Schreck, Julius, born 13-07-1898 Munich, the son of a representative, was a real Hitler “look a like”. A Nazi Leader. First Reich Leader of the SS . Schreck was one of the earliest members of the Nazi party and a member of Adolf Hitler’s (did you know) inner circle, together with half Jew, SS Oberführer, Emil Maurice. He had served in World War I and was one of the founders of the Sturmabteilung (SA – Storm Troopers)
. On 09-11-1923, Adolf Hitler, Hermann Kriebel , Erich Ludendorff, Julius Streicher Julius Schreck, Hermann Goering, Max Scheubner-Richter , his adjutant Wilhelm Brückner ( Brückner joined the Wehrmacht, becoming a colonel by war’s end. He died on 18 August 1954 in Herbsdorf, ) and 3,000 armed supporters of the Nazi Party marched through Munich in an attempt to join up with Ernst Röhm‘s forces at the War Ministry. At Odensplatz
they found the road blocked by the Munich police. What happened next is in dispute. One observer said that Hitler fired the first shot with his revolver. Another witness said it was Steicher while others claimed the police fired into the ground in front of the marchers. Eleven people, included 3 police men were killed, like Andreas Bauriedl and Theodor von Pfordten another victim, were buried on the Nordfriedhof in Munich. In 1925 Schreck became one of the first members of Hitler’s personal bodyguard and raiser of the Schutzstaffel (SS), and was its commander until his resignation the following year. An early member of the SS was SS Obersturmbannführer, Otto Günsche who with Hitler’s driver after Schreck, SS Obersturmbannführer, Erich Kempka would burn Hitler’s and Eva Braun’s bodies. Reichsleiter, Heinrich Himmler would assume this post in 1929). Schreck a Hitler look alike
then served as Hitler’s favorite driver from 1926 to 1934, rising to the rank of SS-Oberführer, a rank between Oberst and General.
Death and burial ground of Schreck, Julius.
Julius, here with Geli Raubal , contracted meningitis and was given a Nazi state funeral, attended by Hitler and most of the senior party leadership, Martin Bormann, Hermann Goering (did you know), Joachim von Ribbentrop, former minister, Konstantin von Neurath, Rudolf Hess, Joseph Goebbels (did you know), SS Obergruppenführer, Hans Baur Hitler’s pilot, Heinrich Hoffmann his personal photographer, Baldur von Schirach, Hitler former Youth leader, succeeded by Arthur Axmann. In common with many Nazi graves, after World War II Schreck’s grave marker was removed and there was a stone without inscription on the spot where he was buried. Now there is a large memorial to the war victims. On this cemetery are also buried the General der Flieger, Kommandant der Luftregio I Königsberg, Albert Vierling
, Generalleutnant der Flieger, Kommandant von Bohemië und Moravië, Max Ziervogel, General der Flieger, Kommandant der Luftregio I Königsberg, Karl Held, Generalleutnant der Kavallerie, Kommander 4th Panzer Division , Moritz Faber de Baur, Generalleutnant der Infanterie, the high commander of Feldkommandeur 569, Friedrich Haselmayr, General der Artillerie/Flieger, Kommandeur Wehrkreis VII, Edmund Wachenfeld and the Nazi jurist, Theodor Maunz.
A memorial stone replaced the gravestone.