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A Trianoni béke által Magyarországtól elcsatolt települések 1920.
Settlements detached from Hungary by the Treaty of Trianon 1920
1 — 200
Abafája — Alsóilosva

         
City,town or village with Hungarian majority 1910
City,town or village with Hungarian minority 1910
City,town or village, less than 50 Hungarians 1910

         
magyar neve 1920-ban  hivatalos neve 1999 elcsatolva 1920 Magyar történet
Hungarian name 1920  Official name 1999 to country 1920 Hung.  History





Abafája Apalina Rumania 69% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Abafalva Král' (Abovce) Czechoslovakia 100% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Abara Oborín Czechoslovakia 99% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Abásfalva Apalina Rumania 100% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Abaszállás <[Abalehota]> Lehota Czechoslovakia 3% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Abaszéplak Košice (Krásna) Czechoslovakia 20% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Abaújharaszti Chrastné Czechoslovakia 11% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Abaújnádasd Trestené pri Hornáde Czechoslovakia 41% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Abaújrákos Rákoš Czechoslovakia 65% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Abaújszakaly Hutníky (Sokol'any) Czechoslovakia 32% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Abaújszina Seňa Czechoslovakia 92% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Abdalóc Edlitz im Burgenland Austria 6% 1938-1944 to Germany
Ábelfalva Ábelová Czechoslovakia 6% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Abos Obišovce Czechoslovakia 4% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Abosfalva Abuş Rumania 51%  
Ábrahám Abrahám Czechoslovakia 5% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Ábrahámfalva Abrahámovce Czechoslovakia 0% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Ábrahámpikfalva Abrahámovce + Pikovce Czechoslovakia 1% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Ábránfalva Obrăneşti Rumania 99% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Ábránka Abranka Czechoslovakia 0% 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Ábrány Abranovce Czechoslovakia 1% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Abroncsos <[Obrucsnó]> Obručné Czechoslovakia 0% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Abrudbánya Abrud Rumania 40% town
Abrudfalva Abrud-Sat Rumania 3%  
Abrudkerpenyes Cărpiniş Rumania 2%  
Abucsa Abucea Rumania 11%  
Ácsfalva <[Acsuca]> Aciuţa Rumania 7%  
Ácsva Avram Iancu Rumania 1%  
Ada Ada Yugoslavia 84% 1941-1944 to Hungary
Adalin Adalin Rumania 1% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Ádámfalva <[Adamóckisbiróc]> Adamovské Kochanovce (Adamovce + Malé Bierovce) Czechoslovakia 3% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Ádámfölde Mošurov Czechoslovakia 0% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Ádámos Adămuş Rumania 70%  
Adorján Adrian Rumania 99% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Adorjánfalva <[Adrianc]> Odranci Yugoslavia 0% 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Slovenia
Aga Brestovăţ Rumania 16%  
Agadics Agadici Rumania 1%  
Ágcsernyő Čierna Czechoslovakia 100% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Ágfalva Ágfalva Austria 4% 1922 return to Hungary
Ágó Nýrovce (Agov) Czechoslovakia 100% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Ágostháza <[Welbach]> Bystrany Czechoslovakia 3% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Ágostonfalva Augustin Rumania 8%  
Ágostonlak <[Závadka]> Závadka nad Hronom Czechoslovakia 3% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Ágotakövesd Coveş Rumania 7%  
Ágya Adea Rumania 98%  
Agyagfalva Lutiţa Rumania 100% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Agyagospatak Hlinné Czechoslovakia 2% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Agyidóc Adidovce Czechoslovakia 3% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Aha Horný Ohaj Czechoslovakia 100% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Áj Háj Czechoslovakia 100% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Ájfalucska Hačava Czechoslovakia 6% 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Ajnácskő Hajnáčka Czechoslovakia 99% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Ajton Aiton Rumania 29%  
Akli Dakovo (Klinove) Czechoslovakia 98% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Aklos <[Uklina]> Uklin Czechoslovakia 2% 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Akmár Acmariu Rumania 0%  
Aknasugatag Ocna Şugatag Rumania 95% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Aknaszlatina Solotvino Czechoslovakia 99% 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Ákos Acâş Rumania 79% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Ákosfalva Acăţari Rumania 97% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alamor Alămor Rumania 15%  
Albár Dolný Bár Czechoslovakia 100% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Albertfalu Grabovac Yugoslavia 14% 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Albis Albiş Rumania 100% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alcina Alţina Rumania 1%  
Alcsil Cil Rumania 10%  
Áldásos Hălăliş Rumania 2%  
Aldoboly Dobolii de Jos Rumania 58%  
Áldófalva Aldeşti Rumania 4%  
Aldorf Bistriţa (Unirea) Rumania 4% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alfüged Ciugudu de Jos Rumania 1%  
Algyógyalfalu Geogiau Rumania 15%  
Algyógyfelfalu Geogiau (Geogaiul de Sus) Rumania 25%  
Alhó Markt Allhau Austria 2% 1938-1944 to Germany
Alibunár Alibunar Yugoslavia 6% 1941-1944 to Serbia
Alistál Dolný Štál Czechoslovakia 99% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Alkenyér Şibot Rumania 5%  
Alkér Cheriu Rumania 5% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almád Jablanka Yugoslavia 1% 1941-1944 to Serbia
Almafa Măru Rumania 7%  
Almágy Gemerský Jablonec Czechoslovakia 100% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Almakerék Mălâncrav Rumania 2%  
Almamező Hidişelu de Jos Rumania 2% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almásbalázsháza Bălan Rumania 2% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almáscsáka Ceaca Rumania 0% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almásdál Dolu Rumania 2% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almásegres Agrişu Mare Rumania 3%  
Almasel Almăşel Rumania 1%  
Almásfalu <[Jablonó]> Jablonové Czechoslovakia 1% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Almásfegyvernek Fegernic Rumania 38% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almásgalgó Gâlgău Almaşului Rumania 3% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almásköblös <[Oláhköblösd]> Cubleşu Rumania 1% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almásmálom Malin Rumania 52% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almásmező Poiana Mărului Rumania 1%  
Almásnyíres Mesteacănu Rumania 2% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almásrákos Racâş Rumania 2% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almásróna <[Ravenszka]> Ravensca Rumania 0%  
Almástamási Tămaşa Rumania 2% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almaszeg Voivozi Rumania 10% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almaszeghuta Huta Voivozi Rumania 2% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almásszelistye Almaş-Sălişte Rumania 0%  
Almásszentmária Sântă Măria Rumania 1% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Almásszentmihály Sânmihaiu Almaşului Rumania 4% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alménes <[Kresztaménes]> Minişel Rumania 2%  
Alőr Urişor Rumania 11% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alparét Bobâlna Rumania 5% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alpestes Peştişu Mare Rumania 47%  
Alsóaklos Ocoliş Rumania 2%  
Alsóalmád <[Alsójablonka]> Jablonové Czechoslovakia 0% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóalmás Jabloňovce (Dolný Almáš) Czechoslovakia 5% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóapsa Dibrova Czechoslovakia 1% 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Alsóaradi Aradac (Andrejevac) Yugoslavia 2% 1941-1944 to Serbia
Alsóárpás Arpaşu de Jos Rumania 7%  
Alsóatrak Dolné Otrokovce Czechoslovakia 0% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóbágyon <[Alsóbadin]> Dolný Badín Czechoslovakia 2% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóbajom Boian Rumania 10%  
Alsóbaka <[Alsótótbaka]> Devičany (Dolné Devičany) Czechoslovakia 2% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóbalázsfalva Blăjenii de Jos Rumania 5% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsóbalog Vel'ký Blh (Nižný Blh) Czechoslovakia 99% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóbán Bănişor Rumania 1% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsóbarakony Berechiu Rumania 4%  
Alsóbarbatyeniszkrony Iscroni Rumania 27%  
Alsóbaskóc Baškovce Czechoslovakia 2% 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóbaucár Băuţar (Băuţaru Inferior) Rumania 2%  
Alsóbeled Bildein (Unterbildein) Austria 0% 1938-1944 to Germany
Alsóbencsek Bencecu de Jos Rumania 3%  
Alsóberek <[Homonnabresztó]> Brestov Czechoslovakia 0% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóberekszó Bârsău de Jos Rumania 6% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsóbeszterce Dolnja Bistrica Yugoslavia 0% 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Slovenia
Alsóbisztra Nižnyj Bistryj Czechoslovakia 10% 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Alsóbodok Dolné Obdokovce Czechoslovakia 96% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóbogáta <[Oláhbogáta]> Bogata de Jos Rumania 4% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsóboj Boiu de Jos Rumania 0%  
Alsóboldád Bolda Rumania 3% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsóboldogfalva <[Alsóboldogasszonyfalva]> Bodogoaia Rumania 100% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsóborgó Josenii Bârgului Rumania 8% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsóbotfalu Bzince pod Javorinou (Dolné Bznice) Czechoslovakia 1% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóbölkény <[Magyarbölkény]> Beica de Jos Rumania 71% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsóbudak <[Kisbudak]> Buduş Rumania 6% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsócsáj Nižný Čáj Czechoslovakia 60% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Alsócsalogány <[Alsószlavicsa]> Dolnji Slaveči Yugoslavia 4% 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Slovenia
Alsócsatár Felsőcsatár Austria 6% 1923 return to Hungary
Alsócsebény <[Alsócsebinye]> Čabiny (Nižné Čabiny) Czechoslovakia 1% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsócsernáton Cernat (Cernatu de Jos) Rumania 98% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsócsernye <[Csernina]> Černina Czechoslovakia 0% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsócsertés Certeju de Jos Rumania 1%  
Alsócsitár Nitra (Štitáre) Czechoslovakia 97% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsócsobánka Ciubanca Rumania 0% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsócsóra Săliştea Rumania 2%  
Alsócsöpöny Sered' (Dolný Čepeň) Czechoslovakia 31% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsódacsólam Dačov Lom (Dolný Dačov Lom) Czechoslovakia 2% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóderna Dernişoara Rumania 9% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsódetrehem Tritenii de Jos Rumania 13% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsódiós Dolné Orešany Czechoslovakia 1% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsódombó Dolné Dubové Czechoslovakia 1% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsódomború Donja Dubrava Yugoslavia 9% 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Alsódombró <[Dumbravica]> Dumbrăviţa Rumania 1%  
Alsódomonya Užhorod (Domaninci) Czechoslovakia 8% 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Alsódraskóc Dolné Držkovce Czechoslovakia 9% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsódubovány Dubovany (Dolné Dubovany) Czechoslovakia 1% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóegregy <[Magyaregregy]> Românaşi Rumania 8% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsóegres Agrişu de Jos Rumania 3% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsóelefánt Dolé Lefantovce Czechoslovakia 7% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóelemér <[Németelemér]> Elemir (Nemački Elemir) Yugoslavia 8% 1941-1944 to Serbia
Alsóerdőfalva <[Újleszna]> Nová Lesná Czechoslovakia 2% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóesztergály Dolné Strháre Czechoslovakia 9% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsófalu Polina Czechoslovakia 99% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Alsófarkadin Unirea Rumania 16%  
Alsófegyvernek Zbrojníky (Dolný Fed'vernek) Czechoslovakia 99% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Alsófehérkút Dolné Príbelce Czechoslovakia 8% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsófeketevölgy Valea de Jos Rumania    
Alsófenyves <[Alsójedlova]> Nižná Jedlová Czechoslovakia 0% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóferencfalva Ferketinec Yugoslavia 2% 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Alsófernezely Baia Mare (Ferneziu) Rumania 30% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsófricske Fričkovce Czechoslovakia 2% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsófüld Fildu de Jos Rumania 4% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsófüle Fildu de Jos Rumania 1%  
Alsófüves <[Alsóverzár]> Vărzarii de Jos Rumania 2%  
Alsógáld Galda de Jos Rumania 5%  
Alsógellér Holiare (Dolný Gellér) Czechoslovakia 100% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Alsógereben <[Alsóhrabonica]> Činadijovo (Nižnja Hrabivnicja) Czechoslovakia 5% 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Alsógezés Ghijasa de Jos Rumania 0%  
Alsógörbed Crivina Rumania 1%  
Alsógyékényes Jichişu de Jos Rumania 2% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsógyertyán <[Alsóhrabóc]> Fričkovce Czechoslovakia 13% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsógyőröd Dolný Ďur Czechoslovakia 33% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóhagymás Hăşmaş Rumania 4% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsóhalas <[Alsóribnice]> Nižná Rybnica Czechoslovakia 17% 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóhámor Hodruša-Hámre (Dolné Hámre) Czechoslovakia 6% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóhatárszeg <[Nagyrosztoka]> Roztoka (Nižnja Roztoka) Czechoslovakia 3% 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Alsóhelbény Topol'čany (Dolné Chlebany) Czechoslovakia 2% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóhidas <[Alsómostenyec]> Považská Bystrica (Dolný Moštenec) Czechoslovakia 0% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóhidegpatak Nižnyj Studenyj Czechoslovakia 1% 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Alsóhímes <[Alsópiszanya]> Nižná Pisaná Czechoslovakia 0% 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóhomoród Homoroade (Homorodu de Jos) Rumania 13% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsóhunkóc Choňkovce Czechoslovakia 5% 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóhuta <[Óhuta]> Iegherişte Rumania 7% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsóhutka Nižná Hutka Czechoslovakia 29% 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Alsóidecs Ideciu de Jos Rumania 5% 1940-1944 to Hungary
Alsóilosva Ilişua Rumania 40% 1940-1944 to Hungary


 
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Utoljára frissítve: 2000. 11. 06.
Szerző: Molnar Istvan.
Email: molnarok@compunet.hu