Theodor Maunz, born 01-09-1901 in Dachau, the son of a primary school teacher. After finishing his study he joined the Bavarian state as a government jurist. He became a German jurist, who worked in both the national socialism and in the Federal Republic of Germany, as a professor. With the assumption of the National Socialists he in 1933 joined the SA. In 1935 he became the professor in the Freiburg University who made the laws for the Nazi State and Police, which gave the NS regime a juristic legality for their behavior during the war years. Maunz remained a Nazi and until his death supported a National Paper with his contested articles. Its deduction, consisting of correspondences, drafts, appraisals, manuscripts and a photo collection, is in Bavarian main public records in Munich, further documents in city archives Munich.
Maunz living in Gräfeling died at the old age of 92, on 10-09-1993 and is buried with his wife Maria, who died old age 83, on 06-09-1985, on the cemetery of Gräfeling. The Generals Moritz Faber de Baur (see Faber de Baur), Karl Held (see Held), Friedrich Haselmayr (see Haselmayr), Albert Vierling (see Vierling), Edmund Wachenfeld (see Wachenfeld), Max Ziervogel (see Ziervogel) and Hitler’s first driver and look a like Julius Schreck (see Schreck).