Slavic text...so I would say Czech or maybe Polish?
Thanks for the translation..the seller did say Prague to me at the start of the sale...heres one of the High ranking officials...anyone put his face to a name....
Dam your good...thanks for that info...
Emil Hácha (Presiden Cekoslowakia)middle.. and Konstantin Freiherr von Neurath.far left (Reichsprotektor Bohemia dan Moravia)(this one is not my photo, found on web..
He was tried as a major war criminal in Nuremberg and sentenced to fifteen years imprisonment for his compliance and actions in the Nazi regime..Neurath was held as a war criminal in Spandau Prison until November 1954, when he was released and two years later died aged 83.....
Last edited by darrenj40; 06-22-2014 at 10:03 PM.
Both are in Czechoslovakia. Zavod means factory and Odevy clothing.
Just got a new set of photos, which I'll post later. But, I couldn't wait on this one because the plane identification is bugging me. Someone took a picture of this plane flying over some mountains from what I would assume is another of the same plane. Anyone know what this plane is? It has the iron cross on the side and a swastika on the tail, if that means it's military?
Edit: Is this a Klemm Kl 35?
2nd Edit: It is a KL 35. Here's another old image I found online of almost the same angle. The landing gear is different, but there are other photos online with the gear like my photo has.
That means this was very likely a picture taken during a Luftwaffe training session, as it turns out this is the plane they trained pilots in. And what lovely scenery for it.
A modern reconditioned one:
Last edited by avenger; 06-24-2014 at 01:48 AM.
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