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Eygentlicher Abriss dess Scharmützels bey Neuheusel in Hungern daher Kays. auch zu Hngern vnd Böheim Königl. Majest. General Feld Obrister Herr Conte de Bucquoy blieben ist

Dissegno del forte di Monte Spiz preso dal Gran Marescialle Lubomirschi

Eigentlicher Abriss der Edlen, Schönen Vestung Neutra im Konigreich Ungarn welche mit aller Untreu und Hinterlist dem Türcken im Monath Octobri dieses 1663 Jahrs ohne Gegenwehr ist eingeraumt worden

Assedio di Nevhevsel fatto da Turchi 1663 preso per accordo il di 22 Settembre G. Bouttats fecit

Dissegno della Città e fortezza di Nitria attaccata, é presa dal General Conte di Sovches MDCLXIV

Dissegno di Nitria attaccata in prospetiva

Dissegno di Barcan dirimpeto a Strigonia preso et abbrvcciato col ponte di Barche dal Generale Conte di Sovches il de primo d'Agosto 1664

Die Vestung Neüheusel wie solche Anno 1685 von der Christlichen Armada Balägert

[Devin and the Danube River, southwest Slovakia, near Austrian border, Austro-Hungary]

Manifest k Československému lidu v Americe!

Evangelical Church in Tatranska Lominca, Slovak Republic

Nat'l Women's Party. May 21, 1922. Mme. Harriet Gottling, of Czech.; Miss Susie Chow, of China, Mme. Josephine Klima, of Prague, Slovakia, Miss Ballivian, of Bolivia, and Miss Vina Stepanek, of Czech.

Lewis Einstein, U.S. Minister to Checho Slovakia, [10/28/24]

U.S. Reports: Vajtauer v. Comm'r of Immigration, 273 U.S. 103 (1927)



Ethnic Hungarians in Slovakia (U)

Hon. Lewis Einstein, U.S. Minister to Checho Slovakia at W.H., 10/28/24

Col. Rudolph Medik, Czech Slovakia, 10/11/19

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