|Series||Reports -- No. 37.|
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Hungarians in Rumania and Transylvania; a bibliographical list of publications in Hungarian and West European languages. Compiled from the Holdings of the Library of Congress. By Elemer Bako and William Solyom-Fekete. With a preface by Edward J. Patten. Originally published by the Government Printing Office in I was born in the Szekler region of Transylvania, Romania. My home town is part of what we know as Szeklerland, a community whose native language is Hungarian, but is surrounded by Romanian towns and villages. As a child, I have always known that. This volume constitutes an analytical study of one of the most complicated problems arising out of the readjustment of political and property relations consequent upon the Peace Treaties. As part of the spoils of war, Rumania received from the Allies the province of Transylvania, carved from Hungary, and other territories. Rumania also received the unprecedented privilege (of doubtful Author: Edwin Borchard. consequent upon the Peace Treaties. As part of the spoils of war, Rumania received from the Allies the province of Transylvania, carved from Hungary, and other territories. Rumania also received the unprecedented privilege (of doubtful wisdom but less doubtful immorality) of confiscating in old Rumania.
This book provides a full history (although the changes politically occur so frequently they become difficult to follow) with focus on the key figures in politics, as well as in literature. The stories of different regions of Romania - Moldavia, Transylvania, Wallachia etc. - are covered. This book is a very readable and very comprehensive Cited by: 4. Hungary and Romania face off over an ethnic dispute DISCLAIMER: All opinions in this column reflect the views of the author(s), not of Ltd. HUNGARIANS IN RUMANIA AND TRANSYLVANIA A Bibliographical List of Publications in Hungarian and West European Languages Compiled from the Holdings of the Library of Congress ELEMÉR BAKÓ AND WILLIAM SÓLYOM-FEKETE WITH A PEEPACE BY The Honorabl EDWARe J.D PATTE N United States Representative from New Jersey j£i wj V. The Hungarians left inside the new borders of Romania (comprising about 10% of the population in the country) fall into two groups – one is the “regular” Hungarians (magyars), who mostly live in Crisana, along a belt of ethnic Hungarians that goes from modern day Serbia through southwest Ukraine and the rest in Transylvania (including.
The clear winner of the land grab, was Rumania, who, established only 60 years earlier, more than doubled in size overnight. Ethnic Distribution in the Kingdom of Hungary in (Hungarians shown in red) [download extra large image x] [download large image x]. News from Rumania: The Hungarian Minority 6/17/ - AHF Book Review: "Transylvania Today: Diversity at Risk," edited by Csaba Zoltani. Written by noted experts, describes the issues faced by minorities in Transylvania in their effort to retain their identity in an adverse environment. Lendvai's book, in contrast, is entertaining, often very funny, and would provide a good read for someone with little familiarity or interest in . This is a thread devoted to the discussion of the Hungarian-Romanian War ( - ) - (people, locations, events, books and other publications, battles, historic sites, maps, research information, urls, etc.) Please feel free to add any and all discussion information related to this topic area in this thread.