Deck Officer of the Imperial Navy

 
     
 

 
 

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This photograph shows an unknown naval deck officer. The photograph itself is interestingly mounted in a ship's porthole.

The naval officer wears a dark blue peaked naval cap with an imperial crown and scroll in yellow (or white) metallic thread above an imperial crown (see right). This insignia identifies him as a Deck (or junior) officer. He wears a double breasted officers jacket (or possibly a greatcoat) also in dark blue (see Naval Officer's Uniforms). His shoulder strap insignia identifies his exact rank although this cannot be clearly seen from this photograph. Under his jacket he wears a white shirt and collar with a thin black tie.

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Deck Officer's Dark Blue Cap
(See Naval Uniforms Details Page)
Photo Doppler Collection

 

 
 
Please contact me here if you have other photographs of the German colonies or the soldiers and sailors that served there. I am especially keen to hear from people with family photograph collections and am always happy to try to assist in identifying uniforms, units, places and dates for family history research.

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