SHOW YOUR FAVORITE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN SOLDIERS PHOTOS

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SHOW YOUR FAVORITE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN SOLDIERS PHOTOS

Post by Richard D » 25 Jul 2005 19:07

HELLO PHOTO COLLECTORS,

I WAS WONDERING IF YOU WOULD BE SO KIND AS TO SHARE YOUR FAVORITE PHOTOS FROM YOUR COLLECTION?

PLEASE, DO AS I DO, AND SHARE YOUR BEST ITEMS!

THANKS,

RICHARD
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PHOTO 1

Post by Richard D » 25 Jul 2005 19:17

THIS IS A PHOTO OF A DRAGOON LEUTNANT TAKEN AROUND 1910.
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PHOTO 2

Post by Richard D » 25 Jul 2005 19:22

HERE IS ANOTHER ONE FROM MY COLLECTION SHOWING A "ONE YEAR VOLUNTEER" OF AN ARTILLERY REGIMENT. THE PHOTO MUST HAVE BEEN TAKEN PROBABLY AROUND THE TURN OF THE CENTURY.
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Post by maxxx » 25 Jul 2005 21:04

Neustadt a/t is in Bohemia, isnt it, Duchy of Friedland i think.

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Post by ReinhardH » 12 Dec 2005 09:43

Haven't posted pics here yet so I hope this works...
Here's a cut from a family portrait of one of my dad's grandfathers, the only photo I've seen of any of my relatives in uniform who served in WWI, all in the Austrian army. Most of his time in the military was spent in the Balkans, dealing with "Insurgenten". A rough fellow to say the least, and a strict disciplinarian when it came to raising his kids and grandkids. The little guy to his left is his son Josef, who turned out to be far rougher than his dad :)

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Post by Tosun Saral » 20 Feb 2006 13:53

Recently I found in an old book shop a memory book (1921-1923) of a Hungarian Officer with a photo of him. I understand that he was ordered to Turkey in 1922. I dont have any idea of him.
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