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WHITE ENAMEL SHIELD W/ CROSSED BLUNDERBUSS'ES & DATE OF 1787 AT TOP,,,ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE-ALL ITEMS BOUGHT WITH BUY-IT-NOW OR I'LL TAKE IT OR OFFER ACCEPTED MUST BE PAID FOR WITHIN 24 HOURS UNLESS OTHERWISE AGREED UPON.,,FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THIS PROVISION BY THE BUYER MAY RESULT IN BEING BANNED FROM FUTURE SALES.
Three vintage, original World War One era metal match stick holders. One displaying a tin photo of Von Hindenburg; one with embossed German soldiers wearing spiked helmets; and one with an embossed "Gott Mit Uns" insignia! Reverse sides are blank. All are in good condition (considering 100 years old) with surface wear, chips, stains and some minor rust spots. A nice grouping for the Imperial German collector! Note: The photo image of Von Hindenburg is much clearer than scan shows. Flash caused it to shine.
The Awards of the Kingdom of Prussia-Volume 2 of O'Connor's multi-volume work on Aviation Awards of Imperial Germany, deals with awards of the Kingdom of Prussia. As the premier state within the German Empire, Prussia made many of its orders and medals available throughout Germany. The most famous awards, such as the Iron Cross and the Pour le Merite Blue Max are such high-profile awards, that Vol 2's histories of these awards, and biographies of many of the recipients, makes this book an excellent general history and reference for anyone's WWI book collection. O'Connor has included photographs of the various awards, and where possible photos of many of the recipients. In the case of the Blue Max recipients, their brief biographies often contain details of the deeds that 'won' them the coveted award. The book's appendices contain much statistical data as well.... Communication is the key, if there is some kind of problem or questions, just contact me at:email@example.com,, Com
THE AWARDS OF WURTTEMBERG,,,by Neal O'Connor,,,Book is in NEAR NEW CONDITION....Princeton, New Jersey: Foundation for Aviation World War I & Mountain View, California: Flying Machines Press, 1995. US first edition, paper covers, glossy page stock, 278 pages, 8 1/2 x 11, FINE CONDITION, massively illustrated with B&W photos, 1 page of color a/c side view profiles. -------------------A detailed study of the medals & decorations awarded to the Airmen of Wurttemberg during WW I, detailing the careers of these pilots in some detail, while tracing their medals & how they were won. Many rare photos of pilots and aircraft add to the value of this detailed reference work.... ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE-ALL ITEMS BOUGHT WITH BUY-IT-NOW OR I'LL TAKE IT OR OFFER ACCEPTED MUST BE PAID FOR WITHING 24 HOURS.,,FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THIS PROVISION BY THE BUYER MAY RESULT IN BEING BANNED FROM FUTURE SALES.
The Aviation Awards of Eight German States and the Three Free Cities 2002. First Edition Soft Cover...528pp. The last of Neal O'Connor's series covering the air awards and pilots of Imperial Germany. The eight German states appear first in alphabetical order: thus we find the Duchy of Brunswick leading off the discussion the Grand Duchy of Hesse the Principality of Hohenzollern the Principalities of Lippe and Schaumburg-Lippe the Grand Duchies of Mecklenburg-Schwerin and Mecklenburg-Strelitz and the Principality of Waldeck and finally, the three Free Hanse Cities of Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck. Among the forty-three biographies included in this volume are: Oblt. Ernst Freiherr von Althaus, Lt. Erwin Bohme, Oblt. Maximilian von Cossel, Lt. Ludwig Fritz Dornheim, Lt. Emil Florke, Offz.-Stv. Ludwig Friedewald, Rittm. Hans-Achim von Grone, Major Wilhelm Haehnelt, Lt. Franz von Kerssenbrock, Lt. Gunther Ludeke, Lt. Friedrich Niederhofer, Lt. Otto Parschau, Rittm. Manfred Freiherr von Richtho
FADED 2 TONE GREEN/BROWN W/LIGHT RUST TO HELMET.MOST FINISH GONE FROM TOP OF HELMET,NO LINER. IDENTIFIED TO "GEFR" KATZ 9/49",,,HELMET UNDOUBTEDLY SAW ACTION WITH THE "4TH ARMEE KORPS,9TH KOMPANIE(?) OF THE 49th RESERVE DIVISION" . COMBAT CHRONICLE- The 49th Reserve Division initially fought on the Eastern Front, entering the line in mid-October. It fought in the Battle of Ł?dź in November?December 1914 and then spent most of the period until mid-1915 fighting along the Rawka and Bzura Rivers. In July and August 1915 it fought in the Battle of Warsaw and then participated in the follow-on engagements as German forces drove the Russians back to a line along the Shchara and Servech Rivers. The division remained on the Shchara/Servech line until August 1916. The division then fought in various parts of the line, including in the Carpathians, until January 1917, when it was transferred to the Western Front. In 1917, it fought in the Battle of Arras, the Battle of Passchendaele, a
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