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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by romsitsa » 10 Dec 2013 17:21

Hello Ilya,

thanks for the map, didn't know it, lots of fun :)

There was a trophy/wreck collection point in Korponai street, close to a railway yard, but the surrounding is not a 100% match.

I have no info on Kelenföld but there was (somewhere in a book I can't find) a photo showing a quite similar plain with some Sfh.-s Pak 43 and russian AA guns and that was captioned as Kelenföld.

Yours

Adam

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by Sturm78 » 11 Dec 2013 21:33

Hi all,

Toldi tank column

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by carius » 27 Jun 2014 13:27

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by Varadero » 25 Dec 2014 10:47

Hungarian Csaba and Toldi on the Eastern Front 1941. From ebay.
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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by jakszach » 02 Jan 2015 19:22

Hi all,
Toldi on the move, from my collection
Cheers, Jakub
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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by Marcus » 04 Jan 2015 14:12

Illustrations on marking and camouflage from Bison decals (you can download a higher resolution version there):

Part I
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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by Marcus » 04 Jan 2015 14:14

Part II
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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by Marcus » 04 Jan 2015 14:15

Part III
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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by Marcus » 04 Jan 2015 14:29

More from the same source:
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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by Marcus » 10 Jan 2015 11:45

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by Varadero » 28 Jan 2015 21:25

Nice images!
Here from ebay Toldi on the Eastern Front.
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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by fakatona » 24 Apr 2015 13:57

ain92 wrote:
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

Adam
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.
Hi Ilya.

i dont agree with Adam its wrong info.

Both images Vérmező Buda.

First photo
you have right Ilya.
this is Vérmező the last airport in Budapest in 1945 where cargo gliders came in succession with supply, then was a military order that necessary made unusable those cargo gliders.

Second photo
image is shown at the Moscow Square and Szell Square,was booty from the Eastern Front military technology exhibited there .

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by fakatona » 07 May 2015 12:08

Budapest 1945. Zrínyi II. (Weisz Manfréd 40-43)
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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by carius » 02 Jun 2015 07:05

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Re: Hungarian Armor in WW2

Post by Luftflotte2 » 05 Jan 2016 04:32

A nice collection has surfaced recently!
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