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  1. I think it's the medal Erinnerungskreuz für 1866 https://www.kuenker.de/en/archiv/stueck/137645 Campaign against Prussia 1866: I take part in the battle of Königgrätz as an officer of the 3. Jäger-Bataillons
  2. After reviewing the book in detail. "Geschichte der Königlich Preußisches Fahnen und Standarten" I found out what regiment was the tape: Kürassier-Regiment Königin (Pommetsches) Nr.2
  3. A pleasant surprise For a long time I wanted to have a ribbon of 1870 I bought it if I knew what regiment it belonged to. and I began to analyze the units that had participated in the actions indicated in the pins. Fahnenband für den Krieg gegen Frankreich "1870/1871". Seidenband der Kriegsdenkmünze 1870/71 mit 12 Fahnenbandspangen,.
  4. My latest acquisition a kleine rock from Saxony.
  5. other Banden ribbons 34/5000 the ribbon of the BANDEN, KRIEGS-VERD,KREUZ is different
  6. Yes, it is a difficult combination. but I'm sure the ribbon is of the individual military medal 34/5000 the ribbon of the BANDEN, KRIEGS-VERD,KREUZ is different
  7. thank you very much. Are they for officers or troop classes?
  8. His father, Alfonso XII was also the Chef of a regiment of Ulanos "Schleswig-Holsteinisches Ulanen-Regiment Nr.15" Geschichte des "Schleswig-Holsteinisches Ulanen-Regiment Nr.15"
  9. Alfonso XIII, was also Chef of the 2 Ulanen-Regiment Nr.18
  10. At that time almost all European monarchies were related. Tsar Nicholas II, Kaiser Wilhelm II and George V of England were cousins. Likewise, the Kaiser and the Tsar were great-great grandchildren of Tsar Paul I. At the same time, the Kaiser, the King of England and the Tsar's wife, Alexandra of Hesse-Darmstadt, were grandchildren of Queen Victoria. In Spain, Alfonso XIII was also married to a granddaughter of this, and his mother was related to the Emperor of Austria. In the middle of the month of March of 1904, the Kaiser Wilhelm II quoted in Vigo, on March 15, King Alfonso XIII to hold a meeting that was then classified as secret. It seems that the Kaiser suggested that he marry a German princess. A few months before Alfonso XIII was appointed Regimentsinhaber of the regiment Königlich Bayerisches "5. Feldartillerie-Regiment „König Alfons XIII. von Spanien" First and only regiment owner was from January 27, 1904 King Alfonso XIII. from Spain. The regiment was from then on its name as an addition. Photo of the visit of the Kaiser to Vigo Here we can see him as Regimentsinhaber Königlich Bayerisches 5. Feldartillerie-Regiment „König Alfons XIII. von Spanien“
  11. Thank you very much to all after your indications, I searched, and I think it is indeed a Lord Lieutenant. with a medelo of uniform previous to 1902. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_Lieutenant : "The Lord-Lieutenant is the British monarch's personal representative in each county of the United Kingdom" ....
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