Hungarian Parliament

Hungarian Parliament

The Siege of Budapest refers to the Soviet Union's takeover of the Hungarian capital city of Budapest towards the end of World War II in Europe. Part of the broader Budapest Offensive, the siege began when Budapest, defended by Hungarian and German troops, was first encircled on 29 December 1944 by the Red Army and the Romanian Army. The siege ended when the city unconditionally surrendered on 13 February 1945. It was a decisive victory for the Allies in their push towards Berlin.

DFS 230 glider, carrying supplies, having crashed into Attila út 35 or Attila út Budapest, Hungary, 4 Feb 1945

merry-go-around in the fun-fair (Budapest, about 1940)

merry-go-around in the fun-fair (Budapest, about

Budapest, 1960s when the M1 line's terminal was in the city park.

Budapest, when the line's terminal was in the city park.

1979. Ddob utca, Holló utca sarok.

1979. Ddob utca, Holló utca sarok.

1870 körül. A Nyugati pályaudvar helyén álló indóház

1870 körül. A Nyugati pályaudvar helyén álló indóház

Hungary

1958. Dísszemle április 4.

1958. Dísszemle április 4.

Bocskai út 134., Francia Magyar Pamutipar Rt. Pamutfonó és Cérnázógyár.

Bocskai út 134., Francia Magyar Pamutipar Rt. Pamutfonó és Cérnázógyár.

Budapesten régen ilyen wc bódék voltak.

Budapesten régen ilyen wc bódék voltak.

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