Or I believe in God      Today, little is said Papp Váryné Sziklay Serena's name, but the older generation still remember a little poem that kept the Trianon dismembered country's inhabitants of the soul: "I believe in God, I believe in a house, I believe in God the eternal Truth, I believe in the resurrection of Hungary. "

I believe in God, I believe in my country, I believe in God's eternal truth, I believe in the resurrection of Hungary!

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Szibériába akarsz kerűlni te is, Soha! Akkor harcolj és dolgozz a gyözelemért!

Hungary: Magyar Hiszekegy - the "national prayer" of the Horthy era.

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

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

Retro Posters, Vintage Posters, Budapest, Advertising, Farms, Decoupage Sheets

Magyar feltámadás, harcoló honvédek, leventemozgalom, bolsevik veszély, légoltalom és hungarizmus. A dicsőségtől a pusztulásig. Súlyos mondanivaló és művészet. Magyar plakátok egy jövőnket meghatározó korszakból.

Kingdom of Hungary: Hungarian-Carpathian irredentism. Subcarpathian Rus annexation by Kingdom of Hungary

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