More than 160 years passed, but the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 associated with Petőfi’s name is still commemorated by the Hungarian people. Multiple elements of the 12 points composed by the Pilvax Circle are still a relevant topic in the present, utisugo.hu reports.
A long time under pressure eventually led to a revolution on March 15, 1848. The same monarch ruled over the Kingdom of Hungary and the Austrian Empire, and the National Assembly of Hungary could only hold sessions in Latin or German language. Hungary couldn’t gain autonomy and the lowered taxes alone were not enough for the positive perception of the social opinion climate.
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