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Nicolas,

Here is his career

Andy

Arthur Gaede  (12.02-1881-??)

1940               Major a.D., Berlin W 15, Meierottostr. 6

1925               Major a.D., Berlin-Steglitz, Humboldtstr. 13,  an d. Dresdener Bank

03.04.20            m. Char. als Major u.d. Erlaubn. z. Tr.  d. Unif. d. Inf. R. 42 verabsch.

1914/18             Komp. Führ. Res. Inf. R. 9, Führ. III./Ers. Inf. R. Königsberg I (später Inf. R. 377), II./Inf. R. 372  u. I./Landw. Inf. R. 78

01.10.13-02.08.14   b. St. III./Inf. R. 42  (Greifswald)

1913-01.10.13       in 8./Gren. R. 3  (Königsberg)

1912               in 9./Gren. R. 3  (Braunsberg)

1910-1911           in 6./Gren. R. 3  (Königsberg)

1909                in 5./Gren. R. 3  (Königsberg)

01.10.07-1908       in 4./Gren. R. 3  (Königsberg)

[04.08.06           b. Fettkluft schw. verw.]

16.08.05-30.09.07   in 1. Feld Regt. d. Schutztr. f. SWA

1905-15.08.05       k.z. Dienstl. b. Pion. B. 9

1904               in 7./Inf. R. 84  (Hadersleben)

1902-1903           in 3./Inf. R. 84  (Schleswig)

17.10.99-1901       in 4./Inf. R. 84  (Schleswig)

17.10.99            Leutn.

27.01.99            Fähnr.

01.05.98            als Fahnenj. in Inf. R. 84 eingetr.

 

Hptm.     01-10-13 N44n

Oberlt.   17-09-09 D17d

Leutn.    17-10-99 Tt

 

 

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On 26/06/2019 at 08:06, Daniel Krause said:

Hi Nicolas,

 

It's not an uncommon Combo, but I would bet of Arthur Gaede, born 1881,

1914 Hptm in IR 42, later LIR 78, retired as Major.

 

Greetings

Daniel

Daniel, you're amazing. I hope you are well my old friend!

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On 06/07/2019 at 13:14, P.F. said:

I have found this in my files. I cannot recall where it was sold.

From what the picture looks like, this was most certainly at Hermann Historica's from Munich!

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