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Royal Hungarian Honvéd
Mobile Corps / I Armored Corps
   later Budapest
   Constituted:    01.03.1940    as the Mobile Corps (see notes below)
   Activated:    05.04.1941     
   Inactivated    20.04.1941     
   Activated:    27.06.1941     
   Inactivated:    06.12.1941     
   Redesignated:    01.10.1942    as I Armored Corps
   Discontinued:    11.02.1945    dissolved
Commanding Officers:
   01.03.194001.02.1942    MG Béla Miklós
   [01.02.194201.04.1942]    position not filled
   01.04.194201.10.1942    BG Jérnö Major
   01.10.194215.09.1942    MG Lajos Veress
   15.09.194216.10.1944    MG Jérnö Major
   01.11.194411.02.1945    MG Ferenc Bisza
Mobile Corps Attachments:
   01.03.194005.04.1941    VKF (peace time garrison)
   05.04.194113.04.1941    Reserven, Third Army
   13.04.194120.04.1941    Third Army, XXXXI. Mot.AK.
   20.04.194127.06.1941    VKF (peace time garrison)
   27.06.194109.07.1941    Carpathian Army Group, VKL
   09.07.194119.07.1941    Reserven, Heeresgruppe Süd
   19.07.194112.08.1941    Gruppe Kempf, 17. Armee, Heeresgruppe Süd
   12.08.194112.09.1941    Gruppe Kempf, 1. Panzergruppe, Hgr. Süd
   12.09.194122.09.1941    Reserven, Heeresgruppe Süd
   22.09.194108.10.1941    Gruppe von Roques, Heeresgruppe Süd
   08.10.194112.10.1941    Reserven, Heeresgruppe Süd
   12.10.194115.11.1941    17. Armee, Heeresgruppe Süd
   06.11.194106.12.1941    Returned to Hungary
   06.12.194101.10.1942    VKF (peace time garrison)
I Armored Corps Attachments:
   01.10.194211.02.1945    VKF (peace time garrison)
Peace Time Organization to 1942:
   1st mot. Brigade
   2nd mot. Brigade
   1st Cavalry-Brigade
   2nd Cavalry-Brigade
   101 Traffic Control Company (mot)
Peace Time Organization 19421943:
   1st Armored Division
   2nd Armorted Division
   1st Cavalry Division
   I Armored Corps Signal Battalion
Peace Time Organization from 1943:
   1st Armored Division
   2nd Armorted Division
   I Armored Corps Signal Battalion
   101st Armored Train
The Mobile Corps was only a command echelon. It did not have a military district.
The I Armored Corps was a training and coordination command, and was not expected to take to the field.
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