Hungarian communities in the United States have also marked the Day of National Cohesion, the anniversary of the signing of the post-WWI Treaty of Trianon.
Hungarian communities in Chicago, Cleveland, New York and New Brunswick commemorated the day with a church service, a festive concert and performance and a folk dance festival.
In Chicago, local Hungarians attended mass at the King Saint Stephen Catholic church and a performance about the treaty.
In Cleveland, Ohio, a commemorative concert and performance were held for members of the local Hungarian community.
In New Brunswick, a folk dance festival was organised, and in New York, a performance was held at the Hungarian House about the feeling of Hungarian emigrants while also evoking the memory of the heroes of 1956.