New Twist to an Old Riddle: The Bombing of Kassa (Kosice), June 26, 1941

  title={New Twist to an Old Riddle: The Bombing of Kassa (Kosice), June 26, 1941},
  author={N. F. Dreisziger},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  pages={232 - 242}
One of the most intriguing incidents of modern Hungarian history is the air raid against what was then northeastern Hungary on June 26, 1941, four days after the launching of Operation Barbarossa. In the early afternoon of that day unidentified aircraft strafed targets in Sub-Carpathia and bombed the provincial center of Kassa (the present-day Kosice) located near the Hungarian-Slovak border of 1941. Since the incident climaxed a series of developments which led to the decision of the Hungarian… Expand
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the most likely explanation in a research paper I did years ago as a student, published later under the title Hungary's Way to World War II
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According to Borsanyi, the harassment of Hungarian rail transportation in eastern Sub-Carpathia by Soviet aircraft began as early as the twenty-third
  • 1965