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Selam Demir!

Of course, you can! But please do me one favour. Don´t mention my name, because I don´t want to have my name in common with facebook. I hate each social network...

You know my photo of the officer with the 5 upon the helmet cover. You posted it too in your first thread... ;)

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Selam Andreas,

Nice to get in touch with you again.

Thanks for the photos. I will not mention your name. Sorry about the "helmet" one. Time to time I forgot to name the photos I saved. :banger:

Best wishes

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Selam Andreas,

Nice to get in touch with you again.

Thanks for the photos. I will not mention your name. Sorry about the "helmet" one. Time to time I forgot to name the photos I saved. :banger:

Best wishes

No problem...

Nice to read from you again! Unfortuntely I don´t have any more photos of the TWM. If I´ll get some, I´ll send you the scans :beer:

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No problem...

Nice to read from you again! Unfortuntely I don´t have any more photos of the TWM. If I´ll get some, I´ll send you the scans :beer:

Thanks Andreas. :beer:

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KuK

1.Generaloberst Viktor Graf von Scheuchenstuel

2.Ignaz Freiherr Trollmann von Lovcenberg

3.Ignaz Freiherr Trollmann von Lovcenberg (1)

4. von Berzevicze und Kakas-Lomnitz

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1. Signalmeister - Signal NCO G (?).Lüke

2. Tambourmajor - Drum Major

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Res.Jg.Btl._11_(Lederbesatz,_Eiserner_HaNice photos Demir!!!!!

I´ve got a new one too.

Res.Jg.Btl.11

Note the ribbon to the TWM and the trousers with leather trimmings (used by mountain- and storm-troops)

That picture ist interesting. That bataillon came in 1918 to Palestine and it the photo was taken in Neuhammer (Silesia), the training ground for all troops sent to Asia.Res.Jg.Btl._11_(Lederbesatz,_Eiserner_Ha

Res.Jg.Btl. 11 (Lederbesatz, Eiserner Halbmond) (3).jpg

Res.Jg.Btl. 11 (Lederbesatz, Eiserner Halbmond).jpg

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Nice photo.

I have a question: The photo has to be taken after the Palestine tour in order to be awarded with the TWM, but you say it was taken in the training camp. 

Can you open this abb. :Res.Jg.Btl.11

Thanks

 

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Hello Demir!

The abb. is Reserve-Jäger-Bataillon 11 (Jäger=Riflemen)

The man must have been served in Turkey before, and then came back to the Training-ground. The Bataillon was in Palestine during Mid-January and Mid-September 1918

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Hungarian General Álgya-Pap Sándor

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Macar general Álgya-Pap Sándor a.jpg

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Macar Korgeneral Kary Béla.jpg

Hungarian General Kary Béla (Kary Béla altábornagy)

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Bulgarian Army Supreme Commander and Minister of War General Jefow: first from right İmtiyaz Medal with crossed swords clasp, the Turkish War Medal. (Nikola Todorov Zhekov, 1864–1949)

 

Bulgarian General Jefow-Gallipoli Star & Imtiyaz Medal.jpg

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Archduke Maximilian of Austria (Maximilian Eugen Ludwig Friedrich Philipp Ignatius JosephMaria), Prince Imperial of Austria: Liyakat and War Medals

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On 2016. 03. 22. at 12:23, erikscollectables said:

Hungarian Officer - post 1922

 

Between 1926-29/30. He wears 1926 M attila, and have no WWI Commemorative Medal (introduced 1929).

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