A Nation Dismembered - The 1920 Treaty of Trianon in Hungarian Poetry

Book Launch
“The 1920 Peace Treaty ending the First World War forever changed modern Hungary and its people as the victorious nations dismembered Hungary giving two thirds of its territory to neighboring countries. How Hungarians fought to survive under these new circumstances, how they suffered, how they kept their Hungarian identity and values, and how they envisioned a future for themselves and their children forms the core of A Nation Dismembered.” /Donald Morse/
Online book launch event featuring Zsolt Németh, Founding Member of Fidesz and Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee and Head of the Hungarian Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly to the Council of Europe; István Kiss, Executive Director of the Danube Institute, John O'Sullivan, President of the Danube Institute and Balázs Szirtes, actor.