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Hi folks,

here is a new interesting photo from Lippe....

Backwards you can find the words "Gauf?hrer Friedrich Pastor"

Pastor is wearing the IC 1st class 1914, the (silver) wound-badge and on his ribbon-bar:

-IC 2nd class 1914

-military merit medal Lippe-Detmold

-war merit cross Lippe-Detmold :jumping:

Ooops, there is something else...he is wearing a Stahlhelmbund-badge and the "Bundesstern des Stahlhelmbundes" ("F?hrerstern").

There were only a few "Landesf?hrer" of the Stahlhelm-Bund, but I haven?t any information about Friedrich Pastor.

Can anybody help me?

Best regards


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Too bad he didn't get an LDH4bX! :banger:

I can't find anything either-- not in Wer Ist's, or in 5,000 K?pfe. You'll have to go look at his receipts.

He looks awfully young to have been in the top local veterans job. Not an officer before the war. The Pastor family seemss to have originated around Aachen, so not a native Detmolder?

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