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Liselotte Meier

Given NameLiselotte


ww2dbaseLiselotte Meier volunteered for office duties in Eastern Europe and eventually engaged in a romantic relationship with Nazi official Hermann Hanweg. At the office, papers regarding deportations and mass shootings of Jews routinely passed through her desk. Off duty, Hanweg and Meier would engage in the shooting of Jews for entertainment on their estate in Lida, occupied Poland (now in Belarus).

ww2dbaseSource: Wendy Lower, Hitler's Furies: German Women in the Nazi Killing Fields

Last Major Revision: Dec 2015

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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Anonymous says:
5 Jul 2016 10:00:17 PM

So, what happened to her?
2. Riana says:
31 Jan 2017 04:58:27 AM

She got away scott free ...
3. Anonymous says:
27 Feb 2019 07:18:19 AM

4. Rachel Jordan says:
23 Mar 2020 08:18:22 PM

Sickening. How did she live with herself?
5. Mee says:
22 Aug 2021 01:52:44 PM

Hanweg and Meier would engage in the shooting of Jews for entertainment on their estate in Lida, occupied Poland...???
Really !!!

Never happened. Yet another story :(
6. Anonymous says:
3 Sep 2021 08:15:41 AM

Regarding Liselotte Meier :
Was she prosecuted and convicted after ww2 ?
When did she die ?
Thks for your information

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