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Der Kaiser und der K?nig von Sachsen im Hauptquartier

Christophe

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K?nig von Sachsen und Generalfeldmarschall von Hindenburg

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Christophe,

Looking at the captions, and comparing them with the pic, I doubt the person identified as "Ludendorf"is in fact Ludendorf. Looks like a saxon Generaladjutant or Adjutant to me.

Best,

Sandro

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Post # 98 is:

Leutnant der Reserve H. Scherbel

February 20, 1918

:cheers:

Edited by Naxos

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Officers of the Landwher I.R.Nr. 133. number 4 is Major Harlinghausen

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Close up of the shoulderboards (seems to be 241 R.I.R from 53. Reserve Division)

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Saxon King with Major von Zeschau and the I.R. Nr. 183 in 1917.

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General Löffler, General Pudor, Major von Zeschau

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General L?ffler, General Pudor, Major von Zeschau

Is Major von Zeschau wearing a Shako?

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Seems to be a Shako !

Before the war Adolf von Zeschau was Adjudant of 2. Division Nr. 24. he went from I.R. Nr. 106. At the end of the war he was at the head of the I.R. Nr. 183.

Three officers with name von Zeschau wore SH2. I don't know if they were brothers or from the same family, but it's interresting to note.

Christophe

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