Uprising in West Hungary
|Uprising in West-Hungary|
Map of present-day Burgenland in Austria, the area of the short-lived state of Lajtabánság and military conflicts
(disarmament of the rebels in 1921)
| Rongyos Gárda
Bosnian and Albanian Muslim volunteers
|Commanders and leaders|
| Pál Prónay
Mihály Francia Kiss
Huszein Durics Hilmi
|Casualties and losses|
According to the Treaty of Trianon, the city of Sopron in western Hungary and its surroundings were assigned to Austria. After an uprising in 1921 in this region, a referendum was held and 65.8% of the votes were in favor of belonging to Hungary. This referendum was accepted by the major powers and the transition of Sopron from Austria to Hungary was the only serious territorial revision in the years following the Treaty of Trianon.
- Gyula Somogyvári („Gyula diák”): És mégis élünk (novel)
- Dr. Jenő Héjjas: A Nyugat-magyarországi felkelés. Budapest, 1929.
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- József Botlik. "A második nyugat-magyarországi felkelés". Vasiszemle.hu. Retrieved 2011-07-30.
- Sándor Sarkady, Jr. "Tüzek a végeken". w3.sopron.hu. Retrieved 2011-07-30.