Chris Boonzaier

The Signature Sleuth........

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ID: 76   Posted (edited)

Hi Chris,

Oberstleutnant v. Ludwiger, Abteilungschef beim Stab des Chefs des Feldeisenbahnwesens (before in InfRgt 56).

Uwe

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13 hours ago, Bernhard H.Holst said:

Hello Chris.

Post # 74 I read the name as Ludwiger.

Bernhard H. Holst

Thanks Bernhard!

This guy was signing in the same offive... also without rank.... Von ?anten ?san.thumb.jpg.220f1e1df4c81a26dadf355c52

 

 

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Hello Chris.

For Post 78 my guess is von Xanten.

 A bell in my mind says a name much presented in the German Army of old and otherwise.

Bernhard H. Holst

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Chris,

a Major Hermann-Gustav v. Santen was on the General Staff of the Chef des Feldeisenbahnwesens. In 1914 an Oberleutnant in Husaren-Regiment Nr. 14.

Regards

Glenn

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Hi, thanks guys, it looks like Santen is the winner in view of his posting.

 

best

Chris

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Hi.

bought this photo of a saxon Hauptmann at the weekend. Clearly visible his shoulderboards with "178" or "179". Dedication reads: "z. Erinnerung an Wurzen August 1917" But his signature is still a misery for me. First I thougt Köhnecke but can´t find nobody on Ranklists or Roth. What are youre clues?

Gruß Stefan

 

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Chris,

Ernst Wagner, Kom. d. 28. DIv. at the beginning of the war. 

Andy

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This man recieved the EK2 twice!! I assume the Kavellerie Officer is easier, the Abwicklungs amt guy more difficult...krell1.thumb.jpg.fb37599116023c4106d233fkrell2.thumb.jpg.eeda4e85167e7d09e2f64e7

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Chris,

ever heard of a guy called von Rundstedt? ;)

Regards

Glenn

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ID: 95   Posted (edited)

Chris

 

I think the Abteilungs Vorstand is "Reinick", probably Robert from FAR 19 at beginning of the war.

 

Andy

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29 minutes ago, Glenn J said:

Chris,

ever heard of a guy called von Rundstedt? ;)

Regards

Glenn

Hmmmmmm ... did he play Bass in the Scorpions? :-)

Thanks!

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On 12/13/2015 at 13:27, Glenn J said:

Chris,

ever heard of a guy called von Rundstedt? ;)

Regards

Glenn

For comparison:

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Admittedly I only had the Wikipedia page, but I cannot find and Regiments Führer on the list that looked anything like this... Does anyone have an idea?

Thansk

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Hi Chris.

The Kommandeur was Freiherr Fritz v. Wedeklind, but this signature is from the "Regiments-Führer"

Note, that he was only Hauptmann as a regiment-leader!

I can´t read it clearly, but there were a lot of "von Zychlinksi" in the army. I couldn´t find a fiiting one in the Ehren-Rangliste, maybe he was a reserve-officer.

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