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the correct word is HADNAGY which means lieutenant :) Good to see hungarians in this mod!!! :)
Sorry, my typo's are getting ridiculous - its because im usually rushed on my laptop. It was written down in front of me correctly I swear ;)
I think you can clearly see that it's 1945 or 1944 he is bad equipped and his uniform also does look like it had already better times.
Cheers Bull-dogge, what you dont see is that he will be carrying the formidable PPSH41, notice the magazine pouch. He may be a volunteer, but he is volunteering to stop the Russian hordes, certain death is reality. A tough soldier no doubt, much more competent than German Volksturm of the same period.
What's their armament?
I believe these men were actually fighting for the Russians, they came from Hungarian POWs who defected while captured during the siege of Budapest.
Yea yea bad karma.. look here is the information on this unit, I know Wikipedia isn't the most reliable source but it's worth taking a look at: En.wikipedia.org
This mod is going to be soooo awsome
There will be more offical Hungarian Army models, maybe 2, one standard infantry tunic & 1 greacoat model. Using German weapons, they may even serve as there own faction as they where one of the most loyal Axis allies.
It's a good idea.They should have their own faction they fought side by side with the germans.They were the best allie for the germans in the topic of fighting the russians.
you forgot the romanians...they advanced the most in russia, also the ploiesti oil refinery provided most of oil and kerosen to germany
Arrow Cross party militia would be awesome too.
:o nice work
finally some Hungarian soldiers nice to see them in this mod
Hagnagy ???? nem Hadnagy ?
I like Hungary and Romania because they help us and was good allies against the communist hordes but in 44/45 they was traitor and going to the enemy.....
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Hungarian 'Buda' Regiment 1945.