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Hi,

first one informs addressee that they have arrived in Berlin, won´t sray there long and visit soon.

2nd from Landwehr-Infanterie-Reg. 40 is to brother. A thank-you note for a parcel. Unfortunately can´t read the 2nd part.

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GreyC

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Hi gents

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tony 

 

 

 

12 hours ago, GreyC said:

Hi,

first one informs addressee that they have arrived in Berlin, won´t sray there long and visit soon.

2nd from Landwehr-Infanterie-Reg. 40 is to brother. A thank-you note for a parcel. Unfortunately can´t read the 2nd part.

Best,

GreyC

Ah thanks GreyC -

very kind (( and awesome!! )) again

Tonight i’ve chosen cards with nothing on them so you can take it easy!

t

***.  All early****

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Hi Tony,

as always, very welcome. This is an interesting lot. It´s late, so I won´t be taking out my books, but I dare say that

1) Gardegrenadierregiment

2) seems to have been comandeered to a school (Maybe NCO school) see light striped thread on shoulder flap

3)Einjährigfreiwillige of an Infanterie Regiment with a regiment that has a monogram on its flaps

4) seem to me like Kadetten

5) Firemen, first row muscians.

GreyC

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Hi Gents

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And from the 20’s

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tony

On 23/12/2018 at 01:04, GreyC said:

Hi Tony,

as always, very welcome. This is an interesting lot. It´s late, so I won´t be taking out my books, but I dare say that

1) Gardegrenadierregiment

2) seems to have been comandeered to a school (Maybe NCO school) see light striped thread on shoulder flap

3)Einjährigfreiwillige of an Infanterie Regiment with a regiment that has a monogram on its flaps

4) seem to me like Kadetten

5) Firemen, first row muscians.

GreyC

Thank you GreyC..... always

tony

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