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Here is another early stamp:

Infanterie-Lehr-Kompagnie der Feldkriegsschule 4

on December 21, 1916 it became Sturmbataillon Nr.4

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If I may offer my humble opinion...

1 + 2: Sturmlehrgang 111.Inf.Div.Front and reverse

3 + 4: Sturmabteilung 33.Inf.Div.

5: MW-Kp.170 Markendorf (MW Ers.Rgt.1 for Sturmbataillone)

6: Sturmabteilung 239.Inf.Div.

7. Sturm-Btl.Nr.16

8 + 9 Sturmkompanie 13 Front and reverse

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I see it occasionaly, but have not yet bought it.... I have a soldbuch to them... is it any good?

just bought a copy - book is written by the commander of the Btl, Ristow.

I will let you know when I get it

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Sturm Bataillon Nr.2 -

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After the armistice the Kgl. Pr.Sturmbataillon Nr 2 became in full part of Freikorps Feldmarschall Hindenburg - its new name: Sturmbataillon Freikorps Feldmarschall Hindenburg

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wow.... nice find!!!

Any interesting entries on the battle pages?

... not mine and no battle pages.

It was a simple "Erweiterung zum Militarpass".

If the actual Militarpass would have been part of it, it would have been a super score.

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Hello!

The FK Hindenburg was set-up feb., 13th, 1919 in Kolberg to protect the GHQ. It came from the protection-company of the GHQ (Sturm-Btl. 2, 5 and 7). In march it was raised to:

I. Sturmbataillon (later in october it became II./RW-Inf.Rgt.110 in Celle)

II. Garde-Gren.Btl. (from Garde-Gren.Rgt.5 Spandau - it became later in october IV./RW-Inf.Rgt.102 in Kolberg)

Kavallerie-Regiment:

1. (Drag.Rgt.16 Lüneburg)

2. (Jg.z.Pf.Rgt.5 Mülhausen)

3. (Garde-Ulanen-Rgt.2 Berlin)

The badge from FK Hindenburgf was "Collar-oakleaves with an "H"

Leader was Hauptmann Otto

They fought battles in Hannover and became later under command of the Division Münster during the action in the Ruhr-area (where I live...) At the beginning of those fight, they stood between Münster and Lüdinghausen. (By the way, my grandfather served in the FK Wesel, but he left in early 1919)

The Gruppe Division Münster was led by Generalmajor v. Preinitzer

The Untergruppe Hannover was led by Oberst Freiherr v. Ledebur

The II./Res.Inf.Rgt.110 (I don´t know, why it´s called here "Reserve" - source: Darstellungen aus den Nachkriegskämpfen dt. Truppen und Freikorps, vol.9) with the Sturm-Btl. 2,5 and 7 were increased by 4./Res.Art.Rgt.10.

The map is from "Das Buch vom deutschen Freikorps-Kämpfer".

Note: The town south of Münster is called "Lüdinghausen"! The written-down town "Lüdenschd" für "Lüdenscheid is wrong! Lüdenscheid is south of Hagen

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I see it occasionaly, but have not yet bought it.... I have a soldbuch to them... is it any good?

"Sturmgrenadiere"

History of Sturmbattaillon 7 by - Fritz Ristow

Chris, this is an excellent book. with detailed reports of trench raids ... and more!

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Sturmbataillon 7

Organisation and rank list Dec 1916

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Very neat.

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How about a, .... oh, I don't know ....

Sturmbataillon-Flammenwerferzug

Soldbuch?

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Sturm-Grenadier Soldbuch

It is different then most Soldbuch I have seen. More detailed in informantion about the man and his training.

Jager-Bataillon Nr.3 Flammenwerferzug

Fahrt Nr. 040400

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Here you have all the equipment given to a Sturm-Grenadier belonging to a Sturmbataillon

Note:carbine, pants with leather patches, Fusslappen, Bergschuhe, Wickelgamaschen

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Machine Gun 08/15 and pistol P08 shooting results

P08

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A nice period snapshot of a trained killer.

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