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Hallo Sammlerfreunde,

ich möchte Euch mein neues Foto vorstellen, zu dem ich einige Fragen habe.

Es handelt sich um Oberstleutnant Hauß laut Ehrenrangliste 14 - 18 im 1. WK Kommandeur IR 25.

1914 Kompaniechef in der Haupt-Kadettenanstalt Berlin - Lichterfelde mit RAO 4.

Auf dem Foto sind für mich erkennbar:

EK1 + 2


Krieger - Ehrenzeichen in Eisen Hessen

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Hptm. Georg Hauß (*17.02.1871 †15.01.1941) war Komp. Chef (9. Komp.) d. HKA ab 27.01.1912. Vorher war er Komp. Chef im IR 130. Er war Kommandeur d. IR 25 18.09.1918 bis 03.02.1919. Zum Orden kann ich leider nichts sagen (da bin ich oft überfragt!)


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Hauß war Darmstädter. In 1915 war er Btl.Fhr., I./LIR 23. Meine Einschätzung der Feldspange:

1. EK2

2. HOH3X

3. vermutlich HT

4. vielleicht OFAK2 mit der Spange "Vor dem Feinde"

5. vielleicht HH

6. RAO4

7. DA

8. Centenar.

9. ÖM3K

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  • 4 weeks later...

Hallo Dave,

vielen Dank für Deine Einschätzung der Feldspange. Nachdem ich weitergeforscht

habe und auch nach Rücksprache mit Daniel kann ich Dir zu Deiner Bestimmung

der Feldspange nur noch zustimmen. Ich hatte Zweifel an dem HOH 3 X aber Daniel

konnte diese ausräumen.

Vielen Dank


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