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Article about: This is a photo that was taken by a soldier who fought alongside Friedrich shortly after he was killed. According to the German War Graves Commission, Friedrich was born on July 9th 1920 in

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    This is a photo that was taken by a soldier who fought alongside Friedrich shortly after he was killed. According to the German War Graves Commission, Friedrich was born on July 9th 1920 in Düsseldorf. He was killed on August 29th 1941 in Ukraine. He is currently buried in Charkow, Ukraine.
    Photo Showing Fallen German Soldiers Grave

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    Hi there.

    I found a Casualty card for him.

    Friedrich August Sieger
    Birth date: 9 July 1920
    Birth Place: Düsseldorf
    Military Rank: Gefreiter
    Military Unit: 12./Kompanie Infanterie Regiment 92 (motorisiert)
    Death date: 29 August 1941
    Death Place: Dnjepropetrowsk

    Gefallen : Infanterie Geschuß Kopf
    Killed in action : Infantry shot to the head
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