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Old 02-13-2014, 05:52 PM
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In Hungary the Habsburgs created over 100 new titles of nobility between 1606 and 1657.
Which titles, and who received them?
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So I think here in Hungary don't live so much aristocrats...
They voted before for a noble over a Habsburg before and there are still noble options. Moving to Hungary might not help Georg that much with at least the Esterhazys and Zichys seeming to live there. Istvan Horthy, the heir of the last monarch was born in Hungary while his grandfather was still Regent so elder Hungarians may be familiar at least with his existence .

Heirs to Regent
Horthy - István 1941 (grandfather was Kormányzó (Regent) of Hungary (1920-44), father was Alkormányzó (lieut-governor)) who has 3 sons Leonhard 1961, Henry 1965, and Stuart 1971 (England?)
Horthy de Nagybnya
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/István_Horthy,_Jr.

Heirs to Runner-up
Apponyi - Rudolf 1940, Alfred 1941, Alexander 1971, Constantin 1977
(Frankfurt?) Apponyi 3

Princely House
Esterházy - Antal 1936 (Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Hungarian Institute for Environmentally Sound Economic Development in Eastern Europe), son Pál-Antal 1986,
http://genealogy.euweb.cz/hung/esterhazy2.html
Geboren im 20ten Jahrhundert
The Heirs of Europe: Esterh�zy (Hungary?)

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Almásy - Denes 1963, Antal 65, Ferenc 95, Miklos 67, Kristof 95, László 97
(Belgium?) Almsy 2
Battyhány - Ladislaus 1938, Ladislaus 1970, Dominik 1971 (Vienna?)
Batthyny 3
The Heirs of Europe: Batthy�ny
Festetics - György 1940, Tasziló 1978, György 84 (Kitzbühel, Austria?)
Festetics de Tolna 3
The Heirs of Europe: Festetics
Hunyady - Jozsef 1962 (Katalin Almásy de Zsadány et Törökszentmiklós 1969) Istvan 1968 (Alexandra zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn ) Laszló 2009
Hunyady de Kthely (Tuscany?)
Széchenyi - Bertalan 1937, Kristóf 1967 (United States?)
Szchenyi 3
Teleki - Pál 1937, Geza 1943, Aidan 1995 (United States?)
Teleki 2
Zichy - Peter 1924, Mihály 1961, Pál 1988, Ferenc 1992, Gergely 1996 (Hungary?) Zichy 3
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Horthys

Countess Ilona Edelsheim Gyulai - Telegraph

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http://www.mythicjourneys.org/guest_horthy.html
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And why hasn't there been any pro-monarchy movement in Hungary in general? The monarchy was restored once before, after WWI. Is it because Hungary hasn't been ruled by its own royal family in so long-since before the Habsburgs?
I believe it had more to do with the uprising against the monarchy in 1953. Things were not progressing fast enough for the people and the monarchy (my family included in that) were ousted from it's borders.

I am in the process of getting my mother's side of what she knows as she is the Comtessa Von Bacho, and her grandmother moved to the US around that time because of the uprising.
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An uprising in 1953?
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That's what my Mother and Granparents told me...

And they would be the ones to know.
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Hungary became a republic in 1946 and sice then Monarchy has never been restored and they are not really any chance for such an event.
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I believe it had more to do with the uprising against the monarchy in 1953. Things were not progressing fast enough for the people and the monarchy (my family included in that) were ousted from it's borders.

I am in the process of getting my mother's side of what she knows as she is the Comtessa Von Bacho, and her grandmother moved to the US around that time because of the uprising.
There was a 1956 Hungarian Uprising against the government of the Hungarian People's Republic and its Soviet-imposed policies.There was no 1953 uprising against the monarchy as the Kingdom of Hungary was abolished in 1946 and a People's Republic established in 1946.
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Archduke Maximilian of Austria (b. 1974), youngest son of Archduke Geza of Austria (himself son of Archduke Joseph Franz and Princess Anna of Saxony) and his first wife Monika Decker, and his wife, nee Arabella Stafford Northcote (b. 1975), became parents of a son, Charles, this year.

He is the first child for the couple, who married last year, and the 6th grandchild for the paternal grandparents.

Source: Descendants of Archduke Franz Karl of Austria
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Maximilian was born of a morganatic marriage and later raised to comital rank but I don't think he's an archduke.

The baby's full name is Charles Benedict István.
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