After the previous post we would like to stay for a few more posts in Kőrösmező/Yasinya. But until the next one is completed, we invite our readers to play a new game.
|Kőrösmező/Yasinia in today’s Subcarpathia/Zakarpattya, Ukraine|
How is this possible?
And in general, an old postcard like this is always a message in a bottle, giving news about a number of complicated and interesting stories. What might be the stories referred to by this postcard, including the Romanian royal stamp and the overprinted Hungarian label “Levelezőlap” (Post card), the addressee and Oradea-Mare, the “prayer of the rafters” and the rafters of Kőrösmező, and did these latter belong to the “poor Jews” or to the “ragged Russians”?
We ask our usual experts to let our “outsider” readers guess for a couple of hours before commenting, and in the meantime send us your eventual materials to the post in preparation about this story. :)