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A dog tag unfortunatly dammaged but with a nice writing : Grenadier Regiment 89 and Reserve JR 130

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Etappen-Sanitäts-Kolonne Nr.5 (or possibly...Sanitäts-Kraftfahr-Abtl.)

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ID: 93   Posted (edited)

Reserve-Feldart.Rgt.Nr.43 (3rd Abteilung)

Raised in the field, end of august 1914.

Under command of 43rd Res.Div.

Edited by The Prussian

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Inf.Rgt.604 (raised 5.dec. 1916, under command of 502.Inf.Brig (251.Inf.Div.). This regiment was raised witht eh other "high numbers" (601-627) as border-protection against denmark and holland and coast-guard. Mostly Landsturm-men

Res.Inf.Rgt.440 (raised 13.oct.1916 in La Mourère (192.Inf.Div.)

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Ersatz-Feldart-Rgt. Zossen

raised 25.feb.1915 with four Kanonen Batterien

and

16.dec.1916 with four "leichte Feldhaubitzen-Batterien"

Under command of "Stellv.Gen.Kdo. Garde-Korps and from june 1915 under the inspection of field-artillerie-schools

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Hi,

Some dog tags from 1 Garde Regiment zu Fuss (one of my favorite regiment :love: ) !

(1)

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(2)

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(3)

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(4)

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(5)

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Stephan

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ID: 98   Posted (edited)

Some dog tags from Reserve IR 1, 9 Kompanie (found in Courland, Latvia) :

(1) (first admission in 4 Grenadier Rgt)

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(2) (first admission in 1 Grenadier Rgt)

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(3) (first admission in JR 96)

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(4) (first admission in reserve JR 82)

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(5) (first admission in JR 94)

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(6) (first admission in Grenadier Rgt 1)

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To be continued...

Stephan

Edited by Minen

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Erkennungsmarke with black cord from a Feldwebelleutnant in FAR 62 and LMK 878 (see my topic about Feldwebelleutnant Lange for more stuff).

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Erkennungsmarke with black and white Prussian cord from a Feldwebelleutnant in LMK 878 (see my topic about Feldwebelleutnant Lange for more stuff).

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