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Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

Article about: Hi The final regiment to complete the 7th Division was the 21st Bavarian Infantry Regiment. They are represented photographically here by the 6th Company in the 1927 manouvers at Sennelager

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    Hi

    The final regiment to complete the 7th Division was the 21st Bavarian Infantry Regiment. They are represented photographically here by the 6th Company in the 1927 manouvers at Sennelager and at the Regiment training held at Grafenwohr.

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6


    Hptm Müller : the Company Commander, a ww1 vet with the EK1 and wound badge to show for his war service. He was promoted to Captain 1/1/1923.

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    Outside the Rathaus (town hall) at Paderborn and the barracks of 6th Komp

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    The Main Street and the Camp Alley............ the soldiers hasd their own names for the streets in their camp.

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    Marching out of camp and Queing for lunch

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    Bath time in the River Thune ...Music time around the band stand (the band are literally standing)

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    Rest time after the battle

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    The company commanders section

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    Range Indicator in use..............Ltn Schmid of 8tj MG Komp and Ltn Berg-Müller of komp 6 stand next to the Officer using the instrument

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    More rest after battle

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    Preparation and drumming for the journey towards the Herman Monument

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    Arrival at the monument, errected in in 1841 at Ostwestfalen-Lippe in the Teutoberg Forest to celebrate the victory of War Chief Hermann against the Romans in 9AD. the sword carries the inscription " German unity is my strength, my strength is Germany's might." This makes it a must on the RW itinery for cultural/education day trips.

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6


    Relaxing in Detmold after the tour

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    The caption beneath the photo of the train reads: "So leb' denn wohl du schone Senne"--"So fare thee well, you beautiful Senne"...


    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    Meal break on the journey

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    Regimental Training

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    The "high bar", officers only mess

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    waiting for the enemy

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    shoulder rifles.................

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    hurry up and wait........having another rest

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6


    brightly burned the campfire.................camping at Langenbruck, town smack in the middle of the trianing grounds

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    the troop.....IR21

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    Haupt. Müller finishes the album as well as starts it

    Die Reichswehr Im Bild: Infantry Regiment 21, Kompanie 6

    cheers

    Tony

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    Thanks for sharing this album...The caption beneath the photo of the train reads: "So leb' denn wohl du schone Senne"--"So fare thee well, you beautiful Senne"...
    When I was 12 years old and growing up in Germany, I once spent 3 weeks in the hospital--The patient next to me was a Weimar-era Reichswehr and Wehrmacht Veteran...He showed me the little black specks of shrapnel still embedded in his leg and related to me many stories of his "Dienstzeit"...
    cheers Glenn

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    Hi Glenn

    Thanks for sharing the story. Also thanks for correcting my german translation.....I'm self taught so was a little confused on my grammer etc....knew I'd get it round the wrong way !

    cheers

    Tony

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