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Hi all, I attach a photo which I admit I borrowed from another site as I find it interesting. It is Meinhard Rosenmuller, who whilst wearing a TR uniform, I believe he was a distinguished flyer duringWW1, all his awards and ribbon bar indicate imperial decorations. Can any medal bar experts identify the awards particularly on the bar?

Any help appreciated

regards

Alex K

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Iron Cross 2nd Class
Saxon Military Order of St. Henry, Knight's Cross
Saxon Merit Order, Knight 2nd Class with Swords
Saxon Albert Order, Knight 1st Class with Swords
Saxon Albert Order, Knight 2nd Class with Swords
Hamburg Hanseatic Cross
? - looks like a Württemberg Friedrich Order
Honor Cross for Combatants
Austrian Military Merit Cross 3rd Class with War Decoration
Bulgarian - either the Bravery Order or the Military Merit Order on the ribbon of the Bravery Order
Turkish War Medal
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