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Forside 1738 Hamburg, trial against Veit Harlan March 1949. Ferdinand Marian's widow as a witness in the Harlan trial The widow of the well-known German film actor Ferdinand Marian, who played the title role in the film "Jud Süss", appeared today as a witness in the Harlan trial. In her statements, she exonerated the defendant Veit Harlan, who "like her husband was forced to make this film by Goebbels". Our picture shows Ms. Maria Marian with Veit Harlan during a break in negotiations. 16-3-49 [date of issue] 2965-49. Collection: German Federal Archives. Public Domain. (CC BY-SA 3.0 DE).

Hamburg, trial against Veit Harlan March 1949. Ferdinand Marian’s widow as a witness in the Harlan trial The widow of the well-known German film actor Ferdinand Marian, who played the title role in the film “Jud Süss”, appeared today as a witness in the Harlan trial. In her statements, she exonerated the defendant Veit Harlan, who “like her husband was forced to make this film by Goebbels”. Our picture shows Ms. Maria Marian with Veit Harlan during a break in negotiations. 16-3-49 [date of issue] 2965-49. Collection: German Federal Archives. Public Domain. (CC BY-SA 3.0 DE).

The execution of Joseph Süß Oppenheimer on February 4th, 1738 in front of the Stuttgart city gates. "True illustration of the execution carried out on the Jew Joseph Suss Oppenheimer, born in the Palatinate, in the year 1738, February 4th, such as those carried out for frolocking the printed subjects outside Stuttgart, and he on the iron gallows, in an iron 6-shoe high Käffich has been woken up." Romanus Heid, excudit Augusta Vindelicorum [Print: Romanus Heid, Augsburg] Kupferstich by Lucas Conrad Pfandzelt (1716-1786), German painter, copyist, restorer, collector and businesman, and Jacob Gottlieb Thelot (1708-1760), German printmaker, engraver. Collection: Württembergische Landesbibliothek Stuttgart, graphic collections. Puvlic Domain.

Hamburg, trial against Veit Harlan March 1949. Ferdinand Marian’s widow as a witness in the Harlan trial The widow of the well-known German film actor Ferdinand Marian, who played the title role in the film “Jud Süss”, appeared today as a witness in the Harlan trial. In her statements, she exonerated the defendant Veit Harlan, who “like her husband was forced to make this film by Goebbels”. Our picture shows Ms. Maria Marian with Veit Harlan during a break in negotiations. 16-3-49 [date of issue] 2965-49. Collection: German Federal Archives. Public Domain. (CC BY-SA 3.0 DE). Source: Wikimedia Commons.

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