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On 30/06/2022 at 18:07, dwmosher said:

Prussian field artillery in the top photo and infantry (most likely Prussian) in the bottom photo.

Thank you! Do you know something about the rank, the year or the Division?

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Thank you very much! 

Could you tell me also a few things about this ancestor, maybe something about the uniform, his rank or his type of service (Herr/Artillerie smth like that). 

Kind Regards!


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Hello  Infantry NCO wearing M1915 Feldbluse with long trousers and laced shoes on the chest the EKII . the rank on the collar , lace over the front and the lower part of the collar and barely visible on the collar at shoulder line a oxidized metal button . both things says that he was a Sergeant . the same insignia weared de Vizefeldwebel but he carries also a  officer sword and swordknot 

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FALvon Kyffhausen , Yes he carries a bayonet knot but its not a Officiers Portepee . Rank and file all carry Bavonet knots or Sabre faustriemen if Mounted troop . The officiers Portepee was in silver thread and closed that is without fringes 


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