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Portraits of the 100,000 Man Army

Article about: Hi The on-going mission of sorting out my pictures...............thought I would post a compilation of mainly studio portraits...............a visual display. So to represent the 100,000 men

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    No Thread on the 100,000 man Reichswehr would be complete without a photo of their Commander, Hans von Seeckt...I consider him the "Father" of the modern Wehrmacht, as his leadership and the Reichswehr's high standards of training provided the professional cadre we encounter later in WWII...I have his -very rare- signature in my collection as well...
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    Men of Infanterie-Regiment 20 at Grafenwöhr training grounds, 1934. My grandfather is standing at far left:

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    Larry ("Larrister") has one of the best portrait collections I am aware of.
    Here, a member of IR 17:
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    Hi Tony, I have just read through your thread once again and I would like to complement you not only on the thread and its contents but also on the fact that you have obviously touched a few nerves and been able to draw some fine photos from other members of our Forum whom I would also like to complement!! Please keep the thread going!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    With thanks, regards and best wishes to you and all the other contributors to your excellent thread.
    Michael Ryan

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    General Heye is the man in the centre............circa 1929

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    Photo is dated 1929--wreath appears to be bullion:
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    Rittmeister Walther Leuze of the 17.bayrisches RR:
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    Sehr schoen. Haltung, immer Haltung.
    damit, basta.

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    No visor, but this man does not need one to be included here: Ernst Juenger:
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    Bravo. Very true.
    damit, basta.

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