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Under an Alias …. a German in the AIF. Seeking the Missing War Medals of John Bert RIEDEL (Johann Berthold RIEDEL) of the 32nd Infantry Battalion.
Tweet Back in 2010, we posted a story titled “No Picklehaube For Me” which detailed the story of Australians soldiers (of German descent) who served in the AIF during the Great War. Please click on the below link to view … Continue reading
Who is Willi HUBER? World War One Photographs of German Soldier Found in Australia – Can You Help Find His Family?
Tweet Who Is Willi Huber? Medals Gone Missing is searching For The Family Of A German Soldier From The Great War. IMAGE RIGHT: One of the photographs of German soldier, Willi HUBER which was rescued from the photo album. Unfortunately, … Continue reading
Tweet Germans in the AIF (or should we say, men of German descent) numbered in their thousands. You need only peruse the First World War Embarkation Roll to see exactly how many men with Germanic names, actually served under the … Continue reading