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A Trianoni béke 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
2801 — 3000
Görhegy — Határörs
 
 
       
       
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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  
       
Görhegy Gerlinci Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Slovenia
Göröcsfalva Satu Nou Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Görögfalu Závadka Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Göröginye Ohradzany Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Gredistye Grădiştea de Munte Rumania  
Grid /Fogaras vm./ Grid /j. Braşov/ Rumania  
Grid /Hunyad vm./ Grid /j. Hunedoara/ Rumania  
Grinád Pezinok (Myslenice) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Grodnó Marisadorf (Grodnau) Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Grohot Grohot Rumania  
Grujelács Dealu Mare (Gruielaci) Rumania  
Grúny Gruni Rumania  
Guga Guga Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Guotfalu Gôtovany Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Guradobra Dobra (Gura Dobrii) Rumania  
Gurány Gurani Rumania  
Guraró Gura Râului Rumania  
Guraszáda Gurasada Rumania  
Gurzófalva Fetindia Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Guszona Husiná Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Gúta Kolárovo Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Gutonya Cutina Rumania  
Gutor Hamuliakovo Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Gyákos Giacăş Rumania  
Gyála Đala Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Serbia
Gyálakuta Gialacuta Rumania  
Gyalán Delani Rumania  
Gyalár Ghelari Rumania  
Gyalmár Gelmar Rumania  
Gyalu Gilău Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyalumare Dealu Mare Rumania  
Gyanafa Ženavlje Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Slovenia
Gyanafalva Jennersdorf Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Gyanta Ginta Rumania  
Gyapár Ďapalovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Gyapjú Gepiu Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyarak Kmet'ovo Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Gyegyesény Ghighişeni Rumania  
Gyeke Geaca Rumania  
Gyepes Ghipeş Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyepesfalu Prisaca Rumania  
Gyepűfüzes Kohfidisch Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Gyepűpataka Prisaca Rumania  
Gyepűsolymos Şoimuş + Petreasa Rumania  
Gyér Giera Rumania  
Gyéresszentkirály Câmpia Turzii (Ghiriş-Sâncraiu) Rumania  
Gyergyóalfalu Joseni Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyergyóbékás Bicazu Ardelean Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyergyócsomafalva Ciumani Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyergyóholló Corbu Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyergyóremete Remetea Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyergyószentmiklós Gheorgheni Rumania town, 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyergyótölgyes Tulgheş Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyergyóújfalu Suseni Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyergyóvárhegy Subcetate Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyerk Šahy (Hrkovce) Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Gyerőfalva Păniceni Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyerőfidongó Dângău Mic Rumania  
Gyerővásárhely Dumbrava Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyetyámos Cărpiniş /j. Timiş/ Rumania  
Gyertyánfa Hrabičov + Ostrý Grúň Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Gyertyánliget Kobilecka Pol'ana Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Gyertyános Cărpiniş /j. Hunedoara/ Rumania  
Gyertyánpatak Hrabovčík Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Gyetva Detva Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Gyimesbükk Făget Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyimesfelsőlok Lunca de Sus Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyimesközéplok Lunca de Jos Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyimótfalva Bad Tatzmannsdorf (Jormannsdorf) Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Gyirót Nikitsch (Kroatisch Geresdorf) Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Gyiva Šarkan (Diva) Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Gyónfalva Hrišovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Gyorok Ghioroc Rumania  
Gyökeres Remeţi pe Someş Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyökös Dekýš Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Gyöngy Giungi Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyöngyösfő Unterkohlstätten (Günseck) Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Györgyfalva Gheorghieni Rumania  
Györgyfölde Jurkova Vol'a Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Györgyháza Velika Greda Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Serbia
Györgyi Ďurd'ošík Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Györgylaka Mala Subotica (Jurčevec) Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Györgyös Ďurd'oš Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Györke Ďurkov Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Györkefalva Cetăţele Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Györkeháza Rajec (Ďurčiná) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Győröd Ghiroda Rumania  
Györösd Jureşti Rumania  
Gyulafalva Dulice Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Gyulafehérvár Alba Iulia Rumania town
Gyulakuta Fântânele Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyulas Giuluş Rumania  
Gyulaszeg Ciula Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyulatelep Sălbăgelu Nou Rumania  
Gyulatelke Coasta Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyulatő Juliţa Rumania  
Gyulavarsánd Vărşand Rumania  
Gyurkapataka Jurca Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyűgy Dudince Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Gyümölcsénes Plopiş Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Gyümölcsfalva Knezovec Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Gyümölcshegy Zasadbreg Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Gyüreg Giroc Rumania  
Gyürki Ďurkovce Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Habovka Habovka Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hacazsel Hăţăjel Rumania  
Hacsó Hnúšt'a (Hačava) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hadad Hodod Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Hadadgyőrtelek Giurtelecu Hododului Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Hadadnádasd Nadişu Hododului Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Hadas Púchov (Hoštiná) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hadrév Hădăreni Rumania  
Hági Rel'ov (Hagy) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hagymádfalva Spinuş Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Hagymásbodon Budiu Mic Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Hagymáslápos Lăpuşel Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Hajagos Klokočov Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hajasd Volos'anka Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Hajnik Sliač (Hajníky) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hájó Haieu Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Hajtóka Hajtovka Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Halábor Badalovo (Halabor) Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Halács Haláčovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Halasd Rohovské Rybky (Rybky) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Halmágy Hălmeag Rumania  
Halmágycsúcs Vârfurile Rumania  
Halmágygórós Groşi Rumania  
Halmágymező Poienari Rumania  
Halmi Halmeu Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Halmos Jablonec Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Halmosd Halmăşd Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Halmosfő Gorica Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Slovenia
Hámbor Brezovička Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hámoros Trenčianska Turná Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hámortó Lockenhaus (Hammerteich) Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Hámos Žilina (Považský Chlmec) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hámosfalva Rozložná Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hámri it have been no more 
because a hydroeletric station
Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hamvasd Oberschützen (Aschau im Burgenland) Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Hanajna Hnojné Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Handalbustyaháza Buštino (Topolivka) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Hankvágósa Hankovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hanusfalva Spišské Hanušovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hanva Chanava Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Háporton Hopârta Rumania  
Haracsony Horitschon Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Harádics Hradište pod Vrátnom Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Haragos Preluca Nouă Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Haragosalja Groape Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Haraklány Hereclean Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Harakóc Harakovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Haraly Harale Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Harampatak Potoc Rumania  
Harangfalva Suchá nad Parnou (Zvončín) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Harangláb Hărănglab Rumania  
Harangmező Hidişelu de Sus Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Harapás Kusín Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Harapkó Hrabkov Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Harastyán Donji Hraščan Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Haraszt Chrast' nad Hornádom Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Harasztkerék Roteni Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Harasztos Călăraşi Rumania  
Harcó Hărţău Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Harcos Zboj Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hardicsa Zemplínske Hradište Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hari Heria Rumania  
Harina Herina Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Harka Harka Austria 1922 return to Hungary
Harkabúz Harkabuz Poland 1939-1944 to Slovakia
Harkács Hrkáč Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Harmac Chrámec Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Harmad Tapia (Armădia) Rumania  
Hármasfalu Weiden bei Rechnitz (Podgoria) Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Hármaspatak Valea Târnei Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Harmatos Žilina (Rosina) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Haró Hărău Rumania  
Háromalmás Almaş Rumania  
Hárommalatin Malatíny Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Háromrevuca Liptovské Revúce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Háromsátor Bernstein (Dreihütten) Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Háromszlécs Sliače Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Háromudvar Žilina (Turie) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hárs Turički (Lipovec) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Hársád Litmanová Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Harság Záborské Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hársas Chrenovec (Lipník) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hársfalva Nelipino Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Hárskút Lipovník Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Hársliget Lipovci Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Slovenia
Hárspatak Kukmirn (Limbach im Burgenland) Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Hartyán Chrt'any Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Hasadát Hăşdate Rumania  
Hasfalva Neckenmarkt (Haschendorf) Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Hásság Haşag Rumania  
Határ Hotărel Rumania  
Határfalva Kramarovci Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Slovenia
Határfő Oberschützen (Schmiedrait) Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Határhegy Zahorb Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Határhely Hraničné Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Határörs Stanetinec Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia


Utoljára frissítve: 2000.06.05.
Szerző: Molnár István
Email: molnarok@compunet.hu