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Posted: August 11, 2012 05:31 pm
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Could be, or could be not. :) But knowing the spirit of the guy I know you will ask, who knows? :D
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Posted: August 12, 2012 10:55 am
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21inf, I already asked but not yet received any answer! He is asking his family, as he personally knows nothing about it! As soon as I will know something I will post!
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Posted: June 14, 2021 09:48 am
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Vladivostok, 15 nov. 1918
https://lot1959.livejournal.com/95242.html

The Author : On 11 nov. 1918 was signed The Armistice of Compienge who ended WW1.
Since 29 june 1918 Vladivostok was under Allies control.
On 15 nov. 1918 in Vladivostok a parade of allied troops took place in honor of the Armistice.
The Romanians
From the POWs of Camps of Siberia and Far-East were formed a series of Corps, Ā«iron legionsĀ» and others... Were also units of polish, serbians, romanians, etc.
Until mid-1919, all these ethnic formations wore Russian uniforms with their own insignia, therefore, it is sometimes very difficult to determine from a photo which nationalities certain servicemen belong to.
It happens that the photos are incorrectly signed.
There are two photos with romanians :

(IMG:https://i.imgur.com/AMWWjCn.jpg)

(IMG:https://i.imgur.com/NupHM6k.jpg)

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Posted: June 18, 2021 04:10 am
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It was found here (in fact, a czeh website) :

https://lot1959.livejournal.com/178646.html

Armored train of the romanian division (2,000 men under col. Kadlec) who was in action on the (Trans-Siberian) railway, near station (Ust-) Kut.
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