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Photocard  #868759
by JPleski, 2017-04-15, 02:34  like dislike  Spam?  168.1.6...
How curious!   So you think really think this is a different Gustav to the one who was so sick in the Serbia prison camp 18 months before?  I thought the way he wrote the very long y and g looked very similar.

It seems that Bohouš was in a Celje Austro-Hungarian hospital in Nov 1916, but he was a Knjaževač Serbia prison camp until Aug 1915, and then appears in a Padula Italy prison camp in Jun 1917. I wonder if he was in prison all that time.

I've checked a letter from Natalka to Bohouš in 1916 and the place she wrote to is Cilli Stýrsko.  Perhaps Celje Slovenia was under control of the Austrian region of Styria during the empire days. And perhaps the Serbian army had occupied it by 1916.
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