27 March 2008

I just ordered a book from Germany

It is over 500 pages and, according to the LDS website, familysearch.org, has in it a

"List of Baltic-Germans who died as a result of World War II. Names are arranged alphabetically--the index indexes names embedded in the entries which include date and place of birth, disposition (killed, missing, taken prisoner, etc.), date and place of death, profession, and spouse's name. Not all entries include all pieces of information."

Pardon me, but this had damn well better give me some information on Otto Till. If it does that, anything more will be, as we say (for some reason) in America, "gravy".

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