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It looks like we have him already, but still: death notice of Lt dR Friedrich Eversmeyer, 
Westfälische Neueste Nachrichten, 22.10.1918

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Similar: Lt dR Gustav Kolkmann (it however only says "eingereicht"/submitted to HHOX, so no guarantee he got it)

Westfälische Neueste Nachrichten, 15.10.1918

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Again, only submitted: Lt dR August Velhagen 


Westfälische Neueste Nachrichten, 26.10.1918

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We have a Lt Weil, but this might be a new one, an Olt dR Weil:

From Wiesbadener Tagblatt, 23.7.1918  

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More info on awards of Hptm Kamcke:

Wiesbadener Tagblatt, 1.5.1918

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Leut. d. Res. Gerhard (Emil Ferdinand) SIEDSCHLAG (FR34), * 06. Nov. 1894 in Grabow / Stettin.
(EK2: 27. Jan. 1915; EK1: 30. March 1917; HOH3x: 09. Oct. 1918, VWA mattweiss: 13. Oct. 1918)
13. March 1915: Gefreiter; 01. Aug. 1915: Unteroffz.; 20. Aug. 1915 Vizefeldwebel; 30. April 1916 Leut. d. Res.
https://veryimportantlot.com/de/lot/view/estate-of-a-lieutenant-d-r-of-the-fsilier-regim-229795
😙 Best regards, Jens

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Hptm Edgar Wulf was from FAR 99:

 

Vossische Zeitung, 7.11.1918

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Ok, this is not HHOX, but could this be a new addition to the White Falcon rolls?

Lt dR Kurt Leitholf

Vossische Zeitung, 15.11.1918

 

 

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Wow!

@ Matty, Müller, Hans - I have "only" a EK1 and the Baden Zähringer Löwe for him.

@ Webr, Leitholf - indeed a new GSF3bX! Among the native Weimar guys, quite a lot of the GSF3bX are missing in the roll. Bressem - indeed new!

@ Komtur, thats a new one! Thanks!

 

Best,

Daniel

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Saxon Lt Rudolph Gaudlitz was submitted to HHOX, but not sure he got it:

From Vossische Zeitung, 21.8.1918

 

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Some additional info on Hptm iG Walther Potthoff: 

Vossische Zeitung, 27.8.1918

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