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  •  Six First War German Imperial Airmen Postcards
  •  Six First War German Imperial Airmen Postcards
  •  Six First War German Imperial Airmen Postcards
  •  Six First War German Imperial Airmen Postcards
  •  Six First War German Imperial Airmen Postcards
  •  Six First War German Imperial Airmen Postcards
  •  Six First War German Imperial Airmen Postcards
  •  Six First War German Imperial Airmen Postcards
  •  Six First War German Imperial Airmen Postcards
  •  Six First War German Imperial Airmen Postcards

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Six First War German Imperial Airmen Postcards

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Six First War German Imperial Airmen Postcards

The first photograph illustrates a seated Captain Brandenburg, inscribed "Hauptmann Brandenberg, welcher das Geschwader deutscher Grossflugzeuge beim Angriff auf die Festung London führte." above and "536 / Postkartenvertrieb W. Sanke BERLIN N.37. / Nachdruck wird gerichtlich verfolgt." at the lower right, 87 mm x 136 mm. The second photograph illustrates a seated Lieutenant Buckler, inscribed "Unser erfolgreicher Kampfflieger / Leutnant Buckler" below and "585 / Postkartenvertrieb W. Sanke BERLIN N.37. / Nachdruck wird gerichtlich verfolgt." at the lower right, 83 mm x 136 mm. The third photograph illustrates a standing Lieutanant Hans Müller, inscribed "Unser erfolgreicher Kampf-Flieger / Leutnant Hans Müller" below and "446 / Postkartenvertrieb W. Sanke BERLIN N.37. / Nachdruck wird gerichtlich verfolgt." at the lower right, 84 mm x 16 mm. The fourth photograph illustrates a seated Lieutenant Berthold, inscribed "Unser erfolgreicher Kampf-Flieger / Oberleutnant Berthold" below and "402 / Postkartenvertrieb W. Sanke BERLIN N.37. / Nachdruck wird gerichtlich verfolgt." at the lower right, 87 mm x 136 mm. The fifth photograph illustrates a seated Lieutenant Immelmann, inscribed "Oberleutnant Immelmann" with the memorial cross beside his name below, "A 393 / Phot. Pieperhoff." at the lower left and "E. P. & Co. A.-G., L." at the lower right, 85 mm x 137 mm. The sixth photograph illustrates Captain Boelcke in a studio setting with a "Hofphot. J. Müller. Dessau." to the right of the photo, inscribed "Fliegerhauptmann Boelke verunglückt am 28. 10. 1916" below and numbered "6005" at the lower right, 85 mm x 137 mm. Four are black and white, two are sepia-toned, on card stock, each with postcard backers, three with handwritten messages, two are postmarked, one of which has a stamp, the other three are unaddressed, ranging from very fine to extremely fine.
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