As I wrote it before, I have not this book, and I never read it. It was too expensive for me, and the interlibrary system didn't send me this book.
You know, I am very glad, that foreigners interested in the Hungarian military history, and a German historian wrote a book about Hungary, but nowadays generally all of the reliable sources was written in Hungarian language. If you don't speak the language, you can't use the best sources. Another thing: a lot of Hungarian books also contains huge mistakes - you must know very well the details and if you know this things well, you can select the sources.
Some other wrong dates, event in your list during summer, 1942 in Kortoiak, Scsucsje and Uriw bridgehead-battles:
You wrote this:
Uryv bridgehead : The first attempt to clear this started on 27/7/42 using the 1st field armoured division,. This attack cleared much of the bridgehead and destroyed 21 T34's without any losses of their own tanks. Unfortunately very low ammo stocks meant the attack had to stop and on 7/8/42 soviet counter attacks started. These retook the lost territory.
The second attempt to clear the Uryv bridgehead was undertaken by III Corps from 18/8/42 but was halted by tough soviet resistance.
And the corrcet dates, events: the first attack was on 18 July, 1942, not on 27 July, 1942. The Hungarians kocked out 21 tanks, but just a few was T-34, mainly T-26 and M3 tanks were the victims. Some M3 Stuart were captured also (and was used later as towing by the Hungarians)
The second attack was on 10 August, 1942, not on 18 August, 1942.
You wrote this about Korotoiak:
Karotyak bridgehead: The soviets had pushed back the 10th light division and IV Corps tried to restore the situation from 7/8/42. The 1st field armoured division and 12th light division cleared tyhe north part of Karotyak but made nno further progress. The soviet attack against III corps led to the removal of 1st field armoured division , this gap being attacked by soviet units which were only initially held back by artillery battallions using some of their men as infantry. 10/8/42 German reinforcements held the soviet attack.
From 12/8/42 the hungarians attacked again with 1st field armoured division, 10 and 12 light divisions and a German division,. By 3/9/42 this bridgehead had been destroyed.
And the reality: the fight was very hard here during the all August after the Soviet attack(it was on 6 August, not on 7). The main Hungarian attacks were here: on 7 August, and on 15 August.
The bridgehead was destroyed between 1 and 3 September, but just by the Germans (336 ID, one StuG Abt, and other units), etc, etc, etc.
Can you see, that it contains a lot of mistakes? And this is just a small part of the book, I think.