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GERMANY- PHOTOGRAPHS – SIX ASSORTED SECOND GENERATION (PHOTOS OF PHOTOS)

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This is an interesting collection of seven photographs which are second generation photographs from original photographs…..

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GERMANY- PHOTOGRAPHS – SIX ASSORTED SECOND GENERATION (PHOTOS OF POSTCARDS)

This is an interesting collection of seven photographs which are second generation photographs from original photographs.

*Seven officers and a dog from various disciplines of the army.

*Fokker Dr 1 airplane in front of a hanger.

*The crew of a Navy Zeppelin standing in front of their Zeppelin. Among the group is the commander and two other officers. Many of the men are wearing the 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class and other decorations.

*The air and ground crew of a bomber stands in front of their bomber. A pilot can be seen with his pilot badge.

*The crew of the U-9 commanded by Otto Weddigen with their recently awarded 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class.

*Early during WW I Germany gifted two ships to Turkey. These ships while in the service of the Turkish Navy and were renamed were in fact crewed by German officers and men. In this photo the officers and men of the former S.M.S. Goeben are seen with both the German Kriegsflagge and the Turkish flag.

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GERMANY- PHOTOGRAPHS – SIX ASSORTED SECOND GENERATION (PHOTOS OF POSTCARDS)

This is an interesting collection of seven photographs which are second generation photographs from original photographs.

*Seven officers and a dog from various disciplines of the army.

*Fokker Dr 1 airplane in front of a hanger.

*The crew of a Navy Zeppelin standing in front of their Zeppelin. Among the group is the commander and two other officers. Many of the men are wearing the 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class and other decorations.

*The air and ground crew of a bomber stands in front of their bomber. A pilot can be seen with his pilot badge.

*The crew of the U-9 commanded by Otto Weddigen with their recently awarded 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class.

*Early during WW I Germany gifted two ships to Turkey. These ships while in the service of the Turkish Navy and were renamed were in fact crewed by German officers and men. In this photo the officers and men of the former S.M.S. Goeben are seen with both the German Kriegsflagge and the Turkish flag.

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Dimensions 6 × 4 in
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