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Article about: I got this today in a lot of militaria I received. It's German and measures about 60 x 70mm. Can anyone please tell me what its about? Thank you for your help. Tom

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    Default Unknown Plaque - Please Help

    I got this today in a lot of militaria I received. It's German and measures about 60 x 70mm. Can anyone please tell me what its about?
    Thank you for your help.

    Tom
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    Sorry, I dd like to help but it is hard to read!
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    A bit hard to decipher with the scratching, but I can make out the following:
    To Oberleutnant Ludemann from the Officer's Corps of the Fusilier Regiment Duke Karl Anton von Hohenzollern No.40
    cheers, Glenn

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    Thanks Kris and Glenn, that's what I get too.

    I can read

    1.12.1907 - 20.7.1912
    Dem
    schenkenden Kameraden
    Oberleutnant
    Ludermann
    Das Offizierkorps
    des Fusilier-Regiments
    Furs? Karl Anton von Hohenzollern
    (Hohenzollernsches)
    NR. 40

    Tom

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    Quote by StuG III View Post
    I can read

    1.12.1907 - 20.7.1912
    Dem
    schenkenden Kameraden
    Oberleutnant
    Ludermann
    Das Offizierkorps
    des Fusilier-Regiments
    Furs? Karl Anton von Hohenzollern
    (Hohenzollernsches)
    NR. 40
    Allow me just two corrections/additions:

    It's not "schenkenden", but "scheidenden" and the "Furs?" is "Fürst".

    It's a farewell gift of the regiment's officer corps made to a fellow officer who was leaving the unit.

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    Found this: Füsilier-Regiment

    Tom

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    Quote by HPL2008 View Post
    Allow me just two corrections/additions:

    It's not "schenkenden", but "scheidenden" and the "Furs?" is "Fürst".

    It's a farewell gift of the regiment's officer corps made to a fellow officer who was leaving the unit.
    Thank you Sir, you always deliver the goods!

    Tom

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