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IR 9

The recruitment area of the 9th Infantry Regiment lay in Galicia, south of Lemberg. Stryj was the center where the ...
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3rd Army in Belgrade

The main motif of the badge is the fortress built at the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers. This ...
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IR 6

The cadre of the K.u.K 6. Infantry Regiment was located in Újvidék (today Novi Sad in Serbia). Its recruiting area ...
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5 variants of German 11th Army badges

As a greenhorn badge collector, I was embarrassed for a while as to why the 11th Army had two very ...
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Red Devil 2

The name “Red Devil” remained as the common name of the Hussar regiments throughout the Great War. It was so ...
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4 rulers

The Kappeabzeichen shown in this section so far have been more about pieces mocking the enemy. This post is featuring ...
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IR 4 “Hoch- und Deutschmeister”

Founded in 1696, the 4th Deutschmeister Infantry Regiment had perhaps the longest tradition in the Monarchy. It was named after ...
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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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