Alexandru Porțeanu, Trianon in Romania’s Contemporary Public Consciousness (1920)

After the attention paid to the drawing up of the Peace Treaty with Hungary, the first pieces of information on its signing reached Romania less than 24 hours after the event, followed by the publication of the articles in the treaty related to Romania. Analyses and commentaries were published in numerous press organs and were signed by outstanding personalities. They stressed the justness and importance of the treaty for Romania, showing a concern for the promotion of positive Romanian-Hungarian relations, without neglecting certain less favorable Hungarian manifestations in relation to those prospects.

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