Treaty of Trianon
|Treaty of Trianon
Grand Trianon Palace (Versailles, France) on 4 June 1920; came into force on 16 July 1920.
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Although the United States is a signatory, the treaty was never ratified by the U.S. Senate: see the Treaty of Peace between Hungary and the United States of America, signed at Budapest on August 29, 1921.
This version compiled from the version published by the Brigham Young University Library.
- Part I. The Covenant of the League of Nations (Arts. 1–26)
- Part II. Frontiers of Hungary (Arts. 27–35)
- Part III. Political Clauses for Europe (Arts. 36–78)
- Part IV. Hungarian Interests outside Europe (Arts. 79–101)
- Part V. Military, Naval and Air Clauses (Arts. 102–143)
- Part VI. Prisoners of War and Graves (Arts. 144–156)
- Part VII. Penalties (Arts. 157–160)
- Part VIII. Reparation (Arts. 161–179)
- Part IX. Financial Clauses (Arts. 180–199)
- Part X. Economic Clauses (Arts. 200–259)
- Part XI. Aerial Navigation (Arts. 260–267)
- Part XII. Ports, Waterways and Railways (Arts. 268–314)
- Part XIII. Labour (Arts. 315–355)
- Part XIV. Miscellaneous Provisions (Arts. 356–364)
- Protocol (Trianon, 4 June 1920)
- Declaration (Trianon, 4 June 1920)