I'm looking to get the information about a German Soldier Grave and the name of the Cemetery.
The soldier's name was Michael Feichtenfchlader.
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The only mandatory information you need for a search is the surname. (I would always start with a broad search and limit it down by given name or year of death later. Don’t search by date of birth or birthplace, as these information are often not available and thus you would exclude correct search results.)
“Feichtenfchlader” is not a German name (but “Feichtenschlager” is).
Nachname: Feichtenschlager Vorname: Michael Dienstgrad: Obergefreiter Geburtsdatum: 01.12.1912 Geburtsort: Maria Schmoln Todes-/Vermisstendatum: 14.02.1943 Todes-/Vermisstenort: Slawjansk am Donez
The result also gives a short summary of the grave:
Michael Feichtenschlager ist vermutlich als unbekannter Soldat auf die Kriegsgräberstätte Charkow überführt worden. Grablage: wahrscheinlich unter den Unbekannten
It means: Most likely he is buried at Charkow cemetery, as his remains were not among those which could be identified.
The birth place is certainly misspelled, it should be Maria Schmolln.
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