Hungary and the Italo–Ethiopian Conflict (1935–1936)

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  • Balázs Szélinger Szegedi Tudományegyetem - Radnóti Miklós Kisérleti Gimnázium

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https://doi.org/10.15460/aethiopica.11.1.150

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Italo-Ethiopian Conflict, History, Hungary, Politics, Germany, League of Nations, Mussolini

Abstract

Between the two World Wars the main policy of Hungarian diplomacy was the possible revision of the Trianon Peace Treaty. Until 1935 they believed in a peaceful way under the aegis of the League of Nations with the help of Italy. The Italo-Ethiopian conflict, however, totally disrupted these plans. Although the Hungarian political elite tried to stand by Mussolini, their abstention from the sanctions indicated a changed direction toward Germany and militarism. This study, using unpublished Hungarian archival sources, reveals the inner struggles of the desperate Hungarian government.

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Balázs Szélinger, Szegedi Tudományegyetem - Radnóti Miklós Kisérleti Gimnázium

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2012-04-26

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Szélinger, B. 2008. Hungary and the Italo–Ethiopian Conflict (1935–1936) Aethiopica 11 (2008) 85-116. DOI:https://doi.org/10.15460/aethiopica.11.1.150.