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Article Changed Old lines New lines
INSIDE THE GESTAPO Chapter VI. "Hansi" and "Ring." (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 8 May 1941 page Article 2015-01-26 22:36 Flag-Leader (Standartenîuehrer) of the
Flag-Leader (Standartenfuehrer) of the
INSIDE THE GESTAPO Chapter VI. "Hansi" and "Ring." (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 8 May 1941 page Article 2015-01-26 22:35 Sturmbannfuelirer and aide-de-camp of
Sturmbannfuehrer and aide-de-camp of
INSIDE THE GESTAPO Chapter VI. "Hansi" and "Ring." (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 8 May 1941 page Article 2015-01-26 22:34 privately. When we were lett alone, he
privately. When we were left alone, he
INSIDE THE GESTAPO Chapter VI. "Hansi" and "Ring." (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 8 May 1941 page Article 2015-01-26 22:33 tary, became mv closest collaborators.
tary, became my closest collaborators.
INSIDE THE GESTAPO Chapter VI. "Hansi" and "Ring." (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 8 May 1941 page Article 2015-01-26 21:24 in his hopes nd had to endure the bit-
in his hopes and had to endure the bit-
INSIDE THE GESTAPO Chapter VI. "Hansi" and "Ring." (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 8 May 1941 page Article 2015-01-26 21:18 ! him he noticed in time that the leader of
[to regain Heydrich's favour and to save
¡ shown a remarkable talent for organisa-
Dachau and sained a sad notoriety.
I ' had little reason to come into con-
T had ample opportunity to watch them
' (To be continued.)
him he noticed in time that the leader of
to regain Heydrich's favour and to save
shown a remarkable talent for organisa-
Dachau and gained a sad notoriety.
I had little reason to come into con-
I had ample opportunity to watch them
(To be continued.)
INSIDE THE GESTAPO Chapter VI. "Hansi" and "Ring." (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 8 May 1941 page Article 2015-01-26 21:09 hii own chances of real advancement
within the Party. He-just as Buerckel
-was considered rather "left wing"
within the Party and the S.S.-he took
Haardt, of which Kemmet was the aide
upon Eicke did not hesitate long-he col-
tight corner; but in the end. Captain
Buerckel was furious-both with Kem
Buerckel managed to retain him as au
ceived" with open arms by Heydrich. The
litter and Himmler appointed him to
¡spirit; he rose to be an inspector of all
his own chances of real advancement
within the Party. He—just as Buerckel
—was considered rather "left wing"
within the Party and the S.S.—he took
Haardt, of which Kemmet was the aide-
upon Eicke did not hesitate long—he col-
tight corner; but in the end, Captain
Buerckel was furious—both with Kem-
Buerckel managed to retain him as an
ceived with open arms by Heydrich. The
latter and Himmler appointed him to
spirit; he rose to be an inspector of all
INSIDE THE GESTAPO Chapter VI. "Hansi" and "Ring." (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 8 May 1941 page Article 2015-01-26 21:05 efficient foreman in the LG. Paint Fac-
him to prépare all sorts of bombs, fuses,
and fireworks He became involved in
the S.S. Group X. BuerckeTs gratitude
waa not only for the bombs and other
toy« Kemmet had faithfully prepared,
efficient foreman in the I.G. Paint Fac-
him to prepare all sorts of bombs, fuses,
and fireworks. He became involved in
the S.S. Group X. Buerckel's gratitude
was not only for the bombs and other
toys Kemmet had faithfully prepared,
INSIDE THE GESTAPO Chapter VI. "Hansi" and "Ring." (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 8 May 1941 page Article 2015-01-26 20:57 j were known to me and to their subordin-
ates. Quindt became "Hansl" and Pfarr
j "Ring." The trouble with these two was
¡ them with these two was misguided zeal;
often I had to restrain them from cora
[ mitting a foolish blunder, especially
servant-if possible a very high one-and
tary they formed an excellent team. I
established that for instance Max Braun 1
home in their compartments or in the !
dining car. Often they quarrelled, and |
Officer at Porbach, «ame often to Saar-
had with his agent, ah innkeeper and
had turned a well-paid Informer; to main- |
National Socialism, and sometimes even j
[ pedlar's business. I never carried a large
role of political refugee «nd lessened the
After the French bad watched ne for
to the Commissariat Spécial at the
ment. I /knew very well that this "firm"
was the "Deuxième Bureau," the official
opportunity of which X had never dreamt.
The amiable little gentleman--no doubt a
French Intelligence Officer-seemed to be
With .some patience and a good portion of
seemed to be sceptical about thé results
I would achieve-and in the last analysis
(;hat formidable body known by the in-
itials-SD.RFSS.
advised me first to see Dr. Best, who, in |
I became fully acquainted with the1
SD.RFSS, whose most authoritative mern- i
ber in espionage matters I later became, j
Captain Buchmann, offered to accompany I
me. As aide-de-camp of the S.S.-Stan
the Security service without being' a
There were chree brand new Mercedes
large scale. The ' organising talent of
power and the state of the upholstery . ..
had to go to Munich. But first I drove1
were known to me and to their subordin-
ates. Quindt became "Hansi" and Pfarr
"Ring." The trouble with these two was
them with these two was misguided zeal;
often I had to restrain them from com-
mitting a foolish blunder, especially
servant—if possible a very high one—and
tary they formed an excellent team.
established that for instance Max Braun
home in their compartments or in the
dining car. Often they quarrelled, and
Officer at Porbach, came often to Saar-
had with his agent, an innkeeper and
had turned a well-paid informer; to main-
National Socialism, and sometimes even
pedlar's business. I never carried a large
role of political refugee and lessened the
After the French bad watched me for
to the Commissariat Special at the
ment. I knew very well that this "firm"
was the "Deuxieme Bureau," the official
opportunity of which I had never dreamt.
The amiable little gentleman—no doubt a
French Intelligence Officer—seemed to be
With some patience and a good portion of
seemed to be sceptical about the results
I would achieve—and in the last analysis
that formidable body known by the in-
itials—SD.RFSS.
advised me first to see Dr. Best, who, in
I became fully acquainted with the
SD.RFSS, whose most authoritative mem-
ber in espionage matters I later became.
Captain Buchmann, offered to accompany
me. As aide-de-camp of the S.S.-Stan-
the Security service without being a
There were rhree brand new Mercedes
large scale. The organising talent of
power and the state of the upholstery . . .
had to go to Munich. But first I drove
INSIDE THE GESTAPO Chapter VI. "Hansi" and "Ring." (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 8 May 1941 page Article 2015-01-26 20:48 trict. These two, with my fa'thful secre-
acted as my- deputy in dealing with all
trict. These two, with my faithful secre-
acted as my deputy in dealing with all

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