Source Information Germany, World War I Casualty Lists, 1914-1919 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2011.
Original data: Deutsche Verlustlisten 1914 bis 1919. Berlin, Deutschland: Deutsche Dienststelle (WASt).

About Germany, World War I Casualty Lists, 1914-1919

This database contains World War I casualty lists for the German army. The lists include soldiers who died, were injured, or went missing during the war.

German casualties in World War I totaled more than 7 million killed, wounded, missing in action, or taken prisoner. The casualty lists in this database were published in chronological order and are grouped by date (usually corresponding to a battle), regiment, and company. A list may include casualties from multiple dates, battles, and regiments. Each entry provides the soldier’s name (usually both given and surname), rank, and status (missing, wounded, or killed). Entries may also include the soldier's residence.

Lists can be searched by name and list date or browsed by casualty list number.