Lina Heydrich's interview (1979). In German + translation into Czech

Lina Heydrich's interview (1979). In German + translation into Czech

Reinhardt & Lina Heydrich. About as loathsome a couple as anyone could meet. A fervent Nazi, she convinced him to try a job with the SS, where he rose to become architect of the Final Solution before Czech Resistance fighters killed him in Prague, 1942. He was never faithful to her, spending hours in brothels until he finally est'd one that'd enable him to spy and hold blackmail material on high-ranking Nazis and political leaders.

Reinhardt & Lina Heydrich. About as loathsome a couple as anyone could meet. A fervent Nazi, she convinced him to try a job with the SS, where he rose to become architect of the Final Solution before Czech Resistance fighters killed him in Prague, 1942. He was never faithful to her, spending hours in brothels until he finally est'd one that'd enable him to spy and hold blackmail material on high-ranking Nazis and political leaders.

January 29, 1937. At the family holiday, Lieutenant Colonel Richard Prashnou, Lina Heydrich, Karl Wolff, foreman reichsfuehrer Heinrich Himmler.

January 29, 1937. At the family holiday, Lieutenant Colonel Richard Prashnou, Lina Heydrich, Karl Wolff, foreman reichsfuehrer Heinrich Himmler.

Inside the theatre of the SS and police Lemberg, Februar 1942

Inside the theatre of the SS and police Lemberg, Februar 1942

wotansvolk88: sturmfurie:No man can say he was a friend of Heydrich. Reinhard did not wish any friends. […] About this issue we spoke often and long. Also I mentioned my own loneliness. Once he took my head in his hands, looked at me and said: “Do we need any friends at all? You are my best friend. We do not need to share it with anyone. Let’s continue as before!” Since then, I have felt much freer. Loneliness got a special meaning and content.– Lina Heydrich ”Mein Leben mit Reinhard”(Thanks…

wotansvolk88: sturmfurie:No man can say he was a friend of Heydrich. Reinhard did not wish any friends. […] About this issue we spoke often and long. Also I mentioned my own loneliness. Once he took my head in his hands, looked at me and said: “Do we need any friends at all? You are my best friend. We do not need to share it with anyone. Let’s continue as before!” Since then, I have felt much freer. Loneliness got a special meaning and content.– Lina Heydrich ”Mein Leben mit Reinhard”(Thanks…

Lina Heydrich.Reinhard Heydrich

Lina Heydrich.Reinhard Heydrich

Reinhard & Lina Heydrich with their son Karl

Reinhard & Lina Heydrich with their son Karl

Lina Heydrich with her husband's death mask.

Lina Heydrich with her husband's death mask.

Lina Heydrich

Lina Heydrich

Lina Heydrich in mourning

Lina Heydrich in mourning

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