The collapse of the Habsburg empire and Historic Hungary
Borders before and after WWI
The Treaty of Trianon
In case you do not know, Trianon is one of the royal palaces in Versailles: Hungary's peace treaty was signed in Grand Trianon (marvellous architecture, but very sad associations for Hungarians) and it meant the following:
Trianon is often called the "second Mohács" as it marks the second and final fall of Historic Hungary: although most Hungarians admit today that this was an inevitable event (as the ethnic minorities had the right for independence), the treaty is still viewed not only as tragic but also unjust because the borders cut away territories populated solely by ethnic Hungarians, too.
For more information (and more viewpoints) check what Wikipedia says about the topic:
Some more information on the Hungarian views here ...
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