KuK Fieldhospitals in Turkey

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stevebecker
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Re: KuK Fieldhospitals in Turkey

Post by stevebecker » 08 Dec 2019 22:13

Ian,

Your better then me I don't see him?

The Ranglisten des Kaiserlichen und Königlichen Heeres 1918, lists at lest seven men named "Luger"

Alfred
Arpad
David
Emil
Ignaz
Johann
Ladislaus

of whom

Alfred
Emil
David

Are shown in the Infantry, and

Arpad
Johann

Are in the Artillery, and

Alfred
Ladislus
Ignaz

Are shown in Support units

While Ladislus and Ignaz are shown in different services they are not Doctors but a closer look at Alfred from the IR No 4 BB, shows he is a
Oberärzte

The officer in the IR No 67 named Alfred is a different man being a Captain but not shown as a Doctor, so its possible that Alfred in the IR No 4 BB is our man?

Can you add more of Josef to see if I am looking at the right man?

Cheers

S.B

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IanE
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Re: KuK Fieldhospitals in Turkey

Post by IanE » 09 Dec 2019 01:59

Steve,
I can add nothing to Oberärzte Josef Luger.
Oberärzte Alfred Luger is with bosnia-herzovgina IR 4, so it could be him (more likely than not I would wager)
Both have similar seniority dates, so unless you can add something regarding Josef or Alfred (decoration/awards) we may never know.
I will keep digging and see if I can locate anything on Josef Luger.
Regards,
Ian

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