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Published on Sep 2, 2009
Magyar Gárda Hagyományőrző és Kulturális Egyesület (English: Hungarian Guard Association for Protection of Traditions and Culture) nationalist, paramilitary movement in Hungary. It was founded through an "oath of loyalty to Hungary" by its members in Buda Castle, Budapest, in August 2007.. They are backed by and developed out of the right-wing party, Jobbik.
The uniform is composed of black boots, black trousers with white shirt and black vest with the shape of a lion on its back and a coat of arms on the front, a shielded black cap and a red-white striped scarf. The Guard's coat of arms is based on that of Emeric of Hungary which features red-white horizontal stripes (aka. "Árpád-sáv") with 9 golden lions in 4 red stripes (3-3-2-1 lions per stripe).
The group itself claims to aim at "defending a physically, spiritually and intellectualy defenceless Hungary".