The digital Dansk Demografisk Database; Faldne 1914-18 [Danish Demographic Database: Killed in action, 1914-1918] is a project of the Staten Arkiver in Copenhagen, the Danish national archives, the Landsarkivet for Sønderjylland in Aabenra and the Museum Sønderjylland – Sønderborg Slot. The database contains the names of 6,000 Danish soldiers killed during active service with the German army. At the start of the war South Jutland, a part of Denmark on the present German border, belonged to Germany. A group of fifteen volunteers created the records during 2012 using all kind of registers in Danish archives. Updates to the database appear at a webpage of the Sønderborg Slot. The general public is invited to come with additional information for these updates.
The database can only be consulted with an interface in Danish. You can search by Forenavn(e) (first name), Efternavn (surname), Bopælssogn (residence), Fødesogn (place of birth), Fødeår (year of birth), Død år (year of death), Regimenttype (ved personens død) (regiment type), Regiment nr (regiment number), and Land han er død i (land of death). The search tips (Søgetips) give you an introduction and explain the abbreviations (Forkortelser) used for the resources and the provinces (Amter forkortelser). With the button Søg (Search) you start your search; the button Fortryd clears all search fields.