Sometimes (rarely) the message "User was removed" appears. I read the given explanation:
This message means that a user who voted for one of your posts had their account deleted (either by request or due to violating the network's terms of service). As a result, all of their votes were removed, and the reputation you gained or lost from them was undone. The resultant reputation change could be any amount; it could even be a reputation gain if enough of the removed votes were downvotes. All the reputation changes from a single user's deletion are rolled into a single event in the reputation page labelled "User was removed"... etc.
OK. I agree with this. But it isn't my concern.
In fact, it doesn't matter who is the removed user. I suppose that, not only his question is removed, but also all the answers from other users. Is it true?
My question is : When the message "User was removed" appears, how can we know what was the subject deleted and what answer from me was deleted as well?
For example :
How can I know the topic of the removed question? How can I know which one of my various answers was removed accordingly?