Year 1944. The liberation of the Romanian territories from the Nazi occupation (especially that of North-Western Transylvania) ends on 25 October, with the Romanian army recovering the last occupied settlements (Carei and Satu Mare). The Romanian campaign continued with the liberation of Hungary, during which the main battle, the siege of Budapest (its capital), lasted from December 1944 to 13 February 1945. With the liberation of Hungary completed, the Romanian troops continued to advance in Slovakia and the Czech state, where, in the Tatra mountains the hardest battles took place.
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