Note to reader: this Order of Battle accompanies a series of esssys by Jason Long about the Axis Allies during Barbarossa and is not official)
Jul I 41
2x 4-3-8* mot Inf X 1, 2
1x 5-4-8* Cav X 1
1x 3-4-8* Mtn X 1
1x 1-2-8* Bdr X 8
1x 1-8 Bicycle X 1 Hdsg
1x 1-8 Art X Karpat
1x 0-1-8 Eng II Karpat
1x 1-8 mot light AA X AA=3 Karpat
Sep I 41
2x 1-5 Sec X 121, 124
Replace: 1x 1-8 Bicycle X 1 Hdsg
Nov I 41
2x 1-5 Sec X 105, 108
1x 0-1-8 mot lt AA II AA=1 MC
Nov II 41
Return all initial forces to Hungary
Dec I 41
1x 1-5 Sec X 102
No replacement points are received. Special replacements generated by the loss of any initial force units are retained in Hungary itself and are unavailable to the Axis player. Special replacements for the units of the occupation force, namely the security brigades and the AA battalion, are handled normally
Only the motorized infantry brigades, the cavalry brigade, and the bicycle brigade of the initial forces may move east of the Dneister or north of the 3C:02xx hexrow (exclusive). Other units may move freely in weather zones C and D.
- The cavalry and motorized infantry brigades have ZOCs.
- With the exception of the bicycle brigade, the initial forces are fragile and may not be replaced in the context of Total War.
I decided against treating the cavalry and motorized infantry brigades as divisions based on the treatment of the Poles in FtF. A Hungarian cavalry brigade is actually marginally larger than their Polish or Romanian counterparts, but was not reclassified as a division, unlike the latter. These units are larger than normal brigades, but smaller than most divisions and you can justifiably argue in support of either classification.