Does anyone have any information about Magyar Löszermüvek out of Vesprem, Hungary? The only info I have is that they started producing ammunition in 1940 and that at some point (according to allied documents) the plant was moved to Lenzing, Kreis Vöcklabruck in Austria and that the director was Gabor Toht from Lenzing.
Also, I have P as a headstamp for Hirtenberger (http://www.cartridgecollectors.org/headstampcodes?page=headstampcodes#P), but I’m confused as to why they would use a P. Was it to make it look like it came from Polte Werke in Magdeburg? That doesn’t really make sense to me but I don’t know all the details of the restrictions placed on Austria at the time (though one would think it would be the same for Germany and they’d use another country, like they did with the AH stamp).
Here’s a clip with the P stamping in question (photo courtesy of Enfield56):
Any help is, as always, greatly appreciated.