Wasn't there any Hungarian resistance movement against Nazi?

Discussions on all aspects of the smaller Axis nations in Europe and Asia. Hosted by G. Trifkovic.
User avatar
Kim Sung
Member
Posts: 5039
Joined: 28 May 2005 13:36
Location: The Last Confucian State

Re: Hungarian Resistance against German troops in WWII

Post by Kim Sung » 02 Nov 2005 10:50

Géza Árbocz wrote:I recently found at the site http://mek.oszk.hu/00000/00062/html/szocikk/m1.htm a notice about a Hungarian note about this subject called
Irodalom: Magyar szabadságharcosok a fasizmus ellen. (Szerk.: VARSÁNYI János.) Bp. 1969. - Az Ideiglenes Nemzetgyűlés almanachja 1944-1945. Bp. 1994.
what means: Written: Hungarian freedom fight against the fascismus ( author Jano Varsany - Budapest 1969 - from a Review 1944-1945 (maybe the other Hungarian fellows can give a better translation for this note).
As part of this group was Makay Miklos, who was a Director at the Nitrokemia company, who later at 1950 started a chemical and explosive company here in Brazil where my father and 2 eldest brother worked with him.


Nice link, thank you!

User avatar
Kim Sung
Member
Posts: 5039
Joined: 28 May 2005 13:36
Location: The Last Confucian State

Post by Kim Sung » 07 Nov 2005 11:25

Please move this thread to newly opened Resistance Movement section, the right place to which this subject should be located!

Return to “Minor Axis Nations”