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Karl Josef Silberbauer (21 June 1911 – 2 September 1972) was an Austrian police officer, SS member and undercover investigator for the West German Federal Intelligence Service. He was stationed in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam during World War II , where he was promoted to the rank of Hauptscharführer (master sergeant).
- Silberbauer's Recollections of The Arrest
Born in Vienna, Silberbauer served in the Austrian military before following his father into the police force in 1935. Four years later, he joined the Gestapo, moved to the Netherlands, and in 1943 transferred to the SD in The Hague. Platinum Collection Build Your Own Bundle. Choose up to 7 games Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page. On August 4, 1944, he was instructed by his superior, Julius Dettmann, to investigate a tip-off that Jews were being hidden in upstairs rooms at Prinsengracht 263. He took a few officers with him and interrogated Victor Kugler about the entrance to the hiding place. Miep Gies was also questioned, but allowed to stay on the premises after Kugler and his associate Johannes Kleiman, together with Otto Frank, Edith Frank-Holländer, Margot Frank, Anne Frank, Hermann van Pels, Auguste van Pels, Peter van Pels, and Fritz Pfeffer, were arrested and taken to Gestapo headquarters. From there the eight who had been in hidin...
Silberbauer's memories of the arrest were notably vivid - he in particular recalled Otto and Anne Frank. When he asked Otto Frank how long they had been in hiding, Frank answered, "Two years and one month." Silberbauer was incredulous, until Otto stood Anne against the marks made on the wall to measure her height since they had arrived in the annex, showing that she had grown even since the last mark had been made. Silberbauer said that Anne "looked like the pictures in the books, but a little older, and prettier. 'You have a lovely daughter', I said to Mr. Frank". Silberbauer had only been told by his superiors that the tip came from a "reliable source" and was unable to provide any information that could help further the Dutch police's investigation. His superior officer, Julius Dettmann, who had originally taken the call, committed suicide immediately after the war. The Viennese and the Amsterdam police could not produce enough evidence of a criminal act to prosecute Silberbauer....The Critical Edition of the Diary of Anne Frank, Anne Frank, edited by David Barnow, 2003Anne Frank House: a museum with a story, Anne Frank Foundation 1999Roses from the Earth, Carol Ann Lee
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Mar 04, 2017 · Karl Josef Silberbauer (21 June 1911 – 2 September 1972) was an Austrian police officer, SS-Oberscharführer (staff sergeant), and undercover investigator for the West German Federal Intelligence Service. Silberbauer is best known, however, for his activities in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam during World War II.
Silberbauer's name had been disclosed in 1948 during the Dutch police investigation into the denunciation and arrest of those hiding in the Secret Annex. The Dutch police detectives who had assisted with the raid were identified by Miep Gies and claimed to remember nothing, other than the name of their superior, Karl Silberbauer.
Austrian police officer, SS-Oberscharführer (staff sergeant), and undercover investigator for the West German Federal Intelligence Service. He is best known for his activities in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam during WWII, where he was assigned to “Sektion IV B 4”, the unit responsible for arresting Jews in hiding. In 1963,...
Silberbauer said that Anne "looked like the pictures in the books, but a little older, and prettier. 'You have a lovely daughter', I said to Mr. Frank". Silberbauer had only been told by his superiors that the tip came from a "reliable source" and was unable to provide any information that could help further the Dutch police's investigation.
Nov 11, 2016 · Karl Silberbauer Karl Silberbauer, best known for his role as the Gestapo Chief in Amsterdam who captured Anne Frank, died of natural causes after a career as a police inspector in Vienna, Austria. While he was not tried for war crimes, there was a police disciplinary hearing for his role during the war. Silberbauer is […]
Apr 11, 2011 · Karl Josef Silberbauer. Anna’s mother Edith died several months later. Anne and her sister were sent to Bergen-Belsen, where they died two months before the end of the war. The only survivor was Anne’s father, Otto Frank. His daughter’s diary, which he published soon after the war, became a worldwide best-seller.
Apr 03, 2020 · Karl Josef Silberbauer was an SS staff sergeant known for his activities in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam during WWII. He reported directly to Adolf Eichmann, the head of Department IVB4, the office coordinating the extermination of the Jews.
Aug 04, 2018 · The German officer, Karl Silberbauer, comes into the office and Miep realizes he has a Viennese accent (she is originally from Vienna). He confronts her and she remains calm until he threatens her ...