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Bonjour,

Research infos (WWI service, decorations) on Lothar Burggraf u. Graf zu Dohna-Schlobitten.

Born : 18 août 1881 at Walburg,

Died : 11 juin 1939 at Frankfurt/Main.

Leutnant : 28/10/??

Oberleutnant d. Res : 2 février 1911

Hauptmann d. Res : 17 novembre 1914

Major d. Res : ????

Served in Garde Jäger Btn

Join SS : N° 293749, Stab/SS Oberabschnitt Nordost, SS STUBAF (20 avril 1938).

Married with Helene Mathilde Gräfin von ARNIM, 2 sons.

Awards :

- Preussische Landwehr Dienstauszeichnung 2. kl,

- Reichsritter des Johanniter Ordens,

- EK-II,

- EK-I,

- Verwundeten Abzeichen in Schwarz.

Crdl

Thierry

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Bonjour,

Research infos (WWI service, decorations) on Lothar Burggraf u. Graf zu Dohna-Schlobitten.

Born : 18 août 1881 at Walburg,

Died : 11 juin 1939 at Frankfurt/Main.

Leutnant : 28/10/??

Oberleutnant d. Res : 2 février 1911

Hauptmann d. Res : 17 novembre 1914

Major d. Res : ????

Served in Garde Jäger Btn

Join SS : N° 293749, Stab/SS Oberabschnitt Nordost, SS STUBAF (20 avril 1938).

Married with Helene Mathilde Gräfin von ARNIM, 2 sons.

Awards :

- Preussische Landwehr Dienstauszeichnung 2. kl,

- Reichsritter des Johanniter Ordens,

- EK-II,

- EK-I,

- Verwundeten Abzeichen in Schwarz.

Crdl

Thierry

Hello Thierry:

I believe that the cross above the EKI on his left breast is Garde Jäger bataillon veteran's cross. I believe that I have seen one in the past with green-enameled arms.

A very nice photograph. Congratulations!

Best regards,

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