The retreat of the German Army in North Western Banat in autumn of 1944, many German
soldiers lost their lives. The heaviest fighting was in Gottlob and Perjamosch. German
soldiers lost their lives throughout Banat, the most casualties were in
Gottlob. German soldiers were buried in municipalities like; Billed; Bogarosch,
Gertianosch, Gottlob, Großsanktnikolaus, Hatzfeld, Kleinjetscha, Lowrin, Perjamosch,
Local Donauschwaben inhabitants, buried the soldiers in German cemeteries close to the
chapel. Most of the soldiers were buried in Gottlob. By coincident, among the 47 soldiers
being buried in Gottlob, was a "Johann Bautz,"
No other data is given, to tell whether these soldiers were from Germany or Banat.
Among the 47 names, three of them were Romanian names,
Another name I have seen in Banat was, "Gantner" (Mathias Gantner).