soldati tedeschi dispersi

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soldati tedeschi dispersi

Post by 2jack » 15 Dec 2004 09:26

un anziano signore un giorno mi ha raccontato di due soldati tedeschi uccisi durante la ritirata in prossimita' del fiume Po e sepolti dagli abitanti del luogo, sembra che siano ancora la', mi è stato indicato il punto preciso che si trova nelle vicinanze del mio paese, qualcuno vuole aiutarmi a verificare la veridicita' di questo fatto?

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Post by steyr-puch » 15 Dec 2004 14:14

Capita spesso di trovare sepulture improvvisate delle due guerre,purtroppo.
Pensa alle famiglie :cry:
Nel caso decidessi di scavare non dimenticare di avvisare i Carabinieri i quali provvederanno ad avvisare l'ambasciata.

:D

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Post by Pintos » 18 Dec 2004 02:58

Ma perché vuoi scavare quelle tombe? Per curiositá? O vuoi sacheggiare I corpi? Un po' di rispetto agli morti!

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Post by Daniel L » 18 Dec 2004 03:18

Please write in English.

Best regards/ Daniel

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Post by 2jack » 18 Dec 2004 03:59

Pintos wrote:Ma perché vuoi scavare quelle tombe? Per curiositá? O vuoi sacheggiare I corpi? Un po' di rispetto agli morti!
mi hanno detto che se si trovano soldati dispersi in altri paesi diversi da quelli di origine, oltre a dare una degna sepoltura, si può fare un gemellaggio tra le due località.Non sono uno sciacallo.

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Post by 2jack » 18 Dec 2004 04:02

D. Löwenhamn wrote:Please write in English.

Best regards/ Daniel
No write, no speach in english sorry

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Post by Pintos » 18 Dec 2004 04:24

Ah! Allora va bene. Scusa, non sapevo. Io anche sto cercando un soldato, ma un soldato vivo. Si chiama Renato Maina, e fu catturato dagli inglesi in Nord Africa. Non só cosa gli ha sucesso dopo la sua liberazione, e voglio trovarlo. Ma nessuno mi aiuta

D. Löwenhamn: Ok, but how will I be able to talk to 2jack if he doesn't speak english?

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Post by Daniel L » 18 Dec 2004 04:34

Pintos,

well, you can take it via pm's or perhaps you can translate what you have said.

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Post by Pintos » 18 Dec 2004 04:48

Ok, from now on I will post a small translation each time I post in Italian:

(From previous reply)

"I am searching for a soldier too, but a living one. His name is Renato Maina, and he was captured by the english in nord africa. I don't know what happened to him after his release, so i want to find him. But nobody helps me"[/quote]

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Post by GiordanoWC » 24 Dec 2004 00:59

my Zio was captured in la Greca by the english, i wish i were able to help you, but sadly, my italian is substandard.

mi scuzi, no me parlo bene italiano, io abbiti in Canada...

-Giordano

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Post by Victor » 24 Dec 2004 09:25

From what I understood, 2 jack said that an old person told him one day that 2 German soldiers were killed during teh retreat near the Po River and were burried by the locals. It seems that they are still there and the man indicated the exact location near his village. He asks if someone could help him verify this information.

2jack, I think you should start by mentioning the name of the village.

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Post by Lupo Solitario » 24 Dec 2004 12:41

2jack has indicated his location under his nick...he comes from Sermide, a little town near Po River, in province of Mantova, northern Italy.

In last days of April 1945 it was near a point to pass Po and there had been some fightings between retreating germans and advancing allies and partisans.

Ernstly I don't know which he should do: certainly speak with Carabinieri as first.

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Post by 2jack » 28 Dec 2004 11:52

Victor wrote:From what I understood, 2 jack said that an old person told him one day that 2 German soldiers were killed during teh retreat near the Po River and were burried by the locals. It seems that they are still there and the man indicated the exact location near his village. He asks if someone could help him verify this information.

2jack, I think you should start by mentioning the name of the village.
the name of the village is Cavo di Carbonara Po near Sermide and Po river. Thank you.

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Re: soldati tedeschi dispersi

Post by Ste » 12 Mar 2008 14:41

Hello!This is something that I found randomly on Volksbund:

Richter, Erwin
Dienstgrad: Unteroffizier
geboren: 21.10.1903
gefallen/vermisst: 22.4.1945 vermisst
Beschreibung: Als deutscher Soldat/ Rechnungsführer war er von circa Mitte 1944 bis zum 22.4.1945 um 22.30 Uhr in PEGOGNAGA bei San Benedetto am Po in Norditalien (ca. 20 km südlich von Mantua). Erkennungsmarke: -32-M.FLN.BETR.ST.KOL.(MOT) 3/XII. Er war UFFZ. und gehörte zur Heeresgruppe C, 14. Armee KORÜCK514 FeldpostNr.18490

Could this be helpful or interesting?Could someone translate the text?

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Re: soldati tedeschi dispersi

Post by Ste » 10 Sep 2020 15:00

2jack, can you please provide us some more details about this, if you have some?

2jack, gentilmente potresti fornirci alcuni dettagli in più a riguardo, se ne hai?

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