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These are on the list already, I think, but still there might be additional information: 

Lt d R Rodrian, from Darmstädter Zeitung, 7th Sep 1918

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Dittmar, Darmstädter Zeitung, 26th Sep 1918

 

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Rodrian again, death notice, Gießener Anzeiger, 12th Sep 1918

Josef Gerhard, from Bonifatiusbote, 23. June 1918

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Do we have him already: Hauptmann Vüllers, IR 53.

From: 
5. Westf. Infanterie-Regiment Nr 53 im Weltkrieg 1914-1918, Sporn 1939. 

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What about Hauptmann Kaiser from IR 158?

Source: 

Geschichte des Paderborner Infanterie-Regiments (7. Lothr.) Nr. 158, 1939

 

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Hans Christian Schreiber, from Frankfurter Nachrichten und Intelligenzblatt, 02.10.1918 

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Death notice of Major Viktor Rose, from Frankfurter Zeitung und Handelsblatt, 06.12.1918 

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Death notice of Lt dR Willy Meyer, from Frankfurter Zeitung und Handelsblatt, 05.10.1918 

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Buddecke's name does not appear in the MAWB, but he does show up in the Staatsanzeiger. Here is an interesting one to Fritz-Otto Bernert. It's the first time I have seen his name in connection with the Hamburger Hanseatenkreuz. 

 

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Thanks for the first name of Clausen! There were two men with this name and rank in the Saxon SR 108. Until now I didn't know whether it was the aviator Hans who was the recipient. Now you have confirmed it! 

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This is from the "Festschrift zum fünfzigjährigen Jubiläum des Gymnasiums Neuwied", 1927

The "Ehrentafel der im Weltkriege gefallenen früheren Lehrer und Schüler":

 

Lt Otto Max Lenz, from IR 68 (it also says "Berufsoffizier" and lists his other awards): 

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On 12/11/2020 at 16:10, webr55 said:

Again, we have him already I think, but still: Olt Hans Clausen, from Jenaer Volksblatt, 1. September 1918 

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Hi,

I want to be sure, you are not talking about Leutnant Hans Clausen from FA 230 and who served in the FR 108 ?

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