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Heinrich  Ordemann

II Ersatz Bataillon J.R. 149, 1ste Kompanie

Gren. Rgt. 9, 2te Kompanie

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Josef Lolkes
Hanau Kornerstrasse 6
3.2.1893

Ersatz Bataillon Reserve Jnfanterie Regiment 88, 2te Kompanie
Reserve Jnfanterie Regiment 253, 4 Kompanie
 

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Georg Schulz
Mannheim, Riedfeldstrasse 54
Né le 4.6.1893
Rekrut Depot Fuss Artillerie Ersatz Bataillon 24
Fuss Artillerie Batterie 526

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Karl E. Stelz
Nieder Florstadt
11. 3. 76.
I. Ersatz Bataillon, Infanterie Regiment 118, 1ste Kompanie

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Ersatz Bataillon 1 Fuss Artillerie (Regiment), 5 Companie (Striped inscription)

1 Fuss Artillerie Regiment, 12 Haubitz (Kompanie)

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Wilhelm Jähnke
Törpin kreis Demmin
24. 10. 80.
2 (Bataillon), Pionier Bataillon 2, 4 Feld Kompanie, 268

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Just received this fantastic little find for my BDIII list, which contains two ID tags to the same soldier with different cities--from the famous Garnison location of Ingolstadt as well as the city of my family. Josef Birnkammer, 24.2.1889, Ers. Abteilung, bay. 6. Feld Artillerie Regt. One is for the city of Ingolstadt (2 Ers. Battr.) and the other for Freising (Garnison Battr.) Each tag has its original cord. The backs are blank

The 10cm x 18cm striped bag is marked distinctively specific to the Bavarian BDIII, kb III Armeekorps Bekleidungs  Depot, with 1915 date and Hersteller code.

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3 hours ago, Fritz die Spinne said:

Just received this fantastic little find for my BDIII list, which contains two ID tags to the same soldier with different cities--from the famous Garnison location of Ingolstadt as well as the city of my family. Josef Birnkammer, 24.2.1889, Ers. Abteilung, bay. 6. Feld Artillerie Regt. One is for the city of Ingolstadt (2 Ers. Battr.) and the other for Freising (Garnison Battr.) Each tag has its original cord. The backs are blank

The 10cm x 18cm striped bag is marked distinctively specific to the Bavarian BDIII, kb III Armeekorps Bekleidungs  Depot, with 1915 date and Hersteller code.

 

 

 

 

Very nice! For some reason I think I have seen these sometime ago...

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Hello,

Some machine gunners dogtags.

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Leichte Maschinengewehr Trupp 91 (bavarian unit) and later Bayer Landwehr Jnfanterie Regiment 2.

 

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Maschinengewehr Scharfschützen Trupp 116

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1. Ersatz MGK 15 AK Strsbg
and later JR 439, 3 MGK

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Showing here one that I am told is a WWI Erkennungsmarke (aka: "Hundemarke") as issued to one Emil Kanzler, born 12.8.92 in Neudorf.Elbing.  If I read this correctly, he belonged to Reserve Infantry Regiment 210 as a member of the 2nd Machine-Gun Company 219.  The tag was already broken in two  when I received it.DSCN6319.thumb.JPG.c38b5c89d1ddc3727616b26eb351ca0b.JPGDSCN6320.thumb.JPG.56066ee5e53263bc4111c9b4bca95a8f.JPG

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On 25/09/2019 at 23:39, eurorders said:

I have a still connected set that states:  Albin Kuhlfedler  Offenbach Kaiserstr. 63   13.9.77  1.K.Arm.B. 166 N. 314    can anyone shed light on this for me?

Soldier's name (it seems to be incorrect, or unusual), city of Offenbach (am Main) , street/house of Kaiserstrasse #63 , born 13th Septemmber, 1877. 1. Kompagnie, Armierungs Bataillon 166, Stamrolle number 314. 

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Reserve Jäger Battalion 11

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Ersatz Battalion of Bavarian 2nd Jäger Battalion

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Wurttemberg Gebirgs Batterie 13, Ersatz Gebirgs Artillerie Abteilung 2 & 4. Found a Gustav Scheer of Gobbingen on the verlustlisten which listed him as being lightly wounded on July 1 1918.

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Reserve Jäger Battalion 11

 

 

Ersatz Battalion of Bavarian 2nd Jäger Battalion

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Wolf died at Stalingrad on the 31 december 1942, served in the 20th Infantry Regiment 1917-18

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Wolf died at Stalingrad on the 31 december 1942, served in the 20th Infantry Regiment 1917-18

Thanks Chris. Did you find that on the Bavarian records on ancestry.com?

A few more:

1st Kompanie of the 2nd Marine Infantry Regiment.

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2nd Ersatz MGK of the 15th Armeekorps and then to MGK of Reserve Jäger Battalion 19.

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Large brass tag to Waffenmeister-Unteroffizier Wendler 3rd MGK of the 342nd Infantry Regiment.

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