Hungary lost of her land & of her population. I'm assuming this would be the reason why it's very hard to find genealogy records This is just so disturbing to those whose Hungarian bloodlines are now severely compromised. Such a wrongdoing!
June Hungarians largest loss days, unjust Treaty of Trianon signed anniversary in the true Hungarians do not celebrate this day, but mourn, mourn the heroes who gave their blood for their country
"Magyar az, akinek fáj Trianon" Illyés Gyula
Corvin Castle, also known as Hunyad Castle or Hunedoara Castle is a Gothic-Renaissance castle in Hunedoara, in the region of Transylvania, Romania
The Signing of Peace in the Hall of Mirrors, Versailles, 28 June 1919 - William Orpen.
A Hungarian nationalist picture addressed to Italians (in Hungarian and Italian) denounces the 1920 Trianon Treaty for "vastly diminishing the size of Hungary", and shows an hypothetical dismemberment of Italy with a similar impact.
Clemenceau in 1917
Treaty of Versailles signing, 1919 France - people forget that WWI ended in 1919 and not 1918 when the cease fire came into effect on hour of the day of the month.
Young Hungarians in protesting against the Treaty of Trianon, which dismembered Hungary
Graf Alvert Apponyi
Treaty of Versailles after Germany has to pay an universally expensive amount of money, Austria-Hungarian Empire had to turn in to a smaller countries and also same thing goes to the Ottoman Empire.
Sopron: "Heck, we love this place. We’re sops to its architecture, its sense of past times in Foter, its museums and pubs and restaurants, its very proximity to the lungs of the Lover Hills and Lake Ferto. We even love its title, ‘Most Faithful City’ (Civitas Fidelissima), a reference to a post-Trianon referendum of 1921 when its citizens elected to remain part of Hungary rather than be subsumed into Austria." Hungary: the Bradt Guide; www.bradtguides.com