Letter from Sabersky to Fröschke requesting accommodation for his horse during an army drill in Spandau
Date: June 13, 1911
Document in German
13 June 11.
On the 24th of this month I have the pleasure to exercise there by you and would be especially thankful to you if you could help me with several preparations. I am bringing a horse to the drill and would like to keep it at one of the Battalion's stalls. I hear that Rittmeister Rewold is also bringing a horse, so maybe both horses could be placed together in the sick stall or in some other free standing building. I would be even more grateful if you could send me a short note about whether I need to have my mare medically examined and how long before the beginning of the drill she must be determined free of disease.
With the request, to please excuse the efforts, I send my greetings.
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).
|Date||June 13, 1911|
|Year Range from||1911|
|Year Range to||1911|
World War I
Horse boarding & training facilities
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