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Emperor Karl and...

Postby Rolf2 » 28 Jul 2017 10:39

Hi guys! Anybody knows who is the person beside Emperor Karl?
Photo was taken in Böhmen, don´t know a date.
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Re: Emperor Karl and...

Postby Frech » 30 Jul 2017 06:34

It is a civil servant, I would assume a "Bezirkshauptmann".

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Re: Emperor Karl and...

Postby Rolf2 » 30 Jul 2017 10:01

Ok, I see...so presumably is almost impossible to give him a name, I suppose

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Re: Emperor Karl and...

Postby Nikolaus » 12 Aug 2017 18:39

Rolf2 wrote:Ok, I see...so presumably is almost impossible to give him a name, I suppose


A photo is done during a visit in a city Neudeck https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nejdek of March, 27 1918
The monarch arrived about the first hour. Herman Becher met him in the city council.(Pester Lloyd 27. März 1918)
See Sport und Salon 7. April 1918
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Re: Emperor Karl and...

Postby Nikolaus » 12 Aug 2017 19:01

Here list who was present (Prager Abendblatt 27. März 1918)
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Someone from them accompanied Carl
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Re: Emperor Karl and...

Postby Rolf2 » 12 Aug 2017 21:54

Great informations Nikolaus. It looks like exactly the same photo

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Re: Emperor Karl and...

Postby Frech » 14 Aug 2017 10:11

As you can read Karl was welcomed in the "Bezirkshauptmannschaft", so the most probable men for accompanying the emporer in Neudek is the highest official there, the "Bezirkshauptmann".

Therefore it is with 95 %:

Dr.iur. Karl Schram, Bezirksoberkommissär mit Titel und Charakter eines Bezirkshauptmannes.

Sorry for the bad quality of the attachment.

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Re: Emperor Karl and...

Postby Rolf2 » 14 Aug 2017 20:17

Very good informations Frech, and I think you´re right. Thank you


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