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I realized I never posted this here. The medal bar attributed to Oberst Ernest Schütz PLM holder.

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Career info:

Ernst Schütz  (25.01.1867-16.02.1944)

 

27.07.18-10.01.19     Commander of 38. Reserve Inf. Brig.

12.03.15-27.07.18     Commander of Inf. R. 161

18.04.13-1914            Commander I./Inf. R. 20

27.01.10-18.04.13     Adjutant 39. Division

18.05.05-27.01.10     Company commander of 2./Inf. R. 16

27.01.02                       transferred to Inf. R. 159 while remaining Brig. Adj.]

16.02.01-18.05.05     Adjutant  82. Inf. Brig.

21.03.96-16.02.01     Regimental Adjutant Inf. R. 99

01.10.92-20.03.96     Adjutant III./Inf. R. 99

19.09.88                       Second Lieutenant

15.11.87                       ensign

29.03.87                       entered Inf. R. 99 as a three year volunteer

 

Gen.Mar.    27-08-1939*

Oberst          25-05-1918

Oberstlt.      27-01-1915

Major            27-01-1910

Hptm.           27-01-1902

Oberlt.          12-09-1895

Leutn.           19-09-1888

*char


Awards:

Wartime:                                                    Pre-War:
Pour le Merite 20.05.17                         RAO4 (awarded 11.09.07)
HOH3X gazetted 07.11.16                     XXV (1912/13)

EK I and II                                                    1897, BZ3a (awarded 1912/13), Bd 1902 RJM       

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Nice! ;) Is it yours? Good job in identifying the original owner... Now to be sure, it would be nice to find a photo of him wearing this pre-1934 bar... I'm wondering if such combination could be unique.

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