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Freiwillige

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  1. I see what you mean - you are talking about Deutsche Ehrendenkmünze des Weltkrieges, but that's not the one on portrait... Please compare colour scheme.
  2. Well, just had a look at the portrait through the magnifying glass, but those vertical stripes are clearly visible. It seems they were really "present" at the original ribbon and are not defect of printing.
  3. Maybe... Unfortunatley I found no matching post-war commemorative / veteran association medal
  4. Thanks for your reply, Dave! Anyway the last ribbon is plain blue/light blue so we have there long service award. Any ideas regarding the last ribbon worn by the Sta-Bataillonsführer from the very first post in this thread?
  5. Could it be Prussian Dienstauszeichnung für Offiziere? I suupose there are no vertical stripes on the ribbon.
  6. Many thanks! I think you're absolutely right! Only the last one is not identified yet)
  7. Well, here's a portrait of another Stahlhelm member. No date, no name, unfortunately. Only place where photo was taken is known, it's Magdeburg. Could you please jelp with identifying two last ribbons attached after EKII and Friedrich-August Kreuz 2.Klasse?
  8. Unfortunately no name is known as well as no additional info on that man.
  9. Dear gentlemen, could you please help me to identify decorations on ribbon bars worn by these Stahlhelmbund members? Portrait No.1 - Sta-Bataillonsführer. Two first decorations are obvious: EKII ausg.1914 and Militärverdienstorden (Württemberg). But what about the last one?
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