The Treaty of Trianon was signed after World War I between the Hungarian and the Entente leaders. The main goals of the treaty were to limit Hungary's army, land and to pay reparations. The Hungarian government was also to be the successor of the Habsburg government. The government was forced to reduce its army to 35,000 men and to give up almost 75 percent of its territory. This loss of territory resulted in a 60 percent reduction in Hungary's population. Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, and Romania received Hungary's former land. The decision to give Burgenland (the western-most part of the old Kingdom) to Austria resulted in conflict and tension between the new Republics for several years.