The Battle for Hungary 1944/1945 – MIG6280
In The Battle for Hungary 1944/1945, Roger Hurkmans and Mirko Bayerl present a new concept which combines scale modelling with history, specifically the savage combat that took place in Hungary during the final stages of World War II. Each chapter describes a specific episode of this campaign using a diorama, which makes it possible to convey the mood, atmosphere and the specific conditions surrounding the operations to the viewer in a clear and easy-to-understand manner, all backed by the most rigorous historical research and accompanied by high-quality photographs, maps and reference illustrations.
The book is softcover, 200 pages, with high-quality maps, illustrations and photographs in full colour and black and white.
- Converting figures
- Typical old Hungarian houses
- Between lake Balaton and Budapest
- Berge go forward!
- Pz.Kfw IV. 3.SS Division at Szomor
- The fort of the unbroken
- Survivors of Budapest.
- Operation south wind
- Spring Awakening
- The last ride
- At dawn before the attack