I had the opportunity to be in Belgium on the centenary of the end of World War I and visited this small American cemetery. It is the only WWI American cemetery in Belgium. There are 411 servicemen buried there almost all of whom died within a couple of months of the end of the war.
I have drawn another possible reason that the Dünschmann line ended up in Hachenburg. There was a marriage and the semi-royal couple lived near Nister. This seems to be the first location where a Dünshcmann was recorded as living. Next, in the coming years a Dünschmann person became the Mayor of Hachenburg, not exactly a easy leap through caste structures unless he was in some favorable position prior.
I feel like the site has matured over the last years and is in a structrurally good state. Sure we need more data, sure we have a long way to go, but it is really beginning to meet it's purpose of a workspace to share and collaborate with others about our passion for genealogy research and the hobby.