What is a Bv. T. O. ?

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What is a Bv. T. O. ?

Post by Revellations » 15 Jul 2023 13:47

Trying to work out what the abbreviation Bv. T. O. stands for. Context is: the movement of a unit is to be organised by a Bv. T. O.?

Appreciate any help.

thanks

Scott

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Re: What is a Bv. T. O. ?

Post by 2KILFA » 15 Jul 2023 17:07

Revellations wrote:
15 Jul 2023 13:47
Trying to work out what the abbreviation Bv. T. O. stands for. Context is: the movement of a unit is to be organised by a Bv. T. O.?

Appreciate any help.

thanks

Scott
Bevollmächtigter Transportoffizier- chief transportation officer on an army staff.

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Re: What is a Bv. T. O. ?

Post by Prosper Vandenbroucke » 15 Jul 2023 21:02

According to this website :
http://www.allworldwars.com/German-Engl ... onary.html
It means :
bevollmächtigter Transportoffizier (chief transportation officer (on an army staff).
Kindly regards from Belgium
Prosper :wink: :wink:

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Re: What is a Bv. T. O. ?

Post by Revellations » 16 Jul 2023 00:41

Thank you both for your quick reply. This makes sense and fits perfectly into what I am researching.

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