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Oh yes..Vintage German Wedding pictures. Another fine installment of..."Hitler's Heffers".beer.gif Stormtrooper

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LOVELY portrait-- early )1939( Spange, ribbon bar still has the "old fashioned" Xs before they one piece stamped tab-splint Xs came in...

even if he WAS the world's oldest Oberleutnant, he was wa snappy dresser and had an impressive array of awards .

ack! never mind. Sorry.

Edited by Ulsterman

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Contemporary photo of Hans Winkelmann, 2. M.G.K., Reichswehr Regt. 16, dated 12.12.1920.

He wears the SA 2nd class ribbon looped through his pocket button-hole and a typical issued blackened metal SA 1st class on his pocket.

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A very rare Kriegsmarine Ingenieur Offizier z.V/d.B. with Schlesischen Adler badge

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My colourisation of an unknown with first and second class

regards

Alex K

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Major Friedrich (Fritz) Maetzke, Kdr. I.(Erg.) Btl./Inf.Rgt.53

KIA as Oberst in Russia 27 Jan. 1942

Ritter Hohenzollernischen Hausorden

Schlesischer Adler 1. Kl.

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Nice to see more of your work!!

The guy is a twin of a guy I used to work with!!

Hi Chris, there's no reference to the post but if you are referring to my colourisation, thanks, as you know I try to get it right, if it's not about my post, then oops I will feel like a total idiot!!, If you worked with his twin, I assume he didn't arrive at work dressed like that :speechless1:

regards

Alex

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Another one of mine....never did find out what the arm badge was......?

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Had a look at all my police books....cannot find it :unsure:

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I´m sure he´s wearing a Reichswehr uniform the chevrons below the armshield denote the rank of Stabsgefreiter.

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A Vize-Feldwebel of Reichwehr Inf. Rgt. 16 with SA I and II.

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16InfRegt_SAI-II.JPG

Edited by bolewts58

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Feldwebel of the Freiwilligentruppen der 32. Reichswehr-Brigade / Freiwillige 12. (Schlesische) Infanterie-Division. He wears the insignia of this unit consisting of a silvered pine bow collar badge and a Danzig skull between the cap cockades.

FreiwTrupp_32RW_Brig.jpg

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Heer admin. official wearing two grades of the badge.

Cheers,

Larry

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