Herta Lindner

Local nameHerta Lindner
LocationHeidenau, Germany

Herta Lindner was a member of the German resistance against Nazism in occupied Czechoslovakia. She was born in 1920 into a German-speaking family in Mariaschein, Czechoslovakia. She joined the Socialist Youth of Germany – Falcons at a young age. Lindner and her family opposed the Sudeten German Party.During the German occupation of Czechoslovakia Lindner lived in Prague and Dresden but returned in 1941 to her family. She worked as salesclerk in Teplice. Lindner was a founding member of the Lindenbrüder Hohenstein climbing club, which served as a cover for illegal anti-Nazi activities.Herta Lindner and her father were arrested by the SS on 27 November 1941 for their political activities. They were held in Most and later brought to Berlin, where Herta was sentenced to death for high treason in November 1942. She was executed at Plötzensee Prison on 29 March 1943. Her father was executed two weeks later.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herta_Lindner

Address 22 Ernst-Thälmann-Straße, Heidenau 01809, Germany

Coordinates 50°58'37.254" N 13°52'3.669" E

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