The extent of Hungary's control by April 7, 1944. Turkey (in blue) had managed to fight somewhat into Russian territory in Georgia and Dagestan, but concentrated attacks along this front forced back the Turks and eventually led to their defeat. This also forced the Hungarians to spare troops to protect against the Soviet-controlled Istanbul. Their main problem was facing too many nations at one time, which led to their downfall.

Hungarian Socialist Republic
January 7, 1936 - November 11, 1946
No flag No coa
Flag Coat of Arms
(and largest city)
Language Hungarian
Religion Catholic
Government National Socialist

On January 7, 1936, Horthy Nagybanya, the President of Hungary, immediately declared the creation of the Hungarian Empire. Known more "peacefully" (just broadcast to the world) as the Hungarian Socialist Republic, it had one goal- rule all of Europe under their reign.

Her population nearly quintupled over the span of roughly eight years, and she became the fourth largest country in Europe, but eventually succumbed to the combined might of Germany, Russia, France, Italy, the UK, and others.

Hungary was most notably known for having held off the world for six years without any help, save the Turkish Socialist Republic, which was installed as a puppet government once it succumbed to Hungary in November 1940.


In the early morning hours of January 7, on a cold night in Budapest, Nagybanya awoke from a grand dream of conquer, domination and control. He began writing down his plans. It took him just a week to right down all of it, and he presented it to his cabinet of ministers. They responded with applause and happiness.

it was announced on January that the old Hungarian government would be replaced with the new Socialist Republic. All men between ages twenty-two and forty were immediately pressed into the army and air force for six years minimum. All available troops were sent to the southern border against Yugoslavia.