Re: [S-R] Hungary map
- Hello Matt,
Here is a little orientation.
There is a nice map that shows the old counties of Hungary, overlaid on
the present-day map of Slovakia here:
A 1910 map of Hungary with the original counties can be found here:
http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910/vmlista.htm (scroll to page bottom.)
Compare the aforementioned and you will see where the counties fit, in
what was called "Upper Hungary."
Bohemia, Moravia were always part of Austria. The province of Galicia
(now Southern Poland and a snitch of lands eastward was also part of
This map: http://parizs.tripod.com/trianon/trianonterkep.html
shows how Hungary was broken apart after WWI through the Treaty of
Trianon. It shows the successor nations. Of course this was only valid
until WWII, however, the form "generally" held (the exceptions were
"relatively small.") even after the war.
Does this help?
On Tue, August 15, 2006 10:18 am, Matt Procter said:
> I've seen the Hungary map posted online several times. But can someone--
> give us some frame of reference for what, if any, part of modern Slovakia
> that this map represents?
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