Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by Helge » 03 Jun 2012 08:16

:lol: Here is the story of five suitcases!

GERTRUUD SEYSS-INQUART (Note the name of Gertrud with two U evidently copied from a Dutch site)

Wife of the Nazi Reichskommissar for Holland, Dr. Arthur Seyss-Inquart. She fled Holland on the 3rd.September, 1944, a day before her husband made it an offence for anyone to leave. She was last seen leaving The Hague with five suitcases, bound for Salzburg in Austria.

http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jso ... women.html

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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by ladycplum » 08 Jun 2012 05:22

One of Artur and Gertrud's grandsons actually wanted to become involved with the Anne Frank foundation (His views are diametrically opposed to his other relatives). He was basically told they weren't about to let anyone related to Seyss-Inquart be involved. A lot of people were upsset about it, Simon Wiesenthal said it was a huge mistake for them to exclude him just because of his lineage.
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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by Helge » 08 Jun 2012 12:02

ladycplum wrote:One of Artur and Gertrud's grandsons actually wanted to become involved with the Anne Frank foundation (His views are diametrically opposed to his other relatives). He was basically told they weren't about to let anyone related to Seyss-Inquart be involved. A lot of people were upsset about it, Simon Wiesenthal said it was a huge mistake for them to exclude him just because of his lineage.
Helmut Seyss Inquart is the son of Richard Seyss Inquart, was born in 1956.
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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by ladycplum » 08 Jun 2012 15:52

Yeah, that's him. He'ss a special education teacher in Vienna I believe.
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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by Helge » 08 Jun 2012 18:56

ladycplum wrote:Yeah, that's him. He'ss a special education teacher in Vienna I believe.
It seems to me that he's Physical Therapy and lives near Salzburg
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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by Helge » 23 Aug 2012 08:39

Gertrud Seyss-Inquart sideways, left the daughters Inge and Dorli
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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by Helge » 23 Aug 2012 08:45

Sankt George am Längsee, Sommer 1926 : Arthur Seyss-Inquart, Inge and Richard.

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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by Helge » 23 Aug 2012 10:30

Wounded soldiers guest Reich Commissioner Seyss-Inquart and his wife. Netherlands 1941
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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by Helge » 25 Sep 2012 07:26

Helmut Seyss Inquart

Arthur Seyss Inquart and his wife Gertrud had three children: Ingeborg , Richard and Dorothea. Helmut is the son of Richard and was born in 1956. The image that his grandmother and aunts in his youth by his grandfather sketches is positive. Helmut's own father tells him nothing about the Nazi past of the old Seyss Inquart.
Richard Arthur looks mainly like his father and the husband and father are quite high. Helmut did not feel
him when growing up have had his name.
He never noticed that someone like him to look On the contrary, some people regarded him as "one of us" when they hear his name and the defendants injustice that Seyss Inquart in their eyes during the Nuremberg trials is affected. Helmut is interested very for the history and especially the Nazi past of his native Austria, little by little, he also
more and more about the career of his grandfather to know. Helmut studied mathematics and German and is taught in
those subjects. He has clearly moved away from his grandfather and wanted to end year eighty cooperate
activities of the Anne Frank House. This is him by his father and uncles strong resentment. They find it
horrible that Helmut 'has soiled his own nest. "The family of his own generation understand that he distance
has taken the deeds of his grandfather, but do not go so far as to also disassociate from their grandfather.
The cooperation with the Anne Frank Foundation is ultimately not come, the idea met with much opposition in government. Helmut Although the actions of his grandfather condemned, he found it in an interview in 1987 difficult for the man to call a war criminal, that does hurt him and brings the responsibility he feels to tedicht.

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Helmut Seyss Inquart
Arthur Seyss Inquart en zijn vrouw Gertrud kregen drie kinderen:Ingeborg , Richard en Dorothea . Helmut is de zoon van Richard en werd geboren in 1956. Het beeld dat zijn oma en tantes in zijn jeugd van zijn grootvader schetsen is positief. Helmuts eigen vader vertelt hem niets over het nazi verleden van de oude Seyss Inquart.
Richard ziet Arthur voornamelijk als zijn vader en heeft de man als vader nogal hoog zitten. Helmut heeft niet het gevoel dat hij bij het opgroeien last heeft gehad van zijn naam. Hij heeft nooit gemerkt dat iemand hem erop aan gekeken integendeel:sommigen mensen beschouwden hem als ‘één van ons’ bij het horen van zijn naam en beklaagden het onrecht die Seyss Inquart in hun ogen tijdens de Neurenberger processen is aangedaan. Helmut interesseert zich zeer
voor de geschiedenis en met name het nazi-verleden van zijn vaderland Oostenrijk, stukje bij beetje komt hij dan ook steeds meer over de carrière van zijn grootvader te weten. Helmut studeerde wiskunde en Duits en is les gaan geven in die vakken. Hij heeft duidelijk afstand genomen van zijn grootvader en wilde eind jaar tachtig meewerken aan activiteiten van de Anne Frank Stichting. Dit is hem door zijn vader en tantes erg kwalijk genomen. Ze vinden het afschuwelijk dat Helmut ‘zijn eigen nest heeft bevuild’. De familieleden van zijn eigen generatie begrijpen dat hij afstand heeft genomen van de daden van zijn grootvader maar gaan zelf niet zo ver dat ze zich ook van hun opa te distantiëren.
De samenwerking met de Anne Frank Stichting is er uiteindelijk niet van gekomen, het idee stuitte op teveel tegenstand in het bestuur. Hoewel Helmut de daden van zijn grootvader veroordeelt, vond hij het in een interview in 1987 moeilijk om de man een oorlogsmisdadiger te noemen, dat doet hem te pijn en brengt de verantwoordelijkheid die hij voelt tedicht bij.
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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by Helge » 18 Oct 2012 08:35

Governor General Reich Minister Dr.. Frank has visited the Reich Commissioner for the occupied Dutch territories charged.
During a visit to Amsterdam.
Reich Commissioner Seyss-Inquart, Dr. Frank, Frau Seyss-Inquart, Oberdienstleiter Seidel, Senator Dr. Böhmker.

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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by Helge » 18 Oct 2012 18:59

Den Haag, 20 March 1942.
Marie Hamsun, the wife of the celebrated noor chen writer Knut Hamsun, is present in Pulchri Studio a lecture on the Dutch-German Cultural Community.
During the introduction of the President, from left to right; Reich Commissioner Reich Minister Dr.. Seyss-Inquart - Prof. Dr.. T. Goedewaagen - Gertrud Seyss-Inquart - Marie Hamsun (in Norse costume) and Dr. Schwebel.

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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by Helge » 18 Oct 2012 19:03

Opening of the German Mothers School in Den Haag.
In the presence Gertrud Seyss-Inquart, Gen.Kommissar Dr. Schmidt and the leaders of the NS-Frauenschaft in the Netherlands, Ms. de la Fontaine.

Image Date : 20/10/1941

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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by ladycplum » 11 Nov 2012 06:53

Helge wrote:Helmut Seyss Inquart

He has clearly moved away from his grandfather and wanted to end year eighty cooperate
activities of the Anne Frank House. This is him by his father and uncles strong resentment. They find it
horrible that Helmut 'has soiled his own nest. "The family of his own generation understand that he distance
has taken the deeds of his grandfather, but do not go so far as to also disassociate from their grandfather.
The cooperation with the Anne Frank Foundation is ultimately not come, the idea met with much opposition in government. Helmut Although the actions of his grandfather condemned, he found it in an interview in 1987 difficult for the man to call a war criminal, that does hurt him and brings the responsibility he feels to tedicht.
I know several people, including Simon Wiesenthal, protested vehemently when Helmut was basically told the Anne Frank Foundation wanted nothing to do with him. All these years have gone by and generations afterwards, they're still paying for the sins of their fathers.
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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by Helge » 14 Nov 2012 12:53

Gertrud Seyss-Inquart (born Maschka) was born in Wien, November 23, 1894

Source: Minister im Ständestaat und General im OKW - Peter Broucek
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Re: Gertrud Seyss-Inquart

Post by Helge » 28 Apr 2013 07:49

Here a MOVIE with Gertrud Seyss Inquart. The film is better than many photographs.

Title: The wife of Seyss-Inquart, Gertrud Seyss-Inquart, visits a military hospital where she hands out presents and watches the men swim and play handball.

http://www.bridgemanart.com/asset/62333 ... %22%3A0%7D

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