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895: Under the leadership of Árpád, the Hungarian tribes settled in the Carpathian Basin
997-1038: Christianity was accepted during the reign of Stephen I (St. Stephen) -after his death, he was canonized.
Hungarians called him as the Founder of the Country. He legislated the first law-books of Hungary
it strenghtened the christianity in the country (every 10 villages had to build at least one chruch)
it saved the private property
introduced Hungary into the chrisitian Europe
prepared the political surroundings to stay as a kingdom 1241: The Mongolian Tatars devastated the country. Their presence, which lasted a year, halted development for at least a century. renaissance music King Matthias 1458-1490: The rule of King Matthias.
Cultural life of a European standard shined in his palaces at Buda and Visegrád.
For a few decades, Hungary lived on a West European standard. Bibliotheca Corviniana at Mohács, the Turks defeated the Hungarian army. 150 years of Turkish occupation started.
Western and northern Hungary accepted Hapsburg rule to escape Turkish occupation.
Transylvania became independent under Hungarian princes.
Intermittent war with the Turks was waged until a peace treaty was signed in 1699. in 1526 1703-1711: A freedom war under the leadership of Ferenc Rákóczi II, Prince of Transylvania, against the Habsburgs. The rebels defeated the imperial army in several battles, but did't receive the promised French support and failed. First half of the 19th century A national reform movement was launched for the political and economic transformation of the country, for Hungarian language and culture. This was when the National Anthem was born, and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences was set up. The building of the Chain Bridge started to build.
The initiator of these was Count István Széchenyi, an eminent figure of the Reform Age. 1848 1848-1849: A revolution broke out in Pest, which extended over the entire country. The Habsburg Emperor was dethroned after the Hungarian army won several significant battles.
The revolution could only be oppressed in the summer of 1849 by the Habsburgs with the help of the Russian army. 1867: The Hungarians concluded a compromise with the Habsburgs. A double-centred monarchy was set up.
A spectacular industrial upswing started. I. World War 1920: The Trianon Treaty reduced Hungary's area by two thirds and the population by one third.
Since then, considerable Hungarian minorities lived in the neighbouring countries. Budapest 1873: Pest, Buda and Obuda were unified: Budapest became a European metropolis.
The first subsurface underground railway on continental Europe was put into operation. II. World War In World War II, Hungary allied with Germany.
Hungarian Jews and Gypsies were sent to death camps. The German regime was driven out by the Soviets by 1945. 40 years of Communism 1956 In 1948, the Communist Party, with the support of Soviet troops, seized control.
Hungary was proclaimed a People's Republic and one-party state in 1949.
Industry was nationalized, the land collectivized into state farms, and the opposition terrorized by the secret police. On Oct. 23, 1956, an anti-Communist revolution broke out in Budapest. To cope with it, the Communists set up a coalition government and called former prime minister Imre Nagy back to head the government.
But he and most of his ministers sympathized with the anti-Communist opposition, and he declared Hungary a neutral power, withdrawing from the Warsaw Treaty and appealing to the United Nations for help.
One of his ministers, János Kádár, established a counterregime and asked the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Rebublics) to send in military power. Soviet troops and tanks suppressed the revolution in bloody fighting after 190,000 people had fled the country. Under Kádár (1956–1988), Communist Hungary maintained more "liberal" policies in the economic and cultural spheres, and Hungary became the most liveable of the Soviet-bloc nations of eastern Europe.
Almost half million!! Hungarian died by the Hungarian Communist Authhority. 1989 - Political Transmission ... and the last Soviet soldier left Hungary In these days The transition to a market economy proved difficult.
In 1999, Hungary became part of NATO,
in May 2004, it joined the EU,
member of OECD
member of Visegrad Group and
the Schengen state a few info Capital (and largest city) Budapest
Official language Hungarian
Ethnic groups 92.3% Hungarian,
1.9% Roma, 1% German, 3% others
Government Parliamentary republic
- President: Pál Schmitt (Fidesz)
- Prime Minister Viktor Orbán (Fidesz)
- Total 93,030 km2
- Water (%) 0.74%
- 2011 February estimate 9,979,000
GDP (nominal) 2010 estimate
- Total $128.960 billion
- Per capita $12,879 Budapest Business School -
College of Finance and Accountancy http://bgf.hu/pszk/galeria/eletkepek At present, these are the BA/BSc programmes offered by the BBS:
Commerce and Marketing ( both in English and in German)
Communication and Media Studies
Finance and Accounting (also in English)
Human Resource Management
International Business Economics ( both in English and in French, double degree programmes)
Tourism and Catering ( both in English and in German)
Business Management Colleges: College of Commerce, Catering and Tourism
College of International Management and Business Studies, and
College of Finance and Accountancy Thank U! Business English Presentation brief history of Hungary
the nature and gastronomy
my uni and my studies parts of my prezi: main subjects: micro and macroeconomy
business -foreign- language
... Miklós Dávid Vágó Gastronomy