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Dean Goschler Ther - Chapter 13

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Buy and Download Description The relationship between the Third Reich and Hungary was always ambivalent. The revisionist goals of Hungarian foreign policy after the Trianon Treaty of 1920, which Hungary perceived as a humiliation of its sovereignty just as Germany understood Versailles, led to an alliance with Nazi Germany and Italy, two countries that supported Hungarian interests. Hungarian foreign policy was successful, for in the First and Second Vienna Awards of 1938 and 1940 Hungary got back some of the territories it had claimed since Trianon. The relationship between the Third Reich and Hungary was always ambivalent. The revisionist goals of Hungarian foreign policy after the Trianon Treaty of 1920, which Hungary perceived as a humiliation of its sovereignty just as Germany understood
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