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Mittwoch, 29. Mai 2019 um 12:50
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Banknotes bearing this green arrow cross overprint are extremely rare. Pick not listed, but a Hungarian catalog book (Leányfalusi et. al.: A Pengő-Fillér Pénzrendszer) defines their value as 40-70 times more than that of the regular notes. (The Szálasi Government was very short-lived!)
Obverse: portrait of a young lady - a shepherd with his sheep
Reverse: a (married) couple, farmers
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The Arrow Cross Party "... was founded by Ferenc Szálasi in 1935 as the Party of National Will. It had its origins in the political philosophy of pro-German extremists such as Gyula Gömbös, who famously coined the term "national socialism" in the 1920s. The party was outlawed in 1937 but was reconstituted in 1939 as the Arrow Cross Party, and was said to be modeled fairly explicitly on the Nazi Party of Germany, although Szálasi often and harshly criticized the Nazi regime of Germany. The iconography of the party was clearly inspired by that of the Nazis; the Arrow Cross emblem was an ancient symbol of the Magyar tribes who settled Hungary, thereby suggesting the racial purity of the Hungarians in much the same way that the Nazi swastika was intended to allude to the racial purity of the Aryans.The Arrow Cross symbol also referred to the desire to nullify the Treaty of Trianon, and expand the Hungarian state in all cardinal directions towards the former borders of the Kingdom of Hungary." (from wikipedia.org)