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  1. 47-mm gun Hotchkiss system. Many removed from Russian naval ships after the Russo-Japanese war of 1904-05 and fitted with wooden wheel carriage systems. topwar.ru/15422-batalonnye-pushki-19151930-gg.html
  2. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Serbian_Air_Force Anti-aircraft field gun "Schneider" m-907, 75mm, near Belgrade 21 July – 3 August 1915
  3. Komandir RKKA, I think it may be a 'Finnish Winter War Bothers-in-arms badge'. Regards, Graham
  4. Just a few of my French Victory medals: - Official type 1 - Designed by Pierre Alexander Morlon Unofficial type 1 - Designed by C.Charles Unofficial type 2 - Designed by Marcel Pautot and Louis Octave Mattei
  5. oliver860, Maybe it is me just being too pedantic. But these are the differences I can see. Here we go: -
  6. Here is my Greek 'Official Type 1' Victory medal: -
  7. Thanks for all the information in this thread. Below are my three Italian Victory medals: - Firstly - EMILIO SACCHINI Second - S. JOHNSON Lastly F.M. LORIOLI & CASTELLI I believe them all to be Official medals.
  8. Photo's of Hans Luthardt wearing his Knights Cross won on 31 July 1943 and his Father in uniform in France 1917. Being awarded the Knights Cross by General Elfeldt Luthardt's father in France in 1917
  9. Toot, Thanks for the question. The Knights Cross in the picture is a Steinhauer & Lück with an 800 marking on the cross. I will post these two photo's and one or two others in the 'Germany: Third Reich Awards, Decorations & Medals' section of the forum for any further review. Regards, Graham
  10. Great thread. I have this Cuban Vic medal which I believe is an Official type 1. Any opinions would be welcome.
  11. Oliver860, At first glance it looked like an Unofficial Type 1, as classified in the book 'World War 1 Victory Medals' by James P. Michels Jr. (jonnymac on this forum). But looking at it a little closer there seems to be too many differences, so in my opinion I do not think it is an original. Below is my 'Unoffical Type 1' for comparison. Regards, Graham
  12. IMP, You might find some useful information here: gmic.co.uk/topic/17032-long-range-desert-group-badges/ http://www.diggerhistory.info/pages-badges/lrdg.htm Regards, Graham
  13. Something bigger: - http://www.landships.info/landships/artillery_articles/38cm_haubitze_m16.html 38cm Haubitze M.16
  14. ww1.habsburger.net/en/media/m1915-75-cm-mountain-cannon-photo The M.1915 7.5 cm mountain cannon: -
  15. Interesting website:- http://www.austro-hungarian-army.co.uk/sturmtruppen.html
  16. davidck, I also recommend the 'World War I Victory medals' book, well worth the purchase price. Changes in the 'Expanded edition': -
  17. www.deviantart.com/klimbims/art/Vasily-Nimensky-Priest-of-the-military-hospital-452512950 Vasily Nimensky - Priest of the Vilna military hospital Participated in the First World War. During the War he was padre of the 106th Infantry Regiment Ufimsky. Along with the rest of the regiment after the Battle of Stalluponen was in German captivity. For bravery was awarded the Order of St. Anne 2nd Class with swords, and a medal.
  18. www.ebay.com/itm/h992-Russia-Ukraine-Romania-WWI-Cetatea-Alba-Military-Priest-war-decorations-/133013115237
  19. SMS Frankfurt: www.ebay.ie/itm/Foto-Ak-Wk1-Matrose-der-S-M-S-Frankfurt-N-20353-/382792076701?hash=item59202f8d9d SMS Pillau: www.wendland-archiv.de/details/Paul%20Matzante%20in%20Uniform%20der%20SMS%20Pillau/16741 SMS Regensburg: www.akpool.co.uk/postcards/26731866-foto-postcard-deutscher-matrose-in-uniform-muetzenband-sms-regensburg-rmelabzeichen-portrait SMS Wiesbaden: www.jutland1916.com/maybe-not-the-most-appropriate-salute-to-the-wiesbaden-memory/ The writer and poet, Johann Kinau, better known as Gorch Fock.
  20. Some of the other Imperial ships at Jutland, tallies in wear: - Starting with SMS Helgoland: www.stampcommunity.org/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=21046&whichpage=2 Next: - SMS Hessen: www.sammlermarkt-nord.net/shop/sailor-hessen-p-1241.html?language=en SMS Frauenlob: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anton_Schmitt Bootsmannsmaat Anton Schmitt (died 31 May 1916) was killed during the battle of Jutland. SMS Hamburg: www.europeana.eu/portal/en/record/2020601/contributions_12636.html SMS Stuttgart: www.ebay.ie/itm/Matrosen-der-SMS-Stuttgart-ca-1-Weltkrieg-German-marines-sailor-boys-RPPC-c-1915/273883825809?hash=item3fc4bf8691:g:b~EAAOSwRNRbCSmg
  21. Eric, Helpful pictures and great information. Thanks, Graham
  22. blog.operationwardiary.org/2015/02/13/the-german-army-during-the-first-world-war/ 'King Wilhelm II of Württemberg examining a flamethrower on the Western Front, April 1917.' Not sure if the man on the far left is standing in the ideal position.
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