WW1 Ir. NR 150

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CHRISLEONZAL
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WW1 Ir. NR 150

Postby CHRISLEONZAL » 14 Nov 2017 04:33

Hello, my name is Christine and I am very sorry In advance if I have posted this in the wrong area.

I have a relative who was in the German Army during WWI. All I know is he was apart of Infantry Regiment 150, company 3 and died in Field Hospital 283 April 1918 in France and is buried in St. Quentin.

Based off this minimal information, could someone tell me more about Ir. 150, co. 3, Field Hospital 283 and which battle he most likely was fatally injured in? I have been researching this for a year and come up with nothing. I'm very new to this search.

His name was Franz Leonczak, born in 1868, Neuvorwerk Krotoschin. Which raises another question for me, if the age was 20 to enter the military, being born in 1868 makes him a fairly old soldier in 1917. Is this uncommon?

Thank you kindly, Christine

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Re: WW1 Ir. NR 150

Postby GregSingh » 14 Nov 2017 08:23

:welcome:

Look here, in Imperial Germany section of this Forum:
IR 150 Allenstein


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