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Translating WWI German military phrase in casualty lists

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Re: Translating WWI German military phrase in casualty lists

Posted: 15 Feb 2013 1:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you so very much, Bob. In the same document, it says "bisher vermisst," which I believe means "previously missing." So, "he had been captured and imprisoned" which accounts for his "previously missing" status? And would there be records in finding out where he'd been imprisoned, or of his release?

Also, after his date of birth states a location -- Seidel?
Could this be his place of birth?

I apologize for bombarding you with questions, but this is all so exciting! Again, Bob, thank you so very much.

Petra
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
petramichelle... 15 Feb 2013 6:41PM GMT 
rjbehnen 15 Feb 2013 7:27PM GMT 
petramichelle... 15 Feb 2013 8:09PM GMT 
rjbehnen 15 Feb 2013 8:37PM GMT 
petramichelle... 15 Feb 2013 8:48PM GMT 
rjbehnen 15 Feb 2013 10:39PM GMT 
petramichelle... 18 Feb 2013 6:59PM GMT 
KlausWa 19 Feb 2013 11:44AM GMT 
petramichelle... 19 Feb 2013 1:08PM GMT 
KlausWa 19 Feb 2013 3:48PM GMT 
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