In the middle ages Mány was in Esztergom county. Mány and Örs were destroyed in the first decades of the Turkey occupation, so they become a heath. From 1611 there was a Batthyány estate, but in 1680 Batthyány family pledged their estates in Mány and Bicske. In 1703 Mány was moved in Fejér county. At the World War I 630 young man joined the army, and 115 them never returned home. For them, Mány set a monument in 1927. In 1944 World War II reached Mány. The Sovjet ring which surrounded Budapest was found in the border of Mány.