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He served with:

Unteroffiziersschule Weißenfels from 01.10.1885 until 30.09.1887

11. Kompanie IR 126 from 01.10.1887 until 11.01.1900

5. Kompanie IR 126 since 12.01.1900 and also

etatsmäßiger Zahlmeisteraspirant to II. Batallion

He was promoted:

Gefreiter 01.10.1886

Unteroffizier 30.09.1887

Sergeant 01.04.1889

Feldwebel 01.07.1895

Unterzahlmeister 01.04.1906

He was awarded:

Dienstauszeichnung 1. Klasse

Centenarmedaille

Württemberg silberne Verdienstmedaille

Baden silberne Verdienstmedaille

He dismissed to Landsturm II. Aufgebots on 14.07.1906

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He served with:

Unteroffiziersschule Weißenfels from 01.10.1885 until 30.09.1887

11. Kompanie IR 126 from 01.10.1887 until 11.01.1900

5. Kompanie IR 126 since 12.01.1900 and also

etatsmäßiger Zahlmeisteraspirant to II. Batallion

He was promoted:

Gefreiter 01.10.1886

Unteroffizier 30.09.1887

Sergeant 01.04.1889

Feldwebel 01.07.1895

Unterzahlmeister 01.04.1906

He was awarded:

Dienstauszeichnung 1. Klasse

Centenarmedaille

Württemberg silberne Verdienstmedaille

Baden silberne Verdienstmedaille

He dismissed to Landsturm II. Aufgebots on 14.07.1906

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Fantastic group Andreas :D wow :D Is it normal for the pass to be this fancy ? :) Looks really cool :D

Thanks Rogi, the cover to the Militärpaß has be purchased privately

Nice grouping, I especially like the medal bar!

Hello Turtle, I think the combination of bar and Militärpaß

is so interesting for me.

Regards

Andreas

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