I have heard that the Germanic troops "deliberating" Hungary from the Turks caused more devastation and depopulation during 15 years (1684-1699) than the Turks had made from 1526 until 1684.I agree with both Zsanna and SReynolds.
For curiosity, this phrase was used in 1918 on a reunion of the Slovak Nation Party by Andrej Hinka, one of the most important Slovak public activists in Czechoslovakia before the Second World War:
Za tento krátky čas nám násilnícki Česi spôsobili viac trápenia, ako Maďari za tisíc rokov. Teraz vieme, že Extra Hungariam non est vita (mimo Uhorska niet pre nás života). Pamätajte si tieto slová, čas ukáže ich správnosť!
In English (my ad hoc translation):
During this short period the tyrannical Czechs caused us more suffering than the Hungarians in thousand years. Now we know that Extra Hungariam non est vita (there's no life for us [i.e. Slovaks] outside Hungary). Remember these words, the time will show their rightness!.