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I found these intresting vintage photos recently,
These were taken in north-east Italy during the ww1 ( I think in the last part of the war):

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Interesting pics. I'd like to know what the sign said hanging around the dead soldier's neck.
 

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Albacore, I think part of the sign says " I am Hungarian ". I know....another bad joke. Alb87, thanks for posting the cool pics.
 

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Interesting pics. I'd like to know what the sign said hanging around the dead soldier's neck.
The first line is in German, the second is Hungarian, the third is Czech, and the last line is either Italian or Piedmontese (language of Northwest Italy). I'm certain that the German, Hungarian and Italian say 'traitor against country'. I'd be willing to bet that vlast zradce is czech expressing the same sentiment. :)
 

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That fellow standing in between the hanging bodies has a look on his face that says "Don't Even" if I ever saw one...
 

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Yes.
The Italian phrase say:"Traitor of the Country"



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