new drawn boundary of their homeland. An estimated 3.3 million people falls within this category. The new border was drawn in a way to include areas where there are Hungarian majority. Those who found themselves outside the new border are those who are live in regions where they unfortunately form the minority. This historical event has a lot of implications for this group of Hungarians and the people who today live within the marked legal border of Hungary.