Talk:Karlfried Graf Dürckheim
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I just happened across this article and found it odd that it states that Durckheim was considered a "Mischling" under the Nuremberg Laws. Durckheim appears to have been, at most, 1/8th Jewish which would have been classified as "Deutschbluetig" under the Nuremberg Laws. Even so, the way the article is worded Durckheim may have even only been 1/16th Jewish. At any rate, Durckheim would not have been classified as a "Mischling." That being said, I'm unsure of how to change the article to reflect that fact without taking away from the story about him ending up being called to an assignment in Japan. --184.108.40.206 (talk) 17:24, 27 June 2013 (UTC)
- After reading the article on Mischling, it seems that "having only one Jewish grandparent" did make Dürckheim a Mischling of the second degree, according to the Mischling Test, therefore I am reverting to the original language with that additional qualification. Cmacauley (talk) 14:51, 30 June 2013 (UTC)
what me worry?
and began a period of training analysis with Leonhard Seif and Alfred Adler. so was written till today. sure adler was dead and in the orginal text it is written that he talk with someone that was a friend of adler. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Nachum (talk • contribs) 14:42, 17 July 2013 (UTC)