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Mike Blake
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Re: Ostasiatisches ExpeditionKorps

Post by Mike Blake » 23 Dec 2011 15:52

Ah - how odd. But atleats it wasn't me getting something wrong - which it usualy is! ;-)

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Re: Ostasiatisches ExpeditionKorps

Post by Chris Dale » 29 Jan 2012 15:19

I just stumbled across this website giving a breakdown of which home units provided how many troops for the East Asian Expeditionary Corps- http://sh-home.de/lolawolf/truebplatz/c ... ldzug.html

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Re: Ostasiatisches ExpeditionKorps

Post by stclairm » 03 Feb 2012 22:56

Chris Dale wrote:I just stumbled across this website giving a breakdown of which home units provided how many troops for the East Asian Expeditionary Corps- http://sh-home.de/lolawolf/truebplatz/c ... ldzug.html

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I've beentrying to upload a picture of my Grandfather Kaspar Dorsch who was in the German army during the Boxer Rebellion but the photo--while small--keeps getting rejected because it exceeds the 512KiB.
Frustrated and puzzled. Michael

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Re: Ostasiatisches ExpeditionKorps

Post by Chris Dale » 03 Feb 2012 23:10

Hi Michael,
I've sent you a PM... you can send me the photo and I'll put it up here.
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Re: Ostasiatisches ExpeditionKorps

Post by Chris Dale » 05 Feb 2012 20:21

Here's Michael's photo of Kaspar Dorsch. It looks to me like he's in a Line Bavarian Infantry (or artillery) regiment when this photo was taken. Does anyone else have any thoughts on it?

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Re: Ostasiatisches ExpeditionKorps

Post by stclairm » 15 Mar 2012 04:20

Thanks for the posting of website listing German units in Ostasiatisches ExpeditionKorps. Sorry no one could provided any further info about my grandfather. Lots of interesting material, however. Many thanks.

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Re: Ostasiatisches ExpeditionKorps

Post by Gensui » 01 Aug 2019 10:33

Dear all,
Although this topic is already a couple of years old, I'd like to give it a try.
I'm currently preparing my PhD on the later Oberst Paul Kuhlo, who was commander of the "Ostasiatisches Marine Detachement, OMD" [East Asian Marine Detachement] and became POW in Japan.

I have a hugh portfolio of several letters, postcards and Kuhlos diary, which I will evaluate for my PhD.
I heard from the descendant, that there must be some photo album from the belonging of Kuhlo, which is untraceable.

Does anybody have any documents, photos or anything else respective to:
- Paul Kuhlo,
- the Japanese POW camp Tôkyô Asakusa (tempel Higashi Hongan-ji)
- the Japanese POW camp Narashino?

Thanks in advance and br,
Chris

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Re: Ostasiatischen ExpeditionKorps

Post by Gensui » 01 Aug 2019 10:37

...marked guy is Paul Kuhlo
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Re: Ostasiatisches ExpeditionKorps

Post by Chris Dale » 04 Aug 2019 18:24

Great photo thanks for sharing.

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