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German postcard map of the Romanian theater of war, with map labels in Bulgarian added in red. From north to south the labels are Russia, the Austro-Hungarian regions of Galicia and Bukovina, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, and, along the Black Sea, the Romania region of Dobruja. Romania's primary war aim was the annexation of the Austro-Hungarian region of Transylvania, with its large ethnic Romanian population.
Text:
Vogelschaukarte des rumänischen Kriegschauplatzes.
German map labels:
Vogelschaukarte des rumänischen Kriegschauplatzes.
Rusland
Galizien
Bukowina
Ungarn
Rumania
Bulgaria
Dobrudscha
Bulgarian overprint in red:
на румънския театър на войната
Бърд око на картата на румънския театър на войната.
Лтичи погдедъъ Бърд око на картата на румънския войната театър
Русия
Галисия
Буковина
Унгария
Румъния
България
Добруджа
A 498 E.P. & Co. A.-G. L.

German postcard map of the Romanian theater of war, with map labels in Bulgarian added in red. From north to south the labels are Russia, the Austro-Hungarian regions of Galicia and Bukovina, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, and, along the Black Sea, the Romania region of Dobruja. Romania's primary war aim was the annexation of the Austro-Hungarian region of Transylvania, with its large ethnic Romanian population.

Image text

Vogelschaukarte des rumänischen Kriegschauplatzes.



German map labels:

Vogelschaukarte des rumänischen Kriegschauplatzes.

Rusland

Galizien

Bukowina

Ungarn

Rumania

Bulgaria

Dobrudscha



Bulgarian overprint in red:

на румънския театър на войната

Бърд око на картата на румънския театър на войната.

Лтичи погдедъъ Бърд око на картата на румънския войната театър

Русия

Галисия

Буковина

Унгария

Румъния

България

Добруджа



A 498 E.P. & Co. A.-G. L.

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Sources

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