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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
3401 — 3600
Jánosfalva — Karvaly
 
 
       
       
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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 <[1880 körül]> hivatalos neve 1999 elcsatolva 1920 megjegyzés
Hungarian name 1920 <[~1880]> Official name 1999 to country 1920  
       
Jánosfalva Novo Selo Rok Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Jánosfölde Iohanisfeld Rumania  
Jánosgyarmat <[Janólehota]> Janova Lehota Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jánoshegy <[Perk]> Kremnica (Kremnické Bane) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jánosi Rimavské Janovce Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jánoska Janovík Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jánosrét <[Lúcska]> Kremnica (Lúčky) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jánostelek <[Nestich]> Smolenice
(Smolenická Nová Ves)
Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jánosújfalu <[Janófalva]> Klátova Nová Ves (Janova Ves) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jánosvágása <[Hankóc]> Hankovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jánosvölgye <[Jankóc]> Jankovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Járabánya Băişoara Rumania  
Jarabó <[Jaraba]> Jarabá Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Járamagura Măgura Ierii Rumania  
Járarákos Vălişoara Rumania  
Járaszurdok Surduc Rumania  
Jármos <[Jalova]> Jalová Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jás Iaşi Rumania  
Jásfalva Iaşu Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Jaskafalva <[Kolosjeskófalu]> Vel'ký Klíž (Ješkova Ves) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jász Iaz Rumania  
Jaszenica Oravská Jasenica Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jaszenova Jasenová Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jászfalu Jásová Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jászló Jaslovské Bohunice (Jaslovce) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jászó Jasov Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jászómindszent Poproč Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jászóújfalu Nováčany Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jászóváralja <[Pizendorf]> Jasov (Jasovský Podzamok) Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jávor <[Jalova]> Pidpolozz'a (Jalove) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Jávorfalu <[Sztesér]> Stejera Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Javorina Žd'iar (Javorina) Czechoslovakia 1938-1939 to Poland, 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jávoros <[Zsugásztra]> Jugăstreni Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Jávorvölgy <[Pontinásza]> Păltineasa Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Jecenye Jasenie Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jedd Livezeni Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Jeder Iadăra Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Jegenye Leghia Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Jegenyés <[Topolóc]> Topolovci Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Slovenia
Jekelfalva Jaklovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jelsőc Jelšovec Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jéne Janice Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jenke Jenkovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jenőfalva <[Eugénfalu]> Podravlje Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Jerce Ierşnic Rumania  
Jernye Jarovnice Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jeszenő Jasenov Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jeszenőc Jasenovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jeszenőremete <[Felsőremete]> Vyšné Remety Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jeszte Jestice Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jobbágyfalva Valea Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Jobbágytelke Sâmbriaş Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Jobbágyújfalu Mischendorf
(Rohrbach an der Teich)
Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Jobbos <[Pravróc]> Repejov (Pravrovce) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jód Ieud Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Jóháza <[Kisbún]> Prislop Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Jóka Jelka Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jókő Dobrá Voda Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jókút <[Kúti]> Kúty Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jólak <[Dobra]> Trenčianska Teplá (Dobrá) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jólész Rožňava (Jovice) Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jólsva Jelšava Czechoslovakia town, 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jólsvatapolca Gemerské Teplice (Jelšavsá Teplica) Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Jósikafalva <[Béles]> Beliş Rumania  
Jósza Jovsa Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jószás Iosaş Rumania  
Jószáshely Gurahonţ (Iosăşel) Rumania  
Jóvalcsel Vâlcelele Bune Rumania  
Józseffalva Novi Kneževac (Obilićevo) Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Serbia
Józsefháza Iojib Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Józsefvölgy <[Juszkóvolya]> Juskova Vol'a Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jövedics Idiciu Rumania  
Juhászi <[Ovcsárszkó]> Ovčiarsko Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Juhászlak <[Runyina]> Runina Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Juhos <[Parihuzóc]> Parihuzovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kabalapatak Fântânele-Rus Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kabalás <[Kobulnica]> Kobylnice Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kabaláspatak Bălaia Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kabesd Căbeşti Rumania  
Kabolapatak Iapa Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kabold Kobersdorf Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Kaca Caţa Rumania  
Kackó Câţcău Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kácsánd Kačanov Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kacsány <[Kvacsán]> Kvačany Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kácsfalu Jagodnjak Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Kadács Cădaciu Mare + Cădaciu Mic Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kádár Câţcău Cadar 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kadicsfalva Odorheiu-Secuiesc (Cădişeni) Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kajántó Chinteni Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kajáta Kojatice Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kajdanó Kajdanovo Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Kajla Caila Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kak Cucu Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kakasalja <[Murányzdihava]> Muránska Zdychava Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kakasfalva Hamba Rumania  
Kakaslomnic Vel'ká Lomnica Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kákófalva <[Nagykakova]> Grădinari Rumania  
Kakszentmárton Mărtineşti Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kakucsány Cucuceni Rumania  
Kalács <[Kolacskó]> Kolačkov Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Jeszenye <[Jaszenó]> Jasenové Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kalacsány <[Klacsan]> Jasenové (Kl'ače) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kalacsna <[Kolacsnó]> Kolačno Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kalános <[Kálnic]> Kalnica Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kalász Klásov Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Kalászi Bad'an (Klastava) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kálbor Calbor Rumania  
Kalenó Kalinov Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kallós <[Kalistja]> Baláže (Kalište) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kálmánd Cămin Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kálmánfalva Kamanová Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kálna Calna Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kálnaborfő Brhlovce (Horné Brhlovce) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kálnás Kalnište Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kálnó Kalinovo Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kálnógaráb Kalinovo (Hrabovo) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kálnok Calnic Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kalodva <[Kladova]> Cladova Rumania  
Kalonda Kalonda Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Kalota Călăţea Rumania  
Kalotabikal <[Oláhbikal]> Bica Rumania  
Kalotabökény Buteni Rumania  
Kalotadámos Domoşu Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kalotanádas <[Oláhnádas]> Nadaşu Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kalotaszentkirály Sâncraiu Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kalotaújfalu Finciu Rumania  
Kalsa Kalša Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kalugyer Ponoarele Rumania  
Kámaháza Kamovci Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Slovenia
Kamocsa Komoča Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Kanak Komak Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Serbia
Kanizsamonostor<[Torontálmonostor]> Banatski Monoštar Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Serbia
Kanora Volovec (Kanora) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Kányád Ulieş Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kányaháza Călineşti-Oaş Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kányahegy <[Kányánka]> Kanianka Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kapás <[Prikopa]> Priekopa Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Kapca Kapca Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Slovenia
Kapi Kapušany Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kapinémetfalu Nemcovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kapipálvágása Pavlovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kapisó Kapišová Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kapivágása Šarišská Poruba Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kapjon Coplean Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kaplat Koplotovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kaplony Căpleni Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kapnikbánya Cavnic Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kapocsány Copăceni Rumania  
Kápolnás Căpălnaş Rumania  
Kápolnásfalu Căpâlniţa Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kápolnokmonostor Copalnic-Mănăştur Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kaponya Leles (Kapoňa) Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Kapor Copru Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kapornak Krplivnik Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Slovenia
Káposztafalva Hrabušice Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Káposztásszentmiklós Crăciuneşti (Nicoleşti) Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kaprevár Căprioara Rumania  
Káptalanfalva Busenje Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Serbia
Káptalanhódos <[Oláhhódos]> Hodiş Rumania  
Kapuszög <[Vorocsó]> Voročovo Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Karács Căraci Rumania  
Karácsfa Heiligenbrunn
(Hagensdorf im Burgenland)
Austria 1938-1944 to Germany
Karácsfalva Perehrest'a (Karačin) Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1945-1992 to Soviet Union, 1992 to Ukraine
Karácsonfalva
<[Homoródkarácsonyfalva]>
Crăciunel Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Karácsonmező Kračúnovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Karaj <[Krajna]> Krajné Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Karánberek <[Lindenfeld]> Lindenfeld Rumania  
Karancs Karanac Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Karáncsfalva <[Kráncsed]> Crânceşti Rumania  
Karánsebes Caransebeş Rumania town
Karasjeszenő <[Jaszenova]> Jasenovo Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Serbia
Karasszentgyörgy <[Zsurzsova]> Giurgiova Rumania  
Karaszkó Kraskovo Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Karaszna <[Krásznóc]> Krásnovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Karásznó <[Krásznó]> Krásno nad Kysucou Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Karasznyán Krasňany Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Karaszó Cărăsău Rumania  
Kárásztelek Carastelec Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Karasztó Cărăstău Rumania  
Karatnavolál Turia (Volal) Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Karácsonyifalva <[Offszenica]> Ofseniţa Rumania  
Karácsonyiliget <[Szóka]> Soca Rumania  
Karcfalva <[Csíkkarcfalva]> Cârţa Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Karcsava Krčava Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Kardó Cordău Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Kardos <[Kardosvászka]> Domaniža (Kardošova Vieska) Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Karika Creaca Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Karkóc Trakovice Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Karlova Novo Miloševo (Dragutinovo) Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Serbia
Karmazinesd Cărmăzăneşti Rumania  
Károlyfa <[Korosec]> Korovci Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Slovenia
Károlyliget <[Kisoroszi]> Banatsko Veliko Selo (Šarlevil) Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Serbia
Károlyszeg <[Bogdanovec]> Bogdanovec Yugoslavia 1941-1944 to Hungary, 1991 to Croatia
Kárpáthalas <[Vistuk]> Vištuk Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Kartolc Krtovce Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia
Karuly Coruia Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Karulyfalva Coroieni Rumania 1940-1944 to Hungary
Karva Kravany nad Dunajom Czechoslovakia 1938-1944 to Hungary, 1993 to Slovakia
Karvaly <[Jasztraba]> Jastrabá Czechoslovakia 1939-1944 and 1993 to Slovakia


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