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A trianoni békeszerződés által Magyarországtól elcsatolt települések 1920.

              Settlements detached from Hungary by the Treaty of Trianon 1920

A Trianoni béke által Magyarországtól elcsatolt települések 1920.
Settlements detachEd from Hungary by the Treaty of Trianon 1920
1601 — 1800
Csucsa — Dócs
 
 
       
       
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Village with Hungarian majority 1910 town with Hungarian majority 1910 city with Hungarian majority 1910
Village with Hungarian minority 1910 town with Hungarian minority 1910 city with Hungarian minority 1910
Village, no Hungarians 1910 town, no Hungarians 1910 city, no Hungarians 1910  
       
       
       
       
magyar neve 1920-ban hivatalos neve 1999 elcsatolva 1920 megjegyzés
Hungarian name 1920 Official name 1999 to country 1920  
       
Csucsa Ciucea Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Csúcsmező Poiana Rumania  
Csucsom Rožňava (Čučma) Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Csudafalva Ciudanoviţa Rumania  
Csufud Blaj (Izvoarele) Rumania  
Csujafalva Ciuleşti Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Csukaháza Čukalovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Csukárd Vinosady (Vel'ké Trnie) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Csukárpaka Vel'ká Paka (Čukárska Paka) Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Csukás Ştiuca Rumania  
Csuklász Čuklasovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Csungány Ciungani Rumania  
Csurog Čurug Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary
Csuszka T'uška Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Csuta Ciuta Rumania  
Csúz Dubník Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Csúza Suza Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Csüdőtelke Cuştelnic Rumania  
Csűrfalva Cliţ Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Csürülye Ciurila Rumania  
Csütörtök Štvrtok na Ostrove Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Csütörtökhely Spišský Štvrtok Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dabar Dobroč Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dabjon Domnin Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dabjonújfalu Bârsa Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dabolc Dobolţ Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dacsókeszi Kosihovce Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Dadafalva Dedačov Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dajta Cífer (Jarná) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dál Deal Rumania  
Dalbosfalva Dalboşeţ Rumania  
Dálcs Dalci Rumania  
Dallos Ihráč Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dalmad Domadice Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dálnok Dalnic Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dályok Duboševica Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Damása Domašinec Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Dancsfalva Donceni Rumania  
Dánfalva Dăneşti Chioarului Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dank Dâncu Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dános Daneş Rumania  
Dánpataka Vălenii Lăpuşului Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Danulesd Dănuleşti Rumania  
Dányán Daia Rumania  
Dara Dara Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Darabos Drábsko Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Darázs DrហYugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Darázsfalu Trausdorf an der Wulka Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Darázsi Drážovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dárda Darda Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Dargó Dargov Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Darlac Dârlos Rumania  
Darnya Drňa Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Daróc Šarišské Dravce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Darufalva Drassburg Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Daruvár Darova Rumania  
Darva Kolodne Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Datk Dopca Rumania  
Dávidfalva Zavidovo + Stanovo (Handerovic'a) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Dávidvágása Davidov Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Deákfalu Diaková Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Deáki Diakovce Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Deánfalva Ďanová Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Debren Dobrin Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Debrőd Debrad' Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Dechtár it have been no more because a 
hydroeletric station
Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Décse Dieci Rumania  
Décsfalva Dejuţiu Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Décskelecsény Kl'ačany Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Décső Ďačov Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Déda Deda Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dédács Simeria (Biscaria) Rumania  
Dedrád Dedrad Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dedrádszéplak Goreni Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dejte Dechtice Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dékánfalva Dekanovec Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Dékányos Dicăneşti Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Delejes Dragoslavec Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Delényes Delineşti Rumania  
Deléte Daletice Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Deliblát Deliblato Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Serbia
Dellőapáti Apatiu Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Delnekakasfalva Kokošovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Delzsén Dlžín Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Deménd Demandice Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Deménfalu Liptovský Mikulᚠ(Demänova) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Demény Domaniža Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Deményháza Dămeni Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Deméte Demjata Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Demeterfalva Dumitreştii (Dumitreşti) Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Demeterpataka Dumitra Rumania  
Demsus Densuş Rumania  
Dénes Úhorná Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dénesd Dunajská Lužná (Jánošíková) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dénesfalva Danišovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dénesújfalu Sliepkovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dengeleg Livada Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Denta Denta Rumania  
Dér Mrázovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dercen Dercen Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Dercsény Dursztyn Poland 1939-1944 to Slovakia
Dercsika Jurová Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Deregnyő Drahňov Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Derencsény Drienčany Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Derenyő Drinova Rumania  
Deresk Držkovce Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Deréte Dretea Rumania  
Dérföld Steinberg-Dörfl (Dörfl) Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Dernő Drnava Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Dernye Deronje Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary
Derzsenye Drženice Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dés Dej Rumania town, 1940-1944 to Hungary
Désakna Dej (Ocna Dejului) Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Désfalva Deaj Rumania  
Désháza Deja Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Deskófalva Brid (Deškovic'a) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Déskörtvélyes Curtuiuşu Dejului Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Désorbó Gârbău Dejului Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Desze Deseşti Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Détér Gemerský Dechtáre Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Detre Detrík Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Detrefalva Olcnava Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Detrehem Drighiu Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Detrekőcsütörtök Plavecký Štvrtok Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Detrekőszentmiklós Plavecký MikulᚠCzechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Detrekőszentpéter Plavecký Peter Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Detrekőváralja Plavecké Podhradie Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Detta Deta Rumania  
Déva Deva Rumania town
Dévény Bratislava (Devín) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Germany, 1993 to Slovakia
Dévényújfalu Bratislava (Devínska Nová Ves) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Germany, 1993 to Slovakia
Devicse Devičie Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dezesd Dezeşti Rumania  
Dezmér Dezmir Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dézna Dezna Rumania  
Déznaláz Laz Rumania  
Dezsán Dejani Rumania  
Dézsánfalva Dejan Rumania  
Dezsér Dežerice Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dezsérlaka Držimurec Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Dezsőháza Satu Mic Rumania  
Dicsény Jitin Rumania  
Dicsőszentmárton Târnăveni Rumania town
Dimvár Suchohrad Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Diód Stremţ Rumania  
Diófás Mireş Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Diómál Geomal Rumania  
Diós Deuşu Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Diósad Dioşod Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Diósfalu Orechové Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dósförgepatony Orechová Potôň Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Dióshalom Şurdeşti Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dióska Orechová Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dióslak Nuskova Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Slovenia
Dióspatak Vălişoara Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dipse Dipşa Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Disznajó Vălenii de Mureş Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Disznópataka Valea Stejarului Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Ditró Ditrău Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Divécs Divici Rumania  
Divékbanka Diviaky nad Nitricou (Banky) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Divékjánosi Diviaky nad Nitricou (Ježkova
Ves nad Nitricou)
Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Divékrudnó Nitrianske Rudno Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Divékszécs Seč Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Divéktemes Temeš Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Divékújfalu Diviacka Nová Ves Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Divény Divin Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Divényhuta Stará Huta Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Divényoroszi Podkriváň Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dizsér Dijir Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dluha Dlhá nad Oravicou Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dobfenek Dubno Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Dobó Dubové Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dobóca Dubovec Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Doboka Dăbâca (j. Hunedoara) Rumania  
Doboka Dăbâca (j. Cluj) Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dobolló Dobârlău Rumania  
Doborcsány Dobricioneşti Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Doborgaz Dobrohošt' Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Doborján Raiding Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Doborka Dobârca Rumania  
Dobóruszka Ruská Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Dobosd Dubeşti Rumania  
Dobra Dobra (j. Hunedoara) Rumania  
Dobra Dobra (j. Satu Mare) Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dobrácsapáti Apateu Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Dobrafalva Rudersdorf (Dobersdorf) Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Dobrapatak Potok Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dobroc Dobroţ Rumania  
Dobrocsna Liešt'any (Dobročná) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dobróka Dúbravka Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dobrókirályi Zvolen (Král'ová) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dobronya Dobrá Niva Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dobrosd Dobreşti Rumania  
Dobroszló Dobroslava Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dobróváralja Podzámčok Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dobsina Dobšiná Czechoslovakia town, 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dóc Dolaţ Rumania  
Dóczyfűrésze Píla Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Dócs Dojč Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia


Utoljára frissítve: 2000.03.31.
Szerző: Molnár István
Email: molnarok@compunet.hu