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Here is an interesting overview notice for the decorations that IR 51 had got (by August 1918). 

There is at least one new first name: Hauptmann Alfred Müller from Weilerbach 

 

Also some interesting statistics at the end.

 

From Schlesische Zeitung, 6.8.1918

 

 

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Another new first name: The Lt dL Thomas from IR 450 who is in our list is Max Thomas:

 

Regiment is not named in the death notice, but Maj Kaulbach was commander of IR 450. 

 

Also interesting: again another "only submitted" one according to the death notice, but we know he got the award through other sources. We should therefore list all submitted ones (at least in a separate category), even if we have no proof they got the award.

 

From Schlawer Zeitung, 1.11.1918

 

 

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Yet another (very late) submitted one who may well have got it:

 

Hptm dR Zimmer, BatKdr in einem niedersächsischen IR (I couldn't determine the exact regiment.)

 

This would be a new one, he is not in the list so far. 

 

From Schlesische Zeitung, Nov 1918 

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8 hours ago, webr55 said:

Hptm dR Zimmer, BatKdr in einem niedersächsischen IR (I couldn't determine the exact regiment.)

 

That would be Infanterie-Regiment Nr. 465. Hauptmann d.R. Karl Zimmer was a Leutnant d.R. in Jäger-Batallon Nr. 6 in 1914.

 

Regards

Glenn

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On 09/05/2021 at 15:38, Glenn J said:

 

That would be Infanterie-Regiment Nr. 465. Hauptmann d.R. Karl Zimmer was a Leutnant d.R. in Jäger-Batallon Nr. 6 in 1914.

 

Regards

Glenn

Great, thanks!

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Hptm Müller (IR 51) is Friedrich Alfred Müller, originally from IR 137. Born 25.03.1882 in Weilerbach. Probably the MWB dated 05.Sep.1918 (same date as Majors Nollau & v Sommerfeldt u Falkenhayn). 

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great stuff!!!

 

I am quite sure, that we have now more or less ALL Reserve and Landwehr guys.

there are only a handful listed in MWB and StAnz and not in the MilKab files.

The remaining missing 50-60 guys should be all active officers.

 

All the best

Daniel

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I guess we have him already, but just in case, here is a HHOX Komtur to a Geheimer Rat von Berg:

 

From Königsberger Hartungsche Zeitung, 25.5.1918

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The Wilhelmshavener Tageblatt (20.10.1918) reprinted these HHOX recipients, obviously based on the Staatsanzeiger entry from 17.10. I checked all the names, we have them all - except for one:

 

Hptm dL aD von Zwingler

 

--->    CORRECTION: "Zwingler" seems to be a typo. This is probably Hptm dL aD Rudolf von ZINGLER (in the list already).

 

 

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New first name: Lt Paul Soika from Stettin

 

From General-Anzeiger für Stettin und die Provinz Pommern, 6.11.1918

 

(the other two we have)

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New first name: Lt dR Ernst Josten from RJB4, KIA 1918

 

From Naumburger Tageblatt, 5.11.1918

 

 

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Another first name: Lt Bogislaw v. Dewitz gen. v. Krebs from IR 21, KIA 1918

 

From Naumburger Tageblatt, 14.11.1918

 

 

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15 minutes ago, webr55 said:

Yet another first name: Lt Hermann Bartels (Hannover), from RIR 73

 

From Kriegs-Zeitung der Jugendwehr Borkum, Mai 1919

 

 

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Hi,

it is the first time I heard that the Hohenzollern were awarded after the war. Great info then

 

Christophe

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8 minutes ago, Deruelle said:

Hi,

it is the first time I heard that the Hohenzollern were awarded after the war. Great info then

 

Christophe

No, his award was in the Staatsanzeiger on 24.9.1918. I just found his first name in this publication from 1919. 

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Rittmeister Kurt Müller was originally from UR 14:

 

From "Feldpost: Wöchentliches Nachrichtenblatt für die Feldtruppen", 19.10.1918

 

 

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Another submitted one, may well have got it:

Hptm dR Hans Jescheck, IR 157

 

From "Feldpost: Wöchentliches Nachrichtenblatt für die Feldtruppen", 26.10.1918

 

 

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Some more info on awards of Hptm Richard de Vivanco

 

From "Feldpost: Wöchentliches Nachrichtenblatt für die Feldtruppen", 9.11.1918

 

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New first name and more info on Olt Martin Jürgensmeyer

 

From "Feldpost: Wöchentliches Nachrichtenblatt für die Feldtruppen", 9.11.1918

 

 

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Maj Gans Edler zu Putlitz' first name is Gebhard:

 

From "Feldpost: Wöchentliches Nachrichtenblatt für die Feldtruppen", 16.11.1918

 

 

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First name: Lt dR Kurt Schaller from IR 85, KIA 1918

 

From "Feldpost: Wöchentliches Nachrichtenblatt für die Feldtruppen", 23.11.1918

 

 

 

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Another one for the "Submitted" category: RM Fritz Krause, JzP

 

From "Feldpost: Wöchentliches Nachrichtenblatt für die Feldtruppen", 30.11.1918

 

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This is probably the Lt dR Kuehl from FAR22 in our list:

 

Lt Heinrich Fritz Kühl

 

From "Feldpost: Wöchentliches Nachrichtenblatt für die Feldtruppen", 7.12.1918

 

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One of the Ottos: Hptm Albert Otto, died of the (probably Spanish) flu 1918

 

From "Feldpost: Wöchentliches Nachrichtenblatt für die Feldtruppen", 28.12.1918

 

 

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