This page is continually updated.
The links will take you to many Hungarian related sites plus some sites that we hope may also be of general interest.
Our Poetry Memorial to the soldiers, sailors and airmen
of the First World War
Make online donations to the Poppy Appeal by clicking the link above
Visit the Help For Heroes website for information about fundraising and how you can make a donation.
Eastbourne Hungarian Society's website
The Tiger Monkey Motion Pictures Homepage
David Almasi's Gallery on deviantart.com
Military Modelcraft International Magazine
magazine by modellers for modellers!
THE HUNGARIAN TURAN TANK AND ITS VARIATIONS
Austro-Hungarian Land Forces 1848-1918
By Glenn Jewison & Jörg C. Steiner
WWW home pages in Hungary
This is a collection of links to everything from Hungarian government departments to museums and commercial sites.
The homepage of the Hungarian War Museum in Budapest's Castle District.
A THOUSAND YEARS OF THE HUNGARIAN ART OF WAR
Anthony Tihamer Komjathy
Online resources for the 1848-49 Hungarian Revolution
THE HUNGARIAN REVOLT
October 23 - November 4 1956
by Richard Lettis and William I. Morris
THE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN ARMY 1914-18
FOR COLLECTORS OF ITS POSTAL ITEMS
by John Dixon-Nuttall
THE HUNGARIANS IN BARBAROSSA
by Jason Long
Biography of Raul Wallenberg telling how he saved the lives
of thousands of Hungarian Jews during WW2
World War II Armed Forces Orders of Battle and Organizations
Royal Hugarian Army
Magyar Király Honvédség
Sturmvogel: WW2 German and Axis Air Forces
By Jason Long
The Russian Campaign 1941-1945
A photo-diary by Otto Willnaur
The Classic Hearse Register is a site that offers information for hearse and limousine owners and enthusiasts. For a very reasonable subscription you can become a member and receive the excellent newsletter " The Mourning News"
Xenon Labs' Universal Currency Converter is a great, easy to use site.
The site of Stephen Middleton's 'Stately Trains' collection. A unique group of historic railway coaches now in preservation.
Lists and information about the Kitmaster models later produced by Airfix & Dapol.
A collectors site dedicated to motor vehicle plates in their many forms.
The wonderful world of N scale model railways.
This site is dedicated to the world of narrow guage model railways,
Excellent historical site by Wilfried Braakhuis.
There is an easy to use index and a good WW2 links page.
Maelstrom games is a great site for all kinds of paints (including Valejo and Citadel)
plus a wide range of figures and vehicles. Their range includes several types of
small scale Hungarian armour. Excellent service and very competitive prices.
Classic Hornby 'O' Gauge and Dublo
Wonderful site for the Tri-ang collector
Police Memorabilia Collectors Club Homepage
Silent Studios: Rick Sharpe's excellent music
and poetry site and the place to purchase Rick's albums and listen to his demo tracks.
Bohemia Hobbies can offer Eastern and Central European books on a wide range of subjects specialising in transport. They are based in the UK and sell through with a fast and friendly service.
Krisztina Almasi-Tucknott's online photographic portfolio with the Royal Photographic Society.
half of the ARPAD team has her own website promoting her photographic
and artistic talents in a unique showcase.
With over 25 years of experience behind them, if
you are looking for project management you need look no further than Project-Too!
The Trianon Treaty
The echoes of World War 1 can still be heard in some parts of Europe. This site makes interesting, if uncomfortable reading.
Interesting site challenging attitudes towards mental illness.
ME/CFS/PVFS is a genuine and disabling illness, (as experienced by the other half of the ARPAD team). Visit the Association site
to find out more about this misunderstood syndrome.
Hungarian Miniatures 2009.
Important notice: The links provided on this page are provided for information and historical reference only. ARPAD has
no control over the content of external sites, and can take no responsibility for any offence caused by material displayed
on these sites. ARPAD is a non-political organisation, and does not necessarily support views and opinions expressed by the
owners of the sites listed above.