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林建章：1874-1940 海军代将=brigadier The final rank is the Admiral of the Navy, serving as an adviser to the Department of the Navy. Japan invaded China in 1937, refused to surrender to the Japanese, died of depression
It is hard to say. There have been a lot of these various papers on the market that are described as coming from the archive relating to the Graf Spee and I think the jury is out on whether they are original, fakes or copies of originals.
I'm looking for information about Eduard Akerman from Hamburg. I'm currently reading a book about Ribnik Partisan Detachment which was part of the National Liberation Army and Partisan Detachments of Yugoslavia. On May 21st 1943 German patrol was sent to repair telephone wire but were ambushed by one platoon of the 1st Battalion of the Ribnik Partisan Detachment in Paunovac near Ključ, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Akerman was captured by the Partisans and was offered to stay with them. He agreed under condition that he wouldn't have to fight against Germans. Until the end of the war he was a medic in one of the Partisan hospitals.
This is all of the information I have about the man. Is there any way to find information about his service prior to the capture by the Yugoslav Partisans, during his service with the Partisans and after the war?
I would greatly appreciate some help!
Not exactly a place since it stayed the same but a striking photo of the Battalion of the 79th Queens Own Cameron Highlanders taken in 1914 before going to war and in 1918 after their return. Only 28 of them left! I believe the photos were taken in front of Edinburgh Castle.
I should note that I found the photo somewhere on internet.