Historical Review of Hungary
is a Central European country and it is found between Slovakia, Ukraine,
Romania, Croatia, Serbija, and Austria. It’s a plain land, and was inhabited
1.200 years ago by Magyars (sons of the land),a Finno-Ugric nation,
racially a part of the Uralic/ Altaic race that reached Hungary from
the Urals. Today in the Urals, the Ethnic relatives of the Hungarians
Ostijaks and Bogguls are found. European relatives of the Hungarians
are the Szekelys that live in the Carpathian basin and identify themselves
as Hungarians, the Putsul tribe of Slovakia, which speaks Hungarian
like dialect but identifies itself as Slovakian, the Finnish people
and the nations of the Baltics.
During their migration, Magyars came into contact with Turanic nations that had effect on their language, as well a contact with the Nordic nations should be considered sure, since they used a similar Runic alphabet as the Nordmen. The language is a Turkish one, given the broader sense of it, but weirdly enough striking similarities exist with Hindy (ezer-hazar, Bihar) and Persian (Sarut) especially in names of places.
900 they had already become the fear of Europe, raiding constantly everything,
reaching South Italy and France, but also fighting to preserve their
identity between the two other newcomers of Europe. The Goths (Germans)
and the Slavs. As a result of this the Hungarians developed a high sense
of patriotism and preserved their customs, even though we have to admit
that almost every aspect of their lives has a very obvious German mark
first recognized King of Hungary, is king Geza that received the Byzantine
Crown, that the Hungarians called “Corona Greca” while later on the
Pope would send another Crown to this country which would be
known as “Corona Latina”. Hungarian goldsmiths then, forged these two
crown into one, that is called “Sacra Corona”
and is depicted on the Coat of arms. There are several Byzantine
Archeologists that believe
however –mainly Germans- that the “Corona Greca” is forged since the
Byzantine Emperors, addressed as Emperors only the holders of the Persian
throne and non other.
a country Hungary reaches it’s most glorious point under the King Mathias
(Mathiew) Korvin. During his rule Janos Hunyadi, a General will successfully
defend the country against the Turkish invasions. He will destroy the
Turkish army in the Battle of Belgrade. The impact was so great that
the Pope himself gave an order for all the Catholic Churches to ring
their bells at 12:00 to commemorate this victory. This custom still
takes place. Also historical is an alliance with George Kastriotis (Skadenberg)
and Count Vlad Tepes Dracula, under the Grace of the Pope to liberate
Constantinople (Istanbul) from the Turks.
the war, absolute chaos prevailed. The communists took –as usual- advantage
of it and established their own government. This regime was hated by
the Hungarians and it wouldn’t be long until the revolution of 1956
would start. Initially the Patriots, the Democrats and the National
Communists would win USSR but in the long run the Soviets defeated the
revolution and drowned the country in blood.
voted for entrance to the EU, with 56% yes and 44% no
you know that:
-What is the Arany Bika? The " Golden Bull" is the first constitution of Hungary. The big Hotel down town is named after it and it commemorates the existence of a legitimate state.
Hungarians do not swear their oath to their country, by swearing faith
to their leaders, but to the Holly Crown? The King or the President
himself is lower than the Crown, which is the symbol of acceptance of
Hungary in the family of European nations.
you notice all the Hunnish traditions in here? Hungarians appeared at
8th or 9th century while Attila invaded Europe
at 550. According to the Byz. Archaeologist Charles Hoppf, the Huns
later on where named Abars. Abars together with the Slavs, would attack
Byzantium. Emperor Leon the 6th attacked them together with
the Chazars – another Turkmen nation, similar to Bulgarians, that established
a country at river Volga and converted massively to Judaism. They were
destroyed by the Russians- and destroyed their country. The leftovers
fled to trans Danubia where they found their ethnic relatives (Magyars)
and passed all these traditions to them.
to the legend, there were two brothers, Magyar and Attila. Attila made
Hunnia and Magyar established Magyarorszag. Hunnia was destroyed but
Magyar’s country survived.