Chris Boonzaier

Pretty stupid faker

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Hello Chris.

Kampfwagen Abzeichen in 1917???

Verwundeten Abzeichen in 1917???

Bernhard H. Holst

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A stupid faker only needs one or two ignorant collectors.

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I'm not as experienced as others here on documents.
One thing I however would like to add is that I don't believe a few Third Reich Reichsadler stamps belong in this imperial Militaerpass, besides a bit suspicious awards with their dates.

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Be nice to see the rest of this soldbuch?  I tend not to get hung up on dates when it is a general round up, date of qualification versus badge institution particularly when it is on catch up?  I guess the question is, is the unit entering the service record viable and if so why IE what else is in the book?

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41 minutes ago, Jock Auld said:

Be nice to see the rest of this soldbuch?  I tend not to get hung up on dates when it is a general round up, date of qualification versus badge institution particularly when it is on catch up?  I guess the question is, is the unit entering the service record viable and if so why IE what else is in the book?

That is not a page of awards.... it is a huge page of errors... I guess the rest of the book may be ok, but this is terrible... :-(

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ID: 11   Posted (edited)

I don't understand why people damage these books without doing their home work?  What is the biggest problem with these awards, is it the Tank badge thing?  I imagine it would be pretty easy for you WW1 chaps to find this bloke if he existed?

Edited by Jock Auld

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ID: 12   Posted (edited)

On ‎28‎.‎11‎.‎2016 at 21:17, Dansson said:

 

I'm not as experienced as others here on documents.
One thing I however would like to add is that I don't believe a few Third Reich Reichsadler stamps belong in this imperial Militaerpass, besides a bit suspicious awards with their dates.

Hello!

Please note, it´s not an imperial Soldbuch. It´s a third Reich´s one!

The Wehrmacht documents took over the dates of the first world war, like in this Wehrpaß.

I attached a Wehrmacht Wehrpaß with entries of the Great War.

By the way, a Dr. Schultze did exist!:

Ranklist 1939: Hauptmann Dipl.Landw. (diploma agriculture) Dr. Schultze, in "Schutzbereichamt Köln". Hauptmann patent 1.8.33

Ranklist 1944/45: Schutzbereichamt Köln, Major patent 1.9.39, Oberstleutnant 1.8.44.

In case of mobilization he belonged to the Pioniere

 

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Edited by The Prussian

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If he did exist is it possible to find out what awards he was entitled to?

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Yes, that´s the man from Köln I mentioned above.

Unfortunately I don´t have any idea about his awards

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