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Bayern

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  1. Why ? In pure common sense ,the badge was not like the pilot or observer one ,not even as a wounded badge .it was a conmemorative piece . Granted by ? I dont know . according to which statute ? neither know . In another sense ,how many Tank crewmen served in the German Army ? Roughly 20 A7vs and around 60 british Tanks were the number of German Army Tanks , thats implies at most 500 tankers how many survived the war '? and how many rejoined the Army or the Freikorps ? ,or war veteran associations ?
  2. Ulsterman : The first photo shows an Argentinian Army Colonel .wearing the full dress uniform of the NCOs School .the rank is carried on the braided shoulder boards . Three circular gold suns . over a disc of black cloth.and as a oak leaf motif braided in gold over the collar which carries too a serrated braid of gold . the circular badge on the front of the tunic collar is the emblem of the NCO s School .the badge like a gold and red cockade pinned on his right breast is the badge of the graduated Staff Officers.he is also a War veteran .The second photo is of a Honduran Air Force Officer .
  3. Trooper D : The officer with the strange hat is a Swedish one .
  4. Austrian uniforms

    Hello : The feldwebel , Ormester , in Hungarian , carries the 1861 model sabre for Infantry officers . Farkas : The Infantry NCo s entitled to carry sabre used the same model of the officers .all metal . certainly existed swords and sabres with leather scabbard , they were for the officials .
  5. Austrian uniforms

    My pleasure , I left incomplete my last post . All ranks of Cavalry carried sabres . a model for troopers . apart , mounted artillerymen carried sabre too , mounted Gendarmerie also . usually of the 1869 or the very similar 1904 models
  6. The Prussian : perhaps the best traduction of durchzug to english is across or crossed .
  7. Austrian uniforms

    Dario Cro : The sabre , was carried By : officers , feldwebels ,kadettfeldwebels, one year volunteers) ensigns .music masters ,doctors , the officials , according with his status carried either sabre or a sort of sting , apart , the sabre was carried by Cavalry
  8. My pleasure , Take a look to the site The Marshalls Baton . the site is dedicated to the third reich era Generals uniforms and insignia . but the part about the generals collar tabs could be useful
  9. Pre-WW1: US military attaché to Paris Embassy

    Hello : Johan Herbert von Herbertsein , was military attache in Paris between 1900 and 1909 , a long time Paja : You will find Mondragon when you arrives to the Decena Tragica of 1913
  10. Pre-WW1: Saumur - Officiers Etrangers

    Gentlemen : Was current to send officers to Saumur to learn riding skills and cavalry tactics . naturally not only cavalrymen ,artillerymen goes too .both used horses .
  11. Iron Cross Diamonds : The collar tabs were normally . made of a piece of cardboard covered with felt or wool cloth , the braid was made of silver or gold kantille , and thread . the kantille is the thicker part , normally the design is cutout of paper , glued over the cloth and then hand braided over .
  12. Farkas : No one is an encyclopedia , and nobody began without mistaking .
  13. Farkas : The 23th Landwehr Regiment was part of the Imperial Royal Landwehr . the particular Army of the not Hungarian territories of the Empire . The 23th was formed in 1893 and his garnison city was Zara . In Dalmatia .
  14. Farkas : I like , one question , Dalmatian Landwehr ? that is K K (austrian )
  15. Hello : As Argentinian i must said about the 1982 War that the theme is hard to debate , The general feelings here are : the Malvinas Falkland are ours , Great Britain posseses the islands by the force , Its as if a German of 1912 , intended to debate wiyh a French about Alsace . The war was for us a disaster , political diplomatic and military. the discrete military power that we have detented for decades was broked a pieces . the valour of the soldiers and their blood was dilapidated , not only by the Junta , all the Governments that come after made the same . misuse , manipulation . bad politic . Personally the 2th of April I was a civilian official in the Argentine Army . At early morning I arrived at my post , surprisingly the first lieutenant who shared with me the office was awaiting with a portable radio receptor in his hands . What happens ? asked ,we have reconquered Malvinas ,what you think about ? Well If I were British I will think that what begins in Friday not ends well . was the first that came to my mind .
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