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  1. Here is my best .... More details here... http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/topic/49145-bavarian-gold-bravery-medal-group/?hl=riethmann#entry452231
  2. Hello, here is a video I did with Legacy Collectables about my great grandfather who was a KPD spy inside the Nazi Party and the SS. If you have any further questions about his story, his life or for any more details, please do ask!
  3. Hello guys, Here is a medal bar that I just got today. It features a non-combatant EK2, Bavarian MVO4, and Hindenburg Cross. I'm thinking that because of the presence these decorations/orders, plus the 1922-34 Red Cross Decoration, that this bar most likely belonged to a doctor. Does anyone have any other opinions about this? Hope you like it! Thank you & best regards, Tom
  4. Kreß von Kressenstein, Friedrich Siegmund Georg Freiherr * 24. April 1870 in Nürnberg † 16. Oktober 1948 in München Chef des Generalstabs des 8. türkischen Armeekorps Kommandeur des 1. türkischen Expeditionskorps Kommandeur des 22. türkischen Armeekorps Kommandeur der 8. türkischen Armee Kommandeur der Deutschen Kaukasusexpedition Artillerieführer VII Kommandeur der 7. Division und Befehlshaber im Wehrkreis VII Oberbefehlshaber des Gruppenkommandos 2 Highest rank reached: General der Artillerie Ritter des Ordens "Pour le Mérite" (PLM) Kommandeurkreuz des Militär-Max Joseph-Ordens https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Freiherr_Kress_von_Kressenstein https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Kreß_von_Kressenstein_(General_der_Artillerie) https://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Personenregister/K/KressvKressensteinFriedrichFreiherr.htm
  5. This is noting exotic, but I thought someone could help identify what medals these ribbons might be for. I'm not a medals guy and only know the basics. Would this more likely be an officer's or an NCOs bar? Thanks in advance. Chip
  6. I know we have a long Bavarian thread... but wanted to do a dedicated one as well.... What/Which is the best Bavarian MVO4 maker/Variation, in your opinion? And which is the worst? Thanks Chris
  7. Krafft von Dellmensingen, Konrad * 24. November 1862 in Laufen † 22. Februar 1953 in Seeshaupt 1907 Kommandeur des bayerischen 11. Feldartillerie-Regiments 1908 Abteilungschef im bayerischen Kriegsministerium 1911 Kommandeur der bayerischen 4. Feldartillerie-Brigade 1912 Chef des Generalstabes der bayerischen Armee 1914 Chef des Generalstabes der 6. Armee 1915 Kommandeur des Deutschen Alpenkorps 1917 Chef des Generalstabes der Heeresgruppe Herzog Albrecht 1917 Chef des Generalstabes der 14. Armee 1918 Chef des Generalstabes der 17. Armee 1918 Kommandierender General des II. bayerischen Armeekorps 1918 zur Disposition gestellt Highest rank reached: General der Artillerie Ritter des Ordens "Pour le Mérite" mit Eichenlaube (PLM EL) Großkreuz des Militär-Max-Joseph-Ordens (BMJ2) Komtur des Kgl. Württembergischen Militärverdienstordens (WM2) https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Konrad_Krafft_von_Dellmensingen https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Konrad_Krafft_von_Dellmensingen http://prussianmachine.com/aka/krafft.htm
  8. Ruith, Adolf Ritter von * 11. Mai 1872 in Bamberg † 5. Oktober 1950 in Gauting 1918 Chef des Generalstabes des Generalkommandos z.b.V. Nr. 63 1918 Chef des Generalstabes des Generalkommandos z.b.V. Nr. 57 1918 Kommandeur des Grenzschutzes Süd 1919 Chef des Generalstabes des II. Armeekorps 1919 Kommandeur des Reichswehr-Schützen-Regiments 42 1920 Chef der Inspektion des Erziehungs- und Bildungswesens 1921 Chef des Stabes der 7. (Bayer.) Division 1922 Kommandeur des 19. (Bayer.) Infanterie-Regiments 1923 Infanterieführer VII 1928 Kommandeur der 7. (Bayer.) Division und Befehlshaber im Wehrkreis VII 1930 verabschiedet Highest rank reached: Charakter als General der Infanterie Ritter des Militär-Max-Joseph-Ordens (BMJ3) https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolf_von_Ruith https://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Personenregister/R/RuithAdolfRitterv.htm
  9. Friedmann, Ludwig * 18. Mai 1866 in Bayreuth † 21. November 1918 in Ingolstadt 28.01.1908 Waffeninspizient bei der Militär-Schießschule 09.03.1910 bei der Inspektion der Technischen Instituten 01.10.1913 Kommandeur des II. Bataillons des 13. bayerischen Infanterie-Regiments 05.09.1914 verwundet 13.09.1914 zum 13. Infanterie-Regiment zurück 26.12.1914 Führer des 7. bayerischen Infanterie-Regiments 11.01.1915 zum 13. Infanterie-Regiment zurück 25.01.1915 Führer des 13. bayerischen Infanterie-Regiments 01.03.1915 zum II./13. Infanterie-Regiment zurück 26.04.1915-06.05.1918 Führer bzw. Kommandeur des 23. bayerischen Infanterie-Regiments 01.04.1916 verwundet 30.03.1917-01.04.1917 stellv. Führer der 6. bayerischen Infanterie-Brigade 08.03.1918-26.03.1918 stellv. Führer der 6. bayerischen Infanterie-Brigade Highest rank reached: Oberst (28.05.1918)
  10. EK2 with 1939 spange BMV4X Hindenburg Tyrol campaign DA25 DA12 What I see is a Bavarain officier with WWI service, probable Lt., who stayed in between the wars and served in WWII. I have never been able to find him. With new sources that have become available in the last few years I thought I would post this.
  11. Speidel, Maximilian Freiherr von * 13. September 1856 in München † 24. Februar 1943 ebenda 1908 Kommandeur der 3. Bayerischen Kavallerie-Brigade 1911 zur Disposition gestellt 1914 Kommandeur der 6. Bayerischen Reserve-Division 1915 Abteilungschef im Bayerischen Kriegsministerium 1915 Staatsrat 1919 verabscheidet Highest rank reached: General der Kavallerie https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maximilian_von_Speidel https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maximilian_von_Speidel
  12. Pechmann, Friedrich Hermann Johannes Otto Freiherr von * 28. Juli 1862 † 6. Dezember 1919 1912 Kommandeur des Bayerischen Infanterie-Leibregiments 1914 Kommandeur der 15. Bayerischen Reserve-Infanterie-Brigade 1917 Kommandeur der 1. Bayerische Reserve-Division Highest rank reached: Generalleutnant Ritter des Kgl. Bayerischen Militär-Max-Joseph-Ordens (BMJ3)
  13. Lobenhoffer, Karl Ritter von * 4. September 1843 in Erding † 19. Oktober 1901 in München 1891-1894 Kommandeur des 10. bayerischen Infanterie-Regiments 1894-1896 Kommandeur der 3. bayerischen Infanterie-Brigade 1896-1901 Chef des Generalstabes der Bayerischen Armee 1896-1901 zugleich m.d.W.d.G. des Inspekteurs der Militärbildungsanstalten beauftragt Highest rank reached: Generalleutnant Ritter des Verdienstordens der Bayerischen Krone https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_von_Lobenhoffer
  14. Fehl, Johannes Paul Julius * 3. März 1868 in Paris, France † 20. April 1947 01.10.1913 Kommandeur der Bayerischen Artillerie- und Ingenieurschule 02.08.1914 Kommandeur des Bayerischen Reserve-Fußartillerie-Regiments Nr. 2 06.04.1915 1. Artillerie-Offizier vom Platz in Namur 26.04.1916 Kommandeur des Bayerischen Landwehr-Fußartillerie-Regiments Nr. 1 14.01.1917 Bayerischer General der Fußartillerie Nr. 2 23.02.1917 Kommandeur des Bayerischen 4. Fußartillerie-Regiments 30.06.1917 Bayerischer Artillerie-Kommandeur Nr. 19 20.10.1918 Bayerischer Artillerie-Kommandeur Nr. 15 11.01.1919 Kommandeur des Bayerischen 2. Fußartillerie-Regiments 07.04.1919 Kommandeur der Regierungstruppen in Bamberg 24.04.1919 zur Verfügung gestellt 04.05.1919 Kommandeur der Regierungstruppen in Schweinfurt 23.07.1919 Kommandant der Festung Ingolstadt 04.10.1919 zur Abwicklungsstelle des 2. Fußartillerie-Regiments 09.04.1920 mit dem 31.03.1920 verabschiedet Highest rank reached: Generalmajor a.D.
  15. Hauenschild, Bruno, ab 1918 "Ritter von Hauenschild" * 9. Juni 1896 in Würzburg † 10. März 1953 in München 1935 Kommandeur der Kraftfahr-Abteilung München 1935 Kommandeur der Aufklärungs-Abteilung (motorisiert) 7 1938 Kommandeur des Aufklärungs-Regiments 9 1939 Kommandeur des Panzer-Regiments 7 1941 Kommandeur der Panzer-Brigade 4 1942 Kommandeur der 24. Panzer-Division 1943 Kommandeur die Schulen für Panzertruppen 1945 Kommandierender General des stellv. III. Armeekorps und Befehlshaber im Wehrkreis III 1915 Kampfkommandant von Berlin Highest rank reached: Generalleutnant Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes (RK) - 25.8.1941 Eichenlaub zum Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes (EL) - 27.9.1942 Ritterkreuz des Kgl. Bayerischen Militär-Max-Joseph-Ordens (BMJ3) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruno_Ritter_von_Hauenschild https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruno_von_Hauenschild https://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Personenregister/H/HauenschildB.htm
  16. Saur, Otto Ritter von * 1. März 1876 in Kolbermoor, Aibling, Bayern † 3. Juni 1954 in Gauting, Starnberg 1918 Kommandeur des 30. Kgl. Bayerisches Infanterie-Regiments 1925-27 Kommandeur des 21. (Bayer.) Infanterie-Regiments 1927-28 Kommandant von München 1939-40 Kommandeur der Division z.b.V. 407 1941-42 Kommandeur der Kriegsgefangenen im Wehrkreis VII Highest rank reached: Generalleutnant z.V. Ritter des Kgl. Bayerischen Militär-Max-Joseph-Ordens (BMJ3) https://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Personenregister/S/SaurOttoRitterv.htm
  17. Möhl, Arnold Ritter von * 26. März 1867 in Nandlstadt † 27. Dezember 1944 in Starnberg 15.10.1911 Chef des Generalstabes des III. bayerischen Armeekorps 28.03.1913 Direktor der bayerischn Kriegsakadademie 29.07.1914 Kommandeur des 6. bayerischen Infanterie-Regiments 06.03.1915 Chef des Generalstabes des I. bayerischen Armeekorps 13.09.1916 Kommandeur der 12. bayerischen Infanterie-Brigade 16.01.1917 Kommandeur der 16. bayerischen Infanterie-Division 26.09.1919 Kommandeur des Gruppenkommandos 4 und Befehlshaber im Wehrkreis VII 10.01.1920 Kommandeur der 7. Division, Befehlshaber im Wehrkreis VII und Landeskommandant von Bayern 01.01.1923 Oberbefehlshaber des Gruppenkommandos 2 31.12.1924 verabschiedet 25.08.1913 Oberst 08.04.1915 Generalmajor 16.06.1920 Generalleutnant 01.01.1923 General der Infanterie Ritter des Ordens "Pour le Mérite" (PLM) Ritter des Kgl. Bayerischen Militär-Max-Joseph-Ordens (BMJ3) https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arnold_von_Möhl https://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Personenregister/M/MoehlArnoldRitterv.htm From 1920: From 1922: From 1924:
  18. One should think that general offices would know the regulations ........ or perhaps Herr Generalleutnant is making a fashion statement? Best wishes, Sandro
  19. Here we have an ordensspange consisting of official, and less official, medals which were awarded to a Bavarian soldier of Königlich Bayerische 12. Infanterie-Regiment Prinz Arnulf. It consists of: * Iron Cross II Class * 1914-1918 Hindenburg Medal * 1814-1914 12 Royal Bavarian Infantry Regiment Medal * 1813-1913 Major v. Lutzow Medal The reverse: Other than being a Bavarian, all that can be deduced by this medal group is that he was a pre-war serving soldier (c.1913) who survived until at least 1933. Interestingly, the medal ribbons for the latter two medals are "borrowed" from other veteran associations medals, making the group a little unique. Below I have included a photo of the 1813-1913 Major v. Lutzow Medal for closer examination. Below is a photo of the 1814-1914 12 Royal Bavarian Infantry Regiment Medal for closer examination. 12 Royal Bavarian Infantry Regiment:1814-1914 The Regiment formed in Wurzburg in 1814 and fought during the 1815 Campaign against France. During the 1866 War Bavaria famously sided with Austria, losing to Prussia, later fighting alongside Prussia during the 1870-1871 Franco-Prussian War. Kaisheim Guard Command, 1913 12 Royal Bavarian Infantry Regiment: 1914-1918 The Regiment served exclusively on the Western Front during the Great War. More detail can be read at: Königlich Bayerisches 12. Infanterie-Regiment „Prinz Arnulf“ – Wikipedia 12 Royal Bavarian Infantry Regiment: 1919-1921 Following the Armistice, remnants of the regiment returned to Bavaria (only 193 of the 3,400 original men of the regiment survived). The regiment was demobilised at Neu-Ulm, however, elements joined the Graf Security Battalion of the Freikorps on n1 March 1919. It comprised of four companies, and from May included an additional MG company. The former regimental staff from Königlich Bayerische 12. Infanterie-Regiment Prinz Arnulf formed the staff of Freikorps Wolf in April 1919. The rest of the formation formed in June, alongside 1 Battalion, Reichswehr-Infanterie-Regiment 43. In August 1921 11 Company, 19 (Bavaran) Infantry Regiment took over Königlich Bayerische 12. Infanterie-Regiment Prinz Arnulf. Thanks for reading and feel free to leave any feedback!
  20. Hi all, I have here a couple of Bavarian medal groups here to show. I imagine that the first group was a pre-war professional who was promoted through the ranks (judging by the MMO). The second a pre-war professional NCO (??). Any clarification is always appreciated The first includes the MMO IV Class, EKII, Hanseatic Cross (Hamburg), & the IX Years Service Medal. The second group includes the Military Merit Cross II Class (with swords), EKII, Hindenburg Medal, IX Years Service Medal, 1905 Jubilee Medal, & the XXIV Years Service Medal. I’ll post some more from Bavaria anon, as well as more from my collection (if you would be interested in having a peek?!). Take care everyone & stay safe!
  21. Dear forumites I would like to show you a “Leiber” (K.B. Inf. Leib-Regt) Officer spiked helmet, purchased some years ago, with a crowned chypher “P” (Herzog/ducal crown https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herzogskrone or Landgraf/count crown https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landgrafenkrone https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Can the original wearer of this spiked helmet be researched? I guess there weren’t many officers with such high aristocratic title in that regiment... I noticed some notable aristocratic names beginning with P in that regiment, but I’m not so sure. Thank you in advance for your valuable comments and inputs. Best regards, Claudio
  22. Dear forumites, My brother lately acquired a very nice high officer's portrait in oil colours under glass (therefore the reflection on the picture, sorry!). which still has the original frame. As you can see this high officer is wearing a EK1 1914 and a medal bar composed by the following orders and medals: Kingdom of Bavaria, BMVO3 mit Krone und Schwerter Kingdom of Prussia, EK2 1914 KuK Austria-Hungary (?), goldene Tapferkeitsmedaille (?) Free City of Hamburg (?), Hanseatenkreuz Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, war cross 2nd class Kingdom of Saxony, AO1X Kingdom of Bavaria, DA 25 Jahre Kingdom of Prussia, Zentenarmedaille KuK Austria-Hungary, MVK3 Is an identification of this highly decorated officer possible? Thank you in advance for your most appreciated inputs and comments. Cordially, Claudio
  23. Hello Gentlemen, Im looking for infos about this condecoration (Institution, rules) Can Anyone help me? Thx in advance Alexandre
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