Hungarians were a nomadic group from near Baskiria, near the Uralian mountain. Hungary came to be in about 900 DC. The hungarians were first led by Álmos, but he was killed and afterwards was led by Árpád. Because their fighting style was unknown, they were victorious on most countries, and so Hungary was a huge empire.
However, long story short, Hungary was attacked by the mongolians in around 1421, was under Turkish dominion for 150 years, then was under Austrian dominion for 300 years, then was under Soviet dominion until 1989. And under these dominions, Hungary took the wrong choices and was forced to become 93000 square kilometer big. The biggest territory cut-down was made in Trianon, at the end of World War I.
Hungary has almost no relationship to huns. And so, Attila the Hun was NOT hungarian. He was the King of the Huns.
The name is said to be derived from an old hungarian word "onogur". Although, almost no hungarians know what that means, except History Teachers. They say Hungarians might be related to Finns or the Turkish.
Hungary's population is 10,1 million. Out of that, 1,7 million live in the main city, Bud...