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Re: Michael Schutte c.1841
Posted by: J.M. Schulte Date: December 19, 2001 at 08:12:10
In Reply to: Re: Michael Schutte c.1841 by John DeVinney of 385

If this is the same Michael Schutte (my great grandfather) who lived in Auschwitz, Germany and worked at the Krupworks as a machinist, I'd like to find out more if possible. I'm curious if anything is known about what prompted him to leave Germany...the German revolution, or brewing political strife in the mid to late 1800's? And also... was this Krupworks the same as Krupps, the factory that later fabricated materials for the Nazis in WWII???

Many thanks in advance for any info you may have.


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