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Hi Christophe. Are you sure with Max von Hopffgarten in Post 215? A friend of mine said, that the same pic is in regimental history of Reserve-Jäger-Batl. 26 and it says that this is Oberst Pudor.

Gruß Stefan

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Unknown officer who wore proudly his new iron cross 2nd class

Christophe

#238 is a great picture - good example of a Saxon IOD in wear. Absolutely love this picture Christophe love.gif I don't happen to have a picture of one of these degens in wear unfortunately...yet. My interests while collecting swords always seemed to stray to the Cavalry side of things, but these are truly beautiful and very distinctive degens.

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Santa has come early to your house this year. :catjava::cheers:

Not often to see an Imperial General officer wearing a wound badge.

The Wehrmacht Major (E) with SMK will be impossible unless you can see what number is on his shoulder board. All that says is "Our major at the oath taking/swearing in."

Ribbon bar with Meckkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkklenburg should soon be possible. :whistle:

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