Honvedseg


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Hon´ved`seg`


n.1.(Hungary) See Army organization, above.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Dual Monarchy) and the creation of the Magyar Kiralyi Honvedseg (Royal Hungarian Army).
Finally the Hungarian Honvedseg, known in German as the K.
As a concession to Magyar demands, Hungary had its own army, the Honvedseg.
As was mentioned above, as a hotbed of Magyar nationalism, the Honvedseg exerted its independence by adopting a pistol with "national character"--the Frommer Stop Pistzoly (also known as the Pistzoly 12 M).
In 1912 the Honvedseg, the semiautonomous Hungarian branch of the armed forces of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, adopted the Frommer-Stop Pisztoly 12.M.
As an example, a Wn [eagle] 14 would indicate Wiener-Neustadt near Vienna in 1914 while Bp [crest] 11 means it was accepted by the Honvedseg in 1911 at Budapest.
Landwehr, consisting of all citizens, regardless of ethnicity, who resided in the Austrian part of the empire; and the Honvedseg (known in German as the K.
Finally, the Hungarian Honvedseg, known in German as the K.
As a concession to rising Hungarian nationalism, it was decided to allow the Honvedseg to officially use Hungarian language designations for arms and ammunition.