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the First World War Collection of ca. 480 OPhotographein (vintages, silver gelatine prints) and (photo-) postcards of a Saxon hussar officer in France and others, ca. 1914-1916. Formats from ca. 4 x 6 to 16 x 22 cm. Mount in 3 albums of the time with cord binding (rubbed, joints partly torn). Among other things the following are shown Riding maneuvers, ruins after an explosion in Lille in 1916, comrades (Schmidt, Hetzer, Pilz, Nette, Nordmann, Planitz, Thiemig, Sergeant Reusmann and others), the 2nd Royal. Saxon. Hussar Regiment No. 19, 5th squadron in Roubaix, numerous views of Zeithain (military training area), Prisches, Outre (Casino, riding school), Roberchamp, Laon (railway station), Grimma, Bautzen, Outre, Sault, St. Remy, Bouillon, Comines, Camp de Chalons, Dinant, Chaudion, Lille (Hem), Roubaix, Bruges, Ostend, Laon, Kortrijk, Courtrai, Tournai, Valenciennes, Gand, Douai, Saint-Quentin, Grossenhain (home town of the albumin owner). - Occasionally somewhat silvered or faded, overall well preserved. World War I. - Collection of approx. 480 orig. photographs (vintages, gelatin silver prints), and (photo-) postcards of a Saxon Hussar Officer in France during World War I. Mounted in contemp. cardboard and cloth albums (rubbed, hinges partially teared). - Occ. minor oxidation mottling or fading, overall well preserved. *

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