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Regional Autonomy in the Kingdom of Hungary 10001920
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19th century According administration agreement Armenian assimilation Austrian Basque became bilingual bishop border Breton Buda census communities constitution Council Croat Croatian Csango cultural Cumans Czech Czechoslovakia diocese economic elected endeavors established ethnic group Felvidek forced French German granted Greek Catholic Greek Orthodox guaranteed Habsburg Hungarian language Hungary independent Ireland Irish Karpatalja King Kolozsvar land language of instruction Lapp large numbers linguistic living Lutheran majority military Minister minority Moldavia mother tongue Munkacs National Assembly official language op.cit ordinance organizations Orthodox Church Parliament Party Pechenegs Poland policies Polish political population priests Prince privileges Protestant provinces reform regions religious representatives Rhaeto-Roman Romanian Romanian language Russian Ruthenian Saxons Scotland Scottish self-government Serb Serbia settled settlements Slovak Slovakia South Tyrol Soviet Szekelys Tartar taxes teachers territorial autonomy tion Transylvania Transylvanian Saxons Turkish Ujvidek Ukrainians Ungvar Union Vajdasag villages villeins Wales Welsh Yugoslav