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    Pola, Brioni grande strandfürdő Salugában

    Pula, Brioni grande lido. Voluntary artillerist Zoltán Jeney's photos during WW I.

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    Torpedó naszád a magasból

    S.M.S.71/F.

    Aerial photo of a torpedo-boat. Voluntary artillerist Zoltán Jeney's photos during WW I.

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    Hidroplán az öböl vizén a Fasana légikikötőben

    Jeney Zoltán "egyéves" önkéntes tüzér fényképei az első világháborúból

    Hydroplane on the bay at Fažana airport, Croatia. Voluntary artillerist Zoltán Jeney's photos during WW I.

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    Osztrák-magyar hidroplán

    Austro-Hungarian hydroplane, Pula, Croatia. Voluntary artillerist Zoltán Jeney's photos during WW I.

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    Osztrák-magyar hidroplán

    Austro-Hungarian hydroplane, Pula, Croatia. Voluntary artillerist Zoltán Jeney's photos during WW I.

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    Osztrák-magyar hidroplán

    Pola, légikikötő: Fasana

    Austro-Hungarian hydroplane, Fažana airport, Pula, Croatia. Voluntary artillerist Zoltán Jeney's photos during WW I.

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    Jeney Zoltán

    Peneda. Batt. 6/S4

    1918.X.23.

    Voluntary artillerist Zoltán Jeney in uniform. Pula, Croatia.

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    A hadikikötőben álló hadihajók reflektorai

    "S.M.S. Viribus Unitis." Jeney Zoltán "egyéves" önkéntes tüzér fényképei az első világháborúból

    Headlights of S.M.S. Viribus Unitis warship, Pula, Croatia. Voluntary artillerist Zoltán Jeney's photos during WW I.

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    Póla, Arena - légifelvétel

    Pola, amfiteátrum. Jeney Zoltán "egyéves" önkéntes tüzér fényképei az első világháborúból

    Roman amphitheatre in Pula, Croatia. In B.C. 177, the Roman Empire occupied the territory that lived its heyday during Augustus Ceasar, when the port, the amphitheatre, the theatre, several temples and palaces were built.

    Aerial photo of the arena. Voluntary artillerist Zoltán Jeney's photos during WW I.

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    Pola, Arena belseje

    Pola, amfiteátrum

    In B.C. 177, the Roman Empire occupied the territory of Pula that lived its heyday during Augustus Ceasar, when the port, the amphitheatre, the theatre, several temples and palaces were built.

    Voluntary artillerist Zoltán Jeney's photos during WW I. Interior of the amphitheatre of Pula.

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