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An old painting of a German Pilot who also has TWM


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Hello,

A friend of mine has this painting and we are wondering about the identity of the pilot.

Somebody suggested that he might be Oberleutnant Paul Leim.

I would like to have your opinion please.

Thanks

Demir

 

 

 

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Hello : the officer wears a kunftige friedensuniform of Artillery , black collar and cuffs piped red , field artillery (swedish cuffs ) and gold buttons . his rank leutnant (no pips on shoulder board ). many artillery officers were transformed in observers .

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