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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by carius » 22 Nov 2011 15:04

Toldi from backside

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by carius » 06 Dec 2011 06:08

Raba Botond

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by carius » 05 Feb 2012 09:43

Toldi

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by carius » 16 May 2012 06:22

Csaba with extra MG

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by Sturm78 » 10 Jun 2012 16:16

Hi all,

Toldi tank:

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by Franzl Rider » 01 Jul 2012 18:55

Two pictures of same Hungarian Toldi. From ebay.
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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by carius » 25 Oct 2012 12:54

Toldi & Raba (images from ebay.de)

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by Franzl Rider » 27 Oct 2012 08:55

Hungarian Toldi from ebay
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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by carius » 16 Sep 2013 13:09

Toldis

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by carius » 16 Sep 2013 13:11

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by carius » 16 Sep 2013 14:25

Scaba

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A knocked-out Nimród in Budapest, 1945

Post by ain92 » 07 Dec 2013 18:01

Hello all.
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This's a Russian photo of a destroyed Nimród among other AA artillery (including a 76-mm Soviet M1931) on Vérmező square in 1945. Can anyone identify the point?
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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by romsitsa » 10 Dec 2013 12:52

Hello Ilya,

this is not Vermezo.

The Nimrod could be either on the Pest side (Korponai Str.) or Buda side (Kelenföld railway station) but there is no definite answer.

For comparison find attached two photos taken at Vérmező (it was a huge "pan" several meters deeper then the surrounding streets) in 1945.

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by ain92 » 10 Dec 2013 15:32

romsitsa wrote:Hello Ilya,

this is not Vermezo.

The Nimrod could be either on the Pest side (Korponai Str.) or Buda side (Kelenföld railway station) but there is no definite answer.

For comparison find attached two photos taken at Vérmező (it was a huge "pan" several meters deeper then the surrounding streets) in 1945.

yours

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Hello, Adam,
thank you for the correction and for your photos very much. I think the second variant is more probable beacuse Buda is also claimed as place by the photographer.

I also found out that Kelenföld station was placed not far away from some oil refinery plant, so there should be a lot of aerial photos, I've already found 194 and 1941, but nowhere I can see any details of the station.
With best regards, Ilya.

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