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Ungarisch Freiwilligen Husar O[...], 1859

Oesterreich-Ungarn. Freiwilligen Krakusen, 1866. Offizier in Parade; Offizier im Gesellschaftsanzug; Offizier in Parade.

Offizier der freiwilligen Compagnie, unter commando des Herrn Majors Crespin 1881

Letzeburg 1888: freiwilligen Compagnie

Letzburg 1898: freiwilligen Compagnie

Luxembourg: freiwilligen Comp. - 1899

Cadett der Freiwilligen Compagnie

Boehmisch Freiwilligen []officier

Lombar [...] Freiwilligen Husar [...]

[Steirisch] Freiwilligen Corps

Ungarisch Freiwilligen Infanterie

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