This book examines the convoluted relations between a victor state (Yugoslavia) and a defeated one (Hungary) during the first decade after the end of World War I. The work is based mainly on archival sources and demonstrates that great power interests in the region influenced considerably the bilateral relations between Hungary and Yugoslavia
Arpad Hornyak is associate professor of history at the University of Pecs (Hungary) and senior research fellow at the Institute of History of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His specialty is the history of the Balkans during the nineteenth and twentieth century and twentieth century Hungarian foreign policy. His research concentrates on twentieth century Hungarian-Yugoslavian relations.