Hungarian Arms and Armour of World War Two

Peter Mujzer

Between the world wars, Hungary was a small country aiming to recover territory lost during World War One, and its Army was trained, equipped and armed to this end. During World War Two, Hungary found itself in opposition to the Allied nations. This book gives a brief history of the Hungarian Army, focusing on the main armament of the land forces.
Date Published :
June 2022
Publisher :
Key Publishing
Language:
English
Series :
Modern War Series
Illustration :
Over 170 illustrations, including 18 colorized photos and 18 painted profiles
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Binding. : Paperback
ISBN : 9781913870645
Pages : 96
Dimensions : 9.57 X 6.69 inches
Stock Status : In stock
-
+
$24.95
Also available digitally:
Buy From Amazon Amazon
Buy From Apple Apple
Buy From Barnes and Noble Barnes & Noble
Buy From Google Google
Buy From Kobo Kobo

Casemate will earn a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking a link here

Overview
-

Between the world wars, Hungary was a relatively small country aiming to recover territory lost because of World War One, and its Army was trained, equipped, armed and prepared to fight with its neighbors, to this end. At the outset of World War Two, Hungarian involvement in the war was minimal. Then, suddenly, this small country found itself in a total war with the Allied nations, primarily the Soviet Union. Although in 1941, this war was remote, in 1944–45 it arrived in Hungary, crushing the kingdom. This book gives a brief history of the Hungarian Army (Honvédség), focusing on the main armament of the land forces: armored vehicles, artillery pieces, infantry weapons and motor vehicles. The Hungarian Army had an interesting mix of weaponry and equipment inherited from the Austro-Hungarian Army, purchased from Germany, Italy, Sweden and Switzerland and produced by the Hungarian war industry, based on licences or its own designs. The 170 illustrations include 18 original color photos and 18 color profiles, skillfully painted by Tamás Deák.

REVIEWS
-

"...the author meets his intent very well in providing a very solid overview of the wide variety of arms and weapons used by the Hungarians in WWII."

- AMPS

More from this publisher