Eydtkau. Today its Russian-Lithuanian border. Interesting.
Today it is Chernyshevskoye (Russian=Чернышевское). In Lithuanian = Eitkūnai and in Polish = Ejtkuny.
Waw! This is not a simple pic, but a historical document!
Curious coincidence that today Russia keeps the side here shown as German and Lithuania keeps the side here shown as Russian. Irony of history and hard stories of ordinary people there.
Interesting! Thank you for sharing.
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