World Battlefronts: BATTLE OF GERMANY (SOUTH): New Vistas

Only in Hungary was the Red Army active, but there it was developing a program of action that sent shivers up Ger man spines from Vienna to Berlin. Although Budapest was still German, the Russian campaign had widened out.

First the Russians had swooped far to the south to cut the Tisa River line, moved up between the Tisa and the Dan ube to the southern outskirts of Budapest.

Then they seemed to stall in mud and German resistance. But eastward a new threat developed. The Russians broke across the middle Tisa south of Miskolc, piled northwestward in a drive that...

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