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    Need Help Finding my Grandparents

    I need help finding my grandparents and great uncles who served for Germany during WWII. Their last name is Dilberger and I don't know their first names. A list of soldiers in alpabetical order would help. From what I was told they were in the Wehrmacht and a few SS men. It would be great for help. Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew man View Post
    I need help finding my grandparents and great uncles who served for Germany during WWII. Their last name is Dilberger and I don't know their first names. A list of soldiers in alpabetical order would help. From what I was told they were in the Wehrmacht and a few SS men. It would be great for help. Thank you!
    Hello Andrew man,

    Is the spelling, Dilberger, the original spelling? If so, the Graebersuche returns one man. I am not sure if this is your relative, but these are the details provided by the site:

    Nachname: Dilberger
    Vorname: Erich
    Dienstgrad: Obergefreiter
    Geburtsdatum: 20.06.1919
    Geburtsort:
    Todes-/Vermisstendatum: 05.09.1943
    Todes-/Vermisstenort:

    Obergefreiter Dilberger appears to have fallen during the first few days of the Allied invasion of Italy, given he is buried in Cassino and his KIA/MIA date.

    Some more details about the German cemetery in Cassino: Cassino War Cemeteries

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