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Pinback is brunswick!!! Did not come in my mind!

I checked for W?rttemberg and Reu?.....

As easy as it can be.

Ernst Bernhard von Uechtritz u.Steinkirch,

in 14 Oberst Cdr HR 17, then GL Kdr 49.RD,

1862-1945,

plm, RAO2EX, KO4, Joh, DA, BrH2c, LDH2, MG2b, JZ3, RA3, RSt2

Christophe, You are only allowed to read this if You send me a nice scan!!!!

Best regards

Daniel

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Hi gentlemen!

A very nice pic of Ernst Bernhard von Uechtritz u.Steinkirch. Is this the same von Uechtritz u.Steinkirch who was Kommandant of Tr. ?bpl. Sennelager from 1932 - 1933?

Many thanks for any help,

VJK

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VJ,

the commandant of Truppen?bungsplatz Senne was Oberstleutnant Heinz v. Uechtritz und Steinkirch. If memory serves me right, the unfortunate colonel accidentally drowned in a pond in Sennelager camp.

Regards from Sennelager

Glenn

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#166 is driving me crazy--

the ONLY regimental officer I can find with PLM, OK1, AND MK1 was Otto Karl Hans Freiherr von Brandenstein (1865-1945) who was in Hessian Life Dragoons Regiment 23 in 1914 (with LITZEN), Pour le Merite 15.5.18 as the cavalry brigade commander in Finland... Generalmajor 18.10.18 and char Generalleutnant aD as a PLM holder on Tannenbergtag in 1939.

But no collar Litzen! :banger:

Nobody else! :banger:

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Hi Christophe,

Many thanks for posting the pic of Roeder - he has been a very elusive character. He is one of the "Tannenberg" generals who received a promotion to char.General der Infanterie on 27 Aug 1939 on the 25th anniversary of the Battle of Tannenberg.

Best regards,

VJK

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