Camp Commandant Amon Goeth with his mistress, Majola (Ruth Irene Kalder). Kalder first met Göth in 1942 or early 1943 when she worked as a secretary at Oskar Schindler's enamelware factory in Kraków. She soon moved in with Göth and the two had an affair. She took Göth's name shortly after his death.

Camp Commandant Amon Goeth with his mistress, Majola (Ruth Irene Kalder). Kalder first met Göth in 1942 or early 1943 when she worked as a secretary at Oskar Schindler's enamelware factory in Kraków. She soon moved in with Göth and the two had an affair. She took Göth's name shortly after his death.

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

Bi-racial grandchild of Nazi portrayed in 'Schindler's List' pens book

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'.

Schindler's List 'House of Horrors' being turned into a LUXURY VILLA

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

Majola, the mistress of commandant Amon Goeth, stands on the balcony of his villa in the Plaszow concentration camp with his dog Ralf.

Majola, the mistress of commandant Amon Goeth, stands on the balcony of his villa in the Plaszow concentration camp with his dog Ralf.

Woensdag, 25 augustus 1830, had in de Muntschouwburg te Brussel de opvoering plaats van "De Stomme van Portici". Bij het duo "Amour sacré de la patrie, rends-nous l'audace et la fierté

Woensdag, 25 augustus 1830, had in de Muntschouwburg te Brussel de opvoering plaats van "De Stomme van Portici". Bij het duo "Amour sacré de la patrie, rends-nous l'audace et la fierté

Queen Astrid of Belgium (Stockholm, Sweden November 17 1905- Küssnacht am Rigi, Switserland, August 29 1935), wife of king Leopold III of Belgium and mother of both king Boudewijn and king Albert II, she also had a daughter the grandduchess of Luxembourg Josephine Charlotte. She was a very popular queen known for her charity and died tragicly on holiday with her husband. She was in a car accident and died instantly. She was deeply mourned by both the family and the people

Queen Astrid of Belgium (Stockholm, Sweden November 17 Küssnacht am Rigi, Switserland, August 29

De Slag bij Leuven  Enkele dagen na de troonsbestijging van Leopold I, verbrak Willem I de wapenstilstand. Zijn legers vielen België binnen waar geen enkele defensiemaatregel voorzien was. Moedig voerde Leopold I de zwakke troepen aan waarover hij beschikte en vóór Leuven bracht hij de vijand tot staan.

De Slag bij Leuven Enkele dagen na de troonsbestijging van Leopold I, verbrak Willem I de wapenstilstand. Zijn legers vielen België binnen waar geen enkele defensiemaatregel voorzien was. Moedig voerde Leopold I de zwakke troepen aan waarover hij beschikte en vóór Leuven bracht hij de vijand tot staan.

Leopold I Koning der Belgen, 1790-1865

Leopold I Koning der Belgen, 1790-1865

Le Roi Albert se rend au Parlement pour défendre la neutralité de la Belgique - Koning Albert naar Parlement om neutraliteit te verdedigen 04.08.1914 © Archief Stad Brussel

Le Roi Albert se rend au Parlement pour défendre la neutralité de la Belgique - Koning Albert naar Parlement om neutraliteit te verdedigen 04.08.1914 © Archief Stad Brussel

Princess Marie José of Belgium was born Marie José Charlotte Sophie Amélie Henriette Gabrielle to Albert I of Belgium and Elisabeth of Bavaria. She married Umberto II of Italy, who was born Umberto Nicola Tommaso Giovanni Maria di Savoia, and they were nicknamed "The May Queen and King" because their reign was only 35 days long.

Princess Marie José of Belgium was born Marie José Charlotte Sophie Amélie Henriette Gabrielle to Albert I of Belgium and Elisabeth of Bavaria. She married Umberto II of Italy, who was born Umberto Nicola Tommaso Giovanni Maria di Savoia, and they were nicknamed "The May Queen and King" because their reign was only 35 days long.

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