SOME OF THE PRISONERS HELD AT
SPECIAL CAMP 11
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NAME: altábornagy Jenö nemes halmaji Bor (Hungarian Army)
Major General noble Jeno Bor de Halmaji
See bottom of this page for note concerning "altábornagy"
Special thanks to Christopher/Kristóf Szabó for the following information:
 Note concerning "altábornagy"
In Hungarian names are written backwards, family name first. "nemes" means "noble." So, the whole name and rank works out as: "nemes halmaji Bor Jeno altábornagy." This would translate as: "Major General noble Jeno Bor de Halmaji" to be very exact. It is still correct if the word "noble" is left out, as the style "de Halmaji" (Of Halma") would be sufficient to show he was a noble. Also, Jeno is often translated "Eugene", but not advised, because it is not really the equivalent. Jeno is an old Magyar tribal name. The other side of that argument is that when Hungarians translate western forms of "Eugen, Eugene", they call the people "Jeno!" A good example would be Prince Eugene of Savoy, the famous 18th century general, whom they call "szavojai Jeno". 
 After 1 May
1944, the VIII Corps was no longer in existence, and after the re-named II.Reserve
Corps was brought home to Hungary it was disbanded and its units reassigned
or returned to unit, as the "Occupation Forces" no longer existed.
Source: Gosztonyi. Peter. A Magyar Honvédség a Második Világháborúban.Európa Könyvkiadó, Budapest, 1995. (The Hungarian Military in the Second World War) page 162
 Source: Veress. Dálnoki .L. Magyarország honvédelme a II világháború elott és alatt. (1920-1945)Danubia Drückerei. München 1974. (The Defence of Hungary Before and During the Second World War. 1920-1945. Volume I. page 13
 Bor's own biography
confirms that from "November 1944" he was the "Supply Representative" of the
Hungarian soldiers in Germany until the end of the war.