Stojasavljevic? That doesn't sound like austo-hungarian to me
Very often these colourisations make a pic really come alive. Cool post.
Nice plane Mr Stojalskigasrodlskaldgealalksli.
By "Austro-Hungarian" you do mean oppressed yugoslavian under foreign rule in need of liberation?
To everyone hopping on the "oppressed slav" train: Raoul Stojsavljevic was born in Innsbruck (a city in Austria, even today). His Father was a Serb, who moved to Austria to probably have a better life, which was ONLY possible because Austria-Hungary was a Multi-Ethnic Nation. It really was a prime example of a somehow functioning proto-multicultural nation. Hitler hated that concept with a passion by the way (souce; Mein Kampf). Joining the Austro-Hungarian Kaiserreich dramatically increased the quality of life for most (no all, but most) people, make no mistake about it.