Fragmentation and instability have led to economic collapse and government crisis. The Romanians, even despite the ceasefire agreement with their new French allies, took advantage of the unrest in Hungary and unploned troops in the defenseless and occupied nation budapest and beyond. To this day, the Romanian Grand Party and others in Romania continue to claim areas covering the Theiß River and even Budapest. A mini-communist takeover, a republican government, eventually gave way to royalist Admiral Miklos Horthy, who took over Hungary as “regent” and brought some stability to the country. The new government has set to work to revise the unfair treaty. On April 6, 1917, the United States entered the war against Germany and in December 1917 against Austria-Hungary. The goal of the US war was to put an end to aggressive militarism, as Berlin and Vienna show. The United States never formally joined the Allies. President Woodrow Wilson acted as an independent force and his Fourteen Points were accepted by Germany as the basis for the November 1918 ceasefire. He outlined a policy of free trade, open agreements and democracy. While the term was not used, self-determination was adopted. He called for an end to the war, international disarmament, the withdrawal of the middle powers from the occupied territories, the creation of a Polish state, the entrenchment of Europe`s borders along ethnic lines and the constitution of a union of nations to guarantee the political independence and territorial integrity of all states.   She called for a just and democratic peace that would not be affected by territorial annexation.
The tenth point heralded Wilson`s “desire” to give autonomy to the peoples of Austria and Hungary – a point that Vienna rejected.  895-907 AD, the Hungarian Magyars conquered the Carphatic basin, then occupied by the Romanesque Dake population. To ignore the fact that Hungarians are from the mountainous region of the Urals, this means that you can make this false statement about the territories. The story is clear: Romanians have the right to occupy these territories because their ancestors lived there since ancient times. In addition, the Magyars breed from other ethnic groups to wash the blood of the real inhabitants of the region. The “Romanians”,” then known as the Walachians, did not gain the same rights among the other ethnic groups that occupied Transylvania during the Hungarian occupation that followed. Their existence has been denied. What seems strangest to me is that these claims still exist for centuries.
I think justice was served when the Trianon law was signed and all these claims in favour of the integrity of Central European states such as Slovakia, the Czech Republic, the Eastern states: Romania and Serbia are unjust and the list goes on. The only thing that allowed the former Hungarian kingdom to retain its territories was its influence and power, which ended with the end of the world wars. Even for people who call oppressed nations “thieves” after they have been repatriated, which belonged to them in the first place, you should check your common sense. This is just how Orban gets votes from Magyarian minorities abroad. The Treaty of Trianon is now unremorable in the United States, but it is a persistent controversy among Central European nationalists. Trianon remembers most of Hungary, which was reduced in size as a result of the agreement and saw Hungarians “run aground” abroad in neighbors like Romania, Slovakia and Serbia. Even today, after waves of ethnic cleansing in the twentieth century, the borders of Central Europe do not fit the ethnic map perfectly. On June 4, 1920, Hungary and the Allied Powers signed a treaty at the Trianon Palace in Versailles, one of many agreements that ended the First World War. The agreement — although Hungarians tend to prefer descriptions such as “dictate,” “trauma, or “tragedy” — cemented the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. Hungary was cut into pieces and lost two-thirds of its pre-war territory and almost the same proportion of its population.