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Karl Stojka

230670623635811In 1941, his father, Karl Wakar Stojka, was detained in the concentration camp Dachau and was murdered in 1942 in the concentration camp Mauthausen. In 1943, Karl, his mother and his five siblings, among them Ceija, were brought to the concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz, where he was registered with the number ‘’Z 5742’’. In 1944, Karl and Hans were then deported to the concentration camp Buchenwald and later to the concentration camp Flossenburg. In the last weeks…

INTERNATIONALES ANTIQUARIAT WIEN : Karl Stojka, (Konzentrationslager) Birkenau Öl/Leinwand, 1990Karl and Hans were then deported to the concentration camp Buchenwald and later to the concentration camp Flossenburg. In April 1945, the Nazis forced the detainees on a death march, due to approaching Allied forces. Karl and Hans, were liberated on 27th April 1945 U.S. Army. After the war, Karl had multiple operations due to injuries he suffered from corporal punishment during his detention

Generalstabsrichter Dr. Karl Sack (1896-1945) | Karl Sack began his law career as a district court judge in Hesse and transfered to the military judiciary in 1934. The rapid expansion of the Wehrmacht expedited Sack's career in the Reich War Ministry. As a judge in the Reich Military Court, Sack was involved in the investigation leading to the proceedings against Chief of Army High Command Colonel-General von Fritsch in 1938. Fritsch was falsely accused by the Gestapo of homosexuality, and…

Prisoners at work in the quarry of the Flossenburg concentration camp.

Admiral Wilhelm Canaris. Not only was Canaris an Admiral and head of the Abwehr - military intelligence - he was a dedicated secret opponent of Nazi ideals & of Hitler and other top leaders of the party. He maintained ties with German & Allied resistance groups, protecting them and encouraging their efforts to bring about Hitler's downfall. Near the end of the war, he was betrayed & executed by hanging at the Concentration Camp at Flossenburg.

Entschieden Christ sein :: Am 9. April 1945 wurde der evangelische Theologe Dietrich Bonhoeffer im Konzentrationslager Flossenbürg von den Nationalsozialisten ermordet. Bis heute sind zahllose Menschen beeindruckt von seinem Mut, seiner Kraft und Unbeugsamkeit in der Zeit von Terror und Haft. Klaus Koziol spürt dem Leben und Denken Dietrich Bonhoeffers nach, der in einem ausschließlichen Glauben an Jesus Christus lebte. Aus diesem Glauben folgten für Bonhoeffer sein konsequentes, ...

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