created by: The_Baron | Apr 6, 2013

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Which Hungarian cities were Serbian majority once ?

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  • Budim
  • Pecuj
  • Baja
  • Segedin
  • Sentandreja
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#41
Apr 7, 2013
 
The_Baron wrote:
I also see that you are chatting with Lena on some other topic site. Interesting...Ferizaj Turk will bust your ass...lol
Topix Romania?

That is a different Lena lol, she is Greek :))))

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#42
Apr 7, 2013
 
The_Baron wrote:
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I agree, but i don't need to look for reasons.
Situation says:
- 18 century: Serbian Banat (and great part of Romanian) was 90% Serbian, and rest were Germans.
I am explaining you the historical context.

Look Baron, you can talk about demographics all you want, but demographics say that Kosovo is Albanian. More double standards and hypocrisy from you?

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#43
Apr 7, 2013
 
TheRealMagyar wrote:
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I am explaining you the historical context.
Look Baron, you can talk about demographics all you want, but demographics say that Kosovo is Albanian. More double standards and hypocrisy from you?
I cannot understand your desire to talk with me about Kosovo. It would be the same if i would like to talk with you about Transilvania.

My point is, that in some historic point of time, Situation on the ground was different. Even your capital city had Serbian majority once.

I don't feel that i should ask for Serbian Budim or Serbio-Croatian Baja or Serbo-Croatian Pecuj or Serbian Segedin.

Serbs got todays Vojvodina and people chose to move from that cities in to Vojvodina (so called optants). Some Hungarians decided to move in Hungary. Thats how Serbs lost their greater presence in all that cities, but they got Vojvodina, and Hungary got stronger ground in the cities.

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#44
Apr 7, 2013
 
TheRealMagyar wrote:
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Topix Romania?
That is a different Lena lol, she is Greek :))))
LOL ya devil, you have some other Lena too ? I didn't thought about Topix, but some other site. I see you are having a chit chat with her. But i will keep my mouth shut, cause Ferizaj Turk is still crying about the girl.

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#45
Apr 7, 2013
 
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I cannot understand your desire to talk with me about Kosovo. It would be the same if i would like to talk with you about Transilvania.
It am only talking about double standards, hypocrisy. You made your opinions about Transylvania clear already.
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My point is, that in some historic point of time, Situation on the ground was different. Even your capital city had Serbian majority once.
I don't feel that i should ask for Serbian Budim or Serbio-Croatian Baja or Serbo-Croatian Pecuj or Serbian Segedin.
Apples and oranges.
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Serbs got todays Vojvodina and people chose to move from that cities in to Vojvodina (so called optants). Some Hungarians decided to move in Hungary. Thats how Serbs lost their greater presence in all that cities, but they got Vojvodina, and Hungary got stronger ground in the cities.
You were given Vojvodina, which at the time was about 33% Serbian.

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#46
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LOL ya devil, you have some other Lena too ? I didn't thought about Topix, but some other site. I see you are having a chit chat with her. But i will keep my mouth shut, cause Ferizaj Turk is still crying about the girl.
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#47
Apr 7, 2013
 
TheRealMagyar wrote:
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You were given Vojvodina, which at the time was about 33% Serbian.
Yes its true. And Serbs from whole Hungary came in Vojvodina (so called optants), so today you have only about 10.000 of Serbs in Hungary.
Even many Bunjevac from Baja came in Vojvodina.

You got stronger ground in Hungarian cities, because Serbs choose to come in Vojvodina, and some Hungarians went for Hungary.

Thats my point

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#48
Apr 7, 2013
 
Baron, there were some Hungarian settlers in Romania proper (Moldova), the Csángó Hungarians. We do not claim that land because it is historic Romanian land, despite the fact that once we covered a big part of it.

Pink are Hungarians in Moldova
http://www.erdelyiszallas.net/erdely-szekelyf...

It is the same thing with Serbs settling in Hungary.

Transylvania, Vojvodia is different than this, because it was part of the Hungarian state, and not foreign land that we colonized.

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#49
Apr 7, 2013
 
I mean after Vojvodina was proclaimed, the people exchanged and the border was established.

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Apr 7, 2013
 
TheRealMagyar wrote:
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On that site, do you have this avatar ?
http://www.theapricity.com/forum/image.php...

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#51
Apr 7, 2013
 
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I mean after Vojvodina was proclaimed, the people exchanged and the border was established.
Doesn't change the fact that at the time of Trianon, Vojvodina was only about 1/3 Serbian.

The territories we annexed in 1941 were only 15% Serbian.
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Doesn't change the fact that at the time of Trianon, Vojvodina was only about 1/3 Serbian.
The territories we annexed in 1941 were only 15% Serbian.
Feom where the Szekelys came to Bukovina?

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#53
Apr 7, 2013
 
lulu wrote:
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Feom where the Szekelys came to Bukovina?
From Székelyföld

If you want to know what happened, read this
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siculicidium
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#54
Apr 7, 2013
 
TheRealMagyar wrote:
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I am explaining you the historical context.
Look Baron, you can talk about demographics all you want, but demographics say that Kosovo is Albanian. More double standards and hypocrisy from you?
demographics say that Vojvodina is Serbian and Transylvania Romanian
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#55
Apr 7, 2013
 
TheRealMagyar wrote:
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From Székelyföld
If you want to know what happened, read this
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siculicidium
Who is that Jovan or Josip Siskovic? Sounds like he was a Croat or a Serb. My wild guess would be a Serb from Lika.

Why did Hungary settled Szekeles from Bukovina in Vojvodina during the WW2? I mean why them?

Székelyföld, is it in Transilvania?

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lulu wrote:
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Who is that Jovan or Josip Siskovic? Sounds like he was a Croat or a Serb. My wild guess would be a Serb from Lika.
Why did Hungary settled Szekeles from Bukovina in Vojvodina during the WW2? I mean why them?
Székelyföld, is it in Transilvania?
The population of the Bukovina Székelys tripled in the 19th century, reaching 9887 in 1880 and about 16000 by the end of the 1930s. This caused an acute shortage of farmland and a sharp fall in standards of living. Many Bukovina Székelys left the villages temporarily or permanently, some with official assistance. The Hungarian government settled 4000 of these impoverished Székelys along the Lower Danube in the new villages of Hertelendyfalva, Sándoregyháza and Székelykeve in 1883, in a part of the Banat that was annexed by Yugoslavia in 1918 and today belongs to Serbia. Other Székely families emigrated in that period to Canada, USA, Brazil or cities in southern Transylvania.

The Székelys that remained in Bucovina were oppressed by Romanians during WW2, so the Hungarian government signed a treaty with Romania, and the Székelys were moved to other areas.

And yes Székelyföld is in Transylvania.

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Apr 8, 2013
 
TheRealMagyar wrote:
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Doesn't change the fact that at the time of Trianon, Vojvodina was only about 1/3 Serbian.
And what was the fact with whole Hungarian controlled state before Trianon ?

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Hungarian capital Buda had Serbian majority in 17 th century.
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#61
May 11, 2013
 
Thankfully the rats were shoved back where they came from.
Nothing more than criminal opportunists trying to loot Hungarian land.

Baron did you know that it was not Ottoman solders who were responsible for ravaging South Hungary, but South Slavs, mainly Serbs and Bosniaks

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May 11, 2013
 

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Novi Sad had a Hungarian majority until after WW2

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