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On 3/10/2016 at 07:13, arb said:

Chris,

#122 is Dziobek.  However, I can't tell you which one for certain (though I tend to think it was Otto from IR 162), as the Ehrenrangliste does not list any of them as having RIR 74 as a last command.

Andy

 

It's probably Julius from the Kriegsschule in Hannover and RIR 92.  RIR 74 was a Hannoverian/Oldenburg regiment and was in the same brigade as RIR 92 for the first two years of the war.  Otto was still in IR 162 as recently as November 1917, when he received the Schwarzburg Ehrenkreuz.

Dave

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Hi Chris,
a Major von Langerke was commander: http://wiki-de.genealogy.net/IR_410
Best regards,
Jens

 

addition: as Andy wrote "Lengerke" - in Hartwig Busche Formationsgeschichte it's wrong writen.

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Chris,

That would be Albert von Lengerke (1868-1923).  In 1914 he as a staff major in IR 49.

 

Andy

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Chris,

Looks like (Georg) Keller, (Kurt) Davids, Frhr. von Gienanth, (Max) Winter and Hptm. Fitzer. 

The odd thing is that there was only one Frhr. von Gienanth, Kurt, in 1914.  He made Major on 22.03.1916 but was a cavalry officer and general staff officer who went on to become a Wehrmacht Gen.d.Kav.  At the time the doc was signed, he supposedly was the Ia of the Garde Kav. Div.  Curious.......

Andy

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Chris,

Recognizing that a person's signature does not always resemble his name, here are my suggestions:

Helmut Witting

Karl Schultz was commander of 1. Matr. Art. R. 25.07.18-23.11.1918, but it looks like someone signed for him, but I can't make out the name.

Otto Schulze-Höing

Titus Türk

Hermann Brinkhaus

Andy

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Chris,

Oberst Reinhold Stühmke.

Regards

Glenn

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Hi Chris,

Hermann v. Brandenstein.

Regards

Glenn

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Is this recognizable? The Regimentskommandeur of Landwehr-Inf.Reg 4.

LuWesz-EisernesKreuz - Unterschrift von OTL wer.JPG

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On 5/8/2016 at 22:30, Chris Boonzaier said:

I think the Bavarian is Botz? Can anyone figure out the first name?botz.JPG

He has that most German of first names, "German".

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Chris, the first MGSSA doc is signed by Hptm. Freiherr v. Liliencron, but I don't know which Liliencron this would be.

The second appears to be "_eydenhauß", but I can't figure out the first letter or find anyone who matches.

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