Talk:Nina Schenk Gräfin von Stauffenberg

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This "sentence"[edit]

  • "After an odyssey through different concentration camps as a Special Prisoner (such as e.g. the son of Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov as well as the industrialist Fritz Thyssen)."

This is an incomplete sentence. Can anybody assist? JackofOz 08:14, 4 April 2006 (UTC)

Dear JackofOz, this sentence belongs to the part of the article about her displacement to South Tyrol. It means that she also was a Special prisoner, according to Molotov or Thyssen. Before being sent to South Tyrol, she did this odyssey through various concentration camps. Just look at the German Wikipedia, there it is described quite more clearly. - Eva-

Thank you, Eva. Unfortunately I know only a few words and phrases of German. Are you saying that Molotov and Thyssen were the sources of the information that she was a Special Prisoner? That could be put as a footnote. OK, what we now have is: "After an odyssey through different concentration camps as a Special Prisoner {1]". What happened after? This is not a grammatical sentence. It needs more information. Sorry. JackofOz 12:29, 5 April 2006 (UTC)


It would sure be interesting to see any photos of Nina von Stauffenberg. A photo adds a new dimension to a bio when one can more readily picture the subject. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 01:39, 6 January 2009 (UTC)


I too would like to know if there is an autobiography on Nina Stauffenburg and her children.Pictures would be great and the fact that she lived to be 92 is interesting!murmurmur (moved here from above by --CSvBibra (talk) 15:41, 12 June 2009 (UTC))

Her daughter wrote a biography in German which was recently published. There are English language books on her husband which touch on her.--CSvBibra (talk) 15:41, 12 June 2009 (UTC)

Request for clarification / further details[edit]

The linked article on Sippenhaft asserts that Count von Stauffenberg's entire family was singled out by Himmler for execution. Yet it seems that none of them were - which is surprising in the extreme. Could we have some further explanation?

Also, the Sippenhaft article says that Nina was sent to Ravensbrueck, but this is not mentioned here.

SelectSplat (talk) 01:17, 16 July 2009 (UTC)