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Jewish Prisoners of War in Siberia during WW1

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  • Jdc Archives
    Mendel Mano Farkas (1888 - d.)
    He was unmarried as he joined the Inf JR 32. He got captured 10. Nov 1914 and was a Pow untill 23. Nov 1920 (reliesed Frankfurt) source JDC Archives
  • Jdc Archives
    Marton Veresz (1893 - d.)
    The familie changed there name in 1903. Marton was a Medic as he served as a ensign at the JR 26. He got captured 13. Sept 1915 and released 28. Oct 1920 Mainau. Source JDC Archives
  • Jdv Archive
    Isak Josef Josek Antler (1880 - d.)
    Isak had a Godfather called Jossel, so i belive he had a second name Josef. The Pow File tells of Josef Antler born 1880 in Suczawa. There had been no other even close to this name in the ten year rang...
  • Jdc Archive
    Mechel Michael Weissman (1861 - d.)
    Mechel or Michael as the Pow file tells was a "Gutspächter" leaseholder in Chocumierz Kalusz. He was married with 7 children as he cot captured at thr the 11 March 1915 as a civil prisoner. He got rel...
  • Efraim Spatz (1876 - d.)
    Efraim was married with three Children in 1915. He served at the JR80. He was a POW in Siberia from 22 March 1915 untill 15 Nov 1920. Source Jdc Archives

A collection of Jewish Prisoners of War during WW1 in Siberia