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By Krisztin Ungvry

ISBN-10: 1860647278

ISBN-13: 9781860647277

Conflict for Budapest: a hundred days in international struggle II КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: I.B.Tauris & Co LtdАвтор(ы): Krisztan UngvaryЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2003Количество страниц: 385ISBN: 1-86064-727-8Формат: pdf (e-book)Размер: 15,5 mb RAPIDили IFOLDER zero

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Lieutenant György Thuróczy recalls one of the offensives: It was already dark when we took over the defence line. The changing of the guard was not betrayed even by the flame of a match. As we groped our way forward in the trenches connecting the separate dugouts we were suddenly walking on a strange thick material with an uneven surface that felt like textile. m. 45, we were bombarded so densely that we couldn’t make a move. Then, when the assault of the roaring tanks and the cheering artillery followed, we received no artillery support whatsoever and could only resort to our infantry arms.

Süd RH 19 V/54, pp. 59, 116. BA-MA RH 24–72/44, strength report 12th Infantry Division, 25 October 1944. HL TGY, Tassonyi, p. 19. Martin and Ugron, p. 98. Friessner, p. 176. Tóth, 1975a, p. 62. Thuróczy, p. 69. Tibor Gencsy’s memoirs, p. 18 (in the collection of the author). HL TGY, Aurél Salamon, 3179, p. 54. Tóth, 1975a, p. 62. In October 1944 Stalin and Churchill had come to an agreement about the division of the Balkans. For details, see Kogelfranz, pp. 12–13. Tóth, 1975a, pp. 62–3. , p. 73.

HL KTB Hgr. Süd 896/b, report of 11 November 1944. The brutally mutilated bodies of surrendering SS soldiers were found after the successful counter-attack. Records of the event are found among the November attachments of the war diary of the German Army Group South. BA-MA KTB Hgr. Süd RH 19 V/54, pp. 59, 116. BA-MA RH 24–72/44, strength report 12th Infantry Division, 25 October 1944. HL TGY, Tassonyi, p. 19. Martin and Ugron, p. 98. Friessner, p. 176. Tóth, 1975a, p. 62. Thuróczy, p. 69. Tibor Gencsy’s memoirs, p.

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