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Pre-Revolutionary Cyrillic is a pain to read

March 16 2004 at 8:36 AM
David Maynard  (no login)
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Response to God bless you, effendi!

Comparing the translations to the pictures in the Osprey New Vanguard on White armour shows a definite difference from modern Cyrillic which I can just about read, if not always understand.

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