Elizabeth Gloeden is accountable to the Nazi court for helping anti-fascists

Elizabeth Gloeden

Berlin lawyer Elizabeth “Lilo” Gloeden, (1903-1944) at the meeting of the People’s Court of Justice.
Elizabeth Gloden, along with her husband and mother, helped those who were persecuted by the Nazis to hide in her apartment. Among them was one of the participants in the anti-Hitler conspiracy, General Artillery Fritz Lindemann.
After the failure of the July 1944 assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler, the family of Elizabeth Gloeden was arrested by the Gestapo and tortured during interrogations. On November 30, 1944, all three – Elizabeth Glöden, Erich Gloeden and Elisabeth Kuznitzky were executed on the guillotine.



Source of photo information:

  1. www.theatlantic.com




Location: Berlin, Germany
Picture Time: 1944

In : 1944

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