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Honoring the day in 1848 when Magyar revolutionaries rose up against foreign oppression, Hungarians proudly observe this anniversary with colorful commemorations.

Honoring the day in 1848 when Magyar revolutionaries rose up against foreign oppression, Hungarians proudly observe this anniversary with colorful commemorations.

Hungarian Revolution 1848 Letölthető 1848-as poszter

Hungarian Revolution 1848 Letölthető 1848-as poszter

HUNGARY/ 10 FORINT 1848  P.S 117 / VF-XF BANKNOTE

HUNGARY/ 10 FORINT 1848 P.S 117 / VF-XF BANKNOTE

Bildergebnis für 1848. március 15.

Bildergebnis für 1848. március 15.

1848-49

1848-49

1848-49

1848-49

1848-49

1848-49

Barricade Fighting in Berlin (March 18-19, 1848) Barricade fighting in front of the Kölln city hall on Breite Straße on March 18-19, 1848. By early March, the revolution seemed to have triumphed in Prussia as well. But after shots were fired accidentally on a peaceful crowd that had gathered in front of Prussian king Frederick William IV's palace to cheer his concessions to revolutionary demands

Barricade Fighting in Berlin (March 18-19, 1848) Barricade fighting in front of the Kölln city hall on Breite Straße on March 18-19, 1848. By early March, the revolution seemed to have triumphed in Prussia as well. But after shots were fired accidentally on a peaceful crowd that had gathered in front of Prussian king Frederick William IV's palace to cheer his concessions to revolutionary demands

The Hungarian revolution of 1848 started on 15 March 1848, when Hungarian patriots organized mass demonstrations in Pest and Buda (today Budapest) which forced the Imperial governor to accept their 12 points of demands. This resulted in Klemens von Metternich, the Austrian prince and foreign minister, resigning. In turn, Emperor Ferdinand promised Hungary a constitution, an elected parliament, and the end of censorship.

The Hungarian revolution of 1848 started on 15 March 1848, when Hungarian patriots organized mass demonstrations in Pest and Buda (today Budapest) which forced the Imperial governor to accept their 12 points of demands. This resulted in Klemens von Metternich, the Austrian prince and foreign minister, resigning. In turn, Emperor Ferdinand promised Hungary a constitution, an elected parliament, and the end of censorship.

Ferdinand I was Emperor of Austria, President of the German Confederation, King of Hungary and Bohemia as well as associated dominions from the death of his father on 2 March 1835, until his abdication after the Revolutions of 1848. Ferdinand was incapable of ruling his empire because of his mental deficiency, so his father, before he died, drafted a will promulgating that he consult Archduke Louis on every aspect of policy, and urged him to be influenced by  Metternich

Ferdinand I was Emperor of Austria, President of the German Confederation, King of Hungary and Bohemia as well as associated dominions from the death of his father on 2 March 1835, until his abdication after the Revolutions of 1848. Ferdinand was incapable of ruling his empire because of his mental deficiency, so his father, before he died, drafted a will promulgating that he consult Archduke Louis on every aspect of policy, and urged him to be influenced by Metternich

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