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Berthold Philipsborn (1880 - c.1931)

See "Media" for image sources and other documentation. Image on profile page requires translation. I would appreciate contributions.

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Fritz Philippsborn (1888 - 1917)

Fritz's army rank was 4. Rifleman. R. 6 R. Jäg. Btl. 2nd Infantry Batallion. See . His insurance policy was confiscated by the Nazis long after his death. Who knows if anyone actually benefite...

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Moritz Rauh (1889 - d.)

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Paul Steinberg Zuckerman (1899 - 1965)

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Julian Jacobi Mack (1897 - 1990)

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Sidney Holdengraber (deceased)

He enlisted in the Canadian Army twice during WW1, The first time when he was underage and they caught him a few months later and discharged him. Then he enlisted again when he came of age. He later mo...

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Tom Echenberg (deceased)

Served in the Canadian Army in WW1. After the war he moved to the US and died in San Jose California.

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Sam Echenberg (deceased)

Col. Sam Echenberg, born in Sherbrooke Quebec, was the highest ranking Jew in the Canadian Army in WW2. He also served with the Canadian forces during WW1 in France and was mentioned in despatches.

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Rudolph Samuel Silberthan (b. - 1917)

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? Felix Darnbacher (1888 - 1915)

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Solomon שלום לייב Avadic (c.1885 - 1916)

Jewish Cemetery Filantropia Address: Bd. Ion Mihalache 91–93 Telephone: (21) 224.03.27 Open: Mon. – Fri 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.; Sun. 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.; Closed Sat. “Evol...

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Yankel Czapkowsky, WWI POW (deceased)

Yankel served in the Russian Army during World War I. He was in the Second Army, 6th Corps, Fourth Infantry Division, Second Brigade, 16th Regiment, 1st Battalion, 1st Company. His regiment invaded Eas...

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Yossel Prevosz (c.1915 - d.)

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Emil Marx MP (1889 - 1914)

Wounded in the battle at Bayernwald near the village of Wijtschate, Belgium during the month-long "First Battle of Ypres", Nov. 15, 1914. Died in hospital on Dec. 2, 1914. Buried in February 1915. 270,...

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Dr. Martin Marx (1889 - 1916)

The Reserve Infantry Regiment 76 came from Hamburg and was part of 17th Reserve Division. The regimental history states that all its members came from Schleswig Holstein, Mecklenburg and aus den Hans...

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Adolf Marx (1893 - 1942)

Birth certificate ordered by ARB 12-28-2010 "service@germany-service.com"

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Tivadar (Theodore) Káldi (1876 - 1961)

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Jack / янкель Kaplan (1895 - 1977)

During the famous WWI Battle of the Meuse-Argonne, Jack, a 22-year old combat engineer was exhausted after four days of shelling and rain, and became separated from his unit. He lay down in the straw o...

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Pvt. Samuel Oppenheimer (1877 - 1918)

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Berthold Grünhut (1893 - 1914)

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Hugo Bein (1881 - 1918)

Hugo was born in Augsburg, Bavaria, on 15 Oct., 1881, to Alexander and Klara Schwab Bein. He fought in World War II and was brought home gravely wounded. He died of his wounds n the Augsburg Military H...

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Emil Schloss (1885 - 1941)

Emil Schloss wurde als Sohn des Viehhändlers Leopold Schloss und seiner Frau Karoline [Ramsfelder] in Untereisenheim geboren. Nach der Volks- und Fortbildungsschule arbeitete er im elterlichen V...

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Paul Kahn (1895 - 1942)

According the registrar documents, Paul served as a soldier in World War I.

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Max Reinhaus (1885 - 1944)

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Benjamin Sorensohn (1878 - 1915)

Benjamin Sorensohn came 1909 to Berlin and lived at in Mommsenstraße 26, Berlin-Charlottenburg. Between 1910 and 1911 he lived in Uhlandstraße 78. In 1912 they moved to Gervinusstra�...

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Jacob Donsky (1864 - 1946)

A His name is alternatively spelled DANOWSKY, DANSKY, and DONSKY. His citizenship and naturalization papers list his name as JACOB DANOWSKY, native of Poland September 17, 1884. When Jacob married ...

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