A Mongol invasion devastates large parts of Hungary.
The Ottoman Turks defeat forces of the Hungarian king and establish control over most of the country.
The Austrian Habsburgs expel the Ottoman Turks from Hungary.
Hungary becomes an equal partner in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
The Austro-Hungarian empire is broken up at the end of World War I.
Under the Treaty of Trianon, two-thirds of Hungarian territory is awarded to Czechoslovakia, Romania, Russia, and Yugoslavia.
Hungary joins the Anti-Comintern Pact of Germany, Japan, and Italy and withdraws from the League of Nations.
A new constitution makes Hungary a Communist state. Industry is nationalized and agriculture is collectivized.
The Budapest Stock Exchange opens.
Soviet forces leave Hungary and the Warsaw Pact is dissolved.
Hungary joins NATO.
Hungary is one of ten new states to join the European Union.
Hungary signs a deal with Russia to allow Russia's South Stream gas pipeline to go through Hungarian territory and to jointly build an underground gas storage facility in Hungary.