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Gentlemen, I need your help on "Kolonialpionier und Wissmann-Kämpfer" August Rochus Schmidt, especially I need his wartime decorations and wartime assignments. Here are his pre-war decorations, am I missing anything? Thanks!

Preußischer Kronenorden, IV. Klasse mit Schwertern

Herzoglich Sachsen-Ernestinischer Hausorden, Ritterkreuz II. Klasse mit Schwertern (HSEH3b⚔/HSH3b⚔)

Hausorden vom Weißen Falken, Ritter II. Klasse mit Schwertern (GSF3b⚔)

Friedrichs-Orden, Ritter I. Klasse mit Schwertern (WF3a⚔)

Orden „Der strahlende Stern“, II. Klasse, 3. Stufe (ZstSt2c/ZStII.3)

Medschidie-Orden, III. Klasse (TM3)

Roter Adlerorden, IV. Klasse mit Schwertern

Zentenarmedaille, 1897

Orden Heinrichs des Löwen, Ritterkreuz I. Klasse (BrH3a)

Preußisches Dienstauszeichnungskreuz

 

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我不知道英文怎么说,但是指挥官勋章是桑给巴尔苏丹国的“耀眼之星”勋章

I don’t know how to say it in English, but the Commander’s order is the "Dazzling Star" order of the Sultanate of Zanzibar

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German colonial soldiers who received the order of the Zanzibar Sultanate

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Great pictures! Who is the second officier? He looks so familiar! English: Order of the Brilliant Star of Zanzibar; German (according to the Ranglisten): Orden „Der strahlende Stern“ (sometimes also Orden vom Glänzenden Stern). Do you maybe have a nice picture of the star or the Großkreuz?

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