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Q: Missing WW2 Soldier ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: Missing WW2 Soldier
Category: Family and Home > Families
Asked by: stadtshanka-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 01 May 2005 17:25 PDT
Expires: 31 May 2005 17:25 PDT
Question ID: 516622
How can I find a Russian soldier from WW2? The Soldier is my
brothers dad and he has not been heard from sence 1946-1947. He was
last scene in the town of "Neudorf, East Germany"  We do not know
if he is alive or dead. We do have a picture of him from 1946-1947.
His first name was Nicoliey. I do not know his last name at this time.

Steve Stade
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Subject: Re: Missing WW2 Soldier
From: myoarin-ga on 01 May 2005 18:44 PDT
I expect that you have already tried the usual searches:  

"missing persons"  
"missing persons"  "ww ii"  or just "war",
whereby "Nicoliey" is not a missing person in the usual sense, the
search for children and sibling known to exist.

Maybe a GAR can find a Russian website for soldiers in Germany.
Since Neudorf is in the then "East Germany", his return to Russia
would not have been recorded in Germany, and the first name is not
Good luck!
Subject: Re: Missing WW2 Soldier
From: fp-ga on 07 May 2005 03:27 PDT
Do you have your brother's birth certificate? Was he born in Neudorf, or elsewhere?

It may be possible to find out which Russian units were stationed near Neudorf.

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