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We have today Gábor Széplaki’s latest post on special troops’ insignia. In 1915, with Italy’s entry into the war on the side of the Entente powers, completely new front lines [ … ]
In the Roundtrip series, the regiment was already featured once, when I described Znaim, the city of the headquarters of the regiment cadre. Then I uploaded the plate badge showing [ … ]
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The structure of the KuK cavalry as seen at the beginning of the Great War was established after 1867. The three troop sorts (dragoons, uhlans and hussars) received their latest [ … ]
According to the inscription of the post card, it was the infantry regiment of the Eger Region. This area is located in Western Bohemia. During the Great War, this region [ … ]
This was a small-caliber artillery tool specially developed for trench warfare. His task was to destroy machine gun nests reinforced with sandbags and logs. Eliminating such strongholds with other available [ … ]
Several types of insignia were made for various infantry regiments. This gives me a chance to come back to some of them. This is also the case with the 44th, [ … ]
The 19th Infantry Regiment has appeared on the site several times. Therefore, in this post, I will not discuss his role in the war and his command. The reason why [ … ]
The 51st Infantry Regiment was part of the Transylvanian 35th Infantry Division throughout the Great War. They were active on the Russian front until May 1917, often assigned to German [ … ]