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Hermann

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  1. Thank you, Andy. I collect old photographs. I have a CAB of Leichtenstern and I want to post it on Wikipedia. So, I try to write a short biographical article about him. I hope Wikipedia will accept it. Leichtenstern must be a relevant person. I am not sure if he is. One of his brothers was a well known physician. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_Michael_Ludwig_Leichtenstern Hermann
  2. I am seeking information about Karl Leichenstern, b. 29 May 1847, major general in the Bavarian army, 1899-1901 commander of 10th Königlich Bayerische Infanterie-Brigade. I only know that his father was Ludwig Leichtenstein, d. 1866 at fortress Rosenberg, lieutenant colonel. The Prussian Maschine doesn’t list him, perhaps he retired before 1914. I found an entry of him from 1906 where he was categorized “zur Disposition”. Kind Regards Hermann
  3. Transcription: v. Rüdgisch wird vor d[em] Volk z[um] Pascha proklamiert v. Rüdgisch is proclaimed Pascha before the people.
  4. I bought a CDV of the Prussian Crown Prince Frederik William in an uniform, which I never saw before. Is it a naval uniform? Any help would be appreciated.
  5. I have a curious picture of two very young men in uniform taken around 1900 in Bremen. Can anyone identify the uniforms? Thanks Hermann
  6. Hello, I have a carte de visite of the Prussian general Malachowsky / Malachowski. I was looking for him on the Internet. There are a few Malachowsky generals but it doesn't fit. Can anyone help me?
  7. The inauguration of the Monument to the Battle of Nations (Völkerschlachtdenkmal) was a very big event. Here are some pictures and videos. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Kaiserzelt_Einweihung_Voelkerschlachtdenkmal_Leipzig_1913.jpg http://stadt-leipzig.htwk-leipzig.de/voelkerschlachtdenkmal/index.php/Historie.html http://www.leipzig-lese.de/index.php?article_id=126 Video 1 http://footage.framepool.com/de/shot/472301700-ludwig-iii-von-bayern-voelkerschlachtdenkmal-wilhelm-ii-von-deutschland-deutsches-kaiserreich Video 2 https://www.youtube.com/w
  8. a little correction: born in: Schwachhausen Verwaltungsbezirk: Bremen
  9. First letter is a "P", so could be read as "Pense" (Poensgen?).
  10. "prot." is actually correctly written, if a bit sloppy. Compare the "g" in "wegen", for example. Thank you Dave, Somtimes you don't see the wood for the trees. Hermann
  11. Thanks Chris, You must be familiar wirh the old German script (Sütterlin). May be 1-2 percent of Germans can read such a text. The particular problems are abbreviations. For example: Bez. A. for Bezirksamt, or 1.P.E.K. for a special military unit. I'm not a military epert. I'm a family researcher. And of course it's handwritten. You can't be sure about each individual letter.
  12. First document 1. #515 2. rang: Pionier Ersatz Reserve 3. Pensel, Gottlieb 4. confession: grot.? 5. place of birth: Helmbrechts. “Bez. A. “ Bezirksamt Münchberg –born: 7/27/1887 6. place of living: Helmbrechts, Hoferstreet 13 7. single 8. partents: father Christian Pensel, merchant, dead – mother: Anna Pensel born Simon 9. military unit: 1. P. E. K. 10. 11. orders: Iron cross, 2. class on 4/6/1917 12. taken part battles: “Stellungskämpfe in den mittleren Vogesen: 11/4/1916 – 11/15/1916. Stellungskämpfe vor Verdun: 11/26/1916 – 12/14/1916. Kämpfe bei Louvem
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