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Daniel Krause

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  1. Brandensteins WW1 stuff was Plm, KO2X, BMV3XKr, HT, MMV1, OK1, something Finnish and ÖM3K. Best, Daniel
  2. Yes. WK2cX f. WK3X - officers cross instead of the earlier awarded knights cross. Best, Daniel
  3. Awards? Many from everywhere. RAO4, HOH3X, BMV3X, BMV4XKr, BrK2, HH, OK1, SA3aXKr, SEK2, WK2cX f.WK3X, BA2, DD2b, JM4, ÖEK3K, ÖFJ3, ÖM3K, SS2b, TM2, TI2X, TH You need some award rolls 🙂 did I mention that before? Best, Daniel
  4. Robert got quite alot. Wuerttemberg Frederick knight 1st class with swords, Prussian EK1, German KVK1 with swords in WW2 Ernestinian House Order knight 2nd class Finnland war medal 1918 Austrian Military merit cross and pilots badge Turkisch Osmanie 4th class, Liakat medal in silver with sabres and the Half Moon. Best, Daniel
  5. Great achievement!!! Thanks a lot!!! To find the remaining 50 active guys will be a quite hard task. Maybe the one or other might still turn up when Dave Danner might find some more in one of his projects or if we stumble across an award document. Best, Daniel
  6. Dobro! Pivo is a good idea!!! If you have access to ancestry.com you might find his personnel file. Best Daniel
  7. Very nice one!! Congratulations! There was only one bavarian Officer with that combination of awards. Captain Ludwig POLAND. born 1873 somehow, after the China campaign , he retired and was called back for WW1. The 1st ribbon by the way represents a WW1 4th class with crown and swords, I wonder, why Poland did not have the fitting attachment added... There is no long service award because he did not have enough active years to get it. Maybe after WW1, but this bar dates around 1916, I would guess. Best, Daniel
  8. @ Laurentius, If I remember correctly, as Czar Paul I. did reorganzie the Russian Orders system, at that time "only" Andreas, Newski and Anna, into one combined Order. As George and Wladimir were creations of his hated Mother Katharina, he did ignore them and the following Czars did award both Orders, George and Wladimir in the following 100+ years still out of the system. The George was a pure Military Order, the Wladimir was always something "special and on top" in the Russian award system. @ Deutschritter, exactly!!! Best, Daniel
  9. Äh, a little correction. The Wladimir was "out of the system". Andreas knights did get the Newski, White Eagle, Anna and Stanislaus if they did not already had it. If they did wear the Andreas on the collane, the Newski was worn on the sash, the White Eagle on the neck and the Anna at the medal bar. If they did wear the Andreas on the sash, the Newski was worn on the Neck and the White Eagle at the medal bar, the Anna was not worn in that case. ...and so on downwards to the knights of the White Eagle.... Anna 1 did not include Stanislaus 1. If a guy did get that kind of included lower Orders, only the highest Order was shown in the ranklist. Best, Daniel
  10. Hi Laurentius, Ruling Royalty and Princes would hardly get a RSt. They would rather start with a White eagle or Newski. Russian awards to Mecklenburg citizen - for that you need to check the Mecklenburg court and state handbooks. Best, Daniel
  11. Hi Laurentius, I can give you some numbers from my lists. In WW1 served the following number of Prussian Officers and Officials with the Stanislaus 1st class 29 2nd class 341 3rd class 448 Anna 1st class 26 2nd class 159 3rd class 379 Best, Daniel
  12. Du brauchst langsam mal 2-3 Verleihungslisten 1.WK, sonst wird das nix mit der Vollständigkeit... - Schwerter zum RAOGKKr, RAO3Kr und zum HOH1 - HOH3X - Schwerter zum HEK1 - BV2b - BMV2X, BMVOX - BrK2 - HH - MStMV2T - Schwerter zum OV1gKr - Schwerter zum EH1 - SMK - Schwerter zum WK1 - ÖM1K, ÖM2K Greetings Daniel
  13. Hi all, many thanks! Acc. the higher grades - yes, Schjerning and Hindenburg - and Moriz (indeed Moriz) v.Lyncker are already known. I am still stumbling with the 2 Bavarians above - Fischer and Reiß... As non-Prussians are more or less 100 % in the Militärkabinett-files, and a 1917 award should be listed either in the MWB or Staatsanzeiger or Bavarian Personalmitteilungen, if these might period mistakes. Nevertheless, I will add them with a questionmark. All the best, Daniel
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