What perfect timing for me, Jacky!
I was about to post a question here about a very dicey profile I have just written. It's dicey because I was not able to find even a single source for a single "fact" that is stated in it, so I put a big bold warning about that at the top, and plan to call this profile completed at this point.
The question is that the best information I have indicates that Jakob Löwenstein died in France during World War I. He was German and father of 7 children, with the youngest only a few months old when he died, so I presume he was fighting in the German army. I added the category for WW I KIA in France, but it just seems strange to be including someone from "the other side" in there. Is it correct to do this?
Also, should he be a part of your project?