Identification Longshot/Talking Point 622

  Brumas 23:24 02 Mar 2012

Good Evening All.

Definitely the last one before I turn in. This is a GENUINE UNIDENTIFIED POSTCARD. What we need to know is , what is the nationality of the soldier? click here click here

Now I am definitely turning in, G'Night All.

  john bunyan 23:30 02 Mar 2012

E Europe - Russia, Poland?

  john bunyan 23:32 02 Mar 2012
  john bunyan 23:36 02 Mar 2012

I am sleepy Think it is a 1914 Russian junion army officer

  Quickbeam 00:42 03 Mar 2012

Looks like Omar Sharif to me.

  Picklefactory 01:28 03 Mar 2012

Language looks like Czech to me

  badhair1963 02:50 03 Mar 2012

Can't quite make out the language, but I'll go for either Czech or Polish.

  morddwyd 08:23 03 Mar 2012

Has the haughty look of the Austrian soldier when Austria was still a world power.

  heymin 15:54 03 Mar 2012

Difficult to read the writing but picked out "jeste nekdy" which translates as "ever" from the Czech language but many eastern European languages can be similar.

  Brumas 16:01 03 Mar 2012

heymin now we have something to go on.

  heymin 16:13 03 Mar 2012

If john bunyan is correct about the medal, is it possibly a member of the Czech Legion who fought with the Russians?

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