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gab es einen Offizier Namens Meißner bei der Kraftfahrtruppe


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Hallo Sammlerfreunde,

vor kurzem konnte ich einen militärischen Nachlass erwerben. Der Nachlass

scheint  von mehreren Personen zu stammen, hier würde mich nun der Bezug zur

Person aus der Kraftfahrtruppe interessieren. Vielleicht hat ja Information zur

gesuchten Person?!

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Viele Grüße
Andreas 

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Andreas,

 Soweit ich feststellen kann, gab es keinen Offizier namens Meißner mit einer Verbindung zur Kraftfahrtruppen in 1914.  Weder einen preußischen, württembergischen, sächsischen, bayerischen, noch aktiv, Reserve oder Landwehr.

Es gab nur 2 Offiziere der Reichswehr im Range eines Hauptmanns oder höher namens Meißner.  Einer war 1923-1925 Hptm./Major im 10. Inf. R., 1926 b. Komdtr. d. Tr.Üb.Pl. Königsbrück und 1927-1928 Batl. Kom. im 10. Inf. R..  Der zweite war 1923 Hptm. u. Lehr. a.d. Art. Sch.
Andy

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Hallo Andy,

schon mal vielen Dank für Deine Information, natürlich wäre auch

ein junger Leutnant möglich, der erst im 1.WK Offizier geworden ist.

Die beiden von Dir genannten Offiziere möchte ich ausschließen.

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Viele Grüße
Andreas

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  • 8 months later...

Vielleicht noch anzumerken: bei den Kraftfahrer-Vereinen waren nicht nur Kraftfahrer organisiert, sondern im  Prinzip konnte dort jeder Mitglied werden, der zu den Verkehrstruppen zählte, also bspw. auch Angehörige der Kampfwagentruppe. 

 

Übrigens: habe in meiner DB nachgesehen: kein Meißner.

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