Heusermann-Reiss, Käthe, born 15-07-1909 in Liegnitz, Silesia, she attended, living in the Pariserstrassenr 39-40, in Berlin, a dental education and she, age 28, in April 1937, started as assistant of Dr. Hugo Johannes Blaschke Hugo in his practice at the Pariserstrasse nr 39-40, in Berlin. Blaschke’s practice was on the well known Kurfürstendamm 213, Berlin, in the neighbourhood of Adolf Eichmann’s office, Department IV-A4, IV means Gestapo , in the Tiergarten 4 A interior matters, 4 is religion and Jews and evacuation. Blaschke became the dentist of Adolf Hitler (did you know), advised by Hermann Goering and Josef Goebbels as Hitler in December 1933 had such teeth pain that Blaschke was called to the Reichskanzlei
at seven o’clock in the evening. He took his instrument trunk and drove to the Kanzlei and could stop Hitler’s pain and was immediately the great man, From then his was Hitler’s dentist and also Eva Braun, (Braun parents) Heinrich Himmler and Martin Bormann were his regular customer. Blaschke and his assistant, had a an own dentist office and practice in the Reichskanzlei during 1944-45. After Hitler’s suicide she left the stressed Führerbunker among others 01-05-1945, she was twice raped by Red Army soldiers. On 13-05-1945 she was arrested by the MGB, Russian secret service , as assistant of Hitler’s personal dentist Blaschke and spent ten years in Soviet prisons and camps. In May 1945 Soviet officers showed a dental bridge to Blaschke’s technician Fritz Echtmann and his dental assistant Käthe Heusermann and they both identified it as being Hitler’s. Blaschke also reconstructed the dental records of Martin Bormann from memory and these were later used to identify his skeletal remains which were discovered in Berlin in 1972, together with also the remains of Hitler’s Doctor SS Obersturmbannführer, Dr. Ludwig Stumpfegger killed the Goebbel’s children in the bunker. The both of them commited suicide.
Released from prison Käthe Heusermann lived in Düsseldorf where she died 14-02-1993, age 83. She is buried in the Reiss family grave on the Angermund cemetery of Düsseldorf. Leif Stjerna from Sweden, kindly sent me the grave pictures and most information.