Military pass WW1 Replacement battalion 3rd Guards Regiment on foot 3rd company
Military pass 1917
Hermann Emil Tharau born 4 may 1892 Buschkowo, Bromberg Preussen
Ersatz batallion 3 Garde-Regiment zu Fuß 3. kompagnie
August 2nd, 1914 : The regiment was mobilized according to the mobilization plan. In addition to the regiment moving into the field, it set up a replacement battalion of 4 companies and two recruit depots.
Location: 1878-1918: Berlin
Naming: 4.7.1860: 3. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß
First World War
As part of the 1st Guard Infantry Brigade, the regiment mobilized at the beginning of World War I on August 2, 1914. In association with the 1st Guard Infantry Division, it took part in the advance into neutral Belgium and fought near Namur. This was followed by the battles at Arras and in Flanders, as well as the trench warfare there. In the course of the war, the subordination changed and the association came on February 11, 1917 to the 2nd Guard Infantry Brigade.
Loss numbers 1914–1918
Memorial for the fallen soldiers of the 3rd Guards Regiment on foot (1914–1918) in Döberitz. Inauguration on May 6, 1923.
Destroyed after 1945.
After being returned home, the regiment was demobilized in Berlin on December 13, 1918 and finally disbanded in June 1919.