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Nikolaus Kaiser was a baker in Gross Betschkerek (Today called Zrenjanin, Serbia) from the 1920's until he joined the war effort in 1938. He was a German soldier in WWII. With war he went to many places including Buones Aries, Africa and Egypt. His wife was left at home with the children. All his elder sons also joined the war effort for Germany. His wife died at the hands of the Partisians and the younger children were placed in Camp Gakovo. Nikolaus never returned to Yugoslavia after the war. He lived in Steyr, Austria in 1948. He later went to live in Germany with his sons Stephan Kaiser and Leopold Gangl.
Nikolaus lived in Langenau, Germany and later remarried to Juliana Fischer. He died in 1961 Langenau, Ulm in Germany.
Illegitimate children of Nikolaus Kaiser born to Magdalena Gangl before they were married:
1. Johann, * December 12, 1915, Deutsche Gasse 56
[Mother: Magdalena Kangel, single, from St. Georgen; Goodparents: Johann Ludvig and Katharina Kangel]
2. Magdalena, * October 1, 1920, Utrina 28, died on July 20, 1921, Gradnulicza Utca 57
[Mother: Magdalena Gangel, Tagelöhnerin, from St. Georgen; Goodparents: Anton Katschur and Magda Gangel]
3. Leopold, * January 5, 1922, Gradnulicza Utca 57
[Mother: Magdalena Gangel, single, from St. Georgen; Goodparents: Leopold Mayer and Susanna Eisler]
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