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From: ajleeb <>
Subject: [DVHH] Rastädter.
Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2011 21:03:42 -0700
A Konrad Rastädter, born in Nitzkydorf, Banat, died in WW-I, while
serving in the Hungarian Army.
Mathias Rastätter, House #506, born in Bakowa, b. 1920. d. in WW-II,
while serving in the German Army.
Place and date of death are unknown. Information is from one of the
Bakowa book which contains all the information such as, names of
persons who sacrafist their lives while forced into services.
This is my first inquiry:
My grandfather, Mathias Sagartz, (b-1888) was from Nitzkydorf. In the
married Anna Rastadter (b-1894) who was, I believe, from Bakawa.
Sagartz had a brother, Mathias Rastadter, who served in the Hungarian
WW1 He never returned from the war. Grandma said that he died but
(or tell) the circumstances. We do know that he was in a Russian POW
Siberia. While in the camp, he kept a journal (very touching
entries). It was
written in Gothic script so difficult that the translation service had
it to Germany to be "deciphered". His last entry was on November
How and where he died we don't know. I've tried to access the
rosters without success. Uncle Mathias was a master builder before
Is there any way to get to the records of the Hungarian army during
years? I believe that the Russian army mutinied late in the war and
whether Uncle Mathias perhaps may have been caught in the turmoil.
I would be very grateful for any help.
Thanks you in advance.
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