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Some really Great stuff!

Walter Nuhn has very kindly let me use a translation from his book to to describe the battle at Gibeon along with some very nice Schutztruppe militaria from my humble collection.

Harry has been doing some work to broaden "his Africa"... adding a section on German Kamerun....

See whats new...

http://www.kaiserscross.com/152301.html

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See "Whats new"

Some great things up today....

Harry continues putting flags on the map as he presents the little known battle at Rejaf and the Congo Free State army

For those interested in German Assault troops 1914-1918 we have 2 firsts for you.

First first is a total rework of the page on the first assault by Sturm Bataillon Nr. 5 under the command of Willi Rohr

Second first.... the first Panzer Grenadiers... the men of Sturmbataillon Rohr take part in the first German Tank attack. Thanks To TomY for helping out on this and Don Doering for the picture of one of his Tank Badges. Some Rare documents pictured

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A really nice update today...

Harry gets all exotic on us.... The battle at Mafia Island! What a great name!

And some great Machine Gunner pics on the ever expanding machine gunner album....

http://www.kaiserscross.com/152301.html

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Probably the best account in English out there about the fighting at Verdun in 1917 up on the site today, as well as a Punitive Expedition by Harry as he takes us to the Taita Hills... http://www.kaiserscross.com/152301.html

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A really, really cool update today...

http://www.kaiserscross.com/152301.html

Have been meaning to get the Seymour stuff up for ages...

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An American wounded on the last day of the war...

Bayonets in the African Bush as Harry takes Bweho-Chini in 1917..

See whats new...

http://www.kaiserscross.com/152301.html

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Guess what??

See whats new, including the new weapons section and Harry's 23rd expedition.....

http://www.kaiserscross.com/152301.html

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A bunch more interesting Machine Gun Photos and a nice revamp of a page dedicated to the brave man.....

http://www.kaiserscross.com/152301.html

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Without wanting to become a "collector dealer" in any way shape image or form....

I have added a new "for sale" section ...

http://www.kaiserscross.com/251001/home.html

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Please check out the updates for 15th and 14th... great Passchendaele article and Verdun article, neither is new, but they are improved. Couple of new things in the forsale section...

http://www.kaiserscross.com/152301.html

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Quite a bit of new stuff...

Check out the last two updates...

A nes US subsection, 2 campaigns by Harry and a new page to the MG Photo Album with Captured Machine Guns...

http://www.kaiserscross.com/152301.html

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Happy to post the following.... have had it for some time, but I did some extra research and an pleased with the new write up.

Te 89th Division, specifically the 354th Regiment twice lost large amounts of men to mustard gas by occupying areas under enemy fire.

After the war it was pointed out they did not need to occupy it. They could have kept the enemy out by gassing it themselves....

http://www.kaiserscross.com/40312/42469.html

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A face lift to the US section... An aide to those who need a hand with the sectors where US divisions served under British or French command etc..

http://www.kaiserscross.com/257543.html

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