A large colourful clearly designed art-deco railroad map of Hungary was published in 1936 to accompany a railroad guide for the year titled Magyarország vasúti térképe és állomási névjegyzéke (Railway map and station list of Hungary). The map concentrates on economic railway traffic and customs on the borders.
The map was published in revised and modernized editions from 1920s on, adding and removing the gained and lost territories in these turbulent decades until the end of WWII. In the 1939 and 1940, Hungary gained additional territories in the area of Czechoslovakia as a reward from Germany for supporting their politics.
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