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  1. Thanks Dave and Daniel. It's always nice to see the extra info you have on these men. Ok I have another late entry - Lt dR Wilhelm Kotthoff. This is from the Oldenburgische Volkszeitung dated 26th November 1918 :-
  2. Hi Ian, Thanks a lot, it's appreciated. Just to add to my earlier post, below are the only recipients that I'm aware of:- Ascheberg, Percy Baron von (circa 1924-27) Beroldingen, Egon Graf von (circa 1915-1918) Blomberg, Karl-August von Boenigk, Oskar Freiherr von (circa 1933-34) Brandt gen. Flender, Fritz von (on 16th July 1915) Kettler, Maximilian Frhr von (circa 1920-27)
  3. Hi GdC26, Yes thanks - it mentions 4 years service as Enhrenritter before being entitled to become a Rechtsritter. If Ian doesn't mind my hijacking his thread, I am going to post a rather grainy photo of an aviator who is wearing the Johanniter orden. Unfortunately I don't know his name, but as it's an uncommon award I am hoping that he can be identified. The man is probably from FFA 19.
  4. Hi all, Did you need to have the Ehrenritter before becoming eligible for the Rechtsritter?
  5. I believe the man on the left is wearing the Prussian observer's badge. It looks like the poor chap has lost both his legs.
  6. Hi Andreas, Thanks for your reply. Hi David, I'm not sure. But the man's name should give the answer providing it can be deciphered.
  7. Hi Christophe, Thanks for the confirmation! Ok here is a list of HOH3x recipients from IR 75. Unfortunately I don't own the book.
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