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Hi Here is a group from Officer of the Jäger Bataillon Nr. 13. Only two officers received these combo. The first one is Leutnant Paul Hederich who died in 1916 (he 's not received the RK) and the

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New photos Major Frhr von Milkau (SH3 winner) from UR 21. Note that he wore the Austrian commander cross of Iron Crown

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On 2/2/2012 at 04:34, Deruelle said:

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Is he wearing an Adjutants sash? 

 

What year did the use of the adjutant sash end?

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On October 4, 2009 at 06:13, Deruelle said:

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Generalmajor von Holleben 02.jpgHad anyone noticed the special features of his tunic?

 

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On May 24, 2016 at 02:11, Deruelle said:

Yes Charles, a very nice Adjudant Sash

When did adjutants stop wearing these sashes? I've always wondered but have never learned the answer.

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Beautiful collection!

The one ribbonbar which belonged to the NCO in the Sächsiches Karabiner regiment in Finland 1918, I'm not certain of this but I believe I have the matching medalbar in my possession.

 

I'm talking of the ribbonbar in post Nr.610.

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Hi Charles

It seems that the adjudant sash has been stopped with the new regulation in 1915-1916. to be sure it will interesting to read the Armee Veordnungsblatt from this aera.

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Hi

Here is a group from Officer of the Jäger Bataillon Nr. 13. Only two officers received these combo. The first one is Leutnant Paul Hederich who died in 1916 (he 's not received the RK) and the second one is Oberleutnant Georg Graf Vitzthum v.Eckstädt (who died in 1945). The Saxon Jäger visor hat is very rare to find. Mine is not in excellent condition but I have one. It's the most important for me.

 

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On 17/06/2009 at 10:38, Deruelle said:

Oberstleutnant Graf Kielmansegg

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Sorry for digging up an old post. But is this Walther Gustav Lothar von Kielmansegg? 

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