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Date: 1945 - 1949
Correspondence from the Office for War Losses and Prisoners of War, Saalfeld/Saale informing Adalbert Greier that his brother Karl Greier is missing in the Tarnopol-Lemberg area, responding to a request of 10 October 1944 on the matter. Encloses a leaflet for the relatives of prisoners of war in Soviet Russia.
Date: September 13th 1943 - September 15th 1943
Copy of a letter from J P Bond, Director, Division of Repatriation and Settlement, Displaced Persons Operations (Italy) to the War Office concerning Karl Greier, the husband of Elen Greier [Ellen Lucy Greier, née Peace]. Confirms that Karl Greier is a prisoner of war in Russia and has sent messages to his parents in St Veit a/Glan [St Veit an der Glan] in Austria.
Date: February 4th 1947 - February 4th 1947
Letter from J Edmond, Control Office for Germany and Austria, to Mrs H Greier [Ellen Lucy Greier, née Peace], 19 Samares Avenue, St Clement regarding a report by the UNRRA [United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration] Italian Mission in relation to an enquiry by Mrs Greier requesting assistance to trace her husband, an Austrian.
Date: February 17th 1947 - February 17th 1947
Discharge certificate issued by the Demobilisation Centre in Wiener Neustadt to Karl Greier upon his release from a prisoner of war camp. Confirms that Mr Greier is deloused and disease free. Details include Mr Greier's date of birth, occupation, date of captivity, date of release from captivity, and home address. Includes an oath signed by Mr Greier.
Date: September 28th 1947 - September 28th 1947
Certificate of Residence issued to Karl Greier certifying that he has resided at Neuglandorf 12, St Donat, St Veit an der Glan since 30 September 1947.
Date: September 30th 1947 - September 30th 1947
Form completed by Karl Greier, Neuglandorf 12, St Veit [St Veit an der Glan] requesting that an additional worker card be awarded for four weeks. Refers to a returnees release certificate confirming his release from Russian captivity on 28 September 1947 in Wiener-Neustadt [see L/C/258/B/4].
Date: October 1st 1947 - October 1st 1947
Telegram from Karl Greier, St Veit [an der] Glan to Mrs Helen Greier [Ellen Lucy Greier, née Peace], 19 Samares Avenue, St Clement informing her of his safe arrival at home. Includes reply on reverse from Helen to Karl expressing her relief and happiness at the news.
Date: October 1st 1947 - October 1st 1947
Letter from A Journeaux for the Chief Aliens Officer to Mrs E L Greier [Ellen Lucy Greier, née Peace], 19 Samares Avenue, St Clement confirming that, further to an application made by her, the Island Defence Committee does not object to her husband Karl Greier returning to Jersey.
Date: November 1st 1947 - November 1st 1947
Letter from A Journeaux for the Chief Aliens Officer to Mr Charles W Leader, 3 The Terrace, Grosvenor Street, St Helier informing him that a permit had been granted to Karl Greier, an Austrian subject, to be employed by Mr Leader as a ladies' hairdresser for a period of twelve months.
Date: November 3rd 1947 - November 3rd 1947
Proof of Employment card of Karl Greier, born 28 December 1906, issued by Land Kärnten [State of Carinthia] relating to his employment as a hair stylist in St Veit an der Glan.
Date: November 8th 1947 - January 3rd 1948
Certificate issued by the Controller of the Visa Branch, Political Division in Vienna confirming that Karl Greier will be issued with a valid passport, exit visa and a return visa valid for four months for the purpose of accepting work in the United Kingdom.
Date: January 7th 1948 - January 7th 1948
Registration Form for Subtenants and Roommates relating to Karl Greier's residence at Neuglandorf 12, St Donat, St Veit [an der Glan] from 22 January 1948. Signed by A Greier.
Date: January 22nd 1948 - January 22nd 1948
Newspaper cutting regarding the arrival of 669 Austrian prisoners of war into Wiener Neustadt aboard homecoming transport following their release from camps in the Soviet Union. Includes list of 45 civilians from Carinthia who returned.
Date: June 1st 1949 - June 1st 1949
Newspaper cutting regarding the arrival of 538 Austrian prisoners of war into Wiener Neustadt aboard homecoming transport following their release from camps in the Soviet Union. Includes list of 31 civilians from Carinthia who returned.
Date: June 22nd 1949 - June 22nd 1949
Newspaper cutting regarding the arrival of Austrian prisoners of war into Wiener Neustadt aboard the 52nd homecoming transport following their release from camps in the Soviet Union. Includes list of civilians from Carinthia who returned.
Date: November 28th 1949 - November 28th 1949
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