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I want you to know that former Nazi doctor Hans Eisele is buried in Germany in 77960 Seelbach..His son still lives here and he brougt the bones of his father from Kairo to Seelbach some years ago.. Hans Eisele fleed to Egypt and lived there under the name "Carl de Bouche" - when he died he was buried in Kairo and his son brought his bones later back to Germany...His son Armin Eisele still lives here..
Dear Mr. Hopmans,
my name is Michael Muck and I´m from germany living near Aschaffenburg (225 km away from Frankfurt am Main). I found your website during I search for the name Warren H. Muck. It is an interesting coincidence, because I surfed at youtube webside, searching for good film musik and I found a video from the film bands of brothers. In the closing credits I read the name Warren H. Muck and I thought to myself is it possible that this guy a relation of mine? I´m 42 yo and my grandfahter died few years ago. So I called my father if he knows about the name Warren H. Muck and he told me no, he did not know about a family living in the US. Few years ago I asked my grandfather to the WW2 but I got no many statments. As I know he was a german soldier, a dispatch rider, and he had to fight in the east and in Stalingrad, too. He got a shot into his left knee so he stayed in Bamberg in an improviesed lazarett, during the kettle of Stalinggrad was closed. He gave us no statements to the horror of WW2. Shortly before his death he only told to our retired priest because he had hughe fear to die with his weigth of war.
I know in fact of data protection it is not allowd to gave personal datas to an unknown person, but if you have any hints for me regarding to Warren H. Muck I'd be much obliged. I´m not a Nazi and I´m not interessted in guns or something like that. I´m only interessted in if I had or have relatives in the US. I´m looking forward hearing from you via e-mail.
P.S. You have a great webpage with many interessting details.
My uncle was Karlfreider Schumacher from Heidelberg, Germany and he flew with G. Rall with the 52nd All I want to know is if he was mentioned in Mr. Rall"s Logbook. Karl was shot down in May 1944 I think.
Very good site!! I'll be back!
Heinrich Hoffman took a photo of Adolf Hitler at the same building in fromelles as Hitler once painted. That’s a fact.
merhaba bay hopmans
böyle bir site yaptığınız için minnettarım, en güzelide isimler ve fotoğrafları aynı anda görebilmek, sayenizde bilgi sahibi olduğum için teşekkür ederim, sizi takipe devam ediyorum. saygılar.
Danke. General Major Eugen Bilharz of Baden-Baden is a distant ancestor who I have added to my research.
Ron, Reo, Nevada, USA
Betreft Melitta Schiller = Melitta Schenk von Stauffenberg : begin april 1945 stortte zijn naar beneden in Strasskirchen (letter "r" ontbreekt).
ik woon in België en ga jaarlijks op bezoek bij vrienden in de Lüneburger Heide in Duitsland (in de driehoek tussen Bremen Hannover en Hamburg). Reeds jarenlang heb ik ook een sterke interesse in WOII. Net zoals u heb ik het graf van von Manstein & von Blaskowitz bezocht. Ik ben echter nog op zoek naar andere graven in die streek waar mijn Duitse vrienden wonen. Kan u me hierbij helpen aub ?
Alvast bedankt en met vriendelijke groeten, Koen.
Quite a lot of rare footage!
Most liked indication of burial sites, and it can be difficult to find them.
Good luck in job!
I wish to register on the site, but did not find this function.
Will it be done in the future?
Hola desde mexico puerto de veracruz un sitio muy interesante gran investigacion lo disfruto mucho saludos
The photo of Capt. Robert H. Shannon who was the pilot on the B-24 Liberator bomber Hot Stuff is incorrect and the photo of Hot Stuff burning is also incorrect. Rescuers did not arrive at the crash site until 24 hours after the crash and the fire was out by then.
You can view a video of the story of the B-24 Hot Stuff and Lt. Gen. Frank M. Andrews at the following website:
I enjoyed visiting your site. Keep up the good work.
I just aquired a 1st Model Luftwaffe Presentation dress dagger. Manufactured by Paul Weyersberg. Engraved with gold wash. "Zur erinnerung an Deine kameraden" " Den berrn Oberleutnant zu Lippe Weissenfeld." Such a rare and singular find.
It has now been a few weeks since I found your website. I continue to be an avid reader. I ran acrossed the stories of your close association with members of the 101st Airborne. I am very impressed and touched with your gratitude for their sacrifices liberating your town. An uncle that I never met died during the Battle of the Bulge. Plus at least one other uncle who fought and survived the war. Please keep up the good work keeping these memories alive. Just an idea but you might want to consider writing a book based on the huge amount of research that you have done which is extremely impressive. If you do write that book I want a first edition signed copy!
Dear Mr. Hopmans,
I am completely speechless with your website. This website should live forever through the generations to remember us that war is such terrible thing. Thank you again for your details, efforts and passions. Keep the good work!
Congratulations on a very informative website, you have done and are still doing very good work. You are also very helpful when contacted.
Der Grabstein von Baldur von
Schirach ist vor kurzem entfernt worden. Das Grab selbst ist gepflegt.
Thank you so much for keeping the memories alive. We must not forget.
Dear Mr. Hopmans,
I have been studying your site and find it quiet amazing how much detailed
effort you invested into your researches.
Thank you for your dedication…you created a valuable dictionary…
José Carlos Rosa
I met this website today, and I'm finding it great ! You value and honnor 60 million souls who perished, by rendering available the story of the men and women who fought. They will be remembered for many and many generations. I' touched. Thank you.
I foung your site and have been reading it for the better part of a week straight. The content is so good I don't even mind the poor translation to English. Thank you for all your hard work.
Tolle Seite u. schönes Hobby......wünsche dir, daß Du noch älter als deine Eltern wirst.
Wer fotografiert dann Deinen Grabstein?
Grüße aus Duitsland
Van harte proficiat met de vernieuwde maar voorheen ook al steengoede website.
En een groot compliment voor de enorme hoeveelheid tijd en het doorzettingsvermogen voor het verzamelen van alle data. Châpeau!
More info on this site than I imagined thank you may cannot get about to work when I press on it
My wife and I have travelled from Hamilton Ontario Canada to take part in the liberation ceremonies. We are staying with my daughter and her family. We were deeply moved by the ceremonies that took place and will always remember those who lost their lives to this horrid war.
The layout of your website is fantastic! The information and photo's are excellent, and have been very useful for my own trips to the cemeteries. Thank you for all your help!
Greetings Rob, Really big change and much better organized !! It is going to make me seek more generals gravestones! Bill
Jo Van Bever
aangezien jullie blijkbaar toch de specialisten ter zake zijn, richt ik me hierbij tot jullie. Kennen jullie de namen van de RK-Träger die aanwezig waren op de begrafenis van Sepp Dietrich? Uit de beschikbare foto's haal ik maar een paar namen: Hausser en Bittrich worden gevolgd door twee RK-Träger. Bij de kist zelf draagt Macher het Ordenskissen en staan onder meer: Schäfer, Ullrich, Stenwedel en Bochmann. Een tweetal andere kan ik echter niet benoemen. Weten jullie soms meer? Alvast hartelijk bedankt!
Jo Van Bever
Amazing website. Thank you for a great job mr. Hopmans
hans H van BRUG TE VER
Proficiat met de vernieuwde web site. Great work guys!!