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  1. 20 minutes ago, dedehansen said:

    Hi Igor,

    but this book has a lot of pages, is it possible

    to get access to this book?

    Another possibility for your cross could be the Regimentsgeschichte

    from this regiment, if such one exists.

    Regards
    Andreas

    No Information In russian archive ... 

    I sent email to Austrian :) 

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    Spanish silver cross of Order of Isabelle established in 1903. 

    in 1903 few austrians receive Prussian medal of Order of Red Eagle - 

    Fortunatus Klun, Hof-Saal-Kammerdiener, Saaldienst, Obersthofmeister Staab, Austria Hungary; awarded 1903

    Adolf Zimmerman, Hof-Saal-Türhüter, Saaldienst, Obersthofmeister Staab, Austria Hungary; awarded 1903

    Thomas Drozda, Hof-Saal-Türhüter, Saaldienst, Obersthofmeister Staab, Austria Hungary; awarded 1903

    Franz Fahnier, Hof-Saal-Türhüter, Saaldienst, Obersthofmeister Staab, Austria Hungary; awarded 1903

    Josef Kramlinger, Hof-Saal-Türhüter, Saaldienst, Obersthofmeister Staab, Austria Hungary; awarded 1903

    Josef Blaha, Hof-Saal-Türhüter, Saaldienst, Obersthofmeister Staab, Austria Hungary; awarded 1903

    Georg Schögl, Hof-Saal-Türhüter, Saaldienst, Obersthofmeister Staab, Austria Hungary; awarded 1903 

    Information from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_the_Red_Eagle#Medal_for_Enlisted_Men

  2. 13 hours ago, dedehansen said:

    Hi Igor,

    a possibility would be to contact the war archives in vienna

    http://www.oesta.gv.at/site/7817/default.aspx

    kapost@oesta.gv.at    

    Maybe they are able to help you with your cross.

     

    Which book do you use?

    I am looking for a german recipient from the Germen French war 1870 / 71

    http://gmic.co.uk/topic/68973-george-cross-4th-class/#comment-639468

    Every help appreciated.

    Kind regards

    Andreas

    Andreas, 

    In all books Information from this roll, 

    and hier no names of soldiers - only "for austrians" , 

    4 names from 20 :( 

     

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    " may 1874" 

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    Februar 1874 - visit of Imperator Franz Joseph to Russia ... 

  3. I have these medals ( without XII years cross and without spanish cross ) 

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    russian cross of st. George number 29968

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    In 1972 y. 20 Austrian soldiers receive st. George crosses , but in russian archive we have only four names. 

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    May be I can receive Information from some austrian book or archive ? 

    Thank you ! :beer:

  4. Mikulas, great awards and memory !!! 

    On 7 במרץ 2016 at 21:20, Gerd Becker said:

    Here are some of my ribbonbars. All of them are of the D-profile type and i believe they are all real.

    Lets start with what i think is a double Red Banner of Labor and a meritious Labor in GPW medal:SovietLaborRB2.jpg.0f42946eaad099eafde9c

    Next up is a slightly strange ribbonbar with a Lenin, Red Banner of Labor, and a meritious Labor in GPW:SovietLaborRB3.jpg.ea9025164b84dc2d2a5f0

    This one has a Badge of honor:SovietLaborRB5.jpg.63ac6966e2408e2dcb705

    Medal for Valiant Labor and Meritious Labor in GPW and Veteran of Labor:SovietLaborRB8.jpg.5479fe61416f5e1579599

    Medal for Valiant Labor:SovietLaborRB7.jpg.48a1da8a4430b6dacf94c

    and this one. Okay, its just a Veteran of Labor Medal but i really like it:SovietRB1.jpg.f9adf09cfbedca6f9d37f2099c

     

    I have this ribbonsbar :) 

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  5. 2 minutes ago, ilieff said:

    Pavlov is a professor in Economics and [should] knows how to sell his stuff.

    prof. Pavlov not sell this book on eBay for $180. 

    Some seller from Bulgaria want this price. 

    In Bulgaria you can pay for this book for 170-200 Bulgarian Levs - 105-120 US$ . 

     

    Professor of Economics can make sate and can sell book to collectors for good price ( and with autographe :) )

  6. 3 hours ago, Carol I said:

    It is quite a lot to translate, but in essence this is a collection of legal copies of documents regarding the participation of a Jewish sergeant, David Senfeld/Seinfeld from Roman, to the Independence War. Apparently, he had received the Silver Military Medal and the Defenders of the Independence Medal in 1878, the Russian Commemorative Medal in 1881 and the second class of the Faithful Service Medal in 1883. He was naturalised as a Romanian citizen in 1879.

    Thank you ! 

    Who need copy's of these documents in 1940 ? And why ? 

    ( I have simple Romanian, I was born in small town Reni on Danube :) )

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