commander wrote:Here's another pic of that sort of weapon...
And this train name is "Uncle Tom".
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Durand wrote:Hallo Everyone,
-- On November 11, 1918, the commander-in-chief of the VIII. army granted permission for the formation of the Baltische Landeswehr. It was to consist of 20,000 territorials which were to be divided into two groups, Latvian and Estonian. Major Sheibert, a German, was to command the Latvian group and Colonel von Weiss, later commander of the Baltenregiment, was to command the Estonian group. I am wondering if some personal ties developed among two or more officers in the initial command structure which could account for the "representative" of the Estonians that Spekke claims was on Goltz's staff during the spring of 1919.
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