Ok, even if it could've been worn after the WDA, the ribbon Lohmann is wearing is still not the Baltekreuz. The ribbon colour doesn't fit. And he didn't serve in any Freikorps units in 1919 or 1920.graveland wrote: ↑07 Oct 2023 14:44I totally disagree. For example, see the Baltekreuz after the WDA.Kriegsmarine Großadmiral wrote: ↑07 Oct 2023 14:23B is quite clearly the ribbon of the Spanischer Orden für Verdienste zur See. It was a red/yellow/red ribbon. See on Lietzmann's ribbon bar.
C can't be the Baltenkreuz because it would've been placed before the WDA. Besides, the colours of the ribbon don't match with the Baltenkreuz (which was a blue/white striped ribbon).
D is obviously the Orden der Krone von Italien (red/white/red coloured ribbon with crown device). The Spanischer Orden für Verdienste zur See did not have a crown device on the ribbon and it had different colours.
What about B and D? See my answer above.
Please also see post #1348 on the previous page.