Pictures of Gertrud Scholtz-Klink

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Pictures of Gertrud Scholtz-Klink

Post by Einsamer_Wolf » 01 Jun 2003 08:08

Someone mentioned her in the Nazi-WOmen poll. Cannot find a picture of her. Can anyone lead the way?

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Post by HPL2008 » 01 Jun 2003 08:35

Here's one.
(From: http://www.dialog-frieden-fairness.de/3 ... -klink.htm )

BTW: Hey, this is my 300th post!
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Post by Tomi T » 01 Jun 2003 11:10

Hello!
Here is two other pictures of Gertrud Scholtz-Klink.

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Post by Simon » 01 Jun 2003 14:56

Here comes a picture from my archive..

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Post by Einsamer_Wolf » 01 Jun 2003 16:43

Thanks. Not as attractive as the good folks at Simon Wiesenthal made her out to be. Imagine that, the gang at the Simon Wiesenthal Center for Tolerance more sympathetic to a Nazi figure than your truly. WHo would have imagined? Her plain looks notwithstanding--I do not approve her conviction based solely on her involvement in the Nazi party. Talk about Victors' Justince...

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Post by Nick Pears » 01 Jun 2003 20:33

Hubba hubba :)

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Post by sylvieK4 » 01 Jun 2003 22:32

From: http://pro.corbis.com/ Allegedly taken in London, UK. July 1936
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And, here's the full version of one posted above. Scholtz-Klink with family. Not wearing a "Mother's Medal" though.

http://www.dhm.de/ausstellungen/bildber ... rin/36.htm
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Post by Balrog » 02 Jun 2003 01:34

i read a book on famous nazi women, the book was publish in 1999, it didn't list a date of death for this klink woman, is she still alive?

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Post by Manstein » 01 Jan 2004 03:09

Gertrud Scholtz-Klink died on March 24, 1999.

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Post by AHLF » 01 Jan 2004 18:39

sylvieK4 wrote:....
And, here's the full version of one posted above. Scholtz-Klink with family. Not wearing a "Mother's Medal" though.

http://www.dhm.de/ausstellungen/bildber ... rin/36.htm
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And who's the proud husband?

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Post by Manstein » 01 Jan 2004 19:14

August Heissmeyer.

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Post by Balrog » 01 Jan 2004 21:42

do you have any information about her children today? how did she support herself? did she have a job after the war? did she die collecting a pension?

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Post by AHLF » 02 Jan 2004 16:25

Manstein wrote:August Heissmeyer.


Thanks.

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Names of the Children

Post by Kree » 31 Aug 2005 15:42

Does anyone know the names of the children?

Also which ones are from her previous marriage?

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Post by sylvieK4 » 31 Aug 2005 19:29

Here is another earlier thread about Scholtz-Klink: viewtopic.php?t=61700
In it, there is some discussion of her "blended family". (According to one post, four were hers, and six were the children of her third husband, August Heissmeyer.)

As I recall, there were other previous threads here about the children and who belonged to whom - notably, the eldest son, whom - IIRC - is Heissmeyer's. (Judging by the date of her previous marriage, given in the above-mentioned thread, the youngest children in the photo are hers and the older ones, her husband's.)

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