HUNGARY: Homage to Harmsworth

To pronounce the word "Trianon" casually, at Budapest, is to poke up live coals of Magyar patriotism and evoke recital of how the Allied Powers "ravished and dismembered" Hungary by the Treaty of Trianon in 1920.

_ Today, after eight long years, the national indignation is still keyed to such a pitch that, last week, half a million Magyars welcomed with huzzahs and showered with Spring blossoms a bewildered young Englishman who entered Hungary with the words "Revise the Treaty of Trianon!" upon his lips.

The young man is the Hon. Esmond Cecil...

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