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I recently acquired this small grouping and was hoping to shed some light on who the original recipient was. As you can see in the pictures listed below he was active in ww1 and ww2 and also received a knights cross. I have no further info on this guy and was hoping to find out who he was.

 

Any info is greatly apricated!

best regards

Luke

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I think this is Oberst Rolf-Günther Bickel (1891-1954). He served in the Hessian FAR 61. 

 

HHOX 1917

DKiG 20.07.1943
RK 08.08.1944 

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Thank you guys! I really apricate it a lot. Is there a possibility on who bought the lot? or who has the other bar? I have his medal bar and I have a cloth DKIG and the smaller 4 place bar but it would be great to add that larger bar. 

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23 hours ago, webr55 said:

I think this is Oberst Rolf-Günther Bickel (1891-1954). He served in the Hessian FAR 61. 

 

HHOX 1917

DKiG 20.07.1943
RK 08.08.1944 

 

Nice! Anything on his career?

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