Marinekorps Flandern

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Post by CNOCK » 07 Dec 2006 20:23

One of the 38 cm guns of the Battery Deutschland at Bredene (near Ostend)
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Post by CNOCK » 07 Dec 2006 20:25

Admiral Von Schröder visits the Battery Deutschland;

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Post by Hun1918 » 08 Dec 2006 11:26

Two members of the Seebataillon wearing Ersatz shakos and prewar uniform.
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Post by Hun1918 » 08 Dec 2006 11:54

I think this four are gunners in the Marinekorps, but i am not 100% sure
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Post by Peter H » 08 Dec 2006 13:50

Schröder visits the troops.

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Post by Peter H » 08 Dec 2006 14:13

This photo(previously discussed on the forum) of the 1. Marine Infanterie Regiment.Owned by our member trickcyclist.

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Post by Hun1918 » 08 Dec 2006 15:12

The marine in the photo seem to have a mix of m1898 ammo pouchs and 1909 ammo pouchs.
Was this normal later in the war?.

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Post by Fallschirmjäger » 09 Dec 2006 05:39

Thanks CNOCK for any more you show too and also Peter H,there all great.i wish i had one good book on them too now realy,covering the whole pruusian/german marine history or one on them in WW1.

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Post by CNOCK » 09 Dec 2006 09:19

Fallschirmjäger,

I am writing a book on the landunits of Marinekorps Flandern, with plenty of unpublished fotos and maps, unfortunately it will be in Flemish.

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Post by Fallschirmjäger » 09 Dec 2006 09:24

To bad,is this soon though too?,like is there any other books in english on the german marines in WW1 or there total history at all,but then if there older books they would be out of print though.

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Post by Peter H » 09 Dec 2006 13:46

"Wielding the Dagger": The MarineKorps Flandern and the German War Effort, 1914-1918,Mark D. Karau

http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.cg ... 1105719762

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Post by Fallschirmjäger » 11 Dec 2006 05:45

Thanks Peter H ,will have to check that out later.

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Post by CNOCK » 22 Dec 2006 14:17

Admiral von Schröder and von Hindenburg visiting Zeebrugge
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Post by CNOCK » 22 Dec 2006 14:19

Militaer Passes Matrosen Artillery Abteilung and Matrosen Division
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Post by CNOCK » 22 Dec 2006 14:21

Belgian coast

15 cm shells at Battery Kaiserin (Blankenberge)


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