This vintage real photo postcard features a handsome uniformed soldier posing for his portrait at an unidentified photo studio. The message on the card is dated “1916”. This postcard has some cornerwear and is in overall good condition (see scans). 


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  1. Hello, in case someone is interested in the message of the card, here is a transcription and translation: Feldpost. An Fräulein Luise Kirsch In Hoffenheim a. d. Elsens (Baden). Frankreich, den 11.5.1916. Werte Luise! Endlich komm ich einmal dazu dir meine jetzige Adresse zu senden u. hoffe daß du noch gesund bist was ich von mir auch schreiben kann, ich denke du wirst die Osterfeiertage schön erlebt haben besser wie wir hier denn diese Ostern gefiel mir nicht. Es grüßt dich herzlich H. E. Viele Grüße an [vamilie?] [Sohr?] // Military mail. To Miss Luise Kirsch in Hoffenheim a. d. Elsenz (Baden). France, 11.05.1916. Dear Luise! Now I’m finally able to send you my actual adress and I hope that you are still well which I can write about myself too, I think you will have spent the Easter holidays better than we have since I didn’t like this Easter. Warm regards H. E. Give my reagrds to [Family Sohr?]

    • Thanks so much for the translation. It really adds to the experience of seeing the image.

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