Nicolas7507

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About Nicolas7507

  • Birthday April 4

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    Ribbon bars and Books of Germany until 1945

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  1. I get them now, but for messages, which are already a few days old.
  2. General der Flieger Bernhard Kühl - EK II. Klasse - Ritterkreuz des Königl. Preuss. Hausorden von Hohenzollern mit Schwertern - Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer - Wehrmacht-Dienstauszeichnung I. Klasse - Wehrmacht-Dienstauszeichnung III. Klasse - Medaille zur Erinnerung an den 1. Oktober 1938 mit Spange "Prager Burg" - Medaille zur Erinnerung an die Heimkehr des Memellandes - Ehrenzeichen für deutsche Volkspflege I.Stufe
  3. Hi LeRoy, Welcome to the HWMF! Please Post Pictures, or we can not help you. Best Regards, Nicolas
  4. The end is definitely "dorfer" or "dörfer" . Maybe Leedsdorfer or Leedsdörfer?
  5. It does work now, but not for Private Messages, I think. Would you mind sending me a short test message?
  6. Hi Gary, Yes, that is correct. Are you looking for ribbon bars in particular? Best, Nicolas
  7. Thank you. Yes it is. Photographic evidence is the only solution now.....
  8. So we can't draw any conclusions?
  9. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Thom
  10. Interesting to note, that he was completely blind since 1926. Nevertheless Thomsen was promoted Generalmajor on 1935 and General der Flieger on 1939. He died in 1942 with 75 years still being an active Luftwaffe offier (!)
  11. I follow several threads and usually get an instant e-mail, when something new is posted. Since a few days I no longer get any mails. Is anyone else having the same problem? Best regards, Nicolas
  12. Hi Pierce, Thanks for your extensive reply. As the Medal of Zeal was not awarded to officers, do you think this man did not have an officers grade in WW1? Afterall he had atleast 17 years of service under his belt when the war began. I noticed they thinner stripes on the 5th ribbon, aswell. The bavarian decoration is called Kriegserinnerungsabzeichen des Bayerischen Landesvereins vom Roten Kreuz There are 2 versions of it. This is the one for Home-Duty. Not sure if it matches the rest... Best regards, Nicolas
  13. Oh dear. That was serious misspelling on my side.... I saw a few Cavalry Uniforms on WAF and on a Photograph I have, a sew-on ribbon bar can be seen, too.. Kriegsmarine officers used this style from time to time, aswell.
  14. Dear Members, Recently, I was fortunate to acquire this "little" ribbon bar. It was interesting to me, because there wasn't really a branche, which matches this piece. Falsely, I thought the last ribbon would be a Danzig Red Cross Decoration. It is not. In fact, it is the russian St.Stanislaus Order (Officer) or Medal (NCO) Please enjoy this lovely new addition to my collection. Of course, ID suggestions are welcome. Best regards, Nicolas