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I am out of town and can't post a picture but I did want to ask a general question. I have a ribbon bar with the standard Saxon awards of St. Henry, Military Service and Sax-Albert. The EK is present and the next ribbon is the Brunswich was service (Brk). Can anyone think of a Saxon/Brunswick connection? Also the last 2 ribbons at TR 12 and 2 long service.

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Chrisophe-- that's the later Luftwaffe Generalmajor Severin Schroeder (1880-1953) so while we don't know WHEN he got his "BrK"

he served in Saxon Inf Rgt 103 to the end of July 1915, then in IR 242 to December 1915, and in IR 243 until May 1918, when he became Adjutant of the XIIth Reserve Corps to war's end.

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