Transylvania After World War Two

When World War Two was nearing its end, three men came together to make choices that would affect Transylvania.

At the time Transylvania was a part of the countries of Hungary and Romania, this was due to the Vienna Awards, which divided Transylvania between Hungary and Romania. This was decided by judges from Italy and Germany.

After the end of World War Two, the men above decided, that Transylvania and its borders would go back to the boundaries pre-1940, but post 1919.  This is in all probability due to the fact that not only was Romania a par of the Allies, and also because There was a high number of Romanians in Transylvania.