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    Memoirs of a eyewitness

    "It was 10th of february and mountains rolled in the fog,with thin snow.I feel chilly in the cold.The german officers command the wehrmacht troops who running into the offices with the reports,like a big military manoeuvre.
    The troops are laying in the snow and firing to the enemy.The troops isn't care about the flying whistle bullets.One officer drop down dead,another step into his position,looks like he know,but ignore the sense:the end is here."

    Pfeffer Wildenbruch intent about the breakout on this day,and the next day in the last moment he report the breakout to the High Command in his radio,in contempt of Hitler's will.
    "The consciousness that I am alive, makes me wild dreams every day"
    (Helmut Wolff lieutenant colonel, one who survived the breakout of Budapest)

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    11th of february 1945 17:50 pm

    The last radio message from the enclosed Budapest:


    "1. Our comestible is out,the last bullet is loaded.The defenders of Budapest have to choose the capitulation or the massacre without fight.We search a new support base with the last german units who can fight and soldiers from the hungarian army.
    2. After dark in 11th of february,I order the breakout. Please give a check around Szomor.
    3. Semaphore: green twice = proper forces. Password: Hindenburg-Hitler
    4. Forces:germans 23.900 (injured 9600);hungarians 20.000 (injured 2000);civilians 80-100.000


    After the message the staff blasted the radio,to nobody can turn back the operation.
    Last edited by imi; 03-19-2011 at 07:44 PM.
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    11th of february 1945 20:00 pm
    The first wave make a move.
    First step:In the right side the XIII. Armoured Division,on the left side 8th Florian Geyer Waffen SS cavalry
    Second step:22. Maria Theresia Waffen SS cavalry and the Ferdherrnhalle Panzergrenadier Division with the hungarian army
    Third step:Injureds and staff,civilians
    The first wave infantry is standing in groups,every group has 30 person,and every group has a hungarian soldier who know the best way to get out from the city.
    The first wave got 8-12 different vehicles,Tigers and motorized and armored SS columns.
    (In the last moment Waffen SS Obergruppenführer Wildenbruch is choose another way to get out with Dörner Waffen SS Oberführer and with 500 Waffen SS policemen.)

    Memoirs of a soldier at the first wave

    "Suddenly soldiers running from every way on the road.Another grenade blast.Everybody get down in the dark and hiding at the entrance of the nearest buildings.The peoples hustle kicking each other like animals.
    Now we're rushing on the opened square under the firing machineguns and submachineguns and blasting grenades,fire everywhere.There is no time to think.In a front of me a wrecked firing tank,and a soviet cannon which shoot into the running mass again and again.
    Every hit bullseye.
    Corpse mountains everywhere"

    The russians start to playing from their speakers the well known song hit: "You can't escape..."
    Last edited by imi; 03-19-2011 at 07:07 PM.
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    The map of the breakout
    http://oi54.tinypic.com/14d3o0j.jpg
    (Red:Soviet forces,Blue German Hungarian forces)
    Katalin Karády - You can't escape
    "The consciousness that I am alive, makes me wild dreams every day"
    (Helmut Wolff lieutenant colonel, one who survived the breakout of Budapest)

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    Memoirs from a medic at the second wave

    "In every doorway injureds laying.
    Moaning,profane words,praying:
    "Kamerad please shoot me down please...you isn't have heart?!?The pistol is right here on the ground.Please shoot me down.I don't do the stuff,both of my hands are break away..."
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    Memoirs of a soldier from the second wave

    "Relatively quiet.I hear only the jarring of the burning vehicles and the injureds soft voices.Injured german soldiers laying on the grounds and ask for cigarettes to abate they suffering.They tell me,the breakout of them are failed and they seen many dead."

    Memoirs of a officer from the first wave

    "There is many dead on the road and the sidewalk.My soldiers isn't move any further now.
    We're going into a yard,of a house.
    By misadventure,a few officer coming in a few minutes later.
    I injured and I have strong pains.
    A german first lieutnant medic is coming,and set up my wound.
    Injured SS officer lurch into the yard:
    - "they hit me,I finish this off."
    - "Where are you come from?" - I ask him.
    - 'The side street from the left.The russians close all way down,my 30 mens are falled or injured."
    He commit suicide with his sidearm."
    Last edited by imi; 03-19-2011 at 07:34 PM.
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    Meanwhile Wildenbruch SS obergruppenführer is on his way with Dörner SS Oberführer,and the 500 Waffen SS policemen and some hungarian units who protect the obergruppenführer,under the underground canal,called "Devils Ditch" (Ördög Árok)

    Memoirs of a soldier from the Wildenbruch group

    "I've receive a complete spare rib,2 kg of sugar,2 bread,rice,salami,butter,and a gourd of snifter.We're moving under the lights of signal rockets,artillery fire,and blasting mines to the entrance of the canal.The canal entrance is about 1 meter wide,and the canal is 3x3 meter circle round,and 40 cm deep.Fortunately we have some candle to make some light in the canal or else we lost in this dark underground.Sometimes we moving under the openings,we can hear the embittered fightning noises from the top.I don't think the mountainers are moving slower than we are."

    The mass is pad up the water in the canal,the backpacks are getting heavy,many soldier drop of his backpack into the water,and someones bored from the stumbling and get out from the canal.

    Memoirs from a soldier from the Wildenbruch group

    "The drift of the water is bring different things:fightning gear,helmets,gourd,handgrenade,panzerfaust and a female corpse.I don't know the woman how get into here but she looks like from the upper ten:around 40,blonde,crummy,fur coat,silkstockings with bright high heeled shoes.She hold her reticule fitful with his hands."
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    At daybreak Dörner Waffen SS oberführer who is the leader of the escaping group,are out from the canal but they must turn back because the russians discover the moving group and make strong artillery fire on the exit side.
    Obergruppenführer Wildenbruch is come away from the escaping group and choose another way and get out from the canals with 10-15 Waffen SS soldier,getaway and hide in a high class house in Budakeszi.
    Dörner SS oberführer staying in the canals and killed in action.

    The russians discover the obergruppenführer and his staff in the forenoons.
    After a short battle around the house,the russians set up a 45mm cannon in front of the house and send into the house a civilian who speak german,to surrender the Waffen SS commander.

    The answer was accept if:
    1. The russians isn't kill someone
    2. At least a major ranked officer taken the commander and his group to being a POW

    3. A major of the Red Army write a paper from this action

    The russians accept the german appeal and the commander of Budapest taken be a Prisoner Of War.
    Last edited by imi; 03-20-2011 at 10:44 AM.
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    Helmut Dörner (right)
    Waffen SS oberführer,leader of a Kampfgruppe in the 4. SS-Polizei-Panzergrenadier-Division

    http://www.ww2incolor.com/d/47672-6/...d__rnerhungary
    Last edited by imi; 03-20-2011 at 10:37 AM.
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    Memoirs of a soldier from the canals of the Devils Ditch
    "The commanders and the officers are fade out.Where they going? No one knows.
    Just us in the canal and a few hundred desperate german soldier.
    The exit on the top of the ladder was a death trap,soviet snipers watching the caps of the canal,many dead laying around the opening beyond us,who try to get out.The german soldiers try to crawl in a small tunnel.When around 100 german vanished into the tunnel,the water spilling out.
    Suddenly gruesome howling,and the germans turn back from the small tunnel completely drenched.The reason is to the runaway,the germans saw a small light on the other side of the tunnel,and they think that was a light of a russian flamethower.The german soldiers disappearing in a few seconds from the place."

    The stress slowly overcome on the germans,many of them even more choosing suicide,like 26 SS soldier in a garden of a house,at the downtown.
    "The consciousness that I am alive, makes me wild dreams every day"
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    The closed escaping units is break up in the city to a lot of bigger group.Many breach spring up on the Soviet circle,a few escaping group get across the Soviet lines.

    Memoirs from a officer from the Billnitzer group
    "With gaffer Bill (Billnitzer lieutenant general) we set forth to the mountains.The snow was 20 cm deep somewhere,fog sit down between the valleys.We're enter a woody area the fog getting stronger.Seven impassive and whiskery SS troop with submachine guns lead the unforesseable mass behind us civilians,soldiers,kids,womans injureds on carts trod the snow."
    "The consciousness that I am alive, makes me wild dreams every day"
    (Helmut Wolff lieutenant colonel, one who survived the breakout of Budapest)

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    Remembering of a civilian
    "Around 02:00 am we're get on a highway,there we seen many abandoned cart,cars,cannons and horses.The trucks pack up with ammunition.We seen many executed civilians at multifarious truck column.We're get to a pile,there is many german soldier rest and the remains of the Winter group:8 undergrad student.Now at least 600 person in the group.
    After a short appointment we head on the woody area in the deep snow.
    At daybreak the russians firing us from the houses with machineguns and mortars at the mountains.
    The group is move along two soviet Sturmovik fighter plane come up and shoot along the mass.
    Many dead and injured also a german major general,and a major also.
    After dark around 6:00 pm the group stopped if someone have food that eat it.
    At midnight we arrived to a extermination area,we try to sleep near the pile of the cutted lumbers.
    We haven't got blankets the strong sleet leach our clothes what getting frozen,after a two hour rest we must to set out."

    A few german supply plane drop down some foodstuff and supply in tanks to help the escaping groups,but only one or two arrived to own lines.
    "The consciousness that I am alive, makes me wild dreams every day"
    (Helmut Wolff lieutenant colonel, one who survived the breakout of Budapest)

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    Memoirs of a civilian
    "The group move along with suffering.We spot some bread supply carts.The mass is going mad and start fight for the breads.
    Horrible scenery: two own group shoot each other with pistols.
    Some wilder clear off from the carts loading with breads,injureds and deads laying at the empty carts and mute horses."
    "The consciousness that I am alive, makes me wild dreams every day"
    (Helmut Wolff lieutenant colonel, one who survived the breakout of Budapest)

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    Memoirs of a soldier from the Flügel group
    "The germans who move along before us rashly stoped,we move on to see what's happened:
    Flügel obersturmbannführer laying on the snow and shouting:enough from this insanity,he won't take another step,anything is useless etc.His mens just staying around him..."
    Last edited by imi; 03-21-2011 at 04:58 PM.
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    Memoirs of a soldier from the Wolff group
    "Once at the front of the group hasty shooting starting,a lieutenant and a few machinegunner go forth,meanwhile the whole mass turning back from the front.A few brave guy going to the front into the fog.We hear the sound of our Mg42 during the russian machinegun rounds,but a few grenades blast making quiet.After all we can go back to the front."
    "The consciousness that I am alive, makes me wild dreams every day"
    (Helmut Wolff lieutenant colonel, one who survived the breakout of Budapest)

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