In this paper I will explain what happened to the Jews of interwar Hungary. I will use as a reference for my paper the article entitled Hungary written by Ezra Mendelsohn.
After WWI, Hungary was reduced considerably in size as a result of its losses of the war and the signing of the Trianon treaty. They had lost more that seventy- percent of its former territories and sixty-percent of its population. Hungary was no longer a multinational state but now a nation-state made up of Magyars and a small German minority of about one-half million Germans. The social class of the people was a gent…
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