Magda Goebbels and her son Harald Quandt (from her first marriage to Günther Quandt), at a NSP charity event in 1934. After World War II, Harald and his half-brother Herbert Quandt ran the industrial empire that was left to them by their father and that continues today, the family owning about 46% of Germany's luxury car manufacturer BMW.
Wedding of Joseph Goebbels’ sister Maria. Front row: Hilde & Helmut Goebbels, Joseph, Maria & Max Kimmich, Helga Goebbels and the mother of Magda Goebbels. Second row: Brother and sister in law of husband Max, Magda Goebbels, Graf Helldorf, Mrs Quandt, Hanke, Gräfin Helldorf and Harald Quandt.
1er mai 1945: Dans le bunker de la Chancellerie du Troisième Reich à Berlin, Joseph #Goebbels, ministre de la Propagande et sa femme Magda tuent ses six enfants en les empoisonnant et ensuite se suicident peu d'heures après la mort d'Adolf Hitler. Ils ne veulent survivre à l'effondrement du nazisme. Ce crime horrible montre jusqu'à quel horreur peut amener le fanatisme. Le seul à se sauver du massacre fut Harald Quandt, le fils de premier lit de Magda Goebbels.
Nazi newlyweds. Joseph Goebbels and new bride Magda on their wedding day, 19 December 1931. With them is Harald Quandt, Magda's son from her first marriage. Harald would be the only member of the family to survive the fall of Germany.
Goebbels with his stepson, Harald Quandt. Joseph was very fond of Harald, so much so that after he wed Magda he forced her ex-husband and Harald's father, Gunther Quandt, to drop the provision in their divorce agreement requiring Harald to live with him in the event his mother remarried.