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these Russian soldiers wrote the history of the war on the Eastern Front

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Thessaloniki WWI, Serbian army.

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after the gas attack. 116 Russian soldiers were killed

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eastern front line.
Krevo. Polish fortress XIV-century.
In July 1917, the German defense - 3rd Landwehr Regiment , divisions -16.
from 19 to 21 July, the Russian artillery fired on the positions of the 16th Division.
first photo before the fight.
second photo after the fight.
sorry for the spelling.

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A few from my collection, mostly for the Welsh regiments, the SWB, the Welsh, and the RWF.

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Guys,

yesterdays finds that are WW1 related.

Like the third pic which is the reverse of the two patriotic cards, they are nicely marked. I think if the enemy captured your mail you would have a field day back then from an intelegence point of view.

Jock :)

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Hello Jock, a question if you don't mind: in the fith postal group, the third one is where Hitler appear?

Thanks.

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Boris,

I have no idea, it is just a few postcards for me, I don't really collect WW1 stuff unless I like the picture or markings etc. I doubt it is Hitler as they all tended to look a lot alike back then, at least to me anyway!

Regards

Jock :)

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Hello Jock, I think the german soldiers position in the post-card is typical to place better in the photo, I think there is one (photo, no postcard) With Hitler very like to this. I'll search in my archives that unfortunalety are not indexed.

Thanks

Boris

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Boris,

I have no system either!

Guys,

Some general interest cards from today with a box that was with them!

Don't like the boat much looks a bit 'rickity'!

Regards

Jock :)

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Hello Jock

Vey good details of soldier's life.

I have some coloured photos make by myself:

Of petain:

Sorry it is not my coloured Petain, I'ligo on searching:

In the meanwhile some post card reapired by me.

http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_06_2014/post-4508-0-02161200-1401999153.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_06_2014/post-4508-0-95175200-1401999180.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_06_2014/post-4508-0-49066400-1401999186.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_06_2014/post-4508-0-73795400-1401999223.jpg

For idexed I mean to make a data-base: But is difficult to be constant, here my data base of image medals:

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PC'S are great. keep em coming. this 2018 is the 100th. anniversary. none of us will see the 200th!! lest we forget?

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the picture of the rickety boat, it sure beats swimming!

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One I own, blank on the reverse. A decorated Belgian soldier, would be nice to know who he is: -

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