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Posted: December 02, 2011 06:04 pm
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Does anybody knows the owner of these pictures or if they appeared in any book? I need some high res scans for a future book.

(IMG:http://saved.im/mtg4mti5ctd1_vs/dosebi19.jpg) (IMG:http://saved.im/mtg4mti4azly_vs/5692.jpg) (IMG:http://saved.im/mtg4mtmwmhlx_vs/fotoflexer_photo.jpg)

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Posted: December 02, 2011 07:22 pm
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Never seen before in the romanian ww1 archive I have.
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Posted: December 02, 2011 07:44 pm
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The first one is from here, the second one from here and the third one from here. I am interested in the building appearing in the first 2 pics and the track in the third one. I was not successful in contacting the owners and I thought maybe someone here knows them.
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Posted: December 02, 2011 08:09 pm
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The first pic isn't it the famous "transeea mortii" from Brasov, but taken from another angle? The legend on the bottom of it made me supose is about this place, unapropiatelly called "transee", because such never exist on that spot, romanian soldiers being machine guned near the railway.
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Posted: December 02, 2011 09:20 pm
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Yes it is. All three are from 1916, close to that event. Old pictures from this part of Brasov are quite rare and the building I'm interested in was a tramway depot. The third picture shows the pavement model around the tramway track.
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Posted: December 05, 2011 03:06 pm
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The second picture is taken on "Melcilor" hill in Brasov.
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Posted: December 05, 2011 06:00 pm
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QUOTE (ANDI @ December 05, 2011 03:06 pm)
The second picture is taken on "Melcilor" hill in Brasov.

no no...it's the hill in Bartolomeu area corner with Lunga street. You can see in the picture the curch on Lunga street(from there the hungarian soldiers open fire on romanian troops)

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Posted: December 06, 2011 09:57 pm
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The sepia image (2nd) is from an album found by Mr. Péter Molnos in Budapest:

"I have discovered a photo album of the First World War in the Ecseri Flee Market, which is supposed to be prepared by László Vitályos, a military engineer who was later appointed captain. The album offers a glimpse of the campaign in Transylvania, Slovakia, Ukraine and in Montenegro.
There are more than 180 photos depicting landscapes of Brasov, Făgăraş, Predeal, Iwangorod, Kissel, Prużany, Kattaro, Castelnuovo, Tyrana and Scutari, civilians and soldiers from Hungary, Rumania, Slovakia, Russia, and Montenegro, catching snapshots of bloody battles and quiet weekdays. We can witness László Mednyánszky playing chess in his quarters in Gorodiste, King Karl of Austria on the streets of Brasov, and Archduke Friedrich in Predeal. The following compilation shows all the photos appearing in the album."


Does anybody know him or how could I contact him?
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Posted: July 06, 2012 09:13 pm
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ww1 foto
"Foto Rembrandt Jassy"

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Can anyone help me with some infos about the man in picture?

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Posted: July 08, 2012 11:27 am
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Foto Rembrandt Jassy

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and ww1 medic from Brasov, russian fotograph.

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Posted: November 18, 2012 01:13 pm
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Any chance we can identify any of the individuals, military units or weapon? Unfortunately the photo is glued on a support board, I doubt that we can recover what it says on the back, without destroying it.

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Posted: November 18, 2012 05:43 pm
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Almost all of them wear the romanian grey-blue M.1916 officer's tunic, one of them (last row, standing, 3rd from right) wears the romanian grey-blue M.1916 troops and NCO's tunic, the ones that wear the more dark uniforms wear the khaki M.1921 officer's tunic, they served with different weapons, but the ones that have the ”two crossed cannons” emblem on their ”capelă” served with the artillery troops. If the photo is yours post some close-ups maybe is there more to see ... :)
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Posted: November 23, 2012 12:53 pm
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Posted: August 06, 2013 02:26 pm
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Posted: August 08, 2013 07:11 am
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QUOTE (21 inf @ October 05, 2008 05:03 am)
Romanian troops entering Arad, probably in 1919.

(IMG:http://img371.imageshack.us/img371/7407/ww1aradpr7.jpg)

source: flickr

99% certain they are in Oradea

a more recent photo of the building in the back (http://www.lego.rdsor.ro/oradea/bibliotc.jpg)
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