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Currently i am looking after the regimental history's or other relevant info (for example is there still info in German archives or others?) from the following Infantery Regiments

* Infanterie-Regiment 360

* Infanterie-Regiment 361

Thanks in advance

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Hello Andreas

 

Thank you very much, anyone a idea iff the Kriegsstammrollen or Regimental Papers (or Divisional Papers) are still in existence in some archive?

Cordial greetings,

Stijn David

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Hello Stijn,

You can find the Regimental Geschichte of IR 360 in Leipzig: Send a mail, they will help you

Deutsche Nationalbibliothek

Deutscher Platz 1

D-04103 Leipzig

Telefon: +49-341-2271-453

Telefax: +49-341-2271-470

mailto:info-l@dnb.de

http://www.dnb.de

 

Hello again Stijn,

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Jef

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There is even a divisional history of the 4. Ersatz-Division.

I have somewhere an original batallion war diary for some months in 1916 of IR 360 somewhere, if I'm not mistaken (my library is a bit of mess for the moment).

Jan

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Hello Jan

 

Thank you = i would love to read that DIvisional History and that bataillon war Diary. Mayby some info on my Leutenant can be found in them?

 

Cordial greetings,

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