Hungaria receives its name from the On-Ogour, a horde of equestrian nomads who swept much of Europe shortly following the Islamic Conquest.
The Hungarians have long been a proud people, and were converted in 1000 AD to Christianity. Since that time the fortunes of Hungaria have waxed and waned, fighting frequent battles with the Caliphate of Thenas to the South and the Caliphate of Tutobergha to the West. In the last centuries treaties of non-aggression have been signed with the Orthodox Empire and the Republic of the Two Nations.
Hungaria was a kingdom until 1918, at which point the king stepped down and the government devolved into a loose confederation of states: Hungaria, Rumania, Serbia, Croatia, Dalmatia and Slovakia. Moldova became a break-away nation, but was subjugated by Malorussia in 1962.
While the Hungarian nation appeared on the verge of meltdown during the 1990's, several key events lead to a more unified nation.
- The attempted secession of Slovenia from Croatia, as ethnic muslims sought to secede and form their own entity.
- Border pressure and open war from the Caliphate of Thenas.
- The Attempted secession of Cosova.