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  1. Sommerfeld, sorry I forgot to ask, where did the death notice you included in your post come from?
  2. Thank you for the replies. It’s a monument to German and Austro-Hungarian prisoners of the first world war built in 1916 and located in Khabarovsk, Russia. http://en.tracesofwar.com/article/80653/Mass-Grave-German-en-Austro-Hungarian-Prisoners-of-War.htm I wonder if it’s easy to trace the information on all of those persons using military records which would be great.
  3. Hello, I’m new to the forum and I thought I could find some help here with identifying military ranks written in Austro-Hungarian Prisoners of war memorial which I need to translate. I don’t understand german language and searching in google didn’t help me. Could you help me please with understanding and translating the memorial board? Here’s the picture. https://puu.sh/rGmxA/5d6d45049d.jpg That’s what I’ve found so far: Teucher Franz K.u.k. ? D?kalapos Josef K.u.k. ? Arzt (some sort of a medical?) Jezernicky Franz, K.ung. Honv ? Amler Antoh K.ung. Honv Lt. (Leutnant?) Priem Ernst, Kgl. Preuss. Lt. Arnold Heinrich Kgl. Preuss. Fldw. Lt. (Feldwebel Leutnant?) Kohanyi Koloman K.u.k. Fhnrch. (Fähnrich) Munch Gustav Kgl. Preuss. Off-Stellv. (Offiziers-Stellvertreter) K. u. K. Kaiserlich und Königlich (Imperial and Royal) Austro-Hungarian Army K. ung. Honv. Königlich ungarische Landwehr (Honvéd) Kgl. Preuss. Königlich Preussisch (Royal Prussian Armee)