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Aurél Stromfeld in 1919

Aurél Stromfeld (September 19, 1878, Budapest – October 10, 1927) was a Hungarian general, commander-in-chief of the Hungarian Red Army during the Hungarian Soviet Republic. He had a major role in pressing back the Czech and Hungarian–Romanian War of 1919 forces invading the Northern and Eastern territories of Hungary, but he resigned after the acceptance of Clemenceau's proposition of Hungary's new borders.

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