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Great photo Morten. Here is a nice little site: http://www.wwiidaybyday.com/uniformen/kmofficials.htm

Here is another KM Beamte photo showing an official with his son who is a member of an SS Gebirgsjager Regiment.

He wears the KM dagger.

Cheers,

Larry

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Thanks for comment and great Link Larry! Your last photo is a stunner.

 

 

Best from Norway,Morten.

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A group photo of the Gebirgs-Artillerie-Regt. 79 (Mountain-Artillery) about 1938, note the Unteroffiziere mit Portepee (Senior NCOs) they are allowed to wear a sword.

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Dedehansen, that is a great photo. I would love to have more KM officials photos. They are hard to find.

In your second photo is that a Luft adler on his tunic? DLV?

Nice group photo Odulf,

Nsredep, good to see Reiterabzeichen worn on tunic.

Here is a Hilfsforster portrait. He is wearing the Forestry Cutlass.

Cheers,

Larry

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Dedehansen, that is a great photo. I would love to have more KM officials photos. They are hard to find.

In your second photo is that a Luft adler on his tunic? DLV?

Nice group photo Odulf,

Nsredep, good to see Reiterabzeichen worn on tunic.

Here is a Hilfsforster portrait. He is wearing the Forestry Cutlass.

Cheers,

Larry

Hilfsforster1.jpg

Hi Larry,

the LW-Portrait seems to be Forstverwaltung der Luftwaffe / Generalgouvernement.

Regards

Andreas

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