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Kappenabzeichen on postcards

IR 38

The 38th Kecskemét infantry regiment has been mentioned several times on this page (here and here). The posts were not ...
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GAR 7

The mountain artillery (GAR) was assigned to the mountain divisions. Mountain cannons and howitzers were among the smaller barreled guns ...
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FJB 31

It was a Croatian battalion from Zagreb. It was deployed in two brigades of the 25th division (49th and 50th) ...
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Polish Legion (3)

Polish troops with native command language were already established in 1914 in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. All of this took place ...
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IR 95 (2)

The 95th was a Galician regiment. Its command was located in Lemberg, and received staff from the Czortków area. It ...

21 Corps

The corps was created for the Monarchy’s great Tyrolean offensive of 1916 from the 44th Rifle Division and the Kaiserschützen ...
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HIR 306

Again, I am presenting a postcard with the Kappenabzeichen of an infantry regiment as a decorative motif. I have already ...
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FLIK 30

The air force of the Monarchy developed continuously during the Great War. At first, the most important task was reconnaissance, ...
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ITD 3

The main topic of this post is an interesting field correspondence card. With this capital letter, the addressee is notified ...
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IR 13

It was a Polish infantry regiment, the city of Kraków and its surroundings provided its crew. At the beginning of ...
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