Recovery after Trianon – For Christianity and for the Hungarian people
Péter Miklós, assistant professor of the University of Szeged talked about the role historical churches played in the consolidation.
Recovery after Trianon – Financial stabilisation
András Schlett, university teacher of Pázmány Péter Catholic University talked about the recovery of the Hungarian economy.
Recovery after Trianon – Creating an independent Hungarian foreign policy
László Tamás Vizi, Deputy Director-General for Science of our institute delivered a presentation on the successful career of Miklós Bánffy, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Recovery after Trianon – Cultural policy
„Cultural policy of careful consideration and systematic structure”. Gábor Ujváry, senior research fellow of VERITAS Research Institute and Archives held a presentation on Kuno Klebelsberg and the cultural consolidation of Hungary.
Recovery after Trianon – Hungary’s admission into the League of Nations
László Gulyás, scientific advisor of our Institute discussed how Hungary returned to the scene of international politics.
Recovery after Trianon – Agricultural sector
Endre Domonkos, senior associate of the Budapest Business School talked about the impacts of the Treaty of Trianon on the agrarian sector, the challenges faced by the sector and the subsequent recovery.
Recovery after Trianon – The independent Hungarian industry
Ferenc Szávai, university teacher of the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary gave a presentation on the independent Hungarian industry established after Trianon.
Recovery after Trianon - From the National Army to the Royal Hungarian Army
Sándor Szakály, university teacher and Director-General of VERITAS Research Institute and Archives spoke about the independent Hungarian military force raised between 1919 and 1922.
Recovery after Trianon - The restoration of legal continuity
Attila Horváth, judge in the Constitutional Tribunal, university teacher talked about the restoration of legal continuity and the legislative provisions adopted in the early 1920’s for the purpose of achieving economic and political consolidation.
Recovery after Trianon – Opening
After the overture of Gergely Agócs, folk musician, in his opening speech Gábor Horváth-Lugossy, Director-General of the Institute for Hungarian Studies emphasized that Hungary’s recovery after Trianon had been a unique achievement. Attila Barna, chairman of the conference said that this event is set to familiarise us with the new beginning, the everyday struggles, the healing of the nation’s spirit and the first steps of recovery in the post-Trianon Hungary.