Miklós Zeidler

teaches at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest and has published widely on the history of inter-war Hungary. His books include Ideas on Territorial Revision in Hungary 1920-1945 (2007, also in Hungarian).


When voting ‘Yes’ means rejection

Miklós Zeidler talks to András Schweitzer

Forced to ratify the Treaty of Trianon in 1920, Hungarian parliamentarians had planned to demonstrate their opposition through a show of unanimity. For historian Miklós Zeidler, the actions of dissenting MPs illustrate the distinction between a sense of injustice and false patriotism.

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