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Gentlemen,

 

received some photos of a person whose data has already been researched in the Stammrollen.

Both unifoms are tough to determine.

T1 on the collar tabs could be some police sub-unit.

The other photo has the stylized artillery grenades on the boards that were not worn in Bavaria at all.

His decorations are a bit of a mistery, too.

His roll says he had the König-Ludwig-Kreuz and the wound badge, no EK2 although he sports the ribbon.

 

Thanks in advance for any hints that I will also feed into the German brother forum.

 

Cheers,

taube.

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