Tuesday, May 21, 2013

1918-1920 POLAND: ARMY LOSSES--LISTS OF NAMES

A list of soldiers killed in 1918-1920 was created by Jacek Mlochowski (www.genealodzy.pl). The index list is in alphabetical order (in Polish) and can be found at:
http://www.stankiewicz.e.pl/index.php?kat=28&sub=334

or http://tinyurl.com/aecjd8j

You can use online translators to view the information in the language of your choice.

The data is based on information from the "List of the Polish Army Statement" issued by the Bureau of Military History (1934). it includes the individual's army status, years (killed ?), places (residence ?).

A partial list of surnames of Jews or possible Jews is:

ABRAM, ADRA, AJZENMAN

BABCZUK, BLUMER

CHAIMOWICZ

DAVID, DAVIDSON,  DAWIDOWICZ

EBERT, EIGERT, ELBERT, EPPEL, ERDMAN

FABER, FAJGENBLAT, FIGIEL

GORDON, GAIK, GARWAS

HARCZYK

JAKOBSKIND, JAKUBOWSKI

KAC, KALB

LACHOWSKI, LAMPART, LEIPZIG, LEMEK

MABE, MACHER

NACHTSTERN, NADOLNY, NEUGEBAUER

OBSTLER, ODER

PLATT, PLEZOWSKI, PLACZEK, PNITA

RABINEK, RAPACZ, RAPAPORT

SACK, SAFIR, SOLOMON

STEJNOWICZ

SINGER/SPIEWAK

TAJGELICHT, TAJTELBAUM, TAUB, TERTELTAUB

UNTERGANS

WACH, WACHSMAN, WAJNSTOK, WAJDENFELD, WAJSRUBIN

WITCIK, WITCZAK

ZAK, ZORAK, ZUCKER

MORITZ, GOLDBERG, GORTYCH

Please view Mr. Mlochowski's list for further information.