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Promoters of domestic tourism in Hungary between the world wars laid blame for poor business at the feet of many causes. But their loudest and most persistent accusation was that Hungarians did not travel their homeland because they did not properly "know it." At the same time, geographers, educators, and politicians made the nearly identical claim that Hungarians were lacking in honismeret, or "knowledge of one's homeland," and needed to banish their ignorance if they were to truly anddoi:10.5195/ahea.2014.168 fatcat:vpwwnwgu4nd2nil7ydstewtff4