Historical research study by Zoltán Hajdú published in Polish journal Wschodnioznawstwo (Eastern Studies)

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Historical research study by Zoltán Hajdú published in Polish journal Wschodnioznawstwo (Eastern Studies)

Volume 14, pp. 63–79

Relations between Hungary and countries of the Central and Eastern European region: collapse and reorganisation, 1918–1925


Zoltán Hajdú


Abstract

The First World War caused very deep and fundamental changes in Central and Eastern Europe. The biggest loser of the war was the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. Kingdom of Hungary as one of its parts was dissolved in the framework of Trianon Peace Treaty. The new Hungary could retain only 28,6% of the former territory and 36,5% of its former population. After 1920 the League of Nations was planned a new collective European security system.* The research has been implemented with support provided from the National Research Development and Innovation Fund of Hungary (Geopolitical Processes and Imaginaries in Central Europe: States, Borders, Integration and Regional Development: NKFI K 134903). Translated by Katalin Süle.

Keywords:
collapse of Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, break up Kingdom of Hungary, new neighbours of Hungary, territorial consolidation, League of Nations

Wschodnioznawstwo (Eastern Studies), 2020, Volume 14,
pp. 63–79
Published online: 2020
DOI 10.4467/20827695WSC.20.004.13332

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