The Hungarian Corridor / Warso 1944

The Warsaw Uprising began on August 1, 1944.  Berlin immediately ordered the 2nd Hungarian Reserve Army, then returning from the eastern front, to surround the Polish capital. The 30,000 strong Hungarian army deceived their military ally and provided significant support in the form of ammunition, weapons, food and medicine to the Home Army and even opened a corridor through their lines to allow more Polish civilian and military forces to enter Warsaw.

Directed by: Jamrik Levente
Produced by: Törköly Róbert, Détári Géza


Documentum Film * 2016 * color * 50min  Tuesday 14 5:00pm  Laemmle’s Monica Film Center




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