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Andrees Handatlas 1914: Southeastern Europe: Austria-Hungary still exists, Transsilvania didnt belong to Romania, Bulgaria had access to the mediteranean sea, Macedonia and Kosovo belonged to Serbia, and Moldova belonged to Russia.
The official YouTube channel of Austria's army recognizes Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Artsakh and so on as independent and also Crimea as a part of Russia, while the Austrian government isn't recognizing any of them at all
Perspective view of European and Asiatic Turkey, Russia, Austria and Persia (1877)
French map of Eastern Front of WW1 showing how far Central Powers (Germany and Austria-Hungary) advanced into Russia 1917/1918
Partitions of Poland 1772, 1793 and 1795 between Russia, Austria and Prussia
1932 Chinese Map of Tientsin (Tianjin or Tienjin), China - Geographicus - Tienjin-showa7-1932
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boat parts and history
marine life photography