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  1. Great group John. I love it. I saw this group on the last Bene Merenti auction. Congratulation to this historical purchase. The most exciting piece out of this group is without any doubt the last words written on a piece of paper moments before he died. At that time all of the crew knew that there will never come back home. But consider that he was awarded the "Verdienstmedaille" (merite medal) on the ribbon of the Karl-Friedrich-Verdienstmedaille not the MKFVM himself. This was the lower grade of merite award for enlisted men and NCO. It is that one not the MKFVM
  2. Two log books of Flugzeugobermatrose Heinrich Bracht. He was sent to the army for pilot training. After successful completion he returned to the navy (I. SFA) for further training. But he died short after on 24th Juli 1917. Kind regards Alex
  3. Körner is mentioned on the Serno reports as leader of FA 1. He took over the command of the unit in summer (Sep./Oct.) 1915. He was recalled to germany at the beginning of 1917 and died on 23 Jan. 1917 while a reconnaissance fllight. Olt. Croneiss follow him as Co of FA 1. Kind regards Alex
  4. Thanks for this great work. Very helpful. Here some improvement suggestions: Over the white ribbon for the life saving medal the english text is incorrect. Should be "Life saving 3rd time" Could you change the colour of the background to be in contrast to the white ribbons. It is hard to differ between Background and ribbon. Kind regards Alex
  5. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
    • ORIGINAL/AUTHENTIC

    The cross has no enamel demages. and no maker marks but it is a typical cross of maker Scharffenberg. The offer includes a short piece of ribbon. St. Heinrichs crosses rarely cames without any demages. Shipping costs are additional Paypal is accepted. Bayer pay the fees.

    £830.00

  6. Foreign awards are not listed on the navy Rangliste.
  7. It could be only Oberstabsarzt Dr. Johannes Krause: 28.02.1920 Char. als Marine-Generaloberarzt And his awards as listed on the 1918 navy Rangliste Roter Adler Orden 4.Kl. Eisernes Kreuz 2. Kl Eisernes Kreuz 1. Kl Oldenburg: Friedrich-August-Kreuz 2. Kl. Oldenburg: Friedrich-August-Kreuz 1. Kl. This two never been promoted to Marine-Generaloberarzt. Oberstabsarzt d.R. Prof.Dr. Paul Krause Stabsarzt d.R. Dr. Kurt Krause Kind regards Alex
  8. the award on the 7th place is likely a swedish Svärdsorden. Kind regards Alex
  9. I thought the Godet no. 10 from your listing is the badge you posted for Fergus on post #8. So I miss the one I posted on post #5. Kind regards Alex
  10. You have forgot the one I posted, Another navy airship badge is located at the Zeppelin museum at Zeppelinheim. Kind regards Alex
  11. It was just a commemorative badge like the air ship badges not a qualification badge. I don't know why they don't introduce a qualification badge like for pilots or observers during the war. Kind regards Alex
  12. Hi John, no one can say how many badges Godet sold. All numbers you heard are estimations. I know 3 badges in different museums. another 5-6 in collections and 2 on market over the last 10 years It seems that Godet badges were not very popular at that time. Kind regards Alex You mean this badge?
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