Letter from Fritz Sabersky to District Command IV. Berlin requesting permission to travel to Austria January 1 to February 1 1911
Date: December 30, 1910
Document in German
Berlin W.62, 30 December 1910. / Keithstrasse 4.
I am dutifully requesting the Royal District Command to grant me a trip abroad, to Austria, from 1 January - 1 February 1911. I am requesting at the same time to be released from the officer election scheduled on Friday 6 January 9:45. I am dutifully including my ballot in the enclosure.
Leutnant (second lieutenant) of the Reserve
Royal District Command IV [Königl. Bezirkskommando IV]
General - Papestrasse.
From the service of German officer Fritz Sabersky who served as leader of the Sanitary Company 3 (Sanitätskompagnie 3 Garde-Reserve-Korps) from 1915 to 1916 and after March 1917 as an instructor at the Royal Prussian Army Gas School in Berlin (Königlich Preußische Heeres-Gasschule).
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