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Autographed Postcard of General der Infanterie Michura

Autographed Postcard of General der Infanterie Michura

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This autographed postcard features General der Infanterie Michura, an enigmatic figure in the Imperial German Army. The photograph, identified as NPG postcard Nr 5158, shows Michura from the chest up, dressed in a litewka with the ribbon of the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class in the second buttonhole. At his throat, he wears a Saxon neck order, indicating his high rank and honors. His shoulder boards suggest he was a General in retirement, adding a layer of mystery to his career.

The postcard is boldly signed in black ink with his rank and the date 13 April 1920. Despite our research, detailed biographical information on Michura remains elusive. However, his appearance and decorations imply a significant role in the military. The postcard, preserved in excellent condition, provides a rare and intriguing piece for collectors of WWI memorabilia.

  • Historical Relevance: General der Infanterie, decorated with Saxon orders
  • Awards: 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class, Saxon neck order
  • Appearance: Full uniform with decorations
  • Condition: Excellent, never mailed

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Cultural Connection: The mysterious figure of General Michura adds an element of intrigue, similar to characters in historical novels and documentaries focusing on WWI.

Condition Notes: The postcard is in excellent condition with a bold signature and inscription, never mailed. It remains a valuable and intriguing addition to any collection of military memorabilia.

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