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Hungary - Historical Events
Date Event
1000-08-20

The foundation of the Hungarian state, Hungary is established as a Christian kingdom by Stephen I of Hungary.

1000-12-25

Monarch Istvan crowned king of Hungary

1060-12-06

Béla I of Hungary is crowned king of Hungary

1246-06-15

Battle at Leitha: Hungary-Austrian

1301-01-14

Andrew III of Hungary (1290-1301) dies at 50, ending the Arpad dynasty in Hungary.

1387-02-24

King Charles III of Naples and Hungary is assassinated at Buda.

1408-12-12

Order of the Dragon: The Order of the Dragon was first created on December 12, 1408 by Emperor Sigismund, then King of Hungary, and his wife Queen Barbara of Celje following the battle for possession of Bosnia.

1429-01-10

Order of Golden Fleece established in Austria-Hungary & Spain

1438-01-01

Albrecht II von Habsburg becomes king of Hungary

1458-01-24

Matthias I Corvinus chosen king of Hungary

1467-12-15

Stephen III of Moldavia defeats Matthias Corvinus of Hungary, with the latter being injured thrice, at the Battle of Baia.

1485-06-01

Matthias of Hungary takes Vienna from Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III

1526-11-09

Jews are expelled from Pressburg (Bratislava), Hungary, by Maria of Hapsburg

1526-11-10

John I Zapolyai of Transsylvania chosen as king of Hungary

1527-11-03

Ferdinand of Austria/Bohemia chosen as king of Hungary

1529-05-27

30 Jews of Posing Hungary, charged with blood ritual, burned at stake

1531-01-31

Kings Ferdinand of Austria/Janos Zapolyai of Hungary accept each other

1532-04-26

Sultan Suleiman through Hungary on away to Vienna

1538-02-24

Treaty of Nagyvarad/Peace of Grosswardein signed between Ferdinand I of Austria and John Zápolya of Hungary.

1539-02-19

Jews of Tyrnau Hungary (then Trnava Czech), expelled

1540-07-23

Turkey recognizes Janos Sigismund Zapolyai as vassal-king of Hungary

1541-08-21

Ottoman Turks under Suleiman the Magnificent capture Buda, the capital of the Hungarian Kingdom. Dominate central Hungary for 150 years

1541-08-26

Turkish sultan Suleiman occupies Buda and annexes Hungary

1544-05-01

Turkish troops occupy Hungary

1551-07-19

Treaty of Karlsburg: arch duke Ferdinand of Austria recognized as King of Hungary/Transsylvania

1556-09-13

Charles V & Maria of Hungary march into Spain

1563-09-08

Maximilian chosen king of Hungary

1596-10-24

-26] Battle at Kerestes: Ottoman beat Austria-Hungary & Germany

1607-06-25

Mentally ill emperor Rudolf II signs Treaty of Lieben, giving up Austria, Hungary & Moravia

1619-09-15

Prince Bethlen Gabors troops occupy Pozsony (Pressburg) Hungary

1620-02-04

Prince Bethlen Gabor of Hungary signs peace with Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II

1687-08-12

Battle of Mohacs: Ottoman invaders of Hungary routed by forces of Holy Roman Emperor under Charles of Lorraine

1687-10-11

Hungary accepts Habsburgse sovereignty

1705-10-01

Parliament declares Hungary independently/French Rákóczi becomes king

1707-06-13

Hungary declares itself independent under Ferenc Rákóczi II

1712-05-22

Emperor Karel VI crowned king of Hungary

1740-10-20

Maria Theresa became ruler of Austria, Hungary & Bohemia

1787-08-17

Jews are granted permission in Budapest Hungary to pray in groups

1846-06-24

Residency tax on Jews of Hungary abolished

1848-03-15

A revolution breaks out in Hungary. The Habsburg rulers are compelled to meet the demands of the Reform party.

1848-04-11

Hungary becomes constitutional monarchy under king Ferdinand of Aust

1848-12-02

Franz Josef I becomes emperor of Austria & King of Hungary

1849-04-14

Hungary declares itself independent of Austria with Louis Kossuth as its leader.

1851-04-15

Earl G Andressy sentenced to death in Hungary

1866-04-08

Italy and Prussia ally against Austria-Hungary.

1867-02-08

The Ausgleich results in the establishment of the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary.

1867-02-17

Gyula Andressy becomes premier of Hungary

1873-11-20

Rival cities of Buda & Pest unite to form the capital of Hungary

1879-10-07

Germany & Austrian-Hungary sign Twofold Covenant

1881-06-16

Austria-Hungary & Serbia sign military treaty

1882-05-20

Germany/Austria-Hungary/France sign Triple Alliance

1883-05-15

Italy signs military treaty with Austria-Hungary & Germany

1883-10-30

Austria-Hungary, Germany and Romania sign military treaty

1884-12-24

Austria-Hungary admits King Leopold II's Congo Free State

1887-02-20

Germany, Austria-Hungary & France end Triple Alliance

1887-12-10

Austria-Hungary, Italy and Great Britain sign Balkan military treaty

1909-02-16

Serbia mobilizes against Austria-Hungary

1910-03-27

Fire during a barn-dance in Ököritófülpös, Hungary, killed 312

1912-12-16

Austria-Hungary engage in conflict with Serbia

1913-10-18

Austrian-Hungary demands that Serbia & Albania leave

1914-07-23

Austria-Hungary presents an ultimatum to Serbia; that A-H demands acceptance within 48 hours make peacekeeping difficult

1914-07-25

Germany Socialist-Democrat Party declares: "No German blood for Austrian tyrant" in response to German support of Austria-Hungary

1914-07-25

Serbia meets the deadlines of Austria-Hungary's ultimatum and gives a conciliatory reply, though Serbia is mobilizing

1914-07-28

Austria-Hungary decides against mediation and declares war on Serbia - first decalation of war of WWI

1914-07-29

Austrian-Hungary bombs Belgrade

1914-07-30

Austrian-Hungary & Russia proclaim general mobilization

1914-08-05

Montenegro declares war against Austria-Hungary in World War I

1914-08-06

WWI: Austria-Hungary declares war on Russia

1914-08-11

France declares war on Austria-Hungary

1914-08-12

Great Britain declares war on Austria-Hungary

1914-08-13

France declares war on Austria-Hungary

1914-12-15

Serbian troops retake Belgrade in Austria-Hungary

1915-05-04

Italy drops Triple Alliance with Austria-Hungary & Germany

1915-05-23

Italy declares war on Austria-Hungary during WW I

1916-01-05

Austria-Hungary offensive against Montenegro

1916-01-25

Montenegro surrenders to Austria-Hungary

1916-02-11

Germany and Austria-Hungary notify the US that they will sink any armed merchant ships starting on 1 March

1916-02-16

The US rejects the right of Germany and Austria-Hungary to sink armed merchant ships

1916-08-27

Romania declares war on Austria-Hungary

1916-11-05

Emperors Wilhelm II (Germany) and Franz Jozef I (Austria-Hungary) establish the kingdom of Poland

1918-10-28

Czechoslovakia gains independence as Austria-Hungary breaks up

1918-10-31

Short-lived Banat Republic founded in territory where Romania, Hungary and Serbia meet

1918-11-12

Emperor Karl of Austria-Hungary abdicates, Austria becomes a republic

1920-06-04

Peace of Trianon between Allies & Hungary

1922-09-18

Hungary admitted to League of Nations

1924-12-09

Dutch & Hungary trade treaty signed

1928-07-20

The government of Hungary issues a decree ordering Gypsies to end their nomadic ways, settle permanently in one place, and subject themselves to the same laws and taxes as other Hungarians.

1931-01-26

Hungary-Austria sign peace treaty

1931-08-23

Count Gyula Károlyi becomes premier of Hungary

1932-10-04

Anti-semite Julius Gombos forms new government in Hungary

1936-03-23

Italy, Austria & Hungary sign Pact of Rome

1938-06-19

Italy beats Hungary 4-1 in soccer's 3rd World Cup at Paris

1939-03-16

Hungary annexes republic of Karpato-Ukraine

1939-04-11

Hungary leaves League of Nations

1940-11-20

Hungary joins 3 Power pact

1940-11-20

World War II: Hungary, Romania and Slovakia join the Axis Powers.

1942-06-05

USA declares war on Bulgaria, Hungary & Romania

1944-03-18

Nazi Germany occupies Hungary

1944-03-31

Hungary orders all Jews to wear yellow stars

1944-05-15

14,000 Jews of Munkacs, Hungary, deported to Auschwitz

1944-10-06

Soviets march into Hungary & Czechoslovakia

1944-10-15

The Arrow Cross Party (very similar to Hitler's NSDAP (Nazi party)) takes over the power in Hungary.

1944-10-16

Hungary: Horthy government falls/nazi count Szalasi becomes premier

1944-10-23

Soviet army invades Hungary

1944-11-03

Pro-German government of Hungary flees

1944-12-31

World War II: Hungary declares war on Germany.

1945-01-17

Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg, credited with saving tens of thousands of Jews from the Nazis, arrested by secret police in Hungary

1945-04-04

Hungary liberated from Nazi occupation (National Day)

1945-05-01

Radio Budapest, Hungary re-enters shortwave broadcasting after WW II

1946-01-01

National Assembly proclaims Hungary a republic

1946-02-01

Republic of Hungary proclaimed, Zolt n Tildy as communist president

1947-05-31

Communists grab power in Hungary

1949-08-18

Hungary adopts constitution

1949-08-20

Hungary (Magyar People's Republic) accepts constitution

1949-12-29

Hungary nationalized its industries

1950-07-12

ILTF re-admit Germany & Japan in Davis Cup, Poland & Hungary withdraws

1950-09-07

Monasteries shut down in Hungary

1952-08-14

Mátyás Rákosi appointed premier of Hungary

1953-07-04

Imre Nagy succeeds Matyas Rákosi as premier of Hungary

1953-11-25

Hungary beats England in soccer match, 6-3

1954-07-04

West Germany beats Hungary 3-2 for soccer's 5th World Cup in Bern

1955-05-14

Warsaw Pact is signed by the Soviet Union, Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland & Romania

1956-07-18

Erno Gero succeeds Matyas Rákosi as party leader of Hungary

1956-10-23

Revolt against Stalinist policies begins in Hungary

1956-10-24

Soviet troops invade Hungary, Imre Nagy becomes PM of Hungary

1956-11-01

Nagy government of Hungary withdraws from Warsaw Pact

1956-11-02

Hungary appeals for UN assistance against Soviet invasion

1956-11-04

200,000 Russian troops attack anti-Soviet movement in Budapest, Hungary

1956-11-06

Holland & Spain withdraw from Olympics in protest against Soviets in Hungary

1956-11-08

UN demands USSR leave Hungary

1957-09-14

UN resolution deplores & condemns USSR invasion of Hungary

1958-01-27

Ferenc Munnich succeeds Kadar as premier of Hungary

1959-09-12

Janos Kádár becomes premier of Hungary

1965-06-25

Gyula Kallai succeeds Janos Kádár as premier of Hungary

1971-09-28

Cardinal Josef Mindszenty of Hungary took refuge in US Embassy in

1972-04-19

Hungary revises constitution

1978-01-06

US hand over St Stephan crown to Hungary

1987-08-14

"Les Miserables," opens at Rock Theatre, Szeged Hungary

1988-05-22

Károly Grósz succeeds party leader Janos Kádár in Hungary

1989-02-25

1st independent blue-collar labor union in Communist Hungary forms

1989-09-10

East Germans begin their flight to west (via Hungary & Czechoslovakia)

1989-10-18

Hungary revises constitution

1989-10-23

Hungary proclaims itself a republic & declares communist rule ended

1989-11-28

Romanian gymnast Nadia Comaneci flees to Hungary

1994-05-29

Hungary's Socialist Party wins parliamentary election

1994-07-15

Gyula Horn sworn in as premier of Hungary

1997-07-08

NATO invites Poland, Hungary & Czech Republic to join

1999-03-12

Former Warsaw Pact members the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland join NATO.

2001-11-23

Convention on Cybercrime is signed in Budapest, Hungary.

2002-12-13

Enlargement of the European Union: The European Union announces that Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia will become members from May 1, 2004.

2004-05-01

Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia join the European Union, celebrated at the residence of the Irish President in Dublin.

2006-01-19

A Slovak Air Force Antonov An-24 crashes in Hungary.

2006-09-18

Right wing protesters riot the building of the Hungarian Television in Budapest, Hungary, one day after an audio tape was made public, in which Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány admitted he and his party lied during the 2006 general elections.

2007-12-21

The Schengen Agreement area increases to include 9 European Union member states; Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia on land and sea borders.

2010-06-09

Hungary leaves the recession after experiencing 0.9% growth in the first quarter as a result of growing exports and effective government spending measures

2012-08-14

Hungary falls back into recession as GDP falls by 0.2% in the second quarter of 2012 following a fall of 1.0% in the first quarter

2014-04-06

Viktor Orbán's Fidesz is re-elected Prime Minister of Hungary

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Hungary - Notable Birthdays

Franz LisztOct 22, 1811

Bela LugosiOct 20, 1882

Edward TellerJan 15, 1908

Oskar SchindlerApr 28, 1908

Joy AdamsonJan 20, 1910

Hungary - Birthdays
Date Event
1040-06-27

King Ladislaus I of Hungary (d. 1095)

1239-10-18

Stefanus V, prince of Transylvania/king of Hungary (1270-72)

1326-03-05

Louis I, [the Great], King of Hungary (1342-82), Poland (1370-82)

1367-06-28

Sigismund, German Emperor/king of Hungary/Bohemia

1397-08-16

Albrecht II von Habsburg, king of Bohemia/Hungary/Germany

1424-10-31

Wladyslaw III Warnenczyk, king of Poland/Hungary

1440-02-22

Ladislaus V Posthumus, King of Hungary/Bohemia

1456-03-01

Wladyslaw Jagiello, king of Bohemia/Hungary (1471/90-1516)

1505-09-15

Maria, queen of Hungary/wife of Louis II/governess of Neth (1531-55)

1506-07-01

Louis II, king of Hungary/Bohemia (1516-26)

1519-01-18

Isabella Jagiełło, queen of Hungary (d. 1559)

1578-07-09

Ferdinand II, King of Bohemia/Hungary/German Emperor (1619-37)

1606-08-18

Maria Anna of Spain, Holy Roman Empire Empress and Queen of Hungary (d. 1646)

1608-07-13

Ferdinand III, King of Hungary/Bohemia/German Emperor (1637-57)

1738-07-11

Albert-Kasimir, duke of Saxon/viceroy of Hungary/Netherlands

1775-02-09

Farkas/Wolfgang Bolyai, Hungary, mathematician (parallel axiom)

1787-12-14

Maria Ludovika of Austria-Este, Empress of Austria and queen of Hungary and Bohemia (d. 1816)

1792-02-08

Caroline Augusta of Bavaria, queen of Hungary and Bohemia (d. 1873)

1793-04-12

Ferdinand I KLJM, the Good Natured, Emperor of Austria/king of Hungary

1802-08-13

Nikolaus Lenau, Hungary, German poet (Faust, Die Albigenser)

1802-09-19

Louis Kossuth, Hungary, President of Hungary (1849)

1803-09-19

Maria Anna of Savoy, Empress of Austria and queen of Hungary and Bohemia (d. 1884)

1806-02-14

Lajos, Count Batthy ny, revolutionary premier of Hungary (1848-49)

1811-10-22

Franz Liszt, Raiding Hungary, romantic composer/virtuoso pianist (Faust Symphony), (d. 1886)

1817-03-02

Janos Arany, Hungary, epic poet (Toldi, Death of King Buda)

1823-03-03

Guyla Andressy Sr, premier of Hungary (1867-71)

1830-05-18

Karl Goldmark, Keszthely Hungary, composer (Sakuhtala)

1847-04-10

Joseph Pulitzer, Hungary, publisher (St Louis Post-Dispatch, NY World)

1855-10-12

Arthur Nikisch, Szent-Miklos Hungary, conductor (Berlin Philharmonic)

1862-01-01

Snitz Edwards, Hungary, actor (College, Phantom of the Opera)

1865-09-23

Emmuska Orczy, Tarnaörs Hungary, Hungarian-born British writer (Scarlet Pimpernel)

1873-01-07

Adolph Zukor, Hungary, movie producer/director/executive (Paramount)

1873-12-22

Matteo Giulio Bartoli, Austria-Hungary, linguist

1877-12-22

Endre Ady, Hungary, lyric poet

1879-11-01

Pal Teleki-von Szek, geographer/premier Hungary (1920-21, 39-41)

1881-03-25

Béla Bartok, Hungary, composer/pianist (Concerto for Orchestra)

1882-10-20

Bela Lugosi [Blaskó ], Lugos, Austria-Hungary, actor (Dracula, Plan 9 From Outer Space)

1882-10-24

Emmerich Kálmán, Siófok, Austria-Hungary, Hungarian composer of operettas

1884-02-02

S Z Sakall, Budapest Hungary, actor (Dolly Sisters, Casablanca)

1885-04-16

Leo Weiner, Hungary, composer (Fasching)

1885-10-11

Alfred Haar, Hungary, mathematician

1887-07-29

Sigmund Romberg, Nagykanizsa Hungary, operetta composer (Blossom Time)

1887-08-17

Charles I, last emperor of Austria-Hungary (1916-18)

1888-12-19

Fritz Reiner, Budapest Hungary, US conductor (Chicago Symphony Orch)

1891-03-31

Victor Varconi, Hungary, actor (Divine Lady, King of Kings, Big City)

1892-05-09

Zita, empress (Austria)/Queen (Hungary)

1892-09-05

Joseph Szigeti, Budapest Hungary, violinist (Violinist Notebook 1933)

1893-09-16

Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, Hungary, biochemist (Vitamin C, Nobel 1937)

1895-05-26

Paul Lukas, Budapest Hungary, actor (Watch on the Rhine, Sphynx)

1897-06-07

George Szell, Budapest Hungary, conductor (Metropolitan 1942-45)

1898-01-09

Vilma Banky, Budapest Hungary, silent screen actress (Eagle, Rebel)

1898-02-11

Leo Szilard, Hungary, physicist/A-bomb worker/peace activist

1899-03-25

Bella Spewack, Hungary, playwright (Kiss Me Kate)

1899-06-03

Georg von Bekesy, Budapest Hungary, physician (Nobel-1961)

1899-09-16

Hans Swarowsky, Budapest Hungary, conductor (Graz Opera 1947-50)

1899-11-18

Eugene Ormandy, [Blau], Budapest Hungary, conductor (Phila Orch)

1900-07-27

Charles Vidor, Budapest Hungary, direct (Rhapsody, Gilda, Cover Girl)

1901-11-25

Tibor Serly, Losonc Hungary, violinist/composer (American Elegy)

1903-12-25

J Edward Bromberg, Hungary, actor (Mark of Zorro, Under 2 Flags)

1905-05-04

Mátyás Seiber, Budapest Hungary, composer (Scherzando)

1905-09-05

Arthur Koestler, Hungary, British writer (Arrow in Blue)

1906-02-08

Henry Roth, Austria-Hungary/US writer (Call it Sleep)

1906-04-09

Antal Dorati, Budapest Hungary, conductor (Dresden Opera 1928-29

1906-04-10

Lili Darvas, Budapest Hungary, actress (Szerelem, Cimmaron)

1906-11-13

Eva Zeisel, Budapest, Hungary, American industrial designer

1906-12-31

Erna Bogen, Hungary, foils (Olympic-bronze-1932)

1907-01-18

Janos Ferencsik, Budapest Hungary, conductor (Budapest Opera)

1907-04-18

Miklos Rozsa, Budapest Hungary, movie composer (Atomic Cafe, Fedora)

1907-07-26

Istvan Pelle, Hungary, gymnist (Olympic-gold-1932)

1908-01-15

Edward Teller, Budapest Hungary, fathered H-bomb (Manhattan Project), (d. 2003)

1908-04-28

Oskar Schindler, Zwittau, Moravia, Austria-Hungary, Austrian businessman and subject of the novel Schindler's Ark and the film Schindler's List. (d. 1974)

1909-08-18

Rudolf Sremec, Krleza: Schooling in Hungary

1910-01-20

Joy Adamson, (born Friederike Viktoria Gessner) Troppau Austria-Hungary, naturalist/author (Born Free)

1910-03-16

Aladar Gerevich, Hungary, sabres (Olympic-gold-1948)

1910-06-16

Ilona Massey, Budapest Hungary, actress/singer (Ilona Massey Show)

1912-02-15

George Mikes, Hungary, British writer (How to Be an Alien)

1912-04-12

Eric Feldary, Budapest Hungary, actor (16 Fathoms Deep)

1912-05-26

Janos Kádár, premier Hungary (1956-58)

1912-10-21

Georg Solti, Budapest Hungary, conductor (Fidelio)

1914-07-01

Magda Gabor, Budapest Hungary, actress (People vs Zsa Zsa Gabor)

1916-06-19

George Pravda, Prague, Austria-Hungary, actor (Thunderball, Firefox), (d. 1985)

1917-05-26

Eva Szorenyi, Hungarian actress, freedom activist for Hungary

1917-09-19

Joe Pasternak, Transylvania Hungary, producer (Spinout, Big City)

1917-09-23

Imry Nemeth, Hungary, hammer thrower (Olympic-gold-1948)

1918-04-18

Robert Zimonyi, Hungary, cox (Olympic-Hungary-bronze-1948/US-gold-64)

1918-05-12

Oscar Beregi Jr, Hungary, actor (Young Frankenstein, Panic in City)

1919-02-11

Eva Gabor, Budapest Hungary, actress (Green Acres, Gigi) (d. 1995)

1919-12-13

Djorje Zelmanovic, Krleza: Schooling in Hungary

1920-04-15

Thomas Szasz, Budapest, Hungary, psychiatrist (The Myth of Mental Illness, The Manufacture of Madness), (d. 2012)

1920-05-24

Melinda Ottrubay, Hungary's Revival

1920-07-17

Rudolf Karpati, Hungary, sabres (Olympic-gold-1956, 60)

1921-06-09

Agnes Keleti, Hungary, gymnist (Olympic-gold-1952, 56)

1921-07-17

Tibor Szentmarjay, Puskás Hungary

1924-05-15

Andrea Gyarmati, Hungary water polo player (Olympics, 1948-60), (d. 2013)

1925-05-04

Jenö Buzánszky, Puskás Hungary

1926-03-25

Laszlo Papp, Hungary, Olympic Boxer (Gold-1948, 1952, 1956)

1927-10-23

Dezso Gyarmati, Puskás Hungary

1929-06-18

Eva Bartok, Budapest Hungary, actress (Assassin, Crimson Pirate)

1931-10-13

Raymond Kopa, Puskás Hungary

1932-02-08

Horst Eckel, Puskás Hungary

1932-04-16

Imre Polyak, Hungary, featherweight (Olympic-gold-1964)

1932-08-03

Lajos Faragó, Puskás Hungary

1933-05-14

Lajos Kovacs, Hungary, actor (Wings of Desire)

1934-03-27

Istvan Csurka, Budapest, Hungary, politician and writer, (d. 2012)

1938-01-24

Gyula Torok, Hungary, Boxer (Oly Gold 1960), (d. 2014)

1943-03-21

Antal Dunai, Hungary, soccer player (Olympic-gold-1968)

1943-09-27

Anna Gael, [Gyarmarthy], Budapest Hungary, Lady Weymouth

1943-12-15

Mihaly Hesz, Hungary, 1K kayak (Olympic-gold-1968)

1944-12-17

Ference Bene, Hungary, record 12 soccer goals (Olympic-gold-1964)

1946-10-23

Miklos Nemeth, Hungary, javelin thrower (Olympic-gold-1976)

1948-07-26

Tamás Almási, Puskás Hungary

1948-08-10

Pal Gerevich, Hungary, fencer (Olympic-bronze-1972, 80)

1949-08-08

Bela Magyari, Hungary, cosmonaut

1951-05-26

Ramón Calderón, Puskás Hungary

1951-11-26

La Cicciolina, [Ilona Staller], Budapest Hungary, Italian MP

1952-01-29

Tommy Ramone, [Erdelyi], Budapest, Hungary, rock drummer/bassist (Ramones)

1953-12-13

Zoltan Magyar, Hungary, side horse gymnist (Olympic-gold-1976, 80)

1953-12-21

Andras Schiff, Budapest Hungary, pianist (Tchaikovsky-1974)

1954-05-09

Balazs Taroczy, Hungary, tennis star

1961-06-04

Ferenc Gyurcsány, Hungary prime minister

1963-07-19

Sandor Wladar, Hungary, 200m backstroke swimmer (Olympic-gold-1980)

1964-12-31

Klari MacAskill, Budapest Hungary, kayaker (Olympics-5-92, 96)

1966-04-26

Andrea Temesvari, Budapest Hungary, tennis star (1985 US Clay Courts)

1967-06-03

Tamas Darnyi, Hungary, backstroke swimmer (Oly-gold-88, 92)

1972-11-10

Virag Csurgo, Siofok Hungary, tennis star (1993 Futures-Freeport)

1974-06-28

Atilla Buday, Budapest Hungary, Canadian canoeist (Olympics-96)

1976-04-23

Tamas Buday Jr, Budapest Hungary, Canadian canoeist (Olympics-96)

1977-06-17

Andrea Deak, Miss Universe-Hungary (1996)

1977-12-31

Ildiko Kecan, Miss Hungary Universe (1997)

1988-11-11

Péter Nagy, Valami Hungary

1988-12-29

Agnes Szavay, Hungary tennis player

Hungary - Weddings
Date Event
1515-07-22

Louis of Hungary (9) marries Maria of Bohemia & succession to Hungarian throne

1938-04-28

King Zog of Albania marries Countess Geraldine of Hungary

Hungary - Deaths
Date Event
1031-09-02

Saint Emeric of Hungary

1038-08-15

Stefanus I, [Arpad], 1st king of Hungary, dies

1077-04-24

Geza I, King of Hungary (1074-7), dies

1095-07-29

Ladislaus I Arpad de Heilige, King of Hungary, dies

1116-02-03

King Coloman of Hungary (b. 1070)

1131-03-01

Stephen II, King of Hungary (1116-31), dies

1134-08-13

Irene of Hungary [Piroska], Byzantine empress, dies at 46

1141-02-13

Béla II of Hungary (b. 1110)

1162-05-13

Géza II of Hungary

1163-01-14

Ladislaus I Arpad, king of Hungary (1162-63), dies

1172-03-04

Stephan III, King of Hungary (1162-72), dies; (b. 1147)

1205-05-07

Ladislaus III Arpad, King of Hungary (1204-05), dies at 5 or 6

1213-09-24

Gertrude of Merania, wife of Andrew II of Hungary (murdered) (b. 1185)

1231-11-17

Elisabeth of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II of Hungary (b. 1207)

1235-10-26

Andres II Arpad, King of Hungary (1205-35), dies

1270-05-03

King Béla IV of Hungary (b. 1206)

1272-08-06

Stefanus V, prince of Transylvania/king of Hungary (1270-72), dies

1290-07-10

King Ladislaus IV of Hungary (b. 1262)

1342-07-16

King Charles I of Hungary

1342-07-26

Charles I Robert van Anjou, King of Hungary (1307-42), dies

1382-09-10

Louis I, the Great, King of Hungary/Poland, dies

1401-05-18

Władysław Opolczyk (German: Ladislaus von Oppel, count palatine of Hungary 1367-1372, governor of Halych-Volhynia 1372 - 1378, count palatine of Poland

1437-12-09

Sigismund, German Emperor/king of Hungary/Bohemia, dies at 70

1444-11-10

Wladyslaw III Warnenczyk, king of Poland/Hungary, dies in battle at 20

1457-11-23

Ladislaus V Posthumus, king of Hungary/Bohemia, dies at 17

1490-04-06

Matthias Corvinus, king of Hungary, dies

1526-08-29

Louis II, King of Hungary/Bohemia, dies in accident at 20

1540-07-21

John I Zapolyai, prince of Transsylvania/king of Hungary, dies

1541-01-06

Bernard van Orley, Flemish royal painter of Hungary, dies at about 52

1558-10-18

Maria, queen of Hungary/guardian of Neth (1531-55), dies at 53

1629-11-15

Bethlen Gabor, King of Hungary (1620-29), dies at 49

1654-07-09

Ferdinand IV, King of the Romans, Bohemia and Hungary of smallpox (b. 1633)

1822-02-10

Albert-Kasimir, duke of Saxon-Teschen/governor of Hungary, dies at 83

1890-02-18

Guyla Andr ssy Sr, earl/premier of Hungary (1867-71), dies at 66

1912-02-17

Aloys von Aerenthal, foreign minister (Austria-Hungary), dies at 57

1916-11-21

Franz Jozef I, King of Austria/Hungary, dies

1922-04-01

Charles I, emperor (Austria)/King of Hungary (Charles IV), dies

1941-04-02

Paul Teleki, premier Hungary, dies

1941-04-03

Pal Teleki-von Szek, PM Hungary (1920-21, 39-41), suicide at 61

1958-06-16

Imre Nagy, Prime Minister of Hungary (b. 1895)

1982-12-18

Tibor de Machula, Hungary/Neth cellist, dies at 70

1989-03-14

Zita, Empress of Austria/Queen of Hungary, dies at 96

1989-07-06

Janos Kádár, premier of Hungary (1956-58), dies at 77

1993-12-12

Jozsef Antall, historian/premier of Hungary (1990-93), dies at 61

1999-08-16

Rudolf Sremec, Krleza: Schooling in Hungary

2004-04-06

Djorje Zelmanovic, Krleza: Schooling in Hungary

2011-05-29

Ferenc Mádl, Hungarian politician, President of Hungary (b. 1931)

2011-07-04

Otto von Habsburg, last crown prince of Austria-Hungary and MEP (1979-1999) (b. 1912)

2013-08-18

Dezso Gyarmati, Puskás Hungary

2014-08-28

Melinda Ottrubay, Hungary's Revival

2015-01-11

Jenö Buzánszky, Puskás Hungary


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