[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] RE: Commemorative Publication

JSchu9014 at aol.com JSchu9014 at aol.com
Thu Oct 2 19:56:14 PDT 2003

Hello All,

In a recent commemorative publicatiion from the Landsmannschaft der Deutschen 
aus Russland called "200 Jahre Ansiedlung der Deutschen im Schwarzmeergebiet 
(200 years of German settlements in the area of the Black Sea), there was a 
reference to a Mr. Lindeman who collected data about men of the colonies of New 
Russia and the Krimea area, who had to go to the Russian Army in WW1.  The 
time around 1914 - 1918.  he counted 1.088 from the Odessa, Ananjew and Tiraspol 
area.  All in all Mr. Linderman collected data about 7.623 mobilized men.  Has 
anyone heard of this list and does anyone know if it has been published and 
where one could look at the list or obtain a copy?  Does it contain just names 
and the dates they were to enter the military or does it actually have 
information about the individuals on the list?

If  anyone can answer any of  these questions, I would very much like to hear 
from you.  Could it be of any value to researchers of this list?


Janice Schultz

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