Militär-Roßarztschule Berlin

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Militär-Roßarztschule Berlin

Post by Alexander Betzhold » 11 Aug 2021 13:06

Guten tag,
Someone could share please pictures or photos of the Militär-Roßarztschule Berlin?

I just found this:
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Re: Militär-Roßarztschule Berlin

Post by Glenn2438 » 11 Aug 2021 16:12

Hi Aleaxander,

the Militär-Roßarztschule/Militär-Veterinär-Akademie was located at the then Karlstraße 23a (now Reinhardtstraße) directly North of the present day Friedrichstraße railway and S-Bahn station. It was destroyed in WW2.

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Re: Militär-Roßarztschule Berlin

Post by Alexander Betzhold » 11 Aug 2021 17:06

Thank you, and do you have any picture of Militär-Lehrschmied schule Berlin?

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Re: Militär-Roßarztschule Berlin

Post by Alexander Betzhold » 11 Aug 2021 17:50

Someone knows in wich publication I could find the liste of Eleven, to search Robert Reff between 1887 and 1890?

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Re: Militär-Roßarztschule Berlin

Post by Glenn2438 » 11 Aug 2021 18:29

Alexander,

the Lehrschmiede was co-located with the Roßarztschule. Here is a plan from Fontaine's history of the Heeres Veterinärwesen. The actual Roßartzschule (accommodation block) is at the top of the plan.

The building's entry in G. Michael Dürre's "Die Steinerne Garnison - Berlins Militärbauten" gives the following details regarding the school and the instructional smithy:

Construction period - 1868-1871

The school was a four storey barracks building of 85m in length for the accommodation of 156 Roßarzteleven, 64 shoeing students and had additionally, several service accommodation rooms. In addition there was a single story house for the Korpsroßarzt, 2 stables for 30 horses, a forage store and other facilities. The actual instructional smithy was 41.6m long, 17.2 m wide and equipped with 10 forges and 20 stoves.

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Re: Militär-Roßarztschule Berlin

Post by Alexander Betzhold » 11 Aug 2021 20:15

Leider was destroyed in WW2, here is a picture:
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