Romanian army in Budapest

Romanian army in Budapest

The war between Kingdom of Romania and Hungary Bolshevik began on the night of 15 to April 16, 1919 when the Hungarian Communist army attack  Romanian military posts . Romanian counteroffensivetook four days and reached the lineof the Apuseni Mountains and Tisa River .

We collected here some pictures illustrating the liberation of Transylvania and Hungary, including Budapest, by the Romanian Army in the summer of 1919, images from the archive Military Museum in Bucharest

Bihor villagers passing through the sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria

Bihor villagers passing through the sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Mary review the 2nd Division troops Troops

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Mary review the 2nd Division troops Troops

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria get scrolling garrison troops in Oradea

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria get scrolling garrison troops in Oradea

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria get scrolling Romanian troops in Oradea

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria get scrolling Romanian troops in Oradea

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria starting from Oradea Metropolitan Church

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria starting from Oradea Metropolitan Church

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria reaching Oradea Metropolitan Church

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria reaching Oradea Metropolitan Church

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria in Oradea

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria in Oradea

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria talking to young to Careiului Mari

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria talking to young people to Careiului Mari

King Ferdinand and Maria decorated soldiers in the center of Oradea

King Ferdinand and Maria decorated soldiers in the center of Oradea

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria attend the 2nd Division troops from crossing over Tisa at August 13, 1919

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Maria attend the 2nd Division troops from crossing over Tisa at August 13, 1919

Messages Hungarians demanded the end of hostilities , at Szolnok

Messages Hungarians demanded the end of hostilities , at Szolnok

King Ferdinand review the honor guard at Oradea

King Ferdinand review the honor guard at Oradea

King Ferdinand and Queen Maria before leaving Careii Mari

King Ferdinand and Queen Maria before leaving Careii Mari

King Ferdinand and Queen Mary on a visit to Karoly castle

King Ferdinand and Queen Mary on a visit to Karoly castle

King Ferdinand and Queen Mary in front of the train station in Oradea

King Ferdinand and Queen Mary in front of the train station in Oradea

King Ferdinand and General Traian Moşoiu review the guard of honor on the train station platform Careiului Mari

King Ferdinand and General Traian Moşoiu review the guard of honor on the train station platform Careiului Mari

King Ferdinand and General George Mărdărescu

King Ferdinand and General George Mărdărescu

Regele Ferdinand si generalul Train Moșoiu

Regele Ferdinand and general Train Moșoiu

King Ferdinand Receives Romanian troops march in Békéscsaba

King Ferdinand Receives Romanian troops march in Békéscsaba

King Ferdinand meets catholic prelates at Careii Mari

King Ferdinand meets catholic prelates at Careii Mari

King Ferdinand waiting Romanian troops parade

King Ferdinand waiting Romanian troops parade

King Ferdinand talking to generals Prezan , Mărdărescu and Panaitescu

King Ferdinand talking to generals Prezan , Mărdărescu and Panaitescu

King Ferdinand decorating soldiers in the central square from Bekescsaba

King Ferdinand decorating soldiers in the central square from Bekescsaba

Decorate Ferdinand soldiers from the 2nd Division Troops

Decorate Ferdinand soldiers from the 2nd Division Troops

King Ferdinand decorate Lt. Ghica

King Ferdinand decorate Lt. Ghica

King Ferdinand decorates General Dabija

King Ferdinand decorates General Dabija

King Ferdinand decorates soldiers for the Transylvanian fights

King Ferdinand decorates soldiers for the Transylvanian fights

King Ferdinand decorates soldiers

King Ferdinand decorates soldiers

King Ferdinand , Queen Maria and General Prezan

King Ferdinand , Queen Maria and General Prezan

 Sovereigns Ferdinand and Mary in Bekescsaba

Sovereigns Ferdinand and Mary in Bekescsaba

King Ferdinand in Oradea

King Ferdinand in Oradea

Mayor of Bekescsaba offering bread and salt to King Ferdinand

Mayor of Bekescsaba offering bread and salt to King Ferdinand

Generals Moşoiu Olteanu assisting soliders passing Tisa

Generals Moşoiu Olteanu assisting soliders passing Tisa

General Gheorghe Mărdărescu decoration ceremony

General Gheorghe Mărdărescu decoration ceremony

Romanian Regiment near Millennium column in Budapest

Romanian Regiment near Millennium column in Budapest

Romanian Infantry Regiment in the center of Budapest

Romanian Infantry Regiment in the center of Budapest

Romanian infantry patrol in Budapest

Romanian infantry patrol in Budapest

General Panaitescu the the hotel terrace Gellert in Budapest
General Panaitescu the the hotel terrace Gellert in Budapest
Romanian army horner announcing departure from Budapest

Romanian army horner announcing departure from Budapest

Via: vladimirrosulescu-istorie.blogspot.ro

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4 Responses to “Romanian army in Budapest”

    • anonim says:

      What is not exact in this post ?

    • Csaba Nagy says:

      Well:
      “Romania remained neutral in the early stages of the war, only to find itself assailed by German, Bulgarian, Austro-Hungarian, and Ottoman forces by the end of 1916″
      Attacked from North-West and South – by 4 armies with no help from anywhere, i have the feeling that Hungarian forces would have been handle it better. :)

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