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GERMANY – DISPATCHES – WARTIME – 1917

SKU: 12-438

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This is a group of three different war dispatches. Each of these measures 12 1/4″ x 11 ½.” Each has a 1914 Iron Cross in the upper left corner. All are trimmed in Germany’s national colors of red, white, and black. Each represents a different day in the war. They are noted below.

Nr 1114, dated 10 February 1917. It deals with the activities of various Armee Groups and is signed by General Erich Ludendorff as the Generalquartiermeister, which was in effect the Chief of Staff to Generalfeldmarschall von Hindenburg.

Nr 1117, dated 16 February 1917. Mention is made of the progress at the front and mention of certain Armee Groups. Also, mention of Machine Gun and Minenwerfer units. Signed by Ludendorff.

Nr 1135, 19 March 1917. More indication of the progress of the war, and again signed by Ludendorff.

This is a very interesting grouping.

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This is a group of three different war dispatches. Each of these measures 12 1/4″ x 11 ½.” Each has a 1914 Iron Cross in the upper left corner. All are trimmed in Germany’s national colors of red, white, and black. Each represents a different day in the war. They are noted below.

Nr 1114, dated 10 February 1917. It deals with the activities of various Armee Groups and is signed by General Erich Ludendorff as the Generalquartiermeister, which was in effect the Chief of Staff to Generalfeldmarschall von Hindenburg.

Nr 1117, dated 16 February 1917. Mention is made of the progress at the front and mention of certain Armee Groups. Also, mention of Machine Gun and Minenwerfer units. Signed by Ludendorff.

Nr 1135, 19 March 1917. More indication of the progress of the war, and again signed by Ludendorff.

This is a very interesting grouping.

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