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Max Kämper (16 December 1879 – 10 November 1916) was a German mining engineer.
Kämper was killed in trench warfare at the Somme River in north-eastern France, on November 10, 1916, during the closing days of the Battle of the Somme. He is buried in the War Cemetery of Cambrai near Arras, France.
- Max Kämper and the Mammoth Cave Connection – (English and German) describes the search for and discovery of Max Kaemper's identity.
- Max Kämper's genealogy - With pictures and soundtracks about his story as well as his genealogy (English and German)
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