Robert Karl Ludwig Mulka (12 April 1895 – 26 April 1969) was an SS - Hauptsturmführer. At Auschwitz concentration camp, he was adjutant to the camp commandant, SS- Obersturmbannführer Rudolf Höss, making him second in command of the camp. Contents 1 Life 2 SS career and participation in mass murder 3 Post-war 3.1 Trial 4 Death 5 References
Robert Karl Ludwig Mulka (* 12. April 1895 in Hamburg; † 26. April 1969 ebenda) war ein deutscher SS-Hauptsturmführer und hat als Adjutant des Lagerkommandanten Rudolf Höß maßgeblich an der Ermordung von Menschen im KZ Auschwitz mitgewirkt. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 1.1 Zweiter Weltkrieg 1.2 Verhaftung und Verurteilung im 1. Auschwitzprozess
Mar 20, 2015 · January 14, 1966 See Original Daily Bulletin From This Date Advertisement Robert Mulka, the wartime assistant commandant of the Auschwitz concentration camp, who was sentenced last August to 14...
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Mulka was the son of a postal assistant. After attending the Volksschule and Realschule, he obtained his secondary school diploma in 1911 and subsequently became a business apprentice at an export agency. In August 1914, he signed up to serve in the First World War; he served in France, Russia and Turkey, eventually being promoted to second lieuten...
Following his application in September 1939, Mulka joined the Nazi Party in 1940 as member number 7848085. Unwilling to begin as a common soldier and work his way up through the ranks, he applied to be a commissioned officer and successfully joined the Waffen-SS as an SS-Obersturmführer. He worked briefly as company leader of a sapper unit, but was...
In 1945, Mulka set up his own company: Import/Export Agency Robert Mulka. In the spring of 1948, he was arrested and kept in custody because of his SS membership. He was prosecuted and convicted under denazificationproceedings, but was exonerated from his original one and a half year prison sentence. In 1960, an attorney from the Frankfurt Public P...Langbein, Hermann. (2004) People in Auschwitz. University of North Carolina Press. ISBN 978-0-8078-2816-8Wittmann, Rebecca. (2005) Beyond justice: the Auschwitz trial. Harvard University Press. ISBN 978-0-674-01694-1
Robert Mulka was born on April 12, 1895 in Hamburg, Germany. He died on April 26, 1969 in Hamburg, Germany. See full bio » Born: April 12, 1895 in Hamburg, Germany Died: April 26, 1969 (age 74) in Hamburg, Germany Known For Memorandum Self - Auschwitz Adjutant 1967 Hide all | | Edit Filmography Jump to: Self | Archive footage Hide Self (1 credit)
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Feb 21, 2017 · Robert Mulka. February 21, 2017 Auschwitz, Auschwitz concentration camp personnel, Holocaust, Nazi Eugenics Comments: 0. Robert Karl Ludwig Mulka ( Hamburg , December to April of 1895 – ibid , 26 of April of 1969 ) was a Hauptsturmführer ( captain ) of the SS , Assistant Rudolf Hoess , commandant of the extermination camp of Auschwitz and participant in the Holocaust during World War II .
The man who knew nothing about Auschwitz. Robert Mulka was born on the 12 April 1895 in Hamburg, Germany: the son of a postal employee. After completing Realschule and a year of army service he served an apprenticeship in a business firm. In August 1914 he volunteered for the army that fought in World War One, serving in France, Russia and Turkey, and he rose to the rank of lieutenant.