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Amon Goeth Daughter | Ruth Irene Kalder Interview

Amon Goeth Daughter | Ruth Irene Kalder Interview

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Ruth Irene Kalder, the mother of Monkia Goeth, standing on the balcony of Amon Goeth's home

Ruth Irene Kalder, the mother of Monkia Goeth, standing on the balcony of Amon Goeth's home

Ancestors: Teege's mother Monika is pictured right in the 1940s with her own mother Ruth Irene Kalder, who had an affair with Goeth while working as a secretary in his factory

Ancestors: Teege's mother Monika is pictured right in the 1940s with her own mother Ruth Irene Kalder, who had an affair with Goeth while working as a secretary in his factory

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Göth lived there with his mistress Ruth Irene Kalder, a beautician, pictured. A survivor said Ruth lived with luxuries and 'beautified herself all day'.

Göth lived there with his mistress Ruth Irene Kalder, a beautician, pictured. A survivor said Ruth lived with luxuries and 'beautified herself all day'.

1943 - Kraków–Płaszów, Poland: Amon Goeth's mistress Ruth Irene Kalder outside his villa keeping his Great Dane hound under control; one of two, Rolf and Ralf,

1943 - Kraków–Płaszów, Poland: Amon Goeth's mistress Ruth Irene Kalder outside his villa keeping his Great Dane hound under control; one of two, Rolf and Ralf,

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Portrait of a young African American woman identified as Mrs. Will Richardson. Photographed circa 1907 in Junction City, Kansas.

Portrait of a young African American woman identified as Mrs. Will Richardson. Photographed circa 1907 in Junction City, Kansas.

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Horace King was an Alabama slave and architect who reached a high level of prominence in the mid-1800s. King became one of the most respected bridge architects in the Chattahoochee River Valley. His legacy is still alive in the amazing spiraling staircase of the Alabama State Capital.

Horace King was an Alabama slave and architect who reached a high level of prominence in the mid-1800s. King became one of the most respected bridge architects in the Chattahoochee River Valley. His legacy is still alive in the amazing spiraling staircase of the Alabama State Capital.

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Paperback - Offers brief biographies of African American educators, entertainers, inventors, authors, athletes, and others who have made important contributions to American life Age Range: 9 - 14

Paperback - Offers brief biographies of African American educators, entertainers, inventors, authors, athletes, and others who have made important contributions to American life Age Range: 9 - 14

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