Kerajaan Hongaria (1920–1946): Perbedaan revisi

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Pada Tahun 1940, Kerajaan Hongaria menandatangani Pakta Tripartit dan dengan begitu masuk ke [[Blok Poros]] dan memaksa Wilayah Transylvania yang ditaklukan Romania untuk di kembalikan ke Hongaria. Pemimpin Jerman [[Führer]] [[Adolf Hitler]] dan Rezim Nazi memantumembantu Hongaria mengambil wilayah tersebut dalam [[Penghargaan Viena Kedua]]. HitlerSebagai demandedbalasannya thatHitler thememinta Hungarian governmentHongaria followmembantu Germany’sKebutuhan militaryPerang andJerman racialdan agendaKebijakan Rasial toJerman avoiduntuk potentialmenghindari conflictKonflik indi theMasa futureDepan. Anti-Semitism was already an established political cause by the far-right in Hungary. In 1944, after the ousting of Horthy by Hitler and the installation of the National-Socialist Arrow Cross party, the Hungarian government readily aided Nazi Germany in the deportation of hundreds of thousands of Jews to concentration camps during the [[Holocaust]], where most of them died.{{Citation needed|date=November 2011}}
 
In April 1941, Hungary joined Germany and Italy in the [[invasion of Yugoslavia]]. Hungary was allowed to annex the [[Bačka]] (Bácska) region in [[Vojvodina]], which had a relative majority of Hungarians, as well as the regions of [[Prekmurje]] and [[Medjimurje]], which had large [[Slovenes|Slovenian]] and [[Croats|Croatian]] majorities, respectively. Its ambitions regarding Croatia were halted by the creation of the [[Independent State of Croatia]] and Nazi Germany’s alliance with the [[Kingdom of Romania]] against the [[Soviet Union]].
 
On 27 June 1941, Hungary declared war against the [[Soviet Union]]. Fearing a potential turn of support to the Romanians, the Hungarian government sent armed forces to support the German war effort during [[Operation Barbarossa]]. This support cost the Hungarians dearly. The entire [[Hungarian Second Army]] was lost during the [[Battle of Stalingrad]].
 
[[File:Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-244-2306-15, Ostfront, Rückzug ungarischer Truppen.jpg|thumb|left|250px|Hungarian armor and infantry in retreat, August 1944.]]
By early 1944, with [[Soviet Union|Soviet]] forces fast advancing from the east, Hungary was caught attempting to contact the [[United Kingdom|British]] and the [[United States|Americans]] to secretly switch sides. On 19 March 1944, the Germans responded by invading Hungary in [[Operation Margarethe]]. German forces occupied key locations to ensure Hungarian loyalty. They placed Horthy under [[house arrest]] and replaced Prime Minister [[Miklós Kállay]] with a more pliable successor. [[Döme Sztójay]], an avid supporter of the Nazis, became the new [[List of Prime Ministers of Hungary|Hungarian Prime Minister]]. Sztójay governed with the aid of a Nazi Military Governor, [[Edmund Veesenmayer]].
 
By October of the same year, the Hungarians were again caught trying to switch sides, and the Germans launched [[Operation Panzerfaust]]. They replaced Horthy with [[Arrow Cross Party|Arrow Cross]] leader [[Ferenc Szálasi]]. A new pro-German "[[Government of National Unity (Hungary)|Government of National Unity]]" was proclaimed, and it continued the war on the side of the Axis. Szálasi did not replace Horthy as Regent, but was appointed as the "Nationleader" (''Nemzetvezető'') and Prime Minister of the new Hungarian Fascist regime.
 
On 21 December 1944, a Hungarian "Interim Assembly" met in [[Debrecen]], with the approval of the [[Soviet Union]]. This assembly elected an interim counter-government headed by [[Béla Miklós]], the former commander of the [[Hungarian First Army]]. At the end of March 1945, Szálasi's regime was driven out of Hungary.<ref>Stanley G. Payne, [https://books.google.com/books?id=9wHNrF7nFecC&pg=PA420&dq=szalasi+work+habit+was+poor&cd=1#v=onepage&q&f=false ''A History of Fascism, 1914-1945''], Routledge, 1996, page 420</ref>
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