Trianon 2020 - What was lost?
Artúr Köő, research assistant of the Research Centre for History of the Institute for Hungarian Studies held a presentation on the consequences of the loss of territory and life.
Trianon 2020 - Torn apart, yet in unity?
Dr habil. Péter Miklós, Ph.D., associate professor of the University of Szeged, Head of the Emlékpont Institution in Hódmezővásárhely delivered a presentation on the relationship between Trianon and the Catholic Church.
Trianon 2020 - Why did they succeed?
Dr habil. Imre Tóth, Ph.D., director of the Museum of Sopron, associate professor of the University of Pécs held a presentation on Sopron, the most loyal town as the example of collective resistance.
Trianon 2020 - Why Horthy?
Dr Lajos Olasz, Ph.D. spoke about Miklós Horthy and the lessons to be learnt from the triangle of Szeged–Siófok–Budapest.
Trianon 2020 - No Hungary without culture?
Dr habil. Gábor Ujváry, CSc, college professor, leader of the VERITAS Research Institute for History and Archives held a presentation on the cultural consequences of Trianon.
Trianon 2020 - Could it have been otherwise?
Apponyi and Benárd in Versailles Dr László Tamás Vizi, Ph.D., Scientific Deputy Director General of the Institute for Hungarian Studies spoke about the delegation led by Apponyi and Benárd in Versailles.
Trianon 2020 - Were they heroes?
Dr Szabolcs Nagy, university professor, deputy director of the Veszprém County Archives held a presentation on Károly Kratochvil and the Szekler Division.
Trianon 2020 - The decades-long preparation of Romania for the annexation of Transylvania
Presentation of Ernő Raffay, CSs, scientific advisor of our Institute.
Trianon 2020 - In the wrong place at the wrong time?
Professor Dr habil. László Gulyás, scientific advisor of the Research Centre for History of our Institute delivered a presentation on the possible judgements of Mihály Károlyi.
Trianon 2020 - Goodwill and bad luck - Charles IV during the turmoil of collapse
The conference was chaired by Prof. Dr habil. Ferenc Szávai, professor of the Károli Gáspár Reformed University, honorary rector of the University of Kaposvár. The first presentation on Charles IV was held by Dr Mihály Nánay, Ph.D., president of the Association of Teachers of History.