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Here are the awards I have for Albert Dossenbach, can anyone add anything?

 

Eisernes Kreuz (1914), II. und I. Klasse

Militärverdienstkreuz (Mecklenburg), II. und I. Klasse (look at picture underneath EK I???)

Militär-Flugzeugführer-Abzeichen (Preußen)

Ehrenbecher für den Sieger im Luftkampf

Königlicher Hausorden von Hohenzollern, Ritterkreuz mit Schwertern am 20. Oktober 1916

Pour le Mérite am 11. November 1916

Militär-Karl-Friedrich-Verdienstorden, Ritterkreuz am 9. Dezember 1916

 

 

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Dossenbach seems to have a third award on this ribbonbar which does not correspond with the list given by Deutschritter. The ribbon seems to be red-ish, although these old black-and-white pictures can be deceiving.

 

Kind regards, Laurentius

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Thank you, Gentlemen! I also had a problem with the Militärverdienstkreuz (Mecklenburg) ... until I found out, he was a Einjährig-Freiwilliger with the Großherzoglich Mecklenburgisches Füsilier-Regiment „Kaiser Wilhelm“ Nr. 90. I wonder, if he could choose and wanted to get away from home for some time?

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Hi

 

Here is all awards of Dossenbach

 

Croix de chevalier de l’ordre Pour le Mérite, le 11 novembre 1916,

Croix de fer de 2e classe, le 20 septembre 1914,

Croix de fer de 1re classe, le 23 novembre 1914,

Croix de chevalier avec épées de l’ordre royal de la maison de Hohenzollern, le 21 octobre 1916,

Croix de chevalier de l‘ordre du mérite militaire Charles Frédéric de Bade, le 12 décembre 1916,

Croix de chevalier de 2e classe avec épées de l‘ordre du lion de Zähringen, le 1er juin 1915,

Croix du mérite militaire de 2e classe du Mecklembourg Schwerin, le 15 septembre 1914,

Croix du mérite militaire de 1re classe du Mecklembourg Schwerin, le 29 septembre 1916,

Brevet de pilote prussien, le 4 juin 1916,

Coupe d’honneur pour victoire en combat aérien, le

 

 

I the past I have one ribbon bar which may belonged to Dossenbach

 

Christophe

 

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