2 edition of Trianon and the protection of minorities found in the catalog.
Trianon and the protection of minorities
|Statement||József Galántai; (English translation by Ervin Dunay).|
|Series||East European monograph -- no. 352, Atlantic studies on society in change -- no. 70|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 185p. :|
|Number of Pages||185|
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The Treaty of Trianon (French: Traité de Trianon, Hungarian: Trianoni békeszerződés) was the peace agreement of that formally ended World War I between most of the Allies of World War I and the Kingdom of Hungary, the latter being one of the successor states to Austria-Hungary.
The treaty regulated the status of an independent Hungarian state and defined its on: Versailles, France. a ^ Sometimes also known as the Treaties on the Protection of National Minorities or Minorities Protection Treaties; the term Minority Treaties is the most concise of many names, and is used after Dugdale and Bewes ().
The names of specific treaties affecting various countries vary from case to case. The international problem of national minorities. [Edward Chászár] -- Errata slip posted in back of book. --International protection of minorities in the Middle East: a status report. --Trianon and the problem of national minorities.
--The ethnic principle and national boundaries. Section I. Italy  Article 36 . Hungary renounces so far as she is concerned in favour of Italy all rights and title which she could claim over the territories of the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy recognized as forming part of Italy in accordance with the first paragraph of Article 36 of the Treaty of Peace concluded on 10 Septemberbetween the Allied and Associated Powers and Austria.
6/3/ - The 90th Anniversary of Hungary's Dismemberment: Hungary declares "National Day of Unity," AHF issues statement: "Trianon is not only tragic history, it is a lingering tragedy which continues to affect the Hungarian minorities and historical communities living in the states neighboring Hungary even today." Includes links to article by Amb.
The sudden end of World War I was a seminal turning point for Central and Eastern Europe. Now all nationalities from the Russian, German, Austro-Hungarian, and Ottoman Empires produced “national revolutions” demanding the right to self-determination, the separation of nations from empires and the creation of independent nation-states.
Treaty of Trianon and was incorporated in the text of the law that ratified the treaty on 15 November The peacemakers, however, did not envisage such rectification of the frontiers. With the sole exception of a local plebiscite (14 to 16 December ) and the subsequent reattachment of the Trianon, Treaty of - Online 4/7File Size: 83KB.