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Abram Dyck

This is a photo of Abram Dyck as Red Cross soldier. 1915. [HR 246] (2 prints)

David Letkemann and other personnel of #190 Red Cross train

This is a photo of the staff of the train No.190. About 13,000 Mennonite men had to serve during the First World War. They served in various places and in different capacities. The most popular of all these services was probably that of a Red Cross worker. A great number of hospitals on wheels, that is Red Cross trains, were organized and thousands of our men served on them. To the left, right under the zero, sits David Letkemann. [HR 236]

German Red Cross uniforms

This is a photo of four young Mennonites, volunteers, in the uniform of the German Red Cross unit. To the right sits Peter Dyck, who, years later, passed away here in Manitoba. [HR 235]

Hospital personnel

This is a photo of the interior of a infirmary where wounded soldier were treated. The person marked with an X is the doctor and the person lifting the pail is Heinrich Bergmann. The woman marked with a vertical line is the sister of the writer. [German handwriting on back of photo]


Jacob B. Krahn

This is a photo of Jacob B. Krahn from Grigorjewka as Red Cross soldier. [HR 245]

Medical personal

This is a photo show the type of stretcher used to transport a wounded soldier. Two men are carrying the stretcher with the wounded one and another man is carrying a bucket. They are standing in front of a train car. On the left is Bernhard Friesen and the man holding the bucket is Johan Funk. [German handwriting on back of photo]


Mennonite hospital unit

This is a photo of 26 people posing in front of a train car, plus another 6 people looking out of the rail car windows. This group was a hospital unit (Sanitaetsdienst) in World War I, identified as group # 187. David Wiebe is identified in the centre of the back row.


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]

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