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Francis Joseph, Emperor - Father of Masaeyk ? - such is said now, papers of today
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Count Gudenus
2017-01-06 09:18:14 UTC
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One hold the information that M's father was the Austrian Jewish Industrialist Josef Redlich by Redlich's coachman's wife! Redlich was called 'Zucker Redlich' to make a difference with other R.
Count Gudenus
2017-01-06 09:38:32 UTC
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One hold the information that M's father was the Austrian Jewish Industrialist Josef Redlich by Redlich's coachman's wife! Redlich was called 'Zucker Redlich' to make a difference with other R.
His 'official' quaters were published by Anthony-Siegenfeld.

He went to school in the Akademisches Gymnasium in Vienna I (Beethovenplatz). Then considered to be a leftwing - Jewish - liberal Gymnasium. He belonged to the socalled Wunder-Jahrgang, which produced several prime-ministers, ministers.
Count Gudenus
2017-01-06 09:40:33 UTC
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One hold the information that M's father was the Austrian Jewish Industrialist Josef Redlich by Redlich's coachman's wife! Redlich was called 'Zucker Redlich' to make a difference with other R.
His 'official' quaters were published by Anthony-Siegenfeld.
He went to school in the Akademisches Gymnasium in Vienna I (Beethovenplatz). Then considered to be a leftwing - Jewish - liberal Gymnasium. He belonged to the socalled Wunder-Jahrgang, which produced several prime-ministers, ministers.
Quaters, Corrigendum: Quarters/Quartiers/Vorfahren!
The Chief
2017-01-06 16:25:53 UTC
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One hold the information that M's father was the Austrian Jewish Industrialist Josef Redlich by Redlich's coachman's wife! Redlich was called 'Zucker Redlich' to make a difference with other R.
This is impossible to follow.

- Do you actually mean to refer to Masaryk, first president of Ceckoslovakia? If not, who is this chap?

- Who are you saying was his father
* The Emperor?
* Some Masaryk/Masaeyk?
* A Redlich?

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The Chief
Count Gudenus
2017-01-06 19:25:23 UTC
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Le vendredi 6 janvier 2017 17:25:55 UTC+1, The Chief a écrit :
Corrigendum:

Masaryk

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