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    Hi all. I have not posted in this section before so here goes I am basically trying to find out more information about these photo postcards that are part of my collection. I am pretty sure that the one of the two guys with writing on the back is Russian and I can see that it is dated 1911. The other one with writing on the back is the photo of the guy on horseback, although I am unsure what language this is.

    If anyone can give me any information about any of the photos in any way, such as period, nationality, arm of service etc, or offer any translations it would be greatly appreciated. Cheers
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    Text on the both postcards is not in Russian. It is Bulgarian language. 1911 is the year before 1st Balkan war (1912-1913). Bulgarians took part in the both Balkan wars.

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    Hey! Thanks very much. I had no idea

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    The second card. The curve translation from Google:

    "City Brezniky 10. IV.1936g*.
    Congratulations V. Christ!
    Pozdravlyaem know they shared their
    for spomeny of God's,
    a good and nice girl
    deserves this.

    Podpisy .....
    Neany bro vchedy
    ----------------------
    to Miss
    Bojana Dimitrova
    сity Gorna-Djumaya.


    *Easter in 1936. was April 12.

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