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Military Records in Upper Hungary (Slovakia)

Document Examples: Kmenovy List and Award Citations

 

Thanks to Peter Nagy for providing all the material on this page.

 

1914 Kmenovy List (Personnel Sheet) Example

 

This example was obtained from the National Archives of Hungary

 

Click on the image for enlargement.

Language is Czech.  Would appreciate help with translation.

 

Soldier's name is "Bodog Urban", recorded as "Felix Urban", born 1893.

 

Peter Nagy has provided a translation of this soldier's Kmenovy List

 

Figure 1: Kmenovy List, page 1 of 3

 

Figure 2: Kmenovy List, page 2 of 3

 

Figure 3: Kmenovy List, page 3 of 3

 

1914 Military Citations record excerpt, Example

 

Language is German.

 

Figure 4: Military Citation Record Entry for Soldier "Bodog Urban", recorded as "Felix Urban"

 

Figure 5: Military Citation - Entire Page

 

Source:

Hadtörténelmi levéltár

WWI proposals for the private decorations

December 1914

Code: HL, #48338.

 

Military Citation:  Transcription of the German original

Charge und Truppenkörper

Von und Zuname Adelsgrad

Kriegs und Friedende- korationen

Waffentat

Dekoriert mit

1

2

3

4

5

K. ung. Honvéd Infanterie Regiment N°16

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Honvéd

55630

Bódog

Urbán

106

Bei einem Patrouillengange

gefangen genommen, ging

er aus der Gefangenschaft

durch, kehrte zu seiner Trup-

pe zurück und brachte über

den Feind pünktliche Nach-

richten.

S2

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Military Citation: Translation 

Rank and

unit

First name and surname

nobility rank

Military and peace decorations

The military action

Decorated with

1

2

3

4

5

K. ung. Honvéd Infanterie Regiment N°16

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Honvéd

(private)

55630

Bódog (=Felix)

Urbán

106

Captured during s patrol, escaped from the capture, returned to his unit and brought exact news about the enemy.

S2

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 Credit

Credit to Mr. Peter Nagy, Professional Genealogist, Samorin, Slovakia for his generous contribution of this material.

 

 

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