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Can anyone help William...

Post  henridecat on Mon Sep 20, 2010 9:50 pm

This is an enquiry e-mail via http://www.kriegsspiel.org.uk from:
William N. Vossbrink <xaltotun01@yahoo.com>

Sirs: A few years ago I attempted to contact the military history facility in Freiburg, DE but did not receive a response from them. However, I unfortunately have misplaced their contact information. If such is available to you, may I impose on you to provide either an email or postal address that I may resend my queries? I am very earnestly seeking the original 1824 Kriegsspiel text in German by von Reisswitz, but it has proven *exceedingly* elusive. Thank you in advance. Cordially, W. N. Vossbrink (xaltotun01@yahoo.com or wnbush@fidmail.com)


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Post  Martin on Tue Sep 21, 2010 8:33 am

Here is what I have from Bill..........

1824. B. von Reisswitz. Anleitung zur Darstellung militairische manover mit dem Apparat des Krieg Spiels. The original K rules prepared by von Reisswitz for the Prussian Army following a demonstration for von Müffling and the General Staff in 1824. A copy in the Militargeschichtliches Forschungamtes, Freiburg, Germany and a photocopy donated by myself is in the National Army Museum Library, Chelsea, London.

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Post  Hessian on Mon Dec 27, 2010 9:47 am

The "Militaergeschichtliches Forschungsamt" moved from Freiburg to Potsdam in 1994. The new adress is:
MGFA
Zeppelinstr. 127-128
14471 Potsdam

www.mgfa-potsdam.de

There is a library in Potsdam, but the archive (the original documents) remained in Freiburg:
Bundesarchiv-Militaerarchiv
Wiesentalstr. 10
79115 Freiburg

militaerarchiv@barch.bund.de

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Post  Martin on Tue Dec 28, 2010 10:49 am

Many thanks 'Hessian'.

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