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Would a German living overseas but visiting relatives in Germany just before or during World War 1 be likely to be conscripted?

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... Germans in Russia and in the Former Soviet Union: 1763 ... During World War I the Mennonites ... Many Germans had relatives abroad (in Germany, ...
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Positive: 66 %
During World War I, ... from providing aid such as food or visiting prisoner camps in Germany. ... taken by Germany (1.6 million died in German POW ...
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Positive: 63 %

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and Germany and the Germans. in German and ... in the period immediately before, during and after ... World War. During the First World War ...
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Positive: 66 %
... in greater Germany and the German ... of the Warsaw Zoo before the outbreak of World War II and ... During World War ...
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Positive: 61 %
... Gavin Swan a student at University of Victoria compiled part of the story of Barkerville at War. ... visiting relatives ... World War is likely ...
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Positive: 47 %
Healing and Meditation Sessions ... was conscripted into the army during the Second World War and was a prisoner ... I'm just stating that you afflict ...
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Positive: 24 %

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