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[Free Pdf] ♆ The Sword Behind the Shield ♷ The History Of The Hungarian Theater Of War From Late August To The End Of March Is A Special Chapter Of The History Of The Eastern Front During World War II The Soviet Nd And Rd Ukrainian Fronts Had Encircled Budapest By Christmas , After Very Heavy Combat However, This Was Just The First Phase Of A Period Of Intense Combat, As Adolf Hitler And The German High Command Planned The Relief Of The Hungarian Capital The Reinforced IV SS Panzerkorps Was Designated For This Task And Its Units Were Transferred Rapidly From Polish Territory To Hungary Two Operational Plans Were Swiftly Devised By The Germans, Before They Chose The Code Name Konrad This Was An Ard Strike From The Komarom Region Through The Mountains South Of The River Danube To The Buda Side Of The Hungarian Capital The First Day Of Operation Konrad Was January , And Marked The Beginning Of A Series Of Fierce Clashes That Lasted For Nearly Six Weeks, A Very Special Period In The History Of The Battle For Budapest Both Sides Employed Significant Numbers Of Ard Forces In These Battles, Including Heavy Tanks The German Hungarian Forces Tried To Break Through To Budapest Three Times In Three Different Locations, But Each Time They Struck Relocated Soviet Tank, Mechanized, Rifle, Cavalry, Artillery And Antitank Units From Rd Ukrainian Front S Reserve In January , Furious Tank Battles Developed In The Eastern Part Of Transdanubia In Hungary, Especially In The Areas Of Bajna, Zsambek, Zamoly, Pettend, Vereb, Dunapentele And Szekesfehervar After The Third And Strongest German Attempt Code Named Konrad , Which Also Failed, The Soviet Troops Launched A Counter Offensive In Late January To Encircle And Eliminate The Advancing Enemy Forces But The German Ard Kampfgruppen Managed To Blunt The Soviet Attack, Which Eventually Wound Down And Fragmented, Mirroring The German Offensives Before It This Work Is Based Mainly On German, Soviet And Hungarian Archival Records Eg War Diaries, Daily And After Action Reports, Etc In Addition, A Number Of Rare Unit Histories, Contemporary Private Diaries And Reliable Personal Memoirs, From Generals To Enlisted Men, Have Also Been Used By The Author The Combat Actions Are Extremely Detailed, And Provide A Day By Day Account The Author Analyzes The Command And Control Systems At Operational And Tactical Levels And The Losses Of Both Sides For A Better Understanding Of The Events The Book Includes Many Photographs And Detailed Specially Commissioned Color Battle Maps