1919 Hungarian Anti-Trianon Treaty Propaganda

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1919 Hungarian Anti-Trianon Treaty Propaganda

Post by JLEES » 24 Feb 2003 17:29

Hello,
I just purchased a postcard that has a 1919 cancellation on its rear side. The card depicts an area of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire after it was broken appart. I've translated the card the read, Confinement! Confinement! Never! at the bottom it states it was published by the National Propaganda Committee. The treaty of Trianon was signed with Hungary on June 4, 1920. Does anyone know what group published this card? Whom did the National Propaganda Committee belond to?
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Post by dwseiple » 12 Mar 2003 02:30

I was wondering if there were many people out there who had relatives in Hungary who suffered from the Treaty Of Trianon? My mother's mother was from the village of Olcsva-Apati, which is about 1 1/2 hours by car north-east of Debrecen, near the Ukrainian border. Some of her relatives ended up in Rumania. My mother's father's family were from the village of Harmacz, which ended up in south-central Slovakia. Are there any other horror stories out there?

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Re: 1919 Hungarian Anti-Trianon Treaty Propaganda

Post by Milan Szekelyhidi » 08 Apr 2003 08:45

October - November 1918, during the "Revolution of Aster" (Õszirózsás forradalom) started the Hungarian National Council's posters of print.
It established the National Propaganda Committee (Országos Propaganda Bizottság), who usually made posters, cards and leaflets against the country dismemberment.
That time born from Trianon name the famous slogan (tria non = three no) "Nem! Nem! Soha!" = " No! No! Never!".
This poster (James's postcard) made before 4. June 1920, this explain not the later ruling, but just actually state for the Hungarian border. The protests wasn't effect.

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Hungary in the first world war

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Post by Andras Szilvagyi » 13 May 2003 02:23

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Post by hunor » 18 May 2003 18:45

Here is some more anti-trianon poster...
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Anti-Treaty of Trianon Propaganda

Post by JLEES » 23 May 2003 02:13

Milán and Hunor,
Thanks for showing the anti-Treaty of Trianon images. This is one area of European history that doesn't seem to get much attention.
James

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Post by Windward » 01 Aug 2003 09:03

I noticed that the postcards JLEE and Milán posted are some different from the Hungarian boundary nowadays. In the first one, Hungary kept Ruthenia and part of Banat. And the second one described a Hungarian nation including western Banat. Were they designed and published before the boundary was finally defined?

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Re: Anti-Treaty of Trianon Propaganda

Post by hunor » 01 Aug 2003 12:48

JLEES wrote:Milán and Hunor,
Thanks for showing the anti-Treaty of Trianon images. This is one area of European history that doesn't seem to get much attention.
James


I'm glad that I could help. Unfortunately this topic really doesn't get attention.

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Post by Milan Szekelyhidi » 04 Aug 2003 10:51

Windward wrote:I noticed that the postcards JLEE and Milán posted are some different from the Hungarian boundary nowadays. In the first one, Hungary kept Ruthenia and part of Banat. And the second one described a Hungarian nation including western Banat. Were they designed and published before the boundary was finally defined?


Those postcards made before 4. June 1920 (signature of the Trianon Treaty), the graphic show just the actually borders in the Trianon discussion time.
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Post by Windward » 05 Aug 2003 07:49

hi Milán thanks!

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