Bought a 1936 edition of "Illustrierter Beobachter" the whole magazine is dedicated to Hitler's life. One section titled "the Corporal with the EK1" deals with his time in WW1 - shows a picture of his dog tag, Wounded Transport Ticket, and Militärpass. I've included the picture of the dog-tag for a couple of reasons, firstly out of interest as Hitler's tag and secondly look as I might through the Imperial Forum, found not a second example of this variant of dog-tag. All the ones shown are approximately the same size as WW2 German dog-tags without the slits, only two holes, name, address, date of birth, owners regiment roll-number stamped on it. Hitler's appears a lot smaller in width, maybe shorter in length ? regiment, company and roll-number stamped only. In the past, these type of dog-tags have been deemed by some collectors as regimental freight identification tags. My request is if members have this style of dog-tag could they please post them and how many different types and sizes of WW1 German dog-tags, were there ? The wound transport slip issued 6/10/16, after Hitler was wounded in the left thigh by shrapnel.