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    Memoirs from István Molnár University Assault Battalion student

    February 12, 1945

    "Late at night we left unchanged by the well-trained and well-informed leadership of German officers, covered with a snow-clearing we were next to a forest, well you could see approximately 4km in length straight 4-5000 troops advanced on the fly
    Directly at the foot of the peak of a Russian machine gun began firing at us again, but after we cast by the hundreds of machine gun shots in the firing ceased "
    "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 István Molnár University Assault Battalion student

    February 14th, 1945

    "At dawn crept through the calcareous mountains we approached in a farm field under Zsámbék wire fences without a shootout
    Zsambek from the Russians spotted us and started the shooting: first and later started a small armored vehicles also fired small arms at us
    A small ditch ran side of the field partial protection we crawled in and started crawling towards the Constitution

    Then Statute about the direction of (the waiting Germans broke out groups who have been around 2 km away) came under gunfire on us attacking Russians
    The Germans were not sustained gunfire so the Russians were closed around us in the ditch
    As anti tank weapons so we did not have all, and the armor in the Russian infantry and the tanks are all near and close us and so the only way was to surrender
    The time was about morning

    The first german surrender giving the German soldier was shot from behind by a German officer, and the officer was shot down by the Russians
    The weapons surrendered, leaving the ditch and then turned out to be one of only 50 people, I was alone hungarian the others all germans
    Later, from Kiskunfélegyháza take me trough Romania to the Sovjet union taken as prisoners of war "
    "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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    The cover of the Münchner Illustrierte Presse 13rd of february 1945
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    "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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    Gyula Elischer recollection of the reality of war, and will then return the access arrangements escape from captivity 1945

    As previously mentioned under the protection of the wounded Elischer Gyula Rosehill while the German soldiers deposed before the outbreak
    Left lung had to be remote, a nursing home was taken prisoner but given the fact that the party lacked lungs set free from the POW camp, and then it became a prisoner of war but escaped with two mates

    "I got my paper on which the dismissal of which I understood only a few words were written because the entire Russian
    When asked where I lived then I said that is because the city of Sopron near the Austrian border, and I knew then that I wanted to run away to the west
    After a few minutes at the gate I did not have to sign, and then the guard - made "davaj! davaj!" my journey injunction
    Along with two prisoners freed me well, they were both in uniform without insignia, one with the other arm elbow on one leg missing
    I wore an officer's uniform was a summer which also had no insignia
    It was a very hot day and we tried to quickly move away from the POW camp but unfortunately this is half my lung and the other half of my comrades very hard to move with one leg"
    The streets were empty, and the Communist posters were everywhere which really hurt us
    An old woman invited us in and offered us food while we noticed that sometimes a train going through the town, so we decided that we could go by train
    "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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    Gyula Elischer recollection of the reality of war, and will then return the access arrangements escape from captivity 1945

    "It was when we sat down at the train station in broad daylight on the platform was full of people who were sitting in the basket next to their luggage and waiting for the train
    A short time later a train arrived from Budapest, the Hungarian assembly was filled with prisoners who looked sadly out the window
    The first wagon jumped a few Russian soldiers and then panic because everyone knew at the station if you do not have the prescribed number of prisoners of war, the Russians immediately surfacing all the POW train civilians as "prisoners of war"
    Empty of people have left their luggage at all, just we stayed at the station in the station's three pillanatokonn
    A Russian soldier came up to us, one of my comrades thought he was dismissing paper of the show if it will be released but the Russian can not even read the paper but tore it up and threw at us and shouted at us as one of the wagon bags
    Shortly afterwards the train pulled out, and we could just focus immediately to escape
    The car had been oiled barrels of oil can be stored for the same fully penetrated the interior of the wagon
    One of my comrades and wearing boots with metal heels kicked the boards that are moved
    The other comrades who had sat across from us and gave it all played with his pipe, tobacco was not in but he continued to set fires to clear
    Little has been taken away from him struggle at the cost of the match but later calmed down and we discussed how we are going to burn a hole in the floor
    As we started to reject it burned the floor and looked through the hole, something that is at the bottom of the train ironwork small pieces
    The small fire did terrible smoke, so when the train stopped somewhere you had said we
    We calculated how much would burn out and kick the boards that a man wearing go out and we discussed the order in which we climb out of the bottom of the wagon
    Long hours passed in the night and it seemed to be abandoned our plan but then the wheels have started and stopped the train grate
    Quickly we all climbed out of the hole and started the assembly and two red lights at the end of the train and disappeared was getting smaller"
    "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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    Gyula Elischer recollection of the reality of war, and will then return the access arrangements escape from captivity 1945

    "We looked around we saw a dense forest on both sides
    I knew that first we have to go south, then west, a few hundred yards to the dense forest and rested in a clearing and then fell asleep
    The sun was high when we woke up hungry and thirsty and was full of dirt and oil on your skin and clothes too
    Little is our progress when we reached a small stream which was a beautiful clear water, we drank out of it washed our hands and our faces in it
    More and more, we stopped when we found edible berries but this time there were more than one day, that we did not eat anything
    One of my comrades went to look around for a long time, and all stayed away, I started to worry that we may be with her when we heard strange footsteps: as soon as we saw the comrades led a cow behind
    He sat down and said that in the vicinity and found a burned-out house in the vicinity of a cow grazing has brought, it has brought a carafe of the house
    We managed milked the cow was fun and had already started on the creek, where at times we stopped to rest and drink (the cows drank from the stream)
    The first week we spent close to the edge of the forest from which we could see the next mountain range that was completely flat and barren, I think it must have been a thousand years of Hungarian border
    I suspected that somewhere close to the fortified section of what we have built and I was hoping to find his house in the middle-aged farmer who was the helper and will have the chance to get re-Hungarian soil, the wall was about 15 kilometers targeted
    I knew that compared how far the train was built for sine, industrial jobs and so I was able to orient myself
    In the evening, we will slow down because the cow and we were thirsty and went back to the creek to drink
    Since we could not sleep and so on we proceeded, we found footprints
    Sometime in the afternoon found ourselves in a meadow where a few horses that had been in the village for myself what I targeted
    I went alone to the village to look for the master's house with whom he worked with at the time, until a fellow of the cows stayed on the meadow"
    "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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    Gyula Elischer recollection of the reality of war, and will then return the access arrangements escape from captivity 1945

    "I went to the village and knocked on the door of one house and a little girl opened the door and spoke Ukrainian, and then the grandmother who was recognized because he was the leader's wife
    "Lieutenant," exclaimed then brought a chair to sit
    After a few minutes, I asked if there are Russians in the area but it was not
    We went out into the back garden where there were fruit trees, apple picking up a recall and gave me this I knew it was going to help
    The sun began to go down when he arrived at the man he's met and repeated that "Lieutenant!" "Lieutenant!"
    Then we went back to the house also has the comrades, they offered us brandy is not what we adopted, we ate some bread, eggs, cheese and drank, while we told them that we were here
    The cow also brought him into the house and they are given, which delighted
    That night we slept there in the house
    In the morning we received some rice and then returned to your've tried to wash our clothes but without much success
    Came in with a young girl at breakfast who caught a baby in her arms, I got to know he was acquitted due to absence from work during pregnancy
    In our host went to the priest to ask him for advice, the priest advised him to take us to the nearest Hungarian village"

    Elischer Gyula eventually came home successfully followed by Austria, Germany and Denmark and he managed to establish himself in Australia
    "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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    A memorial plaque in the courtyard of the University Battalion in memory of soldiers killed in action
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    "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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    On 27 September 1996 the Military Museum inaugurated a memorial plaque in the courtyard of the University Battalion in memory of soldiers killed in action

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    1997 February 14, the anniversary of the outbreak of Budapest and the fall before the plaque commemorating Sándor Kiss, the University of Battalion First Company former commander with the words in memory of the heroic battalion for the fallen:

    "Comrades!
    We came to remember our struggle that has been lost and honor the heroic dead, carry the head in front, who lives in the most -fiatal - sacrifice for the homeland, our capitol
    Already the third week straight out of the fight when one of you relieving. I broke away from my flying unit, and you did it just takes one commander of the Battalion. And I welcomed me and stay with you. I loved you and I have not forsaken you never.
    Those of us who survived due to strange gods and fate destined to fight and belief we now commemorate the heroic dead once the status.
    They say you have students peacefully going to west of here and they've kept more choice the fight. Why?
    In those days holidays - when the country's territorial gains in moments of heart was beating together with the army - you were not even part of you. In the first months and years of the war, nor did it include the military reports ...
    After a breakaway attempt failed miserably when it was extreme peril of the country, the army's faith and trust is broken. Believe the voice of those that endure, we win!
    No you not believe you had nothing to anybody and did not believe in anything anymore. But they called you and you had to make a decision
    Half the country escaping. A revenge, robbery, violence incited bandit horde flooded most of the country and to billow approached the capital's destroying everything that was holy to us ...
    The "liberation" wailing survivors and to fear, the fear was the strongest voice could not be plugged into a tab on the front and with which we could not and we did not want to cooperate It was that final determination elkeseredésünkben weapon in our hands to protect our loved ones from the horrors
    Therefore you voluntarily undertaken to fight. We who have survived all this - now we remember and recall
    I have come to do heroic faith heroic stand
    I saw you in grenade fire, in the firefight, close combat is still confronting the enemy with flamethrowers and also saw the final desperate breakout assault time. I come from the same grenade got two silanes which took his young college student rushing past me soldier's life
    It had no part of you and decorations or celebrations. Only this small board you had to keep in the memory
    Respect for the memory of those who have been placed and for those who will keep this table
    I pray the same words as before in 1992. "Heroes corridor" in the Ludovica Air Academy, who died grade fellow plaque"

    "God of the Hungarians!
    Give it to be quite a heroic martyr and cadavers from
    Bless the Hungarians! That neither the enemy nor the Hungarian to hungarian do not attack ever again!"


    Sandor Kiss
    Former Hungarian royal flight lieutenant, a retired lieutenant colonel
    The siege of Budapest in the second half of the first century of the University Battalion commander
    Last edited by imi; 07-12-2015 at 04:05 PM.
    "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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