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actually ancient anymore appeared Attila Austrian autonomy Avars Balkans Banat became Bucharest Budapest Bulgarian Bulgars Byzantine C. A. Macartney Carpathian Basin Catholic century chronicles Communist culture Dacia Dako-Roman Daks Danube Danubian Basin defeated Documented Chronology domination Eastern Emperor Empire ethnic minorities ethno-linguistic Europe European fascist forced frontiers garian Gepids German Ghyka groups Habsburg History of Hungary Hitler Hunga Huns Ibid Iorga Iron Guard King Kolozsvar language leaders liberal lower Danube Magyars mentioned migration military minority problems Moesia Moldavia Moscow mountains multinational Muscovites nationalistic nian origin Ostrogoths Pannonia peasants political population Prince probably province realized region represented Revolution Roman rule Ruma Rumanian historians Rumanian language Rumanian nationalism Russian Scythian Seton-Watson Slavs Soviet Stalin Successors sylvania Szekelys territory Thracian tion traditions Tran Transyl Transylvania Transylvanian Magyars Transylvanian problem Transylvanian Saxons Transylvanian Wallachians Treaty Treaty of Trianon Trianon tribes Turanian Turks Ural-Altaic vania Vienna Vlachs Wallachians Western Zathureczky
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