State Funerals in the Third Reich

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Re: State Funerals in the Third Reich

Postby tigre » 09 Jul 2017 01:37

Hello to all :D; a little more...............................

Ernst Eduard vom Rath 1938.

What about him, Many theories about his death...........................

Source: https://www.welt.de/geschichte/article1 ... maten.html
https://www.delcampe.net/de/sammlerobje ... 09807.html

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Re: State Funerals in the Third Reich

Postby tigre » 05 Sep 2017 22:54

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Abschied von Reinhard Heydrich 1942.

Source: http://www.mhpress.eu/illustrierter-beo ... -1197.html

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Re: State Funerals in the Third Reich

Postby mjölnir » 11 Sep 2017 07:04

In the new German Illustration "Schwerterträger" (www.schwerterträger.de) is mentioned, that the last state funeral was held on March, 28th, 1945 in Judenburg. It was the funeral of SS-Obersturmbannführer and Wearer of the Swords Hans Dorr.
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Re: State Funerals in the Third Reich

Postby AlifRafikKhan » 11 Sep 2017 14:25

Wolfgang luth wrote:According to Jordan Vause, author of "U-Boat Ace, the story of Wolfgang Lüth" Lüth's state funeral marked the last official act of the Third Reich. The British actually allowed the swastika flags and other Nazi banners to be unfurled and waved around one last time, even though the war had been over more than a week.

Wolfgang Lüth and his funeral are a key moments in my new novel, Germania, coming out Feb 2009 from Simon & Schuster.

I would recommend Jordan Vause's fine book to anyone interested in the subject,

My novel might be what you'd call "tragic slapstick"


Hi, what about this? The funeral was held in 16 May 1945.

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Re: State Funerals in the Third Reich

Postby tigre » 09 Oct 2017 00:14

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Colonel General Baron von Fritsch 1939.

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Re: State Funerals in the Third Reich

Postby AlifRafikKhan » 29 Oct 2017 12:08

I've compiled list of Staatsbegräbnis in the Third Reich era, based on the names in the previous posts.
Does anyone know the exact date for the funeral of SS general Wilhelm Grimm?
Did Generalleutnant Walther Wever from Luftwaffe (died in 1936) also got State Funeral?

24.01.1934 Architekt Paul Ludwig Troost
07.08.1934 Reichspräsident Paul von Hindenburg
19.09.1934 Industrialist Edwin Bechstein
12.12.1934 SA-Gruppenführer Gustav Zunkel
26.10.1935 Gauleiter Wilhelm Friedrich Loeper
12.02.1936 Wilhelm Gustloff (Swiss Nazi)
15.04.1936 Ambassador Leopold von Hoesch
20.05.1936 SS-Oberführer Julius Schreck
03.06.1936 General der Infanterie a.D. Karl Litzmann
22.12.1937 General der Infanterie a.D. Erich Ludendorff
30.09.1938 General der Infanterie a.D. Alfred Krauss
17.11.1938 Diplomat Ernst vom Rath
18.02.1939 Gauleiter Hubert Klausner
28.06.1939 General der Kavallerie Wilhelm Knochenhauer
23.09.1939 Generaloberst Werner Freiherr von Fritsch
10.11.1939 Eight victims of Bürgerbräukeller bomb
08.04.1940 General der Artillerie Prof. Dr. Karl Becker
24.08.1940 Paul Nipkow (TV pioneer)
11.10.1940 Admiral a.D. Adolf von Trotha
02.02.1941 Reichsminister Franz Gürtner
20.02.1941 SA-Obergruppenführer Hermann Kriebel
04.03.1941 Vizeadmiral Lothar von Arnauld de la Perière
30.03.1941 Generaloberstabsarzt Prof. Dr. med. Anton Waldmann
06.09.1941 Hugo Bruckmann (Nazi publisher)
22.11.1941 Generaloberst (Luftwaffe) Ernst Udet
28.11.1941 Oberst Werner Mölders (Luftwaffe ace)
14.12.1941 Char. Generalfeldmarschall Eduard Freiherr von Böhm-Ermolli
16.12.1941 Reichsminister Hanns Kerrl
22.01.1942 Generaldirektor August Diem
23.01.1942 Generalfeldmarschall Walther von Reichenau
04.02.1942 SA-Obergruppenführer Georg Hofmann
12.02.1942 Reichsminister Dr. Fritz Todt
18.03.1942 Wehrwirtschaftsführer Robert Bosch
14.05.1942 General der Infanterie z.V. Fritz von Lossberg
22.05.1942 Gauleiter Carl Röver
06.06.1942 SS-Obergruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich
21.06.1942 NSKK-Korpsführer Adolf Hühnlein
10.08.1942 General der Flieger Hermann von der Lieth-Thomsen
07.11.1942 Reichsminister Ludwig Siebert
29.03.1943 Reichssportführer Hans von Tschammer und Osten
07.05.1943 SA-Stabschef Viktor Lutze
13.05.1943 General der Infanterie Walter von Brockdorff-Ahlefeldt
22.08.1943 Generaloberst Hans Jeschonnek
27.09.1943 Generalkommissar Wilhelm Kube
04.02.1944 SS-Brigadeführer Franz Kutschera
26.04.1944 Generaloberst Hans-Valentin Hube
27.04.1944 Gauleiter Adolf Wagner
00.07.1944 SS-Gruppenführer Wilhelm Grimm
03.08.1944 Generaloberst (Luftwaffe) Günther Korten
04.10.1944 Gauleiter Joseph Bürckel
09.10.1944 General der Infanterie Rudolf Schmundt
11.10.1944 Major Helmut Lent (Luftwaffe ace)
18.10.1944 Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Rommel
14.11.1944 Major Walter Nowotny (Luftwaffe ace)
20.01.1945 SS-Gruppenführer Josef Fitzthum
28.03.1945 SS-Obersturmbannführer Hans Dorr (Schwerterträger)
15.05.1945 Kapitän zur See Wolfgang Lüth (U-boat ace)

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Re: State Funerals in the Third Reich

Postby Halfdan S. » 29 Oct 2017 13:26

Was any period of mourning declared for any of the deceased?

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