Hungarian military units parade on the streets of Budapest, Hungary during World War II
Budapest Hungary Date:1944 Duration:1 min 16 sec Sound:Yes
Hungarian troops in World War 2 gather for a parade in Heroes' Square, at the end of Andrássy Avenue, Budapest, Hungary, Millennium Memorial visible (also known as Millenary Monument). Monument pedestal visible with text AZ EZERÉVES HATÁROKÉRT, which means "For The Millennium Boundaries". Hungarian soldiers and officers in cars, seated atop armored cars, and on foot. Dornier DO-17 bombers in flight overhead.. View of German military and Hungarian political dignitaries on stage, including Hungarian Prime Minister Laszlo Bardossy. Officer fastens flag of the Kingdom of Hungary to the instrument of a trumpeter. Formations of Motorcyclists lead a parade along a main thoroughfare. Many open trucks carrying troops take part. Some tow light field artillery pieces. Military members and civilians (almost all women) stand on either side of the road to witness the event. The civilians wave and cheer. A large number of Hungarian 39M Csaba armored scout cars assembled in front of the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts, beginning to join the parade. A Japanese boy and girl are seen in the crowd smiling and displaying a Japanese flag. Clip ends showing vehicles towing 40mm Bofors anti-aircraft guns on wheeled mountings.
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