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Browsing through the Adelslexicon as I love to do, I found the name of a Leibarzt of the Kaiser: v. Ilberg. And I was wondering about his ODM and a possible picture?

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Would this be the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut für Physikalische Forschung (1917)? Because there was also the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut für Anthropologie, but that opened first 1927. But there were also the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut für experimentelle Therapie (1913) the and the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut für Biologie (1915). Thanks! Almost forgot: Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut für Chemie Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut für für physikalische Chemie und Elektrochemie (both opended 1912).

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On 03/02/2021 at 12:06, Glenn J said:

Hi David,

his awards from the last peacetime Rangliste (he died in 1916) and a portrait.

Regards

Glenn

 

Do you know if he had any war time decorations? Thanks! Here is a picture I found, sadly with red copyright:

 

Generalarzt Dr. Friedrich von Ilberg.jpg

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