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Tertiary or auxiliary literature (German)

  1. Regulations, official documents
  2. Ranking lists and the like (in chronological order)
  3. Address books (sorted by time)

 

(a) Regulations, official documents
 

Manual for the one-year sailor artillery volunteer.
Kiel: Marine-form magazine C. Schaidt 1906. 151 pages.


Guideline for artillery lessons for sailors' artillery. Completed July 1910. Editing: the inspection of coastal artillery and mining.
Cuxhaven: Verlag Alexander Grüter 1910. 256 pages.


Guideline for duty lessons for sailors artillerymen. Completed May 1913. Editing: Inspection of coastal artillery and mining.
Cuxhaven: Verlag Alexander Grüter 1913. 196 pages.


Organizational provisions for the personnel of the soldiers of the Imperial Navy plus annexes 2-34. (IF.). Published by the Reichs-Marine-Amt.
Berlin: E. S. Mittler and Son 1899. [With corrections No. 1-438 up to October 1905.]


Organizational provisions for the crew of the Kiautschou protected area and their naval tribes (K.O.B.). Reprint taking into account the changes that occurred up to May 1911. Published by the Reichs-Marine-Amt.
Berlin: E. S. Mittler & Sohn 1911. 22 pages.


German Defense Regulations 1914 of November 22, 1888, taking into account all changes that have occurred so far. 2nd Edition.
Berlin: Max Galle 1915. 435 pages.



(b) Ranking lists and the like (in chronological order)
 

Ranking of officers on leave of absence of the Royal Prussian Army separated by branches of service, with details of patents, apartments and civil positions. As of January 27, 1911. Edited by Siegmund Radziejewski.
Oldenburg i. Gr .: Gerhard Stalling, 1911. 562 pages.


German ranking list
including the entire active officer corps (including the medical and veterinary, equipment, fireworks and fortress construction officers, as well as the reused officers and medical officers zD) of the German army and navy and its offspring with the seniority lists of the generals or Admirals and staff officers, and alphabetical lists of names of all officers in the land army and navy. Supplemented to the status of January 2nd 1914.
Oldenburg: Gerhard Stalling, 1914. 879 pages plus advertisement attachment.


Ranking of the Royal Prussian Army and the XIII. (Royal Wuerttemberg) Army Corps for 1914. With the seniority lists of the generals and staff officers and an appendix containing the Reich Military Court, the Marine Infantry, the Imperial Protection Troops, the Gendarmerie Brigade in Alsace-Lorraine. As of May 6, 1914. Editing: War Ministry, Secret War Chancellery.
Berlin: E. S. Mittler & Sohn 1914. XXVIII, 1607 pages.


Ranking list of the Imperial German Navy for the year 1914. With an appendix containing the deck officers. As of May 12, 1914. Edited in the Navy Cabinet.
Berlin: E. S. Mittler & Sohn 1914. XVI, 392, 103 pages.



Ranking of officials of the Imperial German Navy for the year 1914. As of mid-June 1914. Edited in the Reichs-Marine-Amt.
Berlin: Reichsdruckerei 1914. XV, 380 pages.


Complete List of seniority (seniority list) of officers of the German Imperial Army, the Imperial Navy and the Imperial Protection Troops with details of the date of the patents for the earlier ranks, compiled by Major z. D. G. W.
Burg: August Hopfer, 57th year 1914. Getr. Pag. [Attached: (see above)]


Complete Seniority list of active medical officers and the medical officers in active positions z. D. of the German Imperial Army, the Imperial Navy and the Imperial Protection Troops with details of the promotions to the previous ranks and alphabetical list of names published by Dr. Ms. Jahn.
Burg: August Hopfer, 33rd year 1914. 76 Steiten. [linked to: seniority list (seniority list) (see above)]


Ranking list of the German Imperial Army. As of May 1, 1925. Processed in the Reichswehr Ministry (Army Personnel Office).
Berlin: E. S. Mittler & Sohn 1925. (IV,) 247 pages.


Ranking list of the German Reichsmarine. As of November 1, 1925. Processed in the Reichswehr Ministry (naval management).
Berlin: E. S. Mittler & Sohn 1925. VIII, 79 pages.


Honor ranking list of the former German Army based on the rankings from 1914 with the changes that have occurred in the meantime. Published by the German Officers Association.
Berlin: E. S. Mittler & Sohn, 1926. XIX, 1276 pages.


Honorary ranking of the Imperial German Navy 1914-1918. Editor and publisher: Navy Officers Association. Modifications made by Kontreadmiral a. D. Albert Stoelzel.
Berlin: Navy Officer Association 1930. XV, 1888 pages.



(c) Address books (sorted by time)
 

Directory of the German Kiautschou area and the province of Shantung including Tsinanfu, Tschifu and Weihaiwei for 1913-1914. (Compiled on the basis of official material.)
Tsingtau: Otto Rose [1913]. Not through. pag.


Colonial Trade Address Book 1914 (18th year). Published by Joh. Tesch. With seven maps of the colonies.
Berlin: Wilhelm Süsserott 1914. XXIV, 282.48 pages.


ADO address book of Germans from East Asia at home and abroad 1953. Edited by Paul Stark.
Stuttgart: without publisher's information, May 1953. 130 pages.



 

ADO address book of the Germans of East Asia 1956. 2nd post-war edition.
Hamburg: East Asian Association 1956. 234 pages.



 

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