Totenbuch - List of the Dead

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Home Community Last Name First Name Religion Address Profession Born Died Buried Notes
Albertsdorf Wittenberger Franz Gakowa In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Albertsdorf Pulver Katharina Valpovo In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Albertsdorf Schäfer Martin Valpovo In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Albertsdorf Sivek Theresia Valpovo In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Albertsdorf Walper Barbara Valpovo In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Albertsdorf Albrecht Josef Died in Albertsdorf
Albertsdorf Albrecht Josef sen. Died in Albertsdorf
Albertsdorf Albrecht Katharina Died in Albertsdorf
Albertsdorf Hauk Andreas In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died in Manoster.
Albertsdorf Klemens Georg Died in Albertsdorf by direct effects of war outside Titos sphere of influence.
Albertsdorf Schmidt Michael Died in Albertsdorf by direct effects of war outside Titos sphere of influence.
Albertsdorf Tür Eva Died in Albertsdorf by direct effects of war outside Titos sphere of influence.
Albertsdorf Bayer Jakob 1945 Fled to Germany in October 1944, died in 1944 and 1945 by direct effects of war outside Titos sphere of influence.
Albertsdorf Holzer Anton Killed in Action, Died in Hungary
Albertsdorf Schäfer Johann Killed in Action, Died in Hungary
Albertsdorf Homann Anton Missing in Action
Alibunar Abelovski Filipp Protestant Dyer 27.08.1908 Born, In Franzfeld, Missing.
Alibunar Beck Alfred Roman Catholic Hausnr. 29 Mechanic 5.11.1922 8.10.1941 Killed in Action, Moscow, Russia
Alibunar Birnstil Josef Roman Catholic Hairdresser Killed in Action
Alibunar Beck Josef Roman Catholic Hausnr. 29 19.10.1920 19.01.1943 Buried in Finland, German Military Cemetery.

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