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  • Carol Schlueter
    Even though this has nothing to do with Germany research I thought maybe the members would be interested in this excellent site for researching family and
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      Even though this has nothing to do with Germany research I thought maybe the members would be interested in this excellent site for researching family and friends that were casualties of the Vietnam War.\
      Carol Schlueter
      Belleville, IL
      researching the surnames of
      Baetje, Hartmann, Heller, Jacobs, Kehrer, Kunert, Maier, Mueller, Reinfrank, Ritzler, Schneider, Schlueter, Schuster, Studt, Wolf, Woll






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