[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] German Wehrmacht War Dead

Gary Warner gary at warnerengineering.com
Tue Jan 22 09:20:12 PST 2008


You might try the database at 
http://www.sggee.org/databases#German%20War%20Dead to see if more or 
different data is available.

Gary Warner

Albert Treichel wrote:
> For the benefit of other members with similar questions, I have been successful in finding information on an uncle who went missing-in-action from the German army during WW2. After I initiated a search quite some time ago by providing only my skimpy vital statistics data on my uncle, I received a letter in German yesterday from Deutsche Dienststelle (www.dd-wast.de) giving name, birth date, home village, dog tag number, regiment and battalion info and where and when he went missing (June 23-30, 1944 from Bobruisk, Russia). It stated my request was referred to the German Red Cross in Munich, which responded with the information.
> Bert Treichel
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