Hungary country studies

Hungary country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
History
Early History
Medieval Period
Stephen I
Politics and Society Under Stephen's Successors
King Bela and Reconstruction
Renaissance and Reformation
Reign of Ulaszlo Ii and Louis Ii
Partition of Hungary
Royal Hungary
Ottoman Hungary
Transylvania
End of the Partition
The Habsburgs
Reign of Leopold Ii
Reign of Charles Vi and Maria Theresa
Enlightened Absolutism
Economic and Social Developments
The Revolution of March 1848
Aftermath of the Revolution
Dual Monarchy
Rise of the Liberal Party
Social Changes
Political and Economic Life, 1905-19
World War I
Hungarian Soviet Republic
Counterrevolution
Trianon Hungary
Bethlen Government
Economic Development
The Great Depression
Radical Right in Power
World War Ii
Postwar Hungary
Rakosi's Rule
Revolution of 1956
Kadar's Reforms
New Economic Mechanism
Geography
Topography
Climate
The Society
Population
Birth Rate, Marriage and Death
Settlement Patterns
The Hungarian People
Origins and Language
Minority Groups
Social Structure
Interwar Period
Postwar Societal Transformation
Social Relations in the 1980S
The Elite
The Disadvantaged
Social Institutions
The Family
Mass Organizations
Trade Unions
Women
Youth
Religion
Education
Health and Welfare
Bibliography

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hungary
http://www.economist.com/topics/hungary


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