Posted 11 January 2006 - 02:43 PM
The Regimental History of FAR 67 indicates the following with respect to Hauptmann Mummenhoff:
“Commander regiment, Major Phillip, deputized the commander FAR 31, Oberstleutnant (LtCol) Fuchs from 2 June until 14 July 1916. In this time, Major Mummenhoff from FAR 31, was leading/commanding our regiment.”
This is the only time where Mummenhoff was mentioned in the Regimental History.
The following was extracted from Regimental History FAR 67 with respect to the sport competition:
“A very well planned and conducted sport competition of 32. Infanteriedivision nicely interrupted the monotony of our military life. Our regiment also participated with great success. Even the Commander regiment, Major Phillip, was victorious in the horseman discipline.”The regiment was stationed in a very quiet sector. In the summertime nothing extraordinary happened. In this time 3rd Batterie FAR 67, was not specially mentioned.
I.Abteilung (=1st Battalion, 3rd Batterie was part of it) was stationed from 12.8.1917 – 22.12.1917 at the river Glina (east Galicia), attached to 241.Infanteriedivision;
From 12.8.1917 – 22.12.1917, II.Abteilung also at river Glina, attached to 237.Infanteriedivision. April 1917, III. Abteilung was newly deployed and fought with 22.Infanteriedivision. The FAR was positioned in area Krewo,Smorgon, Narotsch-See, Tweretsch - 3.10.15 bis 17.9.17
The regiment was deployed 27.12.1917 to the Western Front.
For completeness of Major Mummenhoff subject: The regimental history of FAR 31 mentions that Major Mummenhoff, as Commander of FAR 31, additionally had to liaise to AOK 10 as "Staff Officer Artillery".