A millennium of Hungarian military history

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Boulder, Colo. : Social Science Monographs ; Highland Lakes, N.J. : Atlantic Research and Publications ; New York : Distributed by Columbia University Press, 2002.
Physical Description
xiv, 775 p. : maps ; 23 cm.
War and society in East Central Europe ; v. 37
East European monographs ; no. 621
Atlantic studies on society in change ; no. 114


Király, Béla K., 1912-2009.
Veszprémy, László.


Hungary > History, Military.

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edited by László Veszprémy and Béla K. Király ; translated by Eleonóra Arató ; copyedited by Matthew Suff.
Title Variation
Millenium [sic] of Hungarian military history
Medieval Hungary. -- Attila Zsoldos: The first centuries of Hungarian military organization -- László Veszprémy: The birth of military science in Hungary: the period of the ANjou and Luxembourg kings -- Gyula Rázsó: Military reforms in the fifteenth century -- Hungary under Ottoman occupation. -- Gábor Ágoston: Ottoman conquest and the Ottoman military frontier in Hungary -- Géza Pálffy: The border defense system in Hungary in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries -- Géza Perjés: Count Miklós Zrínyi (1620-1664) -- István Czigány: Rákóczi's war of independence -- József Zachar: Hungarian soldiers in the Habsburg and foreign armies, 1699-1789 -- Raymond Boissau: The Bercsényi and Esterházy regiments of the French army -- József Zachar: Hungarian soldiers in the French revolutionary and Napoleonic wars -- The Hungarian war of independence, 1848/49 -- Róbert Hermann: Politics and the army in 1848-1849 -- Tamás Csikány: The art of warfare in 1848-1849 -- Hungary between the compromise and Trianon -- Tibor Balla: Hungarian soldiers in the army of dualism -- Ferenc Pollmann: Hungarians in the World War I -- Csaba Horváth and Ferenc Lengyel: The armies of the revolutions, 1918-1919 -- Hungary after Trianon and in World War II -- Csaba Horváth and Ferenc Lengyel: The Hungarian Royal Honvéd Army, 1920-1940 -- Sándor Szakály: Hungary enters World War II -- Péter Szabó: Hungarian soldiers in World War II, 1941-1945 -- Miklós Szabó: The Hungarian Royal Honvéd Air Force in World War II -- Lóránd Dombrády: A Hungarian attempt to break the German alliance: the case of the Kállay government -- Hungary behind the Iron Curtain -- Béla K. Király: An abortive and the first real war between Socialist countries -- Miklós Horváth: Soviet aggression against Hungary in 1956: operations "Wave" and "Whirlwind" -- Ferenc Szami: The Hungarian People's Army, 1957-1989 -- Epilogue. Mihály Szántó: Hungary's schedule for joining NATO.


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