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Hungary Past and Present

“To be or not to be” a Hungarian

Geréd Margit
“To be or not to be” a Hungarian

Ninety-nine years ago, an unimaginable tragedy occurred to a nation I proudly call my own.  All my ancestors, as far as we know, were born in the Dunántúl region of Hungary.  They were Hungarians and Hungarian citizens.  So are my sisters and I.  We were all Hungarian citizens.  I left the country over 50 years ago; I am still a Hungarian citizen.

Not so with many people, who were born on Hungarian land, never left their birthplace, not even their house where they were born.  Thanks to the Trianon Treaty, they lost their citizenship, more than once.

I will tell you a true story that will blow your mind.

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Karolina Szabo

Explorer Sass Flóra – Florence Baker – part 4

Explorer Sass Flóra – Florence Baker – part 4

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Éva Wajda

Why Csíkszereda and Szombathely?

Szombathely Market
Why Csíkszereda and Szombathely?

I love to study maps, specifically, the map of Hungary, and have often been intrigued by the city and town names that included a day of the week.  So I decided to investigate.


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