Since the Ottoman occupation of Hungary and the age of reformation, Hungary has been considered a heterogeneous territory as far as religious denominations are concerned. As religious composition of Central and Eastern European countries' population deeply interconnected with their ethnic composition, it is quite plausible that the Trianon Treaty fundamentally changed Hungary's religious composition: from a religious point of view, the country became more homogeneous and the prevalence of denominations related to Hungarians suddenly increased significantly.
The polulation of Hungary according to religious denominations. Source: Rózsa Dávid, Rovács Barna (szerk.): A számontartott nemzet - A Trianon előtti és utáni évtizedek Magyarországa statisztikai térképeken. Budapest: Központi Statisztikai Hivatal, KSH Könyvtár, 2020, p. 189.Published on - 2020-12-10 02:20:00