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Imperial Army Visors in Period Photographs

Article about: The 1908/10 uniform gave nco's and officers a field grey peaked field cap....................a montage of them in wear follows..... sadly because I have no friends I have spent the time anal

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    Exhibit 427 for why I consider the Imperial German era to be the apex of military fashion – the elegant Frieherr von Rotenhan of Königs-Ulanen-Regiment Nr.13. 1908.

    Imperial Army Visors in  Period Photographs

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    EM from one of the XI Armee-Korps Jäger zu Pferde squadrons that eventually became Jäger-Regiment zu Pferde Nr. 2, wearing the white bodied cap used until 1903.

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    Steif form:
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    “Show me the regulation, and I’ll show you the exception.”

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    Reserve:
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    “Show me the regulation, and I’ll show you the exception.”

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    Feldgrau
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    Stiff form
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    Ulan Officer wearing his dunkelblau dress uniform to his 1930 wedding:
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    Officer who later became a Police Officer during the Weimar era:
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    Feldgrau Officer portrait dated 1921:
    Post #131. Could not resist identifying this interesting chap. One Hauptmann Alfred von Flotow, formerly of Garde-Grenadier-Regiment Nr. 5, Spandau. Of particular note is the award in last position on the medal bar; the Finnish Cross of Liberty.

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    Glenn

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    Not a Germany Army uniform but a former German Army member. Henry Milde, who was born in Saxony, Germany in 1850, served in the German (Saxon) Army in the 1870's and joined the US army in 1882. Looks like he served with both the 14th and 18th Infantry. Seems to have been discharged (Vancouver, WA) in May of 1894.
    (Eric Q)
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