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With the 1918 Rangliste I can confirm he was awarded the Roter Adler-Orden 2. Klasse mit Eichenlaub.

Can anyone confirm he was awarded the Roter Adler-Orden 2. Klasse mit Eichenlaub, Schwertern und Stern mit Schwertern on 01 April 1918? The source for this information is the Excel Gesamtliste I was given on this forum. However, the surname is written as "Jacobsen". But I think it could be a typo because Hermann Jacobsen is listed as Vizeadmiral z.D. where his RAO is written.

Thanks for any help!

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Here the corret data of Leo Jacobsen from my List "Seeoffiziere". The complete list contains all ranks and branches of the imperial german navy, so it is not so detailed

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Markus

Jacobson, Leo

1880, 04.15.

Pr. Centenarmedaille

Kapitänleutnant

1897, 03.22.S

Torpedowerkstatt Friedrichsort, Assistent

Jacobson, Leo

1880, 04.15.

DK Danebrog-O. Ritterkreuz

Kapitänleutnant

1900, 12.10.

MOLTKE, 1. Offizier

Jacobson, Leo

1880, 04.15.

Türk. Osmanie-O. 3. Kl.

Korvettenkapitän

1901, 02.14.

MOLTKE, 1. Offizier

Jacobson, Leo

1880, 04.15.

Griech. Erlöser-O. Offizierkreuz

Korvettenkapitän

1901, 04.06.

MOLTKE, 1. Offizier

Jacobson, Leo

1880, 04.15.

Pr. RAO 4. Kl.

Korvettenkapitän

1902, 01.19.

SCHWALBE, Kommandant

Jacobson, Leo

1880, 04.15.

Pr. Dienstauszeichnungskreuz XXV

Korvettenkapitän

1902, 05.01.R

SCHWALBE, Kommandant

Jacobson, Leo

1880, 04.15.

Pr. Kronen-O. 3. Kl.

Fregattenkapitän

1905, 06.23.

Marinestation der Ostsee, z. Vfg.

Jacobson, Leo

1880, 04.15.

Russ. St.Annen-O. 2. Kl.

Kapitän zur See

1906, 07.19.

YORCK, Kommandant

Jacobson, Leo

1880, 04.15.

Pr. RAO 3. Kl. m. Schleife

Kapitän zur See

1907, 09.07.

YORCK, Kommandant

Jacobson, Leo

1880, 04.15.

Pr. Kronen-O. 2. Kl.

Kapitän zur See

1909, 09.05.

KURFUERST FRIEDRICH WILHELM, Kommandant

Jacobson, Leo

1880, 04.15.

Pr. RAO 2. Kl. m. EL.

Konteradmiral

1912, 01.21.

II. Marine-Inspektion, Inspekteur

Jacobson, Leo

1880, 04.15.

Pr. Kronen-O. 2. Kl., Stern z.

Konteradmiral

1913, 06.16.

Helgoland, Kommandant von

Jacobson, Leo

1880, 04.15.

Pr. Eisernes Kreuz 1914 I. Kl.

Vizeadmiral

1918, 02.14.R

Helgoland, Kommandant von

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