Martin Siegel

Martin Siegel

Posted on 06/13/2015


Photo taken on June 12, 2015


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Martin Siegel
Martin Siegel
I have a few more pics made at the fair in Hanover on the site-that-must-not-be-named
flic.kr/s/aHskedXUnW
2 years ago.
Martin Siegel
Martin Siegel
Thanks for the favs, Stig and René!
2 years ago.
Martin Siegel
Martin Siegel
Thanks for the fav, autofantasia!
2 years ago.
RobbeK
RobbeK
Those were the days -- we had them in blue too -- for the "Rijkswacht" (not sure about the police here - I don't know how it was done in Austria, but the police was infact an institute controlled by the town/city mayor and they cars were mainly gifts (!!!!) from the local industry (we had a Mazda distribution center here ) . But to keep things a little bit controled there was also a "Veldwachter" who was appointed by the state ). The Rijkswacht was just a part of the army (it were : landmacht , luchtmacht , zeemacht , rijkswacht ).
You always were better off with the Rijkswacht imho - too much local politics inside the police and at least the Rijkswachter had been to school for some time. Now things have been unified ..
2 years ago.
Martin Siegel has replied to RobbeK
Yes, here alos everyone had them, police, gendarmerie, red cross, fire depts.
Until a few years back we had Polizei (police) and Gendarmerie but both were under rule of the ministry of the interior. Polizei were in the cities and Gendarmerie in the rural areas but doing practically the same things. Polizei were only in towns large enough to justify a complete apparatus of their own (including labs, detectives and uniform etc.). Gendarmerie were in the smaller towns and villages and had one central for each federal state (we have nine federal states). Army has no jurisdiction over civilians here in peace times.The Gendarms here were mostly locals from the villages. So they hada good knowledge of everything but was sometimes emberassing when they got someone like the mayor driving with too much beer. So when there was a so called "Planquadrat" (area wide testing on certain roads, especially on weekends, for drunk drivers this was normally made by Gendarms from outside.

But nowadays it's all one - Polizei only.

I think Italy has still that separation, Polizia and Carabinieri - Carabinieri are also Army, IIRC. You can do your Army service with them.

Grtjs
Martin
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
Martin Siegel
Martin Siegel
Thanks for the fav, SuperSteph158!
2 years ago.
Christian Caffin
Christian Caffin
Attractive oldtimer! Thanks for sharing! Regards, Christian
8 months ago.
Martin Siegel has replied to Christian Caffin
Thanks a lot, Christian!
8 months ago.
Erika Akire
Erika Akire
...tolle Entdeckung in ABC...
4 months ago.
Martin Siegel has replied to Erika Akire
Danke, Erika!
4 months ago.
Martin Siegel
Martin Siegel
Thanks for the favs Roger and Smiley!
4 months ago.
Martin Siegel
Martin Siegel
Merci, Eric Pierre!
2 months ago.