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[There are no Hungarians in the Confederate Army]

The Illustrated London News, vol.41, no.1155, p.91.

July 19, 1862

There are no Hungarians in the Confederate army, while the number in the Union service is large. It is said that General Fremont, while at the West, sent his secret dispatches to Washington in Magyar, which was as good as cipher, since no person in the Confederate service knows the tongue.

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