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I seek any information on WWI P le M winner Dr Walter Von Delius in particular Unit of service and any other decorations he may have.

In addition doe anyone have similar information on WWI Iron Cross 2nd class winner, Rudolph Delius of the Imperial German Navy.

Many Thanks

Peter

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Hi Peter,

here is some information on Dr. Walter von Delius:

 

Walter von Delius

Born on 21.04.1875 in Hildesheim

Deceased on 23.11.1961 in Berlin-Lichterfelde

PLM on 20.01.1918 as Major and Commander I. Bataillon / Garde-Füsilierregiment / 3. Garde-Infanteriedivision

The reason for the award was the Battle of Cambrai. From November 23 to December 1, 1917, Major von Delius and his battalion successfully participated in the battles for the forest and town of Bourlon.

 

Best regards,

Nicolas

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