42 Nazi Leadership Portraits 1939

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Post by EER » 13 Dec 2003 01:27

You can just look at Hess to see he was a little unbalanced mentally. Something in the eyes.......

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Post by Phil Nix » 15 Dec 2003 12:00

Here are Franz Seldte anbd Hans Kehrl
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Post by Cory C » 13 Feb 2004 03:03

Dr. Alfred Rosenberg

in 1923
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as a student in Russia (1917?)
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in 1933
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Rosenberg and his daughter, Irene, in 1937
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(sorry about the poor quality--but, that's what a $70 scanner gives you!)

These photos are scans from "THE MYTH OF THE MASTER RACE" by ROBERT CECIL


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Post by Psycho Mike » 13 Feb 2004 17:48

Frau Gertrud Scholz-Klink, Reich Leader of Women

What was this job description? Were there other "Leader of Women"?
Did the position last through the war? Could men apply? Was there a swimsuit competition?

Any bio info on the photographer? He even makes the nerds dramatic!

Really nice gallery.

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Post by Roderick » 15 Feb 2004 01:56

Outstanding pictures, Mr. Thompson.

But I noticed a lack of the main portrait: the führer Adolf Hitler.

Could you post it, please?

regards,

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photos

Post by helen » 23 Mar 2004 20:32

Great

Just finding my way around the forum and i cant believe the amount of info here - i wish i'd had access to this sort of info in 1987 when i started my degree!!

Theres nothing about the Third Reich in any way that isnt covered here - and these photos are great - its so refreshing to see something other than the ususal textbook pics.

This whole forum is excellent - dont know how i found you - but im glad i did!!!!

Cheers

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Post by Tom Houlihan » 23 Mar 2004 21:06

Now, if Marcus can get those photos printed up on a poster, we could all put it up on the wall, so when we read, we could see who we're reading about!!!

Right in the livingroom, above the couch! I'm sure the missus won't mind!

Thanks for the excellent photos!

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Post by Phil Nix » 26 Mar 2004 11:57

Psycho Mike wrote:Frau Gertrud Scholz-Klink, Reich Leader of Women

What was this job description? Were there other "Leader of Women"?
Did the position last through the war? Could men apply? Was there a swimsuit competition?

Any bio info on the photographer? He even makes the nerds dramatic!

Really nice gallery.
Reichsfrauenführung
Elsbeth Zander 1.10.31 - 26.4.33
Lydia Gottschewski 26.4.33 - 13.9.33
Dr Gottfried Adolf Krummacher 13.9.33 - 2.3.34
Gertrud Scholz-Klink 2.3.34 - 8.5.45
NS Frauenschaft
Party organisation headed by SS Gruppenführer Erich Hilgenfeldt, Scholz-Klink was the senior female in this organisation.
She was Gaufrauenschaftleiter for Gau Baden to 2.3.34 and she was married to SS Obergruppenführer August Heissmayer; there is a picture of Him and his family on the forum under SS and Police section. He died 24.3.1979
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Post by Zeydlitz » 29 Mar 2004 09:22

Psycho Mike wrote: What was this job description? Were there other "Leader of Women"?
Did the position last through the war? Could men apply? Was there a swimsuit competition?
philmil wrote: Reichsfrauenführung
Elsbeth Zander 1.10.31 - 26.4.33
Lydia Gottschewski 26.4.33 - 13.9.33
Dr Gottfried Adolf Krummacher 13.9.33 - 2.3.34
Gertrud Scholz-Klink 2.3.34 - 8.5.45
NS Frauenschaft
Party organisation headed by SS Gruppenführer Erich Hilgenfeldt, Scholz-Klink was the senior female in this organisation.
She was Gaufrauenschaftleiter for Gau Baden to 2.3.34 and she was married to SS Obergruppenführer August Heissmayer; there is a picture of Him and his family on the forum under SS and Police section. He died 24.3.1979
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I see they're all women .... except for:
Dr Gottfried Adolf Krummacher 13.9.33 - 2.3.34
Either this Gottfried type looked really good i a swimsuit, or the nazis had a somewhat strange kind of taste in their early days of power. (Maybe Röhm appointed him... :lol: )

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Post by tanyakarn » 09 Apr 2004 11:30

fdewaele wrote:
David Thompson wrote:Part 5

14. Minister Dr. Heinrich Lammers, Head of the Reich Chancellery
Could someone tell me which medal he wears round his neck?
LAMMERS, Dr. jur. Hans Heinrich
(1879 - 1962)
Reichsminister/SS-Obergruppenführer/Hauptmann d.R. a.D.:
Born: 27.05.1879 in Lublinitz/Oberschlesien.
Died: 4.01.1962 in Düsseldorf.
NSDAP-Nr.: 1 010 355/SS-Nr.: 118 401
SS Promotions:
SS-OGruf.: 20.04.1940;
Assignments:
Führer des Reichsverbandes Deutscher Verwaltungs-Akademien:
Mitglied der Akademie für Deutsches Recht:
Ministerrat für die Reichsverteidigung: 30.11.1939 - 1945.
Reichsminister ohne Portfeuille und Chef der Reichskanzlei: 1937 - 1945.
Staatssekretäfr und Chef der Reichskanzlei: 1933 - 1937.
Polizeidezernent: 1933.
Ministerialrat im Reichsministerium des Innern: 1922 -
Oberregierungsrat in Berlin: 1921 -
Landrichter in Beuthen: 1912 -
Gerichtsassessor in Breslau: 1906 -
Postwar Prosecution:
Tried by U.S. Military Tribunal, Nuremberg ("Wilhelmstraße" Case, No. 11); sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment, 11.04.1949. Reduced by Clemency Board to 10 years'. Released, .
Notes:
Decorations & Awards:
1914 EK I: ; 1914 EK II: ;
Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer; Landesorden;
Goldenes Parteiabzeichen: ;
Ehrendegen des RF SS/Totenkopfring der SS.


Its one of these, not the EK and the Golden Party Badge though.

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Post by AgentBach » 19 Apr 2004 21:33

Cormac Canales wrote:Dr. Alfred Rosenberg

Rosenberg and his daughter, Irene, in 1937
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(sorry about the poor quality--but, that's what a $70 scanner gives you!)


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HOLY CRAP!! He looks like my Forensics teacher in this picture! 8O

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Post by _The_General_ » 20 Apr 2004 11:59

very nice, could we have a scan of hitler from the book also? just to have them al complete here ?

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Post by MAX_theHitMan » 27 Apr 2004 16:20

Many thanks for this great post David Thompson

Keep up the good job




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Adolf Wagner

Post by Phil Nix » 29 Apr 2004 09:59

Pic of Adolf Wagner with Karl Freiherr von Eberstein behind him but who is the other man?
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Post by Michael Miller » 30 Apr 2004 16:46

Judging by his uniform/insignia, an Italian naval officer... but I couldn't say which one.

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