Tag: Military

WW1. Army postal service, Germany 1915.

WW1. Army postal service, 1915, Germany
Rare military postmark.  WW1. Army postal service, 1915, Saxony Germany

WW1 Army postal service, Germany 1915.

WW1 prisoner of war records. German handwriting. Template, rare Postmark

WW1 Army postal service, Germany 1915.

Army postal service, Germany 1915.

Fieldpost lettercard, was send to Bautzen to Robert Hahn, Saxony. Rare military postmark. German handwriting.

World War 1. Infanterie Divison Nr. 23

German army postal service from World War 1

German army postal service. World War 1. Collectible stamps. Philately. handwriting

German army postal service

German army postal service from World War I.

This historic letter was sent from Meissen on the 21.08.1915.

German Air Field Post World War 2

Luftfeldpost. German Air Field Post World War 2. Stamps, Philately, Postmark, SS Swastika.

German Air Field Post World War 2

Back of German Air Field Post cover World War 2. Template. Field Post Number

German Field Post Number

German Air Field Post World War 2

Sender: Sergeant Heinrich Mann, Air field post Germany, German Empire, air field post, Nr. 40666

German Parseval airship. Augsburg Germany 1910.

Parseval airship ballon. Collectible postcard. Early Aviator Zeppelin.

Parseval airship 1910

German Parseval airship Augsburg Germany 1910.

Under the name of Parseval created under August von Parseval 1909-1919 a total of 22 airships. Later, some airships were built under the designation Parseval Naatz principle. The special thing about the idea of August von Parseval was that his design no metal braces to stabilize, such as the Zeppelin needed. The ballonet (as it is called the air sac of the ship) is tightly held, by changing the temperature of the gas in it. If Increasing it, the gas expands and the balloon remains firm. On 26 May 1906 was the prototype of the Parseval airship from the military area Berlin Tegel on its maiden voyage. But it took another three years until the model was ready for series production. The Parseval airships were primarily purchased by the military, where they served as a patrol and reconnaissance ships.

German military airship M1. Aviator Hans Groß 1910.

German military airship M1. Collectible postcard. Early Aviator. Typ Groß-Basenach. Majors Hans Groß

German military airship M1

German Military  Airship M1, type Groß-Basenach of Aviator Major Hans Groß 1910.

Airship République French army 1908

Airship République French army. Collectible postcard. Early Aviators Zeppelin.

Airship République French army 1908

Airship République French army 1908.

The République was a French Army airship. She was a sister ship of the Patrie. It crashed on 25 September 1909 from Trevol. The cause was a broken propeller blades that pierced the shell.The République was completed in June 1908, flew for the first time June 24 and was handed over to the French army on 31 July of that year.

Length: 61 m
Volume: 3700 cubic meters
Drive: 70 hp Panhard Levassor
Maximum speed: 50 km / h

German army letter cover 1940.

Nazi German army letter cover WW2, 1940. Collectible. Army postal serviceHandwriting. Military

German army letter cover

Nazi German army letter cover WW2, 1940. Collectible. Handwriting.

German army letter cover

German army letter cover 1940.

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