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Catalog Number 2013.66.52
Object Name Ticket, Transportation
Accession number 2013.66
Description Miltary train ticket from Küstrin, Neustadt [West Poland] to Malmedy, Belgium for 2 officers, 81 men, 103 horses, and 19 vehicles under the command from Sabersky
Date: August 12, 1914
Document in German

Translation of sections [entire document not translated]:
12 August 1914
The transport goes from Cüstrin [Küstrin], Neustadt
via Strausberg, Moabit, Stendal, Oebisfelde, Lehrte, Güterslohe, Holzwickede, Hagen, Opladen, Mehlem
to [blank]
under the command of Oberleutnant Sabersky
from Garde-Reserve-Korp-Brückentrains
with Military trains [normal, fast, and D-trains crossed out]
from Cüstrin [Küstrin] to Malmedy
The Transport consists of:
2 - officers
81 - men from Feldwebel [sergeant] up, [illegible] 36 horses accompanying
103 - horses
19 - vehicles, loaded for the field march, four-wheeled

2. The transport is arranged through trip list nr. [blank] of the line-communication 3. trip number of the transport - via trains with war-transports

12) Departure 7:33 in the evening on 12 August 1914
Arrival 4:33 on 14 August 1914


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 August 12, 1914
Year Range from 1914
Year Range to 1914
People Sabersky, Fritz
Subjects German
World War I
Transportation
Horse
Horses
Tickets