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WOW! there is a ton of BLING in these photos. the first one with a NAZI eagle in it is inked out. strange??

thank you it was a time travel. some historical officers on these pages!

WOW!! there was rely some history shown on the 7 pages!! officers with a chest full of BLING!!

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On 16/03/2018 at 11:42, Mattyboy said:

Hi all,

Love seeing these photos. Here is my one which I posted on another forum. It might be Lt dR Adolf Degener, but I cannot say for sure...

 

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The man pictured wears a Cavalry type uniform , Dragoon , The piping looks as white thats means Hesse Dragoons . or light yellow , Baden Dragoons . The light blue piping of the Train uniforms looks also as white .Two Prussian Regiments of dragoons have also withe piping .finally two Prussian regiments have light yellow piping

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@1813,

Nope.

Only 3 high classes went to Austrians.

Grand Commander Star with swords to Erzherzog Joseph

Grand commanders with swords to Erzherzog Eugen und Friedrich.

Thats the only 3 Hohenzollern with swords outside the German Empire.

 

Best,

Daniel

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Well, ok, 1813 may be my invisible brother:speechless:
I know there is a bearded Prince of Austro-Hungarian Empire, but it has nothing to do with this subject.
I have some pictures of the order of the Cavaliers Hohenzollern, but they may duplicate the previous pictures. .

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On 26/02/2020 at 03:23, 1812 Overture said:

Well, ok, 1813 may be my invisible brother:speechless:
I know there is a bearded Prince of Austro-Hungarian Empire, but it has nothing to do with this subject.
I have some pictures of the order of the Cavaliers Hohenzollern, but they may duplicate the previous pictures. .

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The man on the first pic is Archduke Joseph Ferdinand of Austria , and Great Duke of Tuscany .

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