Story VIRIBUS UNITIS KJR2 VINTAGE

THE INSPIRATION – THE TYROLIAN 2ND REGIMENT “KAISERJAEGER”

Our watch KJR2 VINTAGE was named after the Tyrolian 2nd Regiment “Kaiserjaeger”.

The regiment existed from 1816 until the collapse of the monarchy in 1918 and had battalions in Vienna and Brixen.

Regimental owner: the owner was always the emporer (Kaiser) himself

Ethnical composition: 55% German-speaking, 41% Italian-speaking, 4% other language / command language: German, Italian

Facing color: grass green / Buttons: golden

Places of service during the 1st World War: Eastern front (Russia): Lubcza, San / Southern front (Italy): Col di Rode, Monte Sief, Col di Lana (Col di Sangue / Kaiserjaegermountain), Pasubio, Cauriol, Kreuzbergsattel, Croda d’Ancona, Maronia, Gusella, Monte Majo, Monte Zomo, Monte Meletta

The facing color “grass green” finds itself in the color of the small seconds hand and the color ring in the crown.

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The number of the regiment “KJR2” finds itself engraved in the caseback.

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The following links provide more information:

Wikipedia – k.u.k. Kaiserjaeger