The First World War, 1914–1918

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Please note: during the First World War there were no modern republics and regions — were provinces and districts of the Russian Empire, the boundaries of which are often different from the boundaries of the modern territores. Place names are indicated as of the date of the war.

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Found 2 records.

No.SurnameOther namesProvince, Uezd, Volost, Place
1. Комаровский, Тит Фр. Комаровский Тит Фр. Варшавское ген.-губ., Калишская губ.
Military rank: Рядовой
Religion: Римско-католическое
Marital status: (не указано)
Event: Пропал без вести
Source: “Именной список №735 убитым, раненым и без вести пропавшим нижним чинам.”, pg.11757
2. Комаровский, Юзеф Францевич Комаровский Юзеф Францевич Варшавское ген.-губ., Плоцкая губ., Плоцкий у.
Military rank: Старший унтер-офицер
Religion: Римско-католическое
Marital status: Холост
Event: Пропал без вести
Event date: 13 авг.1914
Source: “Именной список №416 убитым, раненым и без вести пропавшим нижним чинам.”, pg.6646

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