Kinrick o Hungary

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Kinrick o Hungary
Names
Regnum Hungariae  (Laitin)
Königreich Ungarn  (German)
Magyar Királyság  (Hungarian)

 

1000–1918

1920–1946

 

Flag (1867-1918) Coat o Airms
Motto
Regnum Mariae Patrona Hungariae[1]
"Kingdom of Mary, the Patron of Hungary"
Anthem
Himnusz
Hymn

Royal anthem
God save, God protect Oor Emperor, Oor Kintra!
Kinricks o Hungary (dark green) an Croatie-Slavonie (licht green) within Austrick-Hungary in 1914
Caipital Budapest

Heestorical caipitals:
Esztergom (10t tae mid-13t century)
Buda (mid-13t century tae 1541)a
Pressburg (1536–1783)
Debrecen (1849)
Székesfehérvár (place o diets, ryal seat, crowning an burial steid form 1000 tae 1543)
Leids Offeecial leids:
Laitin
(1000–1784; 1790–1844)
German
(1784–1790; 1849–1867)
Hungarian
(1844–1849; 1867–1946)
Ither spoken leids:
Romanie, Slovak, Croatie, Slovene, Serbie, Italian, Ruthenian, Carpathian Romani, Mideastren Yiddish,
Releegion Roman Catholic,[2] Calvinism, Lutheranism, Eastren Orthodoxy, Eastren Catholic, Unitarianism, Judaism
Government Monarchy
Monarch
 -  1000–1038 Stephen I (first)
 -  1916–1918 Charles IV (last)
 -  1920–1944 Regent Miklós Horthy
Palatine
 -  1009–1038 Samuel Aba
 -  1847–1848 Stephen Francis Victor
Prime Meenister
 -  1848 Lajos Batthyány
 -  1945–1946 Zoltán Tildy
Legislatur Diet (frae the 1290s)
 -  Upper hoose Hoose o Magnates
(1867–1918; 1926–1945)
 -  Lawer hoose Hoose o Representatives
(1867–1918; 1927–1945)
Historical era 2nt millennium
 -  Coronation o Stephen I 25 December 1000
 -  Ottoman occupation
of Buda
29 August 1541
 -  Hungarian Revolution 15 Mairch 1848
 -  1867 Compromise 20 Mairch 1867
 -  Treaty o Trianon 4 Juin 1920
 -  Monarchy abolished 1 Februar 1946
Aurie
 -  1910[4] 282,870 km² (109,217 sq mi)
 -  1930[5] 93,073 km² (35,936 sq mi)
 -  1941[6] 172,149 km² (66,467 sq mi)
Population
 -  1711[3] est. 3,000,000 
 -  1790[3] est. 8,000,000 
 -  1910[4] est. 18,264,533 
     Density 64.6 /km²  (167.2 /sq mi)
 -  1930[5] est. 8,688,319 
     Density 93.3 /km²  (241.8 /sq mi)
 -  1941[6] est. 14,669,100 
     Density 85.2 /km²  (220.7 /sq mi)
Siller Florentinus (1325–1553)
Thaler
Florin (1754–1867)
Forint (1867–1892)
Korona (1892–1918)
Korona (1919–1926)
Pengő (1927–1946)
Adópengő (1946)
The day pairt o  Austrick
 Bosnie an Herzegovinae
 Croatie
 Hungary
 Poland
 Romanie
 Serbie
 Slovakie
 Slovenie
 Ukraine
a. First acame caipital in 1256

The Kinrick o Hungary wis a monarchy in Central Europe that existit frae the Middle Ages intae the twentiet century (1000–1946 wi the exception o 1918–1920).

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Adeleye, Gabriel G. (1999). World Dictionary of Foreign Expressions. Ed. Thomas J. Sienkewicz and James T. McDonough, Jr. Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, Inc. ISBN 0-86516-422-3.
  2. The majority o Hungarian fowk acame Christian in the 10t century. Hungary's first keeng, Saunt Stephen I, teuk up Wastren Christianity. Hungary remained solely Catholic till the Reformation teuk place during the 16t century an, as a result, Lutheranism an then, suin afterwards, Calvinism stairtit tae spread.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Historical World Atlas. With the commendation of the Royal Geographical Society. Carthographia, Budapest, Hungary, 2005. ISBN 963-352-002-9
  4. Emil Valkovics:Demography of contemporary Hungarian society, 1996, p. 15
  5. Kollega Tarsoly, István, ed. (1996). "Magyarország". Révai nagy lexikona (in Hungarian). Volume 21. Budapest: Hasonmás Kiadó. p. 572. ISBN 963-9015-02-4. 
  6. Élesztős László; et al., eds. (2004). "Magyarország". Révai új lexikona (in Hungarian). Volume 13. Budapest: Hasonmás Kiadó. pp. 882, 895. ISBN 963-9556-13-0. 

Coordinates: 47°28′N 19°03′E / 47.467°N 19.050°E / 47.467; 19.050