Hungarians in the American Civil War
Lulu.com, 2012 - 66 oldal
Originally published in an obscure magazine, this extended article gives us the most complete picture we have of ethnic Hungarian participation in the American Civil War. It includes 61 short biographies of officers, illustrations, anecdotes and incidents from the war, and statistics and incidental information. The author well demonstrates the point that a tiny handful of immigrants produced a significant portion of Union leadership, all out of proportion to their population. This is not a facsimile reprint but a completely new typeset and designed volume.
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1st Fla 1st lt 2d lt 39th N. Y. Inf 4th U. S. Colored 82d U. S. Colored aide-de-camp Aleppo Alexander Asboth American appointed April Arlington National Cemetery Army Corps Artillery Asbóth Austro-Italian War battle Born breveted breveted brig.-gen brigade captured Cavalry Civil colonel command Confederate Died District of West Edwin Lawrence Godkin engineers enlisted exiles Fiala Figyelmessy Fremont Fremont's staff gallant and meritorious Garibaldi Guard George Luther Stearns German Gustave Wagner honor Honvéd Army Honvéd officer Hungarian hussar Hungarian Legion Hungarian officers Hungary Hunter Hussars Julian Kuné July Kossuth in Kutahia Kufstein Lieut lieutenant Lincoln Riflemen Louis Kossuth Lt.-col major Majthényi McClellan meritorious service Mihalóczy military Missouri mustered out Jan mustered out Sept number of Hungarians Ohio Inf organized refugees regiment resigned June Rombauer Seward soldiers Springfield Stahel U. S. Consul Union Army United UTASSY West Florida York Zágonyi Zerdahelyi