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Torpedoschulflottille tallys. Torpedoboot G10 in the background. Also a photo of G7, G8, G11 & G10. Photos are from a Torpedoboot G7 photo album. Cheers, Larry

Such a book has been produced "DIE MÜTZENBÄNDER DER DEUTSCHEN MARINE / 1815-1918 / Königlich Preussische Marine - Norddeutsche Bundesmarine - Kaiserliche Marine", by Bernd Wedeking & Markus Bodeux

The Index thread to compliment this superb thread is now up to date. As always, if you spot any mistakes etc just let me know.

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Beautiful image! I've seen this artistic facial hair before, particularly popular in the Imperial Navy, but also later with some hipster sailors in the Kriegsmarine like this cheerful chap (Verwaltungsmaat) in his tailored jacket.

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And a Thanks to Larry for posting his Nice photo!👏👏👏🙂

I hope and believe that Martin W will stop by to see all the nice pictures that have been posted on the thread he has started here!
 

 

Best from Norway,Morten.🙂

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5 hours ago, nesredep said:

And a Thanks to Larry for posting his Nice photo!👏👏👏🙂

I hope and believe that Martin W will stop by to see all the nice pictures that have been posted on the thread he has started here!
 

 

Best from Norway,Morten.🙂

Although i do not collect much any more Morten,other than Hilfskreuzer related photo's , i still check in and enjoy the images that are being posted here.

Keep it up gents.

Cheers,Martin.

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3 hours ago, Martin W said:

Although i do not collect much any more Morten,other than Hilfskreuzer related photo's , i still check in and enjoy the images that are being posted here.

Keep it up gents.

Cheers,Martin.

Hi Martin,
Thank you for your words. I'm glad you gather a little because it shows that you are still interested in the hobby!
 

Best from Norway,Morten.

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1 hour ago, nesredep said:

Hi Martin,
Thank you for your words. I'm glad you gather a little because it shows that you are still interested in the hobby!
 

Best from Norway,Morten.

I still have a great interest in the hobby Morten.

At my ripe old age i just do not buy so much anymore.

I still have a fine collection and i am perfectly happy with that.

 

Thank you all and best wishes.

 

Martin.

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Hi Martin,
Thank you for your update on your collector interest. I really appreciate that you still collect and we need your great knowledge. I am a little younger than you but I collect KM photos more than ever.
 

Best from Norway;Morten.🍻

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Hello,

 

Order (MV38, No. 400) Dated 14 June 1938 (Effectiv 1 October 1938) 

Reorganization of 1st and 2nd GELEITFLOTILLE as one flotille.

 

                           2 GELEITFLOTILLE 2

 

 

Best;Morten.

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20 hours ago, nesredep said:

Hello,

 

Order (MV38, No. 400) Dated 14 June 1938 (Effectiv 1 October 1938) 

Reorganization of 1st and 2nd GELEITFLOTILLE as one flotille.

 

                           2 GELEITFLOTILLE 2

 

 

Best;Morten.

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Very cool one,thanks for show it

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