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Or is there a book with these letters and details on Rösener in it? If so, what is the name and author?
Seems like somebody would have done it.
I would love to read the whole story on Rösener.
I agree with you and also, member Hecht, on the "Gottglaubig" subject. What you stated, sounds right to me from what I have read.
Thanks so much for all your help!!
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Thanks for this photo.Hecht wrote:One unknown picture of Rösener with the Bandenkampfabzeichen.
BTW, as far as I know, gottglaublig is not the same as agnostic; it means "believer" but not in relation to any particular religion.
SS-Staf. in the middle is Max Schimmelpfennig.
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trekker has correctly summarized Data about Rösener from Article Dr. Tone Ferenc: "Kdo je Erwin Rösener" which was published in Slowenian Newspaper "Delo" in the Year 1999.
There are some litlle items, which was also mentioned in the Article.:
-30. August 1946 Rösener sent also application for amnesty to Presidium of People*s Assembly of Yugoslavia in Belgrade but it was reject at 2. September 1946
- Rösener has 3 own children: one with second wife Gudrun Heidinger in the Year 1942, second he had with Actres Horand also in the Year 1942,
third wit third wife Ingeborg Beez in the Year 1943.
Photo from investigation in Ljubljana, Slovenia in Spring 1946...
Hearing on Military Court in Ljubljana...
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According to "Das Schwarze Korps" of 10 Oct 1940, Rösener when HSSPF Rhein married Gudrun Heidinger of Wiesbaden on 21 Sept 1940.
In the post above, Rösener is marrying wife number three, Ingeborg Beez in 1943.
I suppose it would not have been a problem is he was a widower in 1943, though Ruth Bettina Birn in her HSSPF book states Rösener divorced in 1942.
Out of interest Rösener surrendered to Allied forces at Spittal an der Drau on 17 May 1945.
From 5 June 1945 he was at the British interrogation centre in Rome Cinecitta. A single interrogation report dated 1 July 1945, but not all the pages, is available in British National Archives. For those interested, Rösener was repeatedly "bugged" in his British prison talking with Uiberreither (and others, I think, copy reports also in same source as above.