An Austro-Hungarian officer reading a famous Italian war bonds poster in the captured Italian town Udine, November 1917.
Tschako für Rittmeister kaiserlich und königlich.
Kaiserliche und Königliche Feldpost
Austro Hungarian Uniforms 1890s.
Austro-Hungarian Officers from the technical company of the k.u.k Infantry Regiment Nr. 32 on the Italian Front in 1918.
Uhlan 6º Capitán Hans Schönbichler. kk Landwehr
The military postcard from Austro-Hungarian Armee is completely covered with
pre-printed words. In nine of the languages of the Austro-Hungarian
Empire – German, Hungarian, Czech, Polish, Ukrainian, Italian,
Slovenian, Croatian and Romanian – the words warn a sender not to
blemish the mosaic of themselves by adding even one word more.
Austro-Hungarian sniper with the Mannlicher M1895
Pseudo-Functionalism at it’s best.
Austro-Hungarian Army (KuK) individual armored suit.
Captain Benel, Commander, 4.Armeekommando – (Austro-Hungarian)