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The Prussian

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  1. By the way... Actually I need a map showing the situation in Verdun-West (Malancourt and Avocourt forest) around mid until end of march 1916. Thanks a lot
  2. Hello! No, nothing special at this time. But sometimes I need this or that map and a couple of weeks ago it worked fine.
  3. Hello! Does anyone know, why all maps on this site are no longer visible? Each map is marked: XML invalid https://www.memoiredeshommes.sga.defense.gouv.fr/fr//arkotheque/inventaires/ead_ir_consult.php?fam=11&ref=FRSHD_AFGG_ead Thanks a lot!
  4. Hello! Anyway I don´t believe in a "G". But if it is a "G", could it stand for Garde? Just a guess...
  5. That´ spossible. Around Komotau were parts of Landwehr 9 and Infantry 92
  6. Ah, yes I see. I didn´t recognize it before! So which unit could it be?
  7. Hello! Thank you for those infos, but there ain´t no numbers at the collars. The patches are blank...
  8. Hello Bayern, Nickstrtenk and GreyC! Thanks a lot for your help! Yes, I meant the single circle! Thankx for the explanation! I know, Czech troops had french uniforms, but I wonder about the fourages. Are they french or czech? I also miss the collar numbers
  9. Hello Nickstrenk! Do you know, what the single circle means? The other one is for MG Troops.
  10. Hello! I received this nice detailed photo, but I only know, that one of the arm patches is from the MG-Troops. I wonder about the basence of the collar-numbers, which were worn in that era. The single circle is unknown to me. Has anyone infos about that troop and date, please? Thanks a lot in advance
  11. Hi! No, both collars have the same letter, number, or anything else... What do you think about the ribbons? EKII and ?
  12. Great find, Roman! Again another one, who is not listed in the casualty lists... Klasse Urkunde! Gefällt mir super!!!! Here three fellows from Sturmbataillon 10 (photo taken in Wilna)
  13. Hello Daniel! The unit in the stamp is: Reserve-Landwehr-Bataillon (Altona) N°86. Underneath the signature I read: "Prem.Lt. in Inf.Rgt.31" (1st lieutenant in Inf.Rgt.31) The Inf.Rgt.31 also was in Altona. It doesn´t exist a ranklist 1876, only a combined one for 1876/77. There I found in Inf.Rgt.31 a Prem.Lt. BRAMEREL I think that fits.
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