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MStMV2s from the "C" Roll. Laufende Nummern down far left on original and far right on transcription-- total so far down far left on that. ACTUAL SIZE AS VIEWED

and the same entries transcribed:

before being alphabetized and Krause-formatted. Data in red and brackets already added by me in 1st pass as typed.

Which would you prefer thousands and thousands (and thousands) of lines of? :catjava:

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Rolls,

Hello i am happy to announce that i am working on the following Belgian (and also in some cases their Congo precedent) orders awarded towards German subjects untill 1914:

* Belgian Order of Leopold

* Belgian Order of the Crown

* Belgian Order of Leopold II

* Belgian Order of the African Lion

* Belgian Order of the African star

All listst are still worked upon and i think the first result will be available during this year.

I will keep you updated as work does progress.

Cordial greetings,

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Since I already have both enormously heavy tomes and Daniel has no new stuff for me to slave over, I am winnowing out the NONCOMBATANT Saxe-Meiningen 1914-19 War Merit Medals from the :speechless1::speechless1: 23,000 or so total that are overwhelmingly on combatant ribbons.

The "SMM-NK"s were not included in our Triple Ernestine Duchies WW1 award rolls volume because the recipients are normally not traceable, being rear area/overaged NCO types.

But since it is perpetually freakishly COLD that there is NO melting, NO thawing-- and thus not a thing I can do beyond what I have done for the ice problems here... will type these SMM-NKs up out of boredom.

At least that will result in finally knowing how many there were. :catjava:

Now, going through the first 200 pages (to beginning of August 1915) of the SMM roll today ( 14 to a page = 2,800 entries)--

2,643 were combatant ribbons (and mercifully NOT typing THOSE :rolleyes: )

while only

157 were on the noncombatant ribbon

which works out to about 1: 17 for non-combatant:combatant--so far.

Of the 157

71 were to civilians (3 of these changed to combatant ribbon later or revoked)

and

86 were to military personnel (of which 17 were to Saxons-- and 4 of the 86 total revoked)

....

SMM-NK Roll completed. And now I know. :catjava:

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Hi,

my longest, stupid work since years - the prussian ranklist 1914 combined with the Dienstalterlisten 1914 - 1918.... :banger::banger::banger:

Arnim,von

Kdr. IR 93 (+ 26.08.1914),Inf

Pr O 27.01.1914 - 99.99.9999

Pr OTL 21.04.1911 - 27.01.1914

Pr M 15.09.1904 - 21.04.1911

Pr H 14.09.1893 - 15.09.1904

Pr PL 19.09.1888 - 14.09.1893

Pr SL 16.10.1879 - 19.09.1888

MSw MSwW 3 06 05 1914

Pr PDA25 06 05 1914

Pr PKrO 3 06 05 1914

Pr PRAO 4 06 05 1914

SaW SaWF 3b 06 05 1914

Arnim,von

IR 19 (+ Kdr. IR 190 + Kdr. LwBez Beuthen/Schlesien),Inf

Pr O zD 24.06.1916 - 99.99.9999

Pr O 15.01.1915 - 24.06.1916

Pr OTL 18.02.1913 - 15.01.1915

Pr M 13.09.1906 - 18.02.1913

Pr H 12.09.1896 - 13.09.1906

Pr PL 27.01.1891 - 12.09.1896

Pr SL 13.09.1882 - 27.01.1891

Pr PDA25 06 05 1914

Pr PJoh R 06 05 1914

Pr PRAO 4 06 05 1914

Arnim,von

Kdr. 5. KBr + U J?gRzuPf 6 (+ 19.09.1914),Kav

Pr O 22.04.1912 - 99.99.9999

Pr OTL 20.04.1909 - 22.04.1912

Pr M 12.09.1902 - 20.04.1909

Pr RM 15.07.1893 - 12.09.1902

Pr PL 16.04.1888 - 15.07.1893

Pr SL 17.04.1880 - 16.04.1888

Anh AnhAdB 2b 06 05 1914

Bra BrHdL 3a 06 05 1914

HSH HSHE 2b 06 05 1914

Pr PDA25 06 05 1914

Pr PKrO 3 06 05 1914

Pr PRAO 3 mSchl 06 05 1914

Reu? Reu?E 2 06 05 1914

Siam SiamK 3 06 05 1914

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Hi.

Can someone please do a lookup in the Oldenburg-Rolls for Konrad Appelbaum, Hauptmann d.Res. in IR 134.

In 1906 he received the Ehrenritterkreuz 2nd class. I?m searching informations, what he do in civilian life.

Thanks so far.

Gru? Stefan

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Hi.

Can someone please do a lookup in the Oldenburg-Rolls for Konrad Appelbaum, Hauptmann d.Res. in IR 134.

In 1906 he received the Ehrenritterkreuz 2nd class. I?m searching informations, what he do in civilian life.

Thanks so far.

Gru? Stefan

The Ehrenritterkreuz 2. Kl. he got in 1906, February 27th. He was a "Postinspektor" in Berlin.

Best regards

Kapitular

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...some results of my database...at first Anhalt

Hi Werner

from when to when is this Anhalt list? I would be very interested in some recipients in the 2nd half of the 19th century. Do you have such kind of data for all classes?

regards

David

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