[UnitList] Hungary

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Hungary was holding on to the war right to the end. They were Germany’s closest ally in Europe, and Germans shared quite a bit of equipment with them, as well as sold them licenses to build some more.
Some other equipment models were shared with Italians for various reasons - some were WW1 relics ingerited by both and others were purshased from the same sources.
There also was cooperation with Sweden in tank development, with 38M tank and 40M SP AA being of Swedish origin.

Infantry model: based on German, with uniform recolored to more greenish-brown color, like this: uniforma-army.ru/img/vengr26_44.jpg
Helmet type was German one.

Small arms
Rifle: 35M en.wikipedia.org/wiki/35M_rifle
Pistol: 37M en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F%C3%89G_37M_Pistol
SMG: 43M Danuvia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danuvia_4 … achine_gun
LMG/HMG: 31M (closely related to German MG34, MG42)
AT rifle: Solothurn S-18/100
AT rocket: German equipment available

Warning: Hungarian 20mm tank gun is actually a Solothurn AT rifle. It is NOT a full-auto gun! Affected units: Csaba, any boats with Csaba turret, Toldi II.

Armored car:
39M Csaba armor.kiev.ua/Tanks/WWII/csaba/csaba_2.gif

Light tank:
38M Toldi II (20mm gun)
38M Toldi IIA (40mm gun) armor.kiev.ua/Tanks/WWII/toldi/toldi_12.png

Medium tank:
40M Turan I (40 mm gun, up to 60mm front armor) aviarmor.net/tww2/photo/hung … ran_3v.jpg
41M Turan II (short 75mm gun, same body) aviarmor.net/tww2/photo/hung … draw_1.jpg
43M Turan III (long 75mm gun, prototype only)

Heavy tank:
44M Tas (long 75mm gun, up to 120mm front armor) - only 1 built freedom.hu/IIvh/Fegyverek/Ma … ok/Tas.gif

Assault gun:
43M Zrinyi II (105mm howitzer) forum.warthunder.com/uploads/mon … 121404.jpg

Tank destroyer:
43M Zrinyi I (long 75mm) - prototype
German Hetzer?

Self-propelled AA:
40M Nimrod (40mm AA gun = bofors) forum.warthunder.com/uploads/mon … 119892.jpg
Was designed as a combined AA / tank destroyer (as much as that is possible with 40mm gun), would need AP shells maybe?

SdKfz 251

Various other German equipment was also available, such as Pz.IV, Hetzer, Stug and even Tiger.

38M Botond 6x4 truck botondveteran.hu/botond.html

AA: bofors 40mm
light AT:
40M 40mm (derived from German PaK-35/36)
47 mm Model 1931 anti-tank gun en.wikipedia.org/wiki/47_mm_Mod … i-tank_gun (ex-Belgian guns transferred to Hungary by Germans)
AT: 75mm 40M AT gun (local designation for PaK40)
field gun:
5/8M 80mm (actually 3") en.wikipedia.org/wiki/8_cm_FK_M._5
18M 80mm (3", 8cm FK M18 from WW1 era)
howitzer: 37M 105mm (German leFH18)
long-range gun: Bofors 105mm gun M27
Medium gun tractor: SdKfz 11
Heavy gun Tractor: Italian Breda 32

juniorgeneral.org/donated/20 … 5/hun3.png
juniorgeneral.org/donated/20 … 5/hun2.png

German guns available to replace anything which seems too weak

Radar: some kind of FREYA. There was a domestic product named SAS, but it wasn’t common.

air scout: Weiss WM-21 SOLYOM
light fighter: Hejja II (derived from ITA Re2000, 2x12.7mm MG)
heavy fighter: Bf.109g (license-built locally)
Dive bomber/tank hunter: Me.210Ca-1 (built locally with small changes compared to German model)

hajoregiszter.hu/forrasok/ma … laszlo/444

Also various German equipment:
AFP for fire support
MFP for tank transport

Looks like 31M was not often used with a tripod, so it goes into straight LMG role, and 7M Schwarzlose becomes the HMG. This is quite like Maxim/Vickers and comes from the same pre-WW1 era.