Secret notice from District Command IV. Berlin that the Kaiser does not want officers participating in the new Tango dance
Date: January 8, 1914
Document in German
The Chief of the Military-Cabinet from 18 December 1913 - II 213/13 -
His Majesty the Kaiser and King does not want officers to take part in the dance called the Tango which is spreading in recent times.
Signed Frührer v. Lyncker
District Command IV Berlin / Berlin- Schöneberg, 8 January 1914 / Sekt. II Nr. 3 pers.
To obey [zur Nachactung],
Oberstleutnant and Kommandeur
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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World War I