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Bohemia and Moravia, since the tenth century a part of the German Kingdom, became at the turn of the fifteenth century engulfed in the Hussite movement, a mixture of religious, Czech nationalstic, and social revolt against the Catholic-German domination. In 1420, it escalated into the Hussite Wars, an essentially peasant uprising under the Protestant flag for the abolition of serfdom, until then the most radical revolt for the destruction of the feudal system in the western region. Only after thirty years of bitter fighting could a Catholic Holy Crusade crush the peasant armies.
Grain in Hungary was, at that time, a negligible item in foreign trade, in contrast to Poland and Bohemia. On the other hand, cattle and wine were exported in considerable quantities, and labor services could never be exploited in such a brutal manner in cattle-raising and viniculture as they were in wheat production. The peasants’ own production in Hungary suffered severe setbacks, but it did not dwindle to the same extent as in wheat exporting countries. It was mainly these circumstances that contributed to the fact that in Hungary the feudal ruling class did not succeed in making the system of ‘‘perpetual serfdom’’ completely universal.
While the Austrian revolution remained largely restricted to Vienna, revolution in Hungary engulfed the whole country. In Vienna, social and political change fueled the revolution; in Hungary the additional demand for liberation from Austrian domination expanded it into a war of independence. The prelude was similar to that in Vienna. The initiative for economic and institutional reform came from Count Istva´ n Sze´ chenyi, a member of one of the most prestigious aristocratic families. He called for the modernization of backward Hungary by granting all inhabitants equality before the law and including the prosperous farmers and the rising class of entrepreneurs in the political nation.