Walter PFITZINGER, alias CLERGYMAN: German. From a Mennonite religious background and an...

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Details of KV 2/3571
Reference:KV 2/3571
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Walter PFITZINGER, alias CLERGYMAN: German. From a Mennonite religious background and an Alsace-Lorraine separatist political one, PFITZINGER refused military service in France, fled to Germany, joined Abteilung IV of the Gestapo in Brussels and was decorated twice; meanwhile his Belgian-born wife and family were living as refugees in England. After the war he fled to Switzerland and was condemned to death in his absence by a Belgian court

Note: With photograph
Date: 1940 Dec 31 - 1950 Aug 03
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department PF 56344
Legal status: Public Record
Access conditions: Retained Until 2011
Record opening date: 26 August 2011

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