Adolf Senger was the tenth (10th) of Michael Senger’s and Adelgunde Kiel’s 13 children. He was the second of their sons to give his life in World War 1.
Based upon the small amount of information available in the “Deutsche Verlustlisten”, I believe my great uncle fought with:
- The 75.Infanterie-Brigade 1. Masurisches Infanterie-Regiment Nr. 146 III. Bataillon 9. Kompagnie
In July of 1915, units of this organization were engaged with the enemy (Russia) on the Eastern front in what is known as the Gorlice-Tarnów Offensive (if you are interested in films of the offensive, numerous are available on YouTube).
To date, we have not found any indication of a military grave for my Uhr Onkel Adolf. We hope some day to find his resting place.