History links for the Hungarian conflicts (Full Version)

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HussarGames -> History links for the Hungarian conflicts (11/16/2006 3:34:47 PM)

There are very few English sources on the Hungarian conflicts in For Liberty! and 1848, so I am adding a few links for those who want to learn more about them.

Military history of Hungary

Rakoczi Independence War (For Liberty! Hungarian theater)

Biography of Francis II Rakoczi with a long section on the Uprising


A short history written by our in-house historian Peter Limpar:


KG Erwin -> RE: History links for the Hungarian conflicts (12/26/2006 2:00:10 AM)

Here's another one, which is a chapter in a complete online book: http://www.hungarian-history.hu/lib/thou/thou09.htm

AlvinS -> RE: History links for the Hungarian conflicts (12/26/2006 3:22:22 AM)


This is very helpful in learning about this war. The game is very good.

KG Erwin -> RE: History links for the Hungarian conflicts (1/21/2009 11:40:35 PM)

Here's the digitized version of an 1859 book written by Otto Wenkstern called "History of the War in Hungary in 1848 and 1849" : http://mek.oszk.hu/04900/04962/

The page is in Hungarian, but the book is in English, and it is a downloadable PDF file.

Here is a page which lists various online books, including autobiographies of Gorgei and Klapka: http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=%22Hungary%20--%20History%20Uprising%20of%201848-1849%22

User1988 -> RE: History links for the Hungarian conflicts (12/1/2016 8:48:54 AM)

I'm curious if anybody can help me. I noticed towns that aren't populated in majority by ethnic Hungarian tend to rebel when there's no garrison left. My question is: which towns will never rebel for Hungary/Austria in 1848 and For Liberty?

Another question: Is there anything special about towns in Wallachia and Moldavia? I noticed Hungary can capture them, unlike Ottoman Belgrade.

I also noticed 2 mistakes:
Botosani (Botoşani) wasn't a Austrian town and was never part of the empire, it should be occupied by Russia at the time.
Brassó (Braşov) should be a large city. It had 21.782 inhabitants in 1850 according to the Romanian wiki while Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca) had only 19.612.

EDIT: actually noticed that in For Liberty! the towns show their base loyalty but I never saw it for 1848. Does anybody know where the loyalty can be seen in 1848?

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