Alois Neumayer World War I memoir
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Alois Neumayer World War I memoir (1914-1915; 0.15 cf) is a hand-written documentation of his service in the German army during World War I. Neumayer came from the town of Cham, along the Czech border. He served in the 3rd Bavarian Reserve Foot Artillery Regiment, and saw action on both the Western and Eastern fronts. The volume is illustrated throughout with around 700 pieces of contemporary ephemera including postcards, photographs, maps, original artwork, clippings, letters, newspapers, song cards, etc. Neumayer's account details both the historical events leading up to the outbreak of war and his service in 1914 and 1915.
- 1914 - 1915
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Materials are in German.
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Alois Neumayer was an artilleryman who served in the German army during World War I. He served in the 3rd Bavarian Reserve Foot Artillery Regiment and came from the town of Cham.
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0.15 Cubic Feet (1 volume)
- Alois Neumayer World War I memoir
- Tanner Greene
- 25 February 2019
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