The National Front (Hungarian: Nemzeti Front, NF) was a far-right political party in Hungary during the late 1930s.
The party was formed in October 1936 by Ferenc Rajniss and János Salló. In the 1939 elections the NF won three seats. In 1939 they merged with the Christian National Socialist Front under the leadership of Károly Maróthy.
* Limit for parties to join the National Assembly in Hungary is 5 % of popular votes