In our previous post, presenting the photo album of 1914 of the Austro-Hungarian army we were speculating about where stood the cadre headquarters No. 28, presented in the first photo. After the publication of the post Két Sheng – who, in connection with the appearance of the Austro-Hungarian artillery in the Holy Land (here and here) made himself an expert in the organizational structure of the Empire’s army – sent us the right solution in a comment, which we have built into the text of the original entry. If you want to know where the first barracks of Prague stood and how it looked like, and what it had to do with the Czech Legion fighting on the Tsar’s side in WWI and with the good soldier Švejk, check back to the post!