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Letters from:

The Post and Telecommunications Museum Foundation has the world's largest undeveloped collection of German war letters. War letters were already among the first pieces of the collection 1872 founded by Postmaster General Heinrich Stephan Reich Postal Museum, Post the first museum in the world. http://www.museumsstiftung.de/feldpost/

Newspapers from the field 1. World war:

With the introduction of “Field Press Office” in the spring 1916 gave themselves the Army Forces comprehensive access to the field newspapers. Subjected them to strict censorship and the publications also produced separate articles to reprint. Since there were few resources for soldiers, to think about the political situation and the situation at home a clear picture, formed these army newspapers an ideal instrument of opinion steering. http://www.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/helios/digi/feldzeitungen.html

Like the books 45. Division:

Book of the Dead 45. Infantry Division. Originating from the Upper Austrian and Lower Austrian troops 1939-1944 http://www.landesmuseum.at/biophp/de/gef.php

War graves in Poland:

Cemeteries and memorials in Poland, but also from other European countries http://www.rowery.olsztyn.pl/wiki/miejsca/cmentarze

Member Directory of Officers Association of the Militia District Dusseldorf

Year 1902
Year 1903

Medical officers of the German army 1914-1919:

/download/Ehrenliste-der-Gefallenen.pdf

WASt:

Authority for the notification of relatives of fallen soldiers of the former German Wehrmacht. http://www.dd-wast.de/

Kriegsarchiv Sweden:

The war was Archives 1805 established as part of the then formed Field Survey Corps, whose main purpose was, ensure, that the Swedish military had good cards. To 1995 belonged to the defense establishment, the Military Archives, since it is a division of the National Archives.

The War Records Archive is authority for authorities and institutions, which are under the Ministry of Defense. From the volume of stocks here it is the second largest institution in Sweden Archives. Here are today 72 Shelf kilometers of files, as 900 000 Maps and plans, about 5 – 600 000 Photographs and 250 000 Books, also microfilms, Microfiche and electronic media. The collections cover the period of about 1530 to the present. http://www.riksarkivet.se/default.aspx?id=8336

Military History Research Institute:

the Military History Research Institute is a research institution within the portfolio of the Ministry of Defense and the Central Military History of the Federal Service. www.mgfa.de/

German military history 1500-1942 (ancestry)

http://www.ancestry.de/deutsche-militaergeschichte

German POW camp:

http://www.moosburg.org/info/stalag/laglist.html

Casualty Lists of the 1. World War II:

The Association for Computer Genealogy since autumn 2011 all sides of the casualty lists of 1. World War are in scanned form. These scans are or viewed via the database. be viewed via the database. http://wiki-de.genealogy.net/Verlustlisten_Erster_Weltkrieg/Projekt

German War Graves Commission e.V.

Tombs search online: http://www.volksbund.de/graebersuche.html

U-boat driver:

Database of the U-boat drivers 1935-1945 (In this sub-operator database to after completion of the project once the names of all U-boat driver of World War II are)

Qingdao and Japan 1914 to 1920

For about 4700 Men - professional soldiers, Conscripts, Cadet, Officials and civilians - began at the end 1914 the period of captivity in Japan. Most returned only at the beginning 1920, So after more than five years, back home or to another country of their choice.

At the center of these pages are the people of the German Empire and Austria-Hungary, which a hundred years ago for various reasons in that part of the world and who were caught up in the maelstrom of World War I. Link to Website:

War memorials:

The purpose of the Memorial project is, the casualties of the war, to honor the missing and other war victims while the warriors on the many places to be found- to receive favors and monuments attached inscriptions, archive and the general public, especially to genealogists, to make it accessible

List of Knight's Cross:

This website describes a Bravery award, about the World War II 7000 was once awarded to members of the German Wehrmacht. Military history enthusiasts and collectors will receive information about this award and their carrier