Chris Boonzaier

Hmmmmm... Interesting?

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ID: 1   Posted

I just picked up a Militärpass..... Could it be an interesting one? :_)mp1.thumb.jpg.18de68f724df82e5610ebbeea90a0fe0.jpg

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You must be joking? You got both Fredinand Schörners Militärpass and his ring?

 

Is his Pour le Merite entered in it?

I'd love to see more, either in private or in public! Amazing! Wow! Wow! Wow!

Congratulations Chris, this is by far the best Militärpass I have ever seen! :love:

 

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ID: 4   Posted

Hi,

The page with the awards is a seperate sheet he filled out and signed in 1920, the Militärpass goes up to the end of 1915, but has the EK1, EK2, Bavarian MVO4th class with swords and the Austrian Militär Verdienstkreuz in it, unfortunately the PLM was not entered but officially the Militärpass was no longer filled out after he was promoted to LT d, Res.mp3.thumb.jpg.2888a4f49f8ac4dd1b039b0d7a67962a.jpg

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ID: 5   Posted

Spectacular. That's a highlight of any collection!

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ID: 6   Posted

wow, that is a wonderful grouping.
Congretulations

Will you show us the ring in better pictures?

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ID: 8   Posted (edited)

The award on the third position would be the medal of the golden wedding of  King Ludwig III.
Thanks for the beautiful pictures

 

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Edited by spolei

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ID: 9   Posted

Awesome!

 

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Unbelievable! With that items you´ll rise up into the collectors nirvana!

Congrats, mate! But in Kassel that will cost you a beer!!!!!!!!!

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18 hours ago, Chris Boonzaier said:

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OMG....Are you kidding me?!?!?   "Pour le Merite 17.12.1917"

Outstanding! 

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Do we know, why we read: PlM Dec. 17, 1917, and in all sources I know the date was Dec. 5, 1917?

I´m not a medal specialist, so please excuse my question.

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Maybe the award was handed over on the 17th of December? The Tagesbefehl confirming the award was the 9th of December

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The 9th?

I really only know the 5th...

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Hi, there was an Abschrift from the III Batl. Leib regt Tagesbefehl dated 9th of december announcing it.

In his records on Ancestry he has the 17th as the award date.

I assume it was approved the 5th, announced the 9th and the ceremony on the 17th?

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ID: 17   Posted (edited)

Ah, ok.

The originals will be right! Then he will recieved it th 17th.

AKO: 5th

Tagesbefehel: 9th

recieved: 17th

bureaucracy...

Edited by The Prussian

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Here is a little bit about his unit.

Since june 1919 the LIR became

1.bayer. RW-Schützen-Regiment 41 München (I. and III.Btl. München, II.Btl. Rosenheim)

In october 1919 it became:

RW-Schützen-Regiment 41 München (I.Btl. München, II.Btl. Passau, III.(Jäger) Btl.Landshut

Later: 19.(bayer.) Inf.Rgt. München (I.Btl. München, II.Btl. Augsburg, III.Btl. Kempten and Lindau, Ers.Btl. Landshut

Note that he wrote: Bayer. Jäger-Bataillon 41

What he means is: III.(Jäger) Btl./Reichswehr-Schützen-Regiment 41

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I think this is the sleeve insignia for the RW-Schützen-Regiment 41. 

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