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