Hartmut Rieger - Phlox: Albert Leo Schlageter

Hartmut Rieger - Phlox: Albert Leo Schlageter

Albert Leo Schlageter (12 August 1894 – 26 May 1923) was a member of the German Freikorps. His activities sabotaging French occupying troops after World War I led to his arrest and eventual execution by French forces. His death created an image of martyrdom around him, which was cultivated by German nationalist groups, in particular the Nazi Party. During the Third Reich, he was widely commemorated as a national hero.

Albert Leo Schlageter (12 August 1894 – 26 May 1923) was a member of the German Freikorps. His activities sabotaging French occupying troops after World War I led to his arrest and eventual execution by French forces. His death created an image of martyrdom around him, which was cultivated by German nationalist groups, in particular the Nazi Party. During the Third Reich, he was widely commemorated as a national hero.

JG-26 Jagdgeschwader Schlageter.  This was a Luftwaffe fighter squadron that operated mainly in Western Europe but also against Russia during WWII. It was named after WWI veteran Albert Leo Schlageter, hence the 'S' insignia. This is a black "S" embroidered on a silver fabric and edged with silver wire bullion. Size: 3" x 3 1/2" approx.

JG-26 Jagdgeschwader Schlageter. This was a Luftwaffe fighter squadron that operated mainly in Western Europe but also against Russia during WWII. It was named after WWI veteran Albert Leo Schlageter, hence the 'S' insignia. This is a black "S" embroidered on a silver fabric and edged with silver wire bullion. Size: 3" x 3 1/2" approx.

JG-26 Jagdgeschwader Schlageter  This was a Luftwaffe fighter squadron that operated mainly in Western Europe but also against Russia during WWII.   It was named after WWI veteran Albert Leo Schlageter, hence the 'S' insignia.    This is a black "S" embroidered on a silver fabric and edged with silver wire bullion.    Size: 3" x 3 1/2" approx.

JG-26 Jagdgeschwader Schlageter This was a Luftwaffe fighter squadron that operated mainly in Western Europe but also against Russia during WWII. It was named after WWI veteran Albert Leo Schlageter, hence the 'S' insignia. This is a black "S" embroidered on a silver fabric and edged with silver wire bullion. Size: 3" x 3 1/2" approx.

KG6 - Execution of Albert Leo Schlageter, Cast Bronze Medal, 77.00g., 61mm, by Karl Goetz

KG6 - Execution of Albert Leo Schlageter, Cast Bronze Medal, 77.00g., 61mm, by Karl Goetz

Dusseldrof, Germany, A memorial ceremony to Albert Leo Schlageter, who was a member of the German Freikorps. His activities sabotaging French occupying troops after WW1 led to his arrest and eventual execution by French forces. His death created an image of martyrdom around him, which was cultivated by German nationalist groups, in particular the Nazi Party. During the Third Reich, he was widely commemorated as a national hero.

Dusseldrof, Germany, A memorial ceremony to Albert Leo Schlageter, who was a member of the German Freikorps. His activities sabotaging French occupying troops after WW1 led to his arrest and eventual execution by French forces. His death created an image of martyrdom around him, which was cultivated by German nationalist groups, in particular the Nazi Party. During the Third Reich, he was widely commemorated as a national hero.

The Ruhr Crisis (1923):  Leo Albert Slageter-Albert Leo Schlageter was a soldier in the First World War and a member of various volunteer corps . Schlageter was a member of the NSDAP  During the Franco-Belgian occupation of the Ruhr he was a militant activist who was executed for spying etc.  Schlageter was in the Weimar Republic after his execution became a martyr, which went across party lines" considerable sympathy., the Nazi propaganda made ​​from Schlageter

The Ruhr Crisis (1923): Leo Albert Slageter-Albert Leo Schlageter was a soldier in the First World War and a member of various volunteer corps . Schlageter was a member of the NSDAP During the Franco-Belgian occupation of the Ruhr he was a militant activist who was executed for spying etc. Schlageter was in the Weimar Republic after his execution became a martyr, which went across party lines" considerable sympathy., the Nazi propaganda made ​​from Schlageter

Ihr werdet erleben, wie sie unser Land verschachern, um ihre eigene erbärmliche Macht zu sichern. — Albert Leo Schlageter (Soldat im 1. WK)

Ihr werdet erleben, wie sie unser Land verschachern, um ihre eigene erbärmliche Macht zu sichern. — Albert Leo Schlageter (Soldat im 1. WK)

Albert Leo Schlageter

Albert Leo Schlageter

Albert Leo Schlageter se enfrenta al pelotón de fusilamiento.

Albert Leo Schlageter se enfrenta al pelotón de fusilamiento.

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