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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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    Der Spiess x3:
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    Priest wearing the Golden Military Merit Cross (often called enlisted/NCO’s Pour-le-Merite):
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    bullion wreath:
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    A young Werner Mölders:
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    bullion wreath being worn by this Sachsen O/R:
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    maschinengewehr badge in wear:
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    Hochzeit:
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    Funker:
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    Portraits of the 100,000 Man ArmyPortraits of the 100,000 Man Army

    Latest find..........

    NCO in the Provisional Reichswehr, wearing his Imperial tunic and the new issue cap. The card is dated 1/12/1919 so this must be one of the first caps manufactured and issued. Insignia all correct on the cap. Translation of the text would be appreciated if any one can help as I can't work it out with my school boy German.

    Cheers

    Tony

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    Bandsmen:
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