Medical Corps

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Armin Lehn with his co-workers in Moscow

This is a photo of Armin Lehn (top right), chief of the medical corps of the W.S.S. with his co-workers in Moscow. Top row (left to righr): J.J. Dyck, A. J. Loewen, Loewen, Janzen, Isaak Lehn and Armin Lehn. Bottom (left to right): F.P. Thiessen, W.P. Klassen, Eitzen, von Kampen and H.H. Enns. [HR 241]

Mennonite Red Cross soldiers

This is a photo of Mennonite Red Cross soldiers. About seventy Red Cross trains were served exclusively by Mennonite men. Train No. 189 near Wirballen fell into German hands. Koop, a young volunteer from Sagradowka, died in Germany. [HR 243]

Personnel of a Red Cross train

This is a photo of the personnel of a Red Cross train. Most of the men are Mennonites. The woman in the second row from the back, to the right of the man with a high cap, is the daughter of Count Tolstoy, the famous Russian writer. [HR 237]
An original photo has labeled as Copy 2 (Acc. No. 2012-005). This medical unit (Sanitaetsdienst) was identified as No. 187. David Wiebe (1885-1937) is identified on the photo. Peter Ewert (1897-1963) is identified as the writer of the Russian text on the reverse side.