Kingdom of Hungary
Timeline: Qu'il Tous

OTL equivalent: Hungary, parts of Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Ukraine, Poland, and Croatia
Flag of Hungary Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms
Capital Budapest
Largest city Budapest
Other cities Bratislava, Cluj-Napoca, Debrecen, Miskolc, Novi Sad, Szeged, Timisoara, and Zagreb
Language Hungarian, Slovakian, Croatian, Romanian
Demonym Hungarian
King Louis III
  Royal house: Kossuth
Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén
Established May 1864
Currency Hungarian Korona


Hungary became independent in May of 1864, following a revolt against the Austrians, the second of the century. One of the leading Hungarian nationalists and leader of the last revolt, and exiled to the United States in the 1840s, Kossuth Lajos, came back to the country to help with the establishment of the government. Despite his own tendencies and opinions, the people were clear: they wanted a king, but one of their own - and their choice was him. Grudgingly, he accepted the role, in a constitutional form, like in Britain. His descendants have held power since.

Kings of Hungary since independence:

  • Lajos I, 1864-1894
  • Ferenc I, 1894-1914
  • Stephen VI, 1914-1956
  • Vladislaus III, 1956-1978
  • Louis III, 1978-Present

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