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26th Feldjäger

The Feldjäger battalions were bigger in personnel than the usual infantry battalions and had an independent command. They were used ...
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IR 30

A fairly rare and much sought for badge is the IR 30 badge with the image of the Salcano railway ...
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Sturmbaon 58

The 58th Division was deployed on the Italian front. Its backbone was made up of mountain-trained troops, battalions of the ...
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Anti-aircraft unit badge

In the great reorganization of the Monarchy artillery in early 1918, mixed artillery regiments were established. This meant that the ...
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Infantry Battalion VI/48

Almost all k.u.k. regiments sent one battalion for mountain training. It is rather obvious that warfare in the mountains requires ...
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IR 32

The 32nd Infantry regiment was the house-regiment of Budapest with long historic traditions. The permanent owner of the regiment (Regimentsinhaber) ...
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IR 38

The cap badge of the Infantry Regiment No. 38 is one of the very much desired objects of Kappenabzeichen collectors ...
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Honvéd ITD 51

The 51st Honvéd Infantry Division was set up in 1915 to replace the former 23rd Division which served during the ...
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