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Posted by: Morar Andrei November 14, 2017 04:52 pm
I'm looking for a romanian soldier that fought in the Second World War. His name was Țurlete Tudor, native from Măgura, a village located now in Teleorman County. He fought from 1941, got to Stalingrad and the Don's Cot. After 23rd of August 1944, he became prisoner to the german army and sent to a POW's camp, but escaped during an air bombardment over the station where his train was, somewhere in Hungary, and got back to his village in Romania by foot. He was my grand-grandfather's dad. I would like to find more about him, my curiosity being aroused by some old stories told by my grandfather not so much time ago.

Posted by: Morar Andrei February 14, 2018 09:21 pm
Where and what can I find about him?

Posted by: JiriTintera June 28, 2018 07:54 pm
Dear Colleague,
you already have addressed the following institutions to help you.
I suppose it is a paid service.
I submit the links obtained on the Romanian or German Internet.

Ministerul Apărării Naţionale
Adrese utile

Arhivele Militare Naționale Române
Strada Drumul Taberii nr. 7H, sector 6
061416 Bucureşti
Telefon: +40 (0) 21 3185385

Arhivele Militare Piteşti
Strada Trivale, nr. 14-16
Telefon: 0248-223177, 0248-223477

Serviciul Istoric al Armatei
Strada Izvor, nr.110, sector 5 Bucureşti



Freiburg (Militärarchiv)
Wiesentalstraße 10,
79115 Freiburg

Telefon: +49 (0) 761 47817 0
Fax: +49 (0) 761 47817 900

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