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lokvar
Posted: February 07, 2016 04:17 pm
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Hello

I would like to ask if you could identifi this dog tag ...my friend find it in Slovenija.
Can you identifi ..WW1 or WW2?

(IMG:http://shrani.si/t/V/wq/3Izcgllr/dsc1056.jpg)

(IMG:http://shrani.si/t/1z/uL/2XazmxaX/dsc1055.jpg)

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ocoleanui
Posted: February 08, 2016 03:04 pm
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That is from WW1.
Regiment number 44 ,(maybe B 5 is batalion ?! ) .
And that is possible to bo from Romanian POW 's ...
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lokvar
Posted: February 08, 2016 03:07 pm
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Thank,s a lot. The dog tag was founded in Slovenija, on Isonzo front. Maybe some prisoner of war lose it.
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ocoleanui
Posted: February 09, 2016 02:30 pm
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Interesting is another think .In Branik (Slovenia ) are burried many romanian soldiers who fight in Isonzo battle . But the dog tag is probably from romanian pow,because 44 regiment not was on fight on Isonzo

http://trieste.mae.ro/gallery/1215#null

http://www.once.ro/cimitire/cimitire_rom_slovenia.php
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