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Because that is where the iron ore was and still is (Pilsen marked by the red flag): as well as convenient access to coal for coking As is readily seen Pilsen is on the edge of several major iron ore deposits, in total far larger than anything else in the Austrian (later Austro-Hungarian) Empire, with convenient access to coal fields in the Sudeten as well ...


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Only partial, but we'll get a bit closer with this info: Subsequent to the date on which the Austro-Hungarian Ambassador requested the extradition of Moritz Ormai on charges of forgery and uttering of forged papers, it was ascertained that the accused was a deserter from the military forces of Austria-Hungary and that in the circumstances it would be ...


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