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Hello!

I´ve recieved this nice photo.

It shows parts of a Kraftwagen-Kolonne in the desert.

The reverse says:

 

Taurus, Kl. Asien (Klein-Asien = Asia Minor)

Auto-Colonne 507

5.April 1916

 

Kraftf. Fhr. G. Krüger (Kraftfahrzeugführer = Driver)

K.K.R. Form. 508 (K.K.R. Formation 508)

 

Questions:

 

What does K.K.R. mean?

What does the handwritten words on the right side of the card mean?

 

The colums 507 belonged to the Kommandeur der Kraftfahrabteilung 8 and 508 belonged to the Kommandeur der Kraftfahrabteilung 6.

Both stood under command of the Heeresgruppe Yildirim in Palestine

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Hello Andreas!

Thank you for your help, but I googled Hans-Lloyd. The factory was founded in 1919. That would not fit.

 

Mußt schon richtig lesen  :D

Die Hansa-Lloyd Werke A.G. entstanden 1914 aus dem Zusammenschluss der Hansa-Automobil GmbH in Varel und der Norddeutschen Automobil und Motoren AG(NAMAG) in Bremen-Hastedt (Föhrenstraße).

Habe ich beim ersten Lesen auch überlesen.

 

Sorry for posting in German, its the text that the Hansa Lloyd Werke existed before 1919.

 

Regards

Andreas

 

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