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Treaty of Trianon
Treaty of Peace Between The Allied & Associated Powers & Hungary & Protocol & Declaration,
Signed at Trianon June 4, 1920


Special permission to published this map by John Koehler, Sr., 2013.

1921 The Treaty of Trianon & the Dismemberment of the Kingdom of Hungary

The Treaty of Trianon is the peace treaty concluded at the end of World War I by the Allies of World War I, on one side, and Hungary, seen as a successor of Austria-Hungary, on the other. It established the borders of Hungary and regulated its international situation. Hungary lost over two-thirds of its territory and about two-thirds of its inhabitants under the treaty.[1]. The principal beneficiaries of territorial adjustment were Romania, Czechoslovakia, and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. The treaty was signed on June 4, 1920, at the Grand Trianon Palace in Versailles, France.

Treaty of Trianon Index: Part I-IV | Part V-VIII | Part IX-X | Part X, Section V-XI, Section V | Part XIII Protocol & Declaration

Hungaria 896-1918 (VERY COOL!)
[Mechanically produced novelty postcard with a thumb wheel that moves the map segments
representing the changes in Hungary's boundaries according to the Treaty of Trianon.]

The Grand Trianon Palace at Versailles, site of the signing.
Grand Trianon, Chateau of Versailles

Treaty of Peace Ends The War Germans Bitter, Regret Signing (Boston Sunday Post, 1919)

 

Difference between the borders of the Kingdom of Hungary
within Austria-Hungary and independent Hungary  after the Treaty of Trianon. Based on the 1910 census. Administrative Hungary in green, autonomous Croatia-Slavonia grey. [derivative work of CoolKoon;
Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported]

 

Drafted borders of Austria-Hungary in the Treaty of Trianon
 and Saint Germain. Date 14 June 1919 (1919-06-14)
 The Independent, (New York), June 14, vol. 98, 1919, p. 391)
[Author Commanders of Allied Powers in World War 1
licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0]

 

The heavy dotted line bounds the old Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.  The light dotted lines show the several provinces. The heavy solid lines bound the new states formed by the Paris Conference as follows: The Republic of Austria. 2. The Republic of Hungary. 3. The Republic of Czechoslovakia. 4. Austrian territory annexed by Poland. 5. Hungarian territory annexed by Rumania. 6. The Serbo-Croat-Slovens State (Yugoslavia). 7. Austrian territory annexed by Italy.

The Trianon-Cross (Monument of the Treaty of Trianon 1920) Kőszeg, Hungary
[Date July 2006 (2006-07) - Photographer: Darinko]

Border-mark between Hungary and Romania
[Photographed by kelenbp in May 2006 and released to the public domain.]

Memorial [Photographer Laslovarga, September 2007]
Click image to enlarge.

[Published at DVHH.org 31 Mar 2010 by Jody McKim Pharr]


 

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