Theodore Roosevelt spoke at the 1911 Hungarian parliamentary session.
Among other things, like this: "I feel I need to thank the Hungarian nation is in Europe since the beginning of existence behind it lies constantly defended against the incursions of the barbarians of Europe.
But this was not only for Europe, but for America in Europe's womb of America, the whole New World. If I do I can not, then I would consider myself a cultured man, but because I know I'll tell you, and I thank the Hungarian nation! " "