Daily News | Oct 19, 2018 | 1
Hungarians communities in US mark Day of National Cohesion
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.