1945 Lost German girl

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Bachmann
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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Postby Bachmann » 05 Sep 2017 08:07

Here we go again....why don't you post a photo of your mother when she was younger ?

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Postby jituna666 » 06 Sep 2017 13:52

greetings from the Czech republic. I'm also fascinated by this woman. I found the road where the scene is shot https://mapy.cz/zakladni?x=13.3995397&y ... =D5%2078km

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Postby stello » 13 Sep 2017 16:39

Hello Forum, Hello jituna666,

welcome to AHF. Here attached a summary about LGG location...

Cheers, Stefano
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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Postby ignacioosacar » 15 Sep 2017 15:31

Hello Forum,

Stello is among the very few who has read ALL the thread !

Cheers

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Postby DD66 » 17 Sep 2017 23:26

Hi ignacioosacar,

do you know the actual number of people who have 'read ALL the thread'?
I was just wondering how you would know who has or hasn't read it?
What do you consider to be 'very few', 5, 10, 50, 100, 1000?

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Postby stello » 18 Sep 2017 14:48

mmm... I feel a lack of sense of humor, here...! :D
Cheers all, Stefano

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Postby ignacioosacar » 24 Sep 2017 22:20

Dear DD6 and Forum,

Oh yes, it is impossible to provide any figures with the available information. Anyway, still "very few" is much worse than "few". The only objective numbers that may be considered for such a statistical research are: Those who affirm that they have read all the posts and those who, after evaluating the contents of their posts, you can easily conclude that they obviously have not read all of them, at least the ones referred to the point he or she is making. Most of the posts have no indication if its author has read them all or not.

DD6 says he has read them twice, what is really an inspiring effort. I must say have missed quite a few so far.

Cheers all!

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Postby stello » 25 Sep 2017 11:23

Hello Forum,

interesting article published last march from "The Mendeleyev Journal – Live From Moscow":

https://russianreport.wordpress.com/2017/03/20/the-lost-german-girl/

Cheers all, Stefano

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Postby StickShaker » 28 Sep 2017 04:00

stello wrote:Hello Forum,

interesting article published last march from "The Mendeleyev Journal – Live From Moscow":

https://russianreport.wordpress.com/2017/03/20/the-lost-german-girl/

Cheers all, Stefano


It is a redux of the fiction story Mikaela created from the info in this thread. Pg 95.

http://aerialphenomena.blogspot.com/201 ... woman.html

Even though I only have a couple posts, I have read this entire thread and have been following it via a bookmark since well before I ever registered, I want to say 6 or 7 years and multiple PCs..there were probably 30-35 pages when I first read it. I click on it once a week or so and see if the amount of posts have changed. For awhile I thought her ID would be definitely be solved by this thread/forum, now Im a pessimist to that. It is great work, though. I think getting some sort of international media attention to this thread, mainly in the US, UK, and Europe is the last shot at identifying this woman, the BBC, Spiegel.de, NYTimes, and the most read newspapers in The Czech Republic, and Russia. Good chance she is dead but finding anyone who recognizes her that knew her in 1945 should be possible still, time is running out. I'm very suspect to ever finding her identification from say her children or grandkids or people that were not even alive in 1945.

I suspect there are many people who follow this thread who dont bother to register and many more people have read it than most posters would think.

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Postby DD66 » 28 Sep 2017 20:25

That's a great comment StickShaker, I couldn't agree more.

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Postby melchior » 19 Oct 2017 02:25

StickShaker wrote:
stello wrote:Hello Forum,

interesting article published last march from "The Mendeleyev Journal – Live From Moscow":

https://russianreport.wordpress.com/2017/03/20/the-lost-german-girl/

Cheers all, Stefano


It is a redux of the fiction story Mikaela created from the info in this thread. Pg 95.

http://aerialphenomena.blogspot.com/201 ... woman.html

Even though I only have a couple posts, I have read this entire thread and have been following it via a bookmark since well before I ever registered, I want to say 6 or 7 years and multiple PCs..there were probably 30-35 pages when I first read it. I click on it once a week or so and see if the amount of posts have changed. For awhile I thought her ID would be definitely be solved by this thread/forum, now Im a pessimist to that. It is great work, though. I think getting some sort of international media attention to this thread, mainly in the US, UK, and Europe is the last shot at identifying this woman, the BBC, Spiegel.de, NYTimes, and the most read newspapers in The Czech Republic, and Russia. Good chance she is dead but finding anyone who recognizes her that knew her in 1945 should be possible still, time is running out. I'm very suspect to ever finding her identification from say her children or grandkids or people that were not even alive in 1945.

I suspect there are many people who follow this thread who dont bother to register and many more people have read it than most posters would think.


Hello StickShaker, hello everyone. Don't be pessimistic StickShaker. I think it's still very likely we'll find that woman's true identity. I'm actually quite suprised she's still a mystery. I mean for example if my mother had to recognise any of my grandparents in their youth, she could do it in an instant. And they were 10 or more years older than this girl. If she had any children they're probably still alive. The only thing is to find them and show them the photo for confirmation. This girl is pretty, so she probably was photographed a lot in her youth and she probably was known to many people. She probably got married and there were a lot of people attending the ceremony. Relatives, acquaintances are all the people who could identify her and we only need to find one of them and the rest will follow. How many young, german women could serve in Prague at the end of the war? How many of them could end up POWs? Not so many to be too many. German forum members must do the most, it's their turf. Now it's still possible, after next 50 years not so much.

I'm telling you people when we finally find her real name we gonna celebrate all week long :thumbsup: .


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