Pictures of Inga Ley

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Pictures of Inga Ley

Post by Ady33-45 » 11 Aug 2004 10:22

Hi Helly,
Thanks very much for the excellent pictures of Jakob. Also to Ernst for allowing the use of them.
I only need to get a couple of Inga Ley and I will be a very happy chappy! :D

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Post by Mich » 11 Aug 2004 10:30

Hi Ady,

The only picture I know of Inge (Inga) Ley is the following.
Here you see her with Hitler.

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Mich.
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Post by Ady33-45 » 11 Aug 2004 14:44

Hi Mich,
Thanks for the info.
I must say what a beautiful young woman she was.
I expected someone more like Magda Goebels, you know heavily built and very 'fraueish'.
Robert Ley was no matinee idol that's for sure.
:o
Ady.

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Another pic of Inge Ley

Post by Geoff Walden » 15 Aug 2004 07:14

Here's another picture of Inge Ley.
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Truly Stunning

Post by Ady33-45 » 15 Aug 2004 10:37

Hi Geoff,
Thanks for the picture.
I must say Inge was a truly stunning woman and from what I have heard she tried to (managed to?) commit suicide!
I would love to know more about her, any biographies about?
Ady. :D

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Post by rvinson » 26 Oct 2005 04:43

She looks a little like Veronica Lake without the peak-a-boo hair. Traudl Junge commented she thought she was dull.

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Post by Jeff Clark » 26 Oct 2005 22:23

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Post by -Koj- » 01 Nov 2005 18:55

very nice exspand ! These pictures of inga ley are from the DVD "Good morning mr. Hitler" (Tag der Deutschen Kunst) right? Is it possible that somebody could make more screenshots in good quality of Robert and Inga Ley?
Mail: F.Wuest@gmx.net

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Post by Roderick » 02 Nov 2005 21:29

Two cents to discover why a woman like Inga married the handsome Robert... :o

Roderick

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Post by Annelie » 02 Nov 2005 22:30

Roderick asks

Two cents to discover why a woman like Inga married the handsome Robert...


Power can make any man attractive to some or so I have heard.

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Post by Big Orange » 07 Apr 2006 21:24

Why did a babe like Inga, shack up with a scum bag like Ley? :?

And I heard that Ley suffered from mental problems that were induced either by heavy drinking or head trauma due to a flying accident.

And Trandl labeling Inga Ley as "dull" possibly meant that Inga Ley was a self-obsessed and empty headed bimbo.

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Post by Brumbar » 08 Apr 2006 05:51

Big Orange wrote:Why did a babe like Inga, shack up with a scum bag like Ley? :?

And I heard that Ley suffered from mental problems that were induced either by heavy drinking or head trauma due to a flying accident.

And Trandl labeling Inga Ley as "dull" possibly meant that Inga Ley was a self-obsessed and empty headed bimbo.


Perhaps because, as Henry Kissinger once observed (while dating Jill St. John), "Power is an aphrodisiac."

"I heard" just doesn't cut it. Suggest you read the affadavit taken at Nuremberg, "The Private Life of Ley", given by his personal secretary, Hildegarde Bruninghoff (IWM, FO645, Box 155, "Private Life of Ley. Bruninghoff, Notes through Interrogation Division", October 1945, pp. 2-8.)

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Post by Dorpmuller » 08 Apr 2006 07:08

Better quality fixed-with-Photoshop copy, source unknown.

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Post by Vikki » 08 Apr 2006 07:24

Big Orange wrote:And Trandl labeling Inga Ley as "dull" possibly meant that Inga Ley was a self-obsessed and empty headed bimbo.


Traudl Junge's comment on Inge Ley as being "dull" "could have" meant any number of things....not necessarily that she was a "self-obsessed and empty-headed bimbo."

Inge Ley, as someone said earlier, was obviously a truly stunning woman---strikingly beautiful, at least in appearance. I've always wondered why such women are somehow automatically written off by some as vacuous. In my experience, it's usually a "catty bitch" female comment. Her photos remind me, in a modern sense, of a young Faye Dunaway----not at all an image that I'd associate with either "empty-headed" or "bimbo."

Annelie and Brumbar, I think you're both right on track with your "Power as an Aphrodisiac" thoughts. But then, there's always the "Power Behind the Throne" idea.....

~FV

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Post by TePe » 08 Apr 2006 13:46

Here is another picture of Inga Ley with her daughter Lore from my collection...

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