Treaty of Trianon
Hungary lost much of its land to neighbouring countries, such as Romania, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia. Hungary was partitioned, lost two thirds of her territory, and lost one-third of her Hungarian population. This brought irredentism. Hungary also had to pay World War I reparations. The treaty limited the size of the Hungarian army.
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- Craig, G.A. (1966). Europe since 1914. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York.
- Grenville, J.A.S. (1974). The Major International Treaties 1914-1973. A history and guides with texts. Methnen London.
- Lichtheim, G. (1974). Europe in the Twentieth Century. Praeger, New York.
- Text of the Treaty
- Richard C. Frucht, Eastern Europe: An Introduction to the People, Lands, and Culture pp. 359-360 online