VERITAS Research Institute for History and Archives

04 June 2015

The Day of National Unity – Act XLV of 2010 – is a day of remembrance in Hungary, for it was on June 4th, 1920, that the Treaty of Trianon was signed. By passing the law, the Hungarian National Assembly declared that “all members and communities of the Hungarian nation, subjected to the jurisdiction of other states, belong to the single Hungarian nation whose cross-border cohesion is a reality and, at the same time, a defining element of the personal and collective identity of Hungarians.”

The Hungarian National Historical Society will hold a commemoration of Trianon at the Ciszterek Budai Szent Imre Gimnázium (the Buda St. Emeric High School of the Order of Cistercians) on June 4th, 2015, at 5 PM. Dr. Gábor Ujváry, the Subject Team Leader of the Miklós Horthy Era Research Team at the VERITAS Research Institute for History, will give a commemorative speech.

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