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Gents,

A friend has just made his collection available on a new web site. The URL is http://www.nephadsereg.hu/index.htm I gurantee that if you visit Sandor Molnar's site you will be very impressed by the amount of information presented there. The site is in Hungarian but as Sandor said to me "The pictures are worth a visit." and he was certainly correct. Sandor has been very helpful to me with information on his area of specialization which is uniforms of the 1957-1991 period. Sandor speaks excellent English and I am sure he would be more than willing to answer any questions that you may have in his area of knowledge.

Regards,

Gordon

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Gents,

A new development for Sando's site. He is going to start working on an English translation and I will be helping him with it. I'll let you know when the English section is available. I will also be adding some of my uniform items to the site including the WWII stuff. There may also be a police section added at some time in the future.

Regards,

Gordon

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