Hungary 7 England 1 in March 1954 in Budapest. Programme cover for the friendly.

plakát a repülésről

plakát a repülésről

Hungarian People's Republic railway poster

Hungarian People's Republic railway poster

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Munka után szebb az ünnep Ünnep után jobb a munka

Hungary: The irredentist Magyar Hiszek Egy ("The Hungarian Creed" written by Mrs. Elemér Papp-Váry, née Szeréna Sziklay (1881-1923). Recited each morning by Hungarian school children during the Horthy era. "I believe in Hungary’s resurrection!" referring to revision of the Treaty of Trianon, 1920.

Kingdom of Hungary, irredentist anti-Treaty of Trianon poster. Yellow map outline shows borders.

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Magyar plakátok a II. világháborúból

" (Arise son of Árpád!

Kingdom of Hungary (1920-1944): The irredentist Magyar Hiszek Egy ("The Hungarian Creed" written by Mrs. Elemér Papp-Váry, née Szeréna Sziklay (1881-1923). Recited each morning by Hungarian school children during the Horthy era. "I believe in Hungary’s resurrection!" referring to revision of the Treaty of Trianon, 1920.

Kingdom of Hungary (1920-1944): The irredentist Magyar Hiszek Egy ("The Hungarian Creed" written by Mrs. Elemér Papp-Váry, née Szeréna Sziklay (1881-1923). Recited each morning by Hungarian school children during the Horthy era. "I believe in Hungary’s resurrection!" referring to revision of the Treaty of Trianon, 1920.

Kingdom of Hungary (1920-1944): The irredentist Magyar Hiszek Egy ("The Hungarian Creed" written by Mrs. Elemér Papp-Váry, née Szeréna Sziklay (1881-1923). Recited each morning by Hungarian school children during the Horthy era. "I believe in Hungary’s resurrection!" referring to revision of the Treaty of Trianon, 1920.

Kingdom of Hungary (1920-1944): The irredentist Magyar Hiszek Egy ("The Hungarian Creed" written by Mrs. Elemér Papp-Váry, née Szeréna Sziklay (1881-1923). Recited each morning by Hungarian school children during the Horthy era. "I believe in Hungary’s resurrection!" referring to revision of the Treaty of Trianon, 1920.

Magyar eleterzes_ plakát 06

Magyar eleterzes_ plakát 06

Magyar eleterzes plakát 05

Magyar eleterzes plakát 05

Propaganda plakátok a korszakból

Propaganda plakátok a korszakból

Hungarian Grant of Nobility and Arms to Antalt Kiss (22 Mar 1912)

Hungarian Grant of Nobility and of Arms to Antalt Kiss, 22 March [ Note spiffy red seal.

Kingdom of Hungary (1920-1944), ca. late 1930s: "Délvidék Visszatér!" ("Return the southern territories"). Hungarian irredentism. Refers to varying areas in the southern part of the Pannonian Plain administered by the Kingdom of Hungary (Austro-Hungarian Empire) before 1918. Today, these areas are divided between Croatia (northern part), Serbia (mainly Vojvodina region), Romania (Banat), Slovenia (Prekmurje) and Hungary (Baranya, Bácska and Bánát).

Magyar plakátok a II. világháborúból

Magyar plakátok a II.

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Budapest Hungary, Tim O'brien, Art, Daniel O'connell, Decoupage, Families, Art Background, Kunst, Art Supplies

Kingdom of Hungary "Az ezeréves Magyarország - A Pesti Hirlap karácsonyi albuma" (the thousand-year-old Hungary - Christmas album). Publisher: Pesti Hirlap, Budapest, 1938.

Kingdom of Hungary "Az ezeréves Magyarország - A Pesti Hirlap karácsonyi albuma" (the thousand-year-old Hungary - Christmas album).

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