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I am just been trying to piece together a few translations, but I am having a little difficulty reading the German script

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Franz Schilfen 10 Mar 1915 (Chemnitz, Saxony)a.jpg

Zur erinnerung an ....... ausfahrt dem ....... kreig schauplatz Chemnitz 10. Marz 1915 Franz Schilfen

 

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Zur Erinnerung an meine Ausfahrt zu dem westlichen Kriegsschauplatz.

Chemnitz, den 10 Maerz 1915

Franz Schiefer

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5 minutes ago, Naxos said:

Zur Erinnerung an meine Ausfahrt zu dem westlichen Kriegsschauplatz.

Chemnitz, den 10 Maerz 1915

Franz Schiefer

Thank you Naxos,

"In memory of my departure to the western battlefield" would that be a fair translation?

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Yes! Franz left Chemnitz on March 10, 1915 for the Western Front

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58a8fcc35c917_4.WillyMller12Jun1916KonigWilhemvonWrttemberg(6thRoyalSaxon)IR105..jpg.c918104e2342d03184451bfd4e23ab5e.jpg

Zur Erinnerung ......

Willy Müller

Weltkreig 12 Aug 1916

6. IR Nr. 105 Konig Wilhem II von Württemberg Straßburg

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... gewidmet von Ihrem ehemaligen Mitarbeiter Willy Müller - august 12, 1916 - 5. Kompanie Infanterie-Regiment 105

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Erwin..jpg

 

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Zur Erinnerung

an Deinen Frauen

Freund

Walter .....?

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Souvenier de Anvers (Antwerpen)

Allen herzliche Grüsse

Euer Erwin

Antwerpen 29.11.14


 
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zur Erinnerung an deinen treuen Freund, Walter Kunze

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Thank you very much Naxos, Great Stuff. I have been wanting to read these cards for a while now and its nice to see the what was written all those years ago.

 

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