Re: Jewish people enrolled in the german army during WWI #general


Roger Lustig
 

Many records of the German army in WW I were lost during WW II.
Two useful exceptions, both at ancestry.com:
--Bavarian Army rolls: very detailed records of service, plus date and
place of birth and names of parents and spouse;
--published casualty lists.

Both are indexed, though the Bavarian set often has truly
bizarre readings.

Roger Lustig
Princeton, NJ USA
research coordinator, GerSIG

On 2/19/2014 4:01 AM, Patrick Atlas wrote:
Previously, a message was talking about jewish people who were died
whereas they was enrolled as soldiers in the russian army.
But is there a way to find list of (jewish) people enrolled in the
german army during the World War I?
My father was always told me that his father, my grand-father, did the
WWI in the german army. I own a photo of my grand-father as a soldier.
My grand-father was living with his brothers in Vienna, Austria.
Perhaps his brothers were also enrolled in the german army.
Thanks for any tips.

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