Help with Translating WW1 Military Record

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Help with Translating WW1 Military Record

Postby ktpoloni » 08 Jun 2012, 10:08

Hey I received a WW1 military record of my Great Grandfather's and was wondering if there was anyone that could help translate? They sent it in a pdf, but it's not a very good copy...anyways, any help would be appreciated! Thanks!

Okay...I guess the forum has reached the max quota for attachments. So if anyone thinks they can help I will email it to you! Thanks in advance!

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Re: Help with Translating WW1 Military Record

Postby adelfio » 09 Jun 2012, 01:24

Just use a photo sharing website like postimage.org you dont have to join to use the website just upload your image to postimage.org and copy and paste your thumbnail #1 to your message

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Re: Help with Translating WW1 Military Record

Postby ktpoloni » 09 Jun 2012, 15:13

Thanks for the tip Marty! Here's a link to my record if anyone has time and can help.

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Re: Help with Translating WW1 Military Record

Postby PippoM » 09 Jun 2012, 21:19

Son of Arcangelo and of the deceased Angelini (?) Carolina.
Born on March 25th (1895) in Fino del Monte, district of Clusone.
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Re: Help with Translating WW1 Military Record

Postby ktpoloni » 11 Jun 2012, 23:56

That is so cool! thanks so much. Can you read any of the stuff to the right of that?


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