On June 4th every year, Hungarians mark the day of the signing of the Trianon Treaty in 1920, which stripped Hungary of two thirds of its territory and turned 3.3 million Hungarians into ethnic minorities living in foreign countries.

The signing of the Treaty of Trianon almost 100 years ago was an event that even today determines the fate and the economic, cultural and linguistic development of our nation. The Day of National Identity has been a national memorial day since 2010.

A commemoration was also held in a small village in the Danube Bend, Zebegény where the Hungarian Language Strategy Institute was represented by Attila Tóth, director who recited Gyula Juhász's poem Trianon.

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