FABER, Carl Heinz. German agent classified B. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Living in Alaurin el Grande, Malaga.
FABER, Walter. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FABIAN, Magret. Agent classified IV-B in OSS records. In charge of archives of DAF, Madrid. Address: Argensola 24, Madrid.
FABIAN, Paul. German agent classified B. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. German Embassy.
FAETEG, Ludwig. Marine Marlin deportees categories A, B September 1946. First priority to be interrogated.
FALBE, Gerhard. Commander Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).
FALKENSTEIN, Ernst. German agent classified B. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Has lived in Murcia and Barcelona, calle Rosellon 439.
FALKENSTEIN, Sigismund von. Commander Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).
FALLER, Dr. Felix. German agent classified A. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. PO Box 424, Barcelona.
FALLEY, Friedrich . Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. Previously in Miranda concentration camp. DOB. Wanne-Eikel, 25 September, 1916.
FANGER. Lt. I-M, KO Spanien, Algeciras (named in STUBBS and BUGGE’s report on I-M Spain). Left for Norway in 1941.
FARNER, Edmund. From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: AEG. Electrical engineer. Address: Gral. Concha 18, 4o, Bilbao. Born Hamburg, 16 November 1905. Passport No 541-R231/37 issued Berlin. Member of DAF.
FAULBAUM, Willi. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FAULL, Pedro R. In US list of hardened nazis for repatriation. Address: Diputación 239, Barcelona. Managing director of Sedas Guterman S.A. Wife and three children in 1946. DAF and NSDAP member.
FAUPEL, Wilhelm. Generalleutnant. Born: 29 Oct 1873 in Lindenbusch, Liegnitz
Death alleged but not confirmed by documental evidence: 01 May 1945 in Berlin (Suicide)
From OSS / CIA records declassified under Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act:
To: Maurice HALPERIN, Chief , Latin America Division, Research and analysis Branch, IRIS
From: Stanley RUBINT, Latin America Division, Research and Analysis Branch, IRIS:
Subject: Report on the continued investigation of the Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut, Berlin
"Wilhelm Faupel. - Born 10 October 1873. Committed suicide 1 May 1945 near Babelsberg in the outskirts of Berlin. Military advisor to the Argentine Government from 1921-26. Inspector General of the Peruvian Army from 1926-1930. Organized and directed the Frewilliger Arbeitsdienst in Germany from 1931-33. Appointed director of the Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut and its affiliated societies on April of 1934.
Appointed charge d’affaires to the FRANCO Government in Salamanca, Spain, in November 1936 and a few months later elevated to the post of ambassador to FRANCO. Recalled from his post as ambassador towards the end of 1937 by HITLER, allegedy because he meddled in the military operations of the FRANCO army, at the request of FRANCO Returned to his former job in the Institut in April of 1938 against the desire of most of the staff members of the Institut. During his absence in Spain, his post in the Institut was given to a General REINECKE (deceased) who was much better liked by the staff than FAUPEL, but was pushed out upon FAUPEL’s return to Berlin by virtue of the pressure the latter brought to bear in high Nazi circles.
Statements by the Institut’s staff about FAUPEL,the man and his aims in directing the work of the Institut were very confusing. They presented the picture of a very ambitious man, guided by the ambitions and brains of a more ambitious wife, a patriot and a soldier above all and a passive anti-Nazi, admitting on the other hand his close friendship with Rudolf HESS, his contacts in high Nazi and Wehrmacht circles and his great admiration for FRANCO and the Falangist ideology.
FAUPEL joined the NSDAP in 1936 prior to his departure for Spain. In close partnership with his wife he directed the work of the Institut and its societies, paying very little attention to the scientific research being conducted by his staff and concentrating instead on political and propaganda activities. By virtue of his previous work in Latin America and Spain he knew personally most of the prominent political figures in those countries and he kept in constant touch with them, especially General MOSCARDO, a high ranking member of the Spanish General Staff, and Ernesto GIMENEZ CABALLERO, well known writer and one of the original founders of the Spanish Falange Party. All his conferences with his foreign guests were conducted behind closed doors, with only his wife and his general secretary present.
Records of these meetings were kept by his wife, who is alleged to have been the only person fully informed of all FAUPEL’s activities. FAUPEL’s secret records were never kept in the Institut building and his highly confidential correspondence was handled by his wife.*
The instructions of his office staff were never to open any of the incoming mail without his approval. The secret records, which were kept at FAUPEL’s home in Babelsbegg, were destroyed by his sister following instructions given her by FAUPEL before his death. In 1943, FAUPEL made a four week trip to Spain, accompanied by his wife, his general secretary von MERKATZ and one of his many secretaries Elisabeth SCHULER, who presumably is still in Spain. The purpose of this trip is reported to have been a purely personal one, which seems, however, rather unlikely since it included von MERKATZ.
* Early reports claimed all the documents of the Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut in Hamburg were destroyed during the Allied bombing: " None of the files of the German Foreign Office in the Marburg document center are under the titile from which it could be seen that it pertains to the correspondence of the Ibero-American Institute or Gen. FAUPEL. (...) Knowing that Mr. COLLINS of the American State Department has done an investigation of the Ibero-American Institute I asked him about the results of his investigation. He went to Hamburg but only found there the complete destroyed building of the Hamburg Ibero-American Institute"
(From Oss Report signed by Jonas STEIGMANN, 31 September 1945 in OSS Washington Secret Intelligence Records › ... Washington Office, Special Funds Division Finance, Intelligence › WASH-SPDF-INT-1: Documents 2385-2430 ).
But the documents kept in Berlin were preserved, according the Stanley RUBINT report:
"The files and records of the Institut: The records of the Institut were found in a state of utter confusion. They had been moved into the cellars of the building in anticipation of the battle for Berlin. By the time of our arrival at the Institut, the remaining staff had managed to move about 75% of the records back to the main floor of the building. After my return to Berlin from Nurnberg, I instructed the staff to move the remaining records out of the cellar and to put all the files in order. The records were in very good condition and showed an almost perfect continuity from the time of the Institut’s foundation until the end of the war, the only gaps being the correspondenoe files burnt by Frau SELMER on FAUPEL’s orders. With the limited amount of time at my disposal, it was only possible to spot check some of the files that appeared to contain information of prime interest. However; this only constituted about ten per cent of the total number of files. It would take from two to three months for one person to carefully examine and evaluate the contents of all the records at the Institut.
My investigation revealed the following documents, which seem to disprove the contention that the Institut was purely a scholarly and cultural organization:
1) A directive from FAUPEL instructin his staff to supply him with all the available military or naval information that could be of use to the German High Command.
2) A letter of recognition, addressed to FAUPEL, from the Auslandsdienst for information furnished them by the Institut. (note: the Auslandsdienst was a confidential government publication containing information obtained from foreign press clippings, the monitoring of foreign braodcasts and from private sources. It is interesting to note, that Peter BOCK claimed never to have heard of this publication.
3) An application blank for employment in the Institut, containing a claus whereby the future employee is required to swear not to reveal any information about the work done at the Institut and to.treat all such information as top secret (note: the personnel of the Institut allegedly never knew of such a clause, nor did they at any time make even a verbal secrecy pledge).
4) A letter indicating the existence of an Institut Vertrauensmann (confidence man or agent) in Paris during the German occupation of that city.
5). Covering letters to reports sent by the Foreign Office and the Auslands Organisation der NSDAP to the Institut discussing the political situation in Latin American countries and Spain. The actual reports could not be located in the files, and the staff believes that they were destroyed.
6). Ample evidence to show that the Institut gave financial aid and support to the members of the Spanish Blue Division in Berlin and in many cases paid for their education.
7). Documents showing the Institut’s participation in the recruiting of Spanish and Latin American laborers and doctors for work in German labor batallions and hospitals.
8). Reports on the activities of Spanish Republican exiles in Latin American countries, especially Mexico.
9) Considerable amount of correspondence regarding the missions of South American army officers to be sent to Germany to familiarized themselves with German military methods and to study at German military academies.
10) Correspondence between the Institut and organizations like the Deutsches Auslands Institut, Deutsche Akademie and Auslands Organisation der NSDAP revealing liaison on problems dealing with the banning of foreign publications considered harmful to the Garman government, checking of the political leanings of Latin American public servants and Germans living in South American countries, etc. These organizations also exchanged reports on foreign personalities visiting Germany with a view of exploiting them for propaganda. activities upon their return to their home countries.
11) A letter proving that Frau Edith FAUPEL supplied the Reichssicherheitshauptamt (RSHA) with information on Latin Americans and Spaniards residing or visiting in Germany.
12) Evidence that FAUPEL and the Institut were constantly being consulted the various German government agencies, including the Foreign Office, Propaganda Ministry and Auslands Organisation der NSDAP, on practically all problems relating to Latin America and Spain and to nationals of these countries.
13) Documents showing that FAUPEL personally recommended personnel for employment by Hisma, the Spanish branch of the German Rowag firm. It is known from other sources that both Hisma and Rowag operated for the Abwher.
Frau SEUMER destroyed the following files on orders given by FAUPEL, shortly before the fall of Berlin (all the files listed covered only the period from the last part of 1944 until the capitulation): correspondence between the Institut and the Foreign Office, Ministry of Propaganda, Ministry of Education, Auslands Organisation der NSDAP): Vereinigung zwischenstaatlicher Verbande und Einrichtungel; financial reports to the Vereinigung zwischenstaatlicher Verbande und Einrichtungen, activities reports of the Institut, FAUPEL’s correspondence with General MOSCARDO and Ernesto GIMENEZ CABALLERO in Spain (considered to be of special importance by Frau SEUMER), FAUPEL’s diary of his trip to Spain in 1943, information on Spaniards in Germany and Germans in Spain and other miscellaneous documents.(...).
Inspite of the fact that the Institut and its allied societies appear on the surface to have concentrated on promoting Germany’s cultural relations with Latin America and Spain, there are several points brought out in this report which place it in the shady category of Nazi organizations that should be thouroughly investigated. Such action is necessary not only to establish the actual role played by the Institut in the German plan for cultural and political penetration of Spain and the Latin American countries, but also in order to contribute to the extrication of the complicated structure established by the Nazi party for a higly decentralized and specialized intelligence system on foreign countries."
Activities of FAUPEL and Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut in smuggling gold and assets from Spain to South America: See ARNOLD’s interrogation and MUÑOZ-VARGAS Y HERREROS DE TEJADA, Enrique card file.
FAUPEL, Edith. From OSS / CIA records declassified under Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act:
To: Maurice HALPERIN, Chief, Latin America Division, Research and analysis Branch, IRIS
From: Stanley RUBINT, Latin America Division, Research and Analysis Branch, IRIS
Subject: Report on the continued investigation of the Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut, Berlin
"Maiden name: FLEISCHAUER. Joined the NSDAP in 1936, at the same time FAUPEL did. Accompanied FAUPEL on all his missions and is considered by all sources to have been the brains and driving power behind all his ambitions and activities, Reported to have been grooming FAUPEL, in the last years, for his nomination to the post of ambassador to Argentina. She was disliked by the staff of the Institut because of her meddling in politics and the influence she excersized over FAUPEL to further her purely selfish aims. The staff attributed FAUPEL ’s removal from his Spanish post to her ambitious machinations.
Her job at the Institut: FAUPEL ’s right hand man and guiding spirit; charged with the handling of the problems of Latin American and Spanish students in Germany, the authorization of funds for their support and studies, the educational, moral and political guidance of the latter and in, in general, the handling of all problems presented to her by Latin Americans and Spaniards visiting or residing in Germany. Her main aim was, and for this she was directly responsible to the Ministry of Propaganda, to see to it that visiting students received a thorough National Socialist indoctrination to be used by the German government upon their return to their countries, and that only such persons were given scholarships to study in Germany, who had already shown a certain predisposition toward National Socialistic lines of action. She was also the Institut’s liaison with the Reichssicherheitshauptamt (RSHA) in Berlin."
FECHTER, Adolf, Dr. Classified I-C and III-C in OSS records. Germany army officer. Lecturer. Madrid.
FEDDERN, Rudolf. Repatriated on Highland Monarch 7 March, 1946. German seaman interned in Cartagena. According to British reports this individual was a crew member of a German boat responsible for sabotage operations. Brought to repatriation center under police escort. D-3 Official List. DOB. Kiel, 9 November, 1887.
FEHLEISEN, Fritz / Federico, alias KAUTSCHKE. German agent classified B. In Marine Perch file. Smuggling activities in Iberia Mercantil, formerly subsidiary of Sofindus. Attache at German Embassy, Madrid. Working for Fomento Comercial e Industrial, Avenida Jose Antonio 38, 3rd floor, Madrid.
Gold smuggling activities with German Embassy, Madrid. See his letter to consul ENGE, Madrid, dated 28 October 1942:
" To Consul Enge
The contents of the three dispatch-trunk listed in the courier’s pass consisted of gold amounting to several million Pesetas. In order to safeguard the great value involved as far as possible I was accocípanied by a guard both in Spain and in Portugal. The Portuguese guard was an agent who was interested in the sale of the gold in Portugal. We had arranged to meet at a place 3 kilometres off the frontier. The agent in question had under any circumstances to be prevented from guessing that the gold passed the frontier as official courier’s luggage; for reasons of secrecy I was therefore forced to remove the seal from the trunks after we had passed the Portuguese frontier. By these measures I succeeded in concealing from the agent that the gold had been brought over the frontier in the disguise of official courier’s luggage. I therefore submitted only my courier pass to the Embassy in Lisbon, as I could not go to the German Embassy with the agent in order to show the trunks to the authorities there.
Heil Hitler! /s/ Fritz Fehleisen."
FEHRING, Franz. Commander Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).
FELCHNER, Julius Ernst. DOB. 1/5/1905. Address in Germany, 1946: Bleichertstr. 43 (American zone).
FELSHNER / FELCHNER, Dieter. Repatriated from Bilbao.
FELSHNER / FELCHNER, Ute. Repatriated from Bilbao.
FELTMAN, Wilhelm. Gestapo agent and member NSDAP working for Banco Aleman Trasatlantico. Born Germany 29 March, 1899. Catholic. Commercial advisor to the German Embassy. Address: Breton de los Herreros 45, 4o, Madrid.
In contact with Carl von BERG.
FERRER From OSS record, dated 5 June 1946:
"Subject: Continued collaboration of Barcelona Police (...) , who in the past collaborated with AB-Landers in this city, are now assisting them in avoiding Allied control: FERRER: Police agent at present assigned to the Negociado de Extranjeros of the Jefatura Superior de Policia in Barcelona. This individual concerns himself principally with those AB-Landers who escaped from France to this country and who are now hiding in this city"
FESHNER / FELCHNER, Zeuri. Repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. DOB. Bremen, 2 November, 1909. Children: Franz Dieter, aged 12, and Kate, aged 2.
FESTERSEN, Johann. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FETTKOTER, Hermann. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FEUERRIEGEL, Bernhard / Burhard. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Agent classified IV-B in OSS records. Replaced Detlev EHLERS as head of the Hitler Youth Movement in Spain. Madrid.
FEUERSTACK, Rudolf August Julius. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 21/2/1898 in Halle Saale. Address in Germany, 1946: Promenadestr. 4, Auerbach a. d. Bergstr. (American zone).
FEYER, Werner. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. Employed at the San Pablo airfield, Sevilla.
FICKER, Rudolf. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FIDDIKOW, Hermann. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). Wolkischer Beobachter.
FIDRMUC, Paul Georg. German agent classified A. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Cooperated with G.I.S. Repatriated to Germany on 6 February 1946. Interrogated in Sttutgart between February and May 1946. British Reports and Nurnberg Interrogation Reports. Born June 28 1898 in Jaegendorf, Austria.
In 1915 he entered the army as a volunteer. After the war he studied at the University of Wien and the Welthandleshochschule. Worked from1921 for a export/import firm in Luebeck of which he became partner. In 1928 he stablished in own export firm in Hamburg. In the following years (1931-1939) he became the European representative for various English, German, French, etc., trade and industrial reviews. He acted as counsellor on commercial affairs to Czechoslovak Consulate in Hamburg until 1938. Early in 1940 he flew to Portugal as partner of firm G. Brucker Traus Ltda. In March 1945 he went to Barcelona leaving his family in Portugal.
Accounts and safes in Credit Suisse, Zurich (a private account he tried to transfer to Brucker Dolderwaldhaus, Zurich), Banco Pinto e Soto Mayor, Lisbon (the valuables here were gold, silver and a snuffbox belonging to Napoleon’s sister and a locked canvas bag containing possibly loot) and Credito Español, Barcelona (stamp collection valued 200.000 to 300.000 escudos).
He owned a business in Hamburg in his own name. In 1931(?) he joined up with an Austrian, Camille FRANK and later with a Spaniard called BRÜCKER. The company was called G. Brucker Traus Ltda, Lisbon, of which FIDRMUC owned 35%, FRANK, 25% and BRÜCKER, 40%. FIDRMUC and BRÜCKER and his brother in law, TRAUS also owned Les Fils d’Alfred Traus, Brussels.
The strange case of a merchandise called "sardines": On the 6 February 1946 there were still 3.016 cases of Portuguese sardines in Bilbao free port. They had been sold for 1.650.000 esc. by G. Brucker Traus to R. Engler & Co., Zurich in May 1944.
Address in Barcelona: Hotel Ritz.
FIEDLER, Kurz / Conrad Albert . From OSS Washington Secret Intelligence/Special Funds Records, 1942-1946. Documents 526-550: "The files of Attache Medalie contain the followlng information: Kurz FIEDLER of Barcelona was reported in December 1943 to have relieved G. PAUL TABOSCHAT as Abwehr Chief In Barcelona. Previously FIEDLER had been attached to the Abwehr in North Africa. Kurz FIEDLER is probably identical with Conrad Albert FIEDLER who became Leiter of Stelle Barcelona of K. O. Spanien in July 1943, having previously been in North Africa. Conrad Albert had trouble with his staff in January 1944 and was recalled to Germany. He is reported to have carried German passport A-466, issued in Paris on May 20, 1943. His passport is described in one report as diplomatic, giving him the status of consul. In 1943 Conrad Albert ’s address was Calle Balmes 183 Barcelona."
FIESSLER, Christoph. In Marine Perch file. Still in Spain in September 1946. Sofindus and high Party Official. Condecorated by FRANCO "Caballero de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas con Encomienda" (BOE, 11 Septiembre de 1940). Chief of NSDAP, Sevilla,
FILIOL / FILLIOL / FILLOL / , Jean Paul Robert, alias PHILIPPE, alias DENIS, alias Robert DESCHAMPS, alias Adriano ROSSI, alias Adriano GROSSO, alias Andre LAMY, nicknames: FIFI, LE TUEUR. Assasin and leader of La Cagoule. Born Bergerac 13 May 1909. Son of Louis FILIOL and Jeanne BEGOUT. He didn’t finish his studies at Lycee d’Anguleme. Worked as papermaker till 1935.
In Action Francaise from 1927 till 1935 as leader of 17th Cell of Fédération nationale des Camelots du Roi (16° arrondissement, district la Muette).,
Founder with Eugene DELONCLE and Aristide CORRE of the Parti National Rėvolutionnaire et Social (PNRS) in May, 1936, party forbidden by the French government a month later.
In July 1936, FILIOL founded with Eugene DELONCLE (alias MARIE), Aristide CORRE (alias DAGORE), Jacques CORREZE (alias LA BUCHE), Henri DELONCLE (alias GRASSET), Gabriel JEANTET (GABES), Francois METENIER, and Dr. MARTIN the terrorist group L’Organisation secrete d’action rėvolutionnaire nationale (L’OSARN) , known as La Cagoule, which receive money and arms from other fascist and nazi groups.
In the period 1935-1938 FILIOL committed the following crimes:
In February 1936 he attacked and tried to kill with Leon BLUM with a bayonet.
On January 26, 1937 FILIOL stabbed to death Dimitri NAVACHINE, director of Banque commerciale pour l’Europe du Nord.
He take part in the murder of the Italian anti-fascists Carlo and Sabatino (Nello) ROSSELLI in June 1937. This murder was ordered by MUSSOLINI.
FILIOL and Marcel GOMBERT killed Leon JEAN-BAPTISTE (October, 1936) and Maurice JUIF (February, 1937), two crooks and arms sugglers accused of stealing La Cagoule’s money.
In 1937, before the process against La Cagoule begun and many cagoulards were apprehended, he fled to Spain evading justice.
He returned to France in 1941 (?)., joined the MSR de DELONCLE, but tried a putsch against him in May 1942. P. LAVAL ordered his internment in novembre 1942 at Saint-Paul-d’Eyjaux (Haute-Vienne) camp, but in the spring 1944 he was liberated by Joseph DARNAND, cagoulard, founder and leader of the paramilitary force Milice française.
DARNAND assigned FILIOL as head of the Deuxième service of the Milice, a sort of Gestapo of the Milice, in Limousin. The Deuxième service was responsible of torture and murder of hundreds of Resistance members and acted as a paramilitary intelligence service of the Waffen SS and Gestapo.
The 20th August 1944 the militia of the Direction des RS run away from Vichy and escaped to Germany. FILIOL is put in charge of the Militia in Wiesbaden:" SOMMER claims that the 15,000 Frenchmen in Germany did not comprise 10% of the Fascist-minded open collaborationist still living in France. It would have been an easy matter to undertake reorganization with a receptive body of such magnitude, especially since countless other French people were not too enthusiastic over losing their homes and other possessions as their price of liberation. In Germany it was decided to send agents back to France via Italy, through Innsbruck, Verona and Milan, instead through Alsace-Lorraine, thereby reducing the chances of apprehension. The Amt VI offices in Milan, Turin and San Remo were instructed to look out for these agents and assist them in every way possible. SOMMER met some of them in September 1944 and April 1945.
The Milice, possessing the most capable men of all collaborationist groups, had an agency in Wiesbaden under the leadership of two former French officers, DEGANS and FILIOL, who selected prospectives candidates and instructed them in future work. Both DEGANS and FILIOL had formerly acted as liaison officers with Amt VI. Another office of the Milice was established in Milan under KNIPPING." (See SOMMER, Hans, French Collaborationist now in Italy).
The technical organization of this agency is directed by BICKLER and SKORZENY and run by FILIOL , alias DENIS. The training camps were in Wald, near Hartschluitz, Hausen, Krauchenwiess and Wiesbaden
French court convicted him to death in absentia in 1948. He was living in Spain, in San Sebastian, with cover name of Andre LAMY.
Married Alice LAMY.
FINAT Y ESCRIVA DE ROMANI, Jose, conde de MAYALDE. Born Madrid, Feb. 11, 1904. Died Madrid, May 30, 1995. Artillery commander. Falangist. Personal secretary to SERRANO SUÑER during Spanish Civil War. Named by FRANCO as Director General de Seguridad in 24 September, 1939 (SERRANO SUÑER was then Ministro de la Gobernación).
SERRANO SUÑER and MAYALDE were then the most powerful Security Police authorities who asked HIMMLER a direct collaboration with the Gestapo. He was Director until 10 May 1941. Between July 1941 (proposed by SERRANO SUÑER, Ministro de Asuntos Exteriores) and October 1942 MAYALDE was the Spanish Ambassador in Berlin.
His last task as DGS was to sign a general order, dated 5 May 1941, to all Gobernadores Civiles asking to elaborate a census of all jews in Spain (Spanish or not, refugees or living permanently in Spain) in order to assist HIMMLER to eliminate them. " ...[envíen a la central informes individuales de] los israelitas nacionales y extranjeros afincados en esa provincia (...) indicando su filiación personal y político-social, medios de vida, actividades comerciales, situación actual, grado de peligrosidad y conceptuación policial ... Las personas objeto de la medida que le encomiendo han de ser principalmente aquellas de origen español designadas con el nombre de sefardíes, puesto que por su adaptación al ambiente y similitud con nuestro temperamento poseen mayores garantías de ocultar su origen y hasta pasar desapercibidas sin posibilidad alguna de coartar el alcance de fáciles manejos perturbadores."
See also, HAMMES, WINZER, LANG card files
FINK, Max Hermann Julius. GIS. DOB. Sept. 15, 1899 in Strassburg (Alsace). Son of Maximilian FINK and Wilhemine FINK-SALM. In Nazi Party from 1933. In China 1937/38 as a professsor in mechanical ingeniery. In Germany 1938-1940. In 1940 worked for the firm Wirtschaftliche Forschungsgesellschaft, Berlin as a scientific member of the Eng. staff. (oil and gasoline plants in Rumania, Netherlands, France, Czechoslovakia).
1941: He entered the military unit Mineralölstammabteilung for the Unternehmen Seelöwe (See Operation Sea Lion). 1942, in Russian front. In 1944 in Turkey. Sept. 1944 Internment in Turkey and repatriation to Germany.
FINCK, Theodor . Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 10/ 7/1923 in Riga. Address in Germany, 1946: Distelhausen/ Lauda ueber Wurzburg (American zone).
FINDEISEN, Heinrich. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FINGADO (alias) . Abwehr in Spain.
FINK, Franz. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FINKE, Heinrich. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FINKENWIRTH, Rudolf. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).
FIRSTER. Agent classified IV-B in OSS records. Sub-director of German Tourist Agency, Madrid. Born about 1900.
FISCH, Klaus. German agent classified B. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain.Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 23/6/1893 in Sehlen bei Trier. Address in Germany, 1946: Wirtelstr. 22, Dueren/Rhld. (British zone). Address in Spain: Villa de Loose, calle Infante don Juan 20, San Sebastian.
FISHER. Agent classified II-B in OSS records. W/T operator. Algeciras.
FISCHER, Adolf. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. Mechanic. Sociedad Española de Electricidad, Brown-Boveri. Madrid.
FISHER, Erich. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FISCHER, Gerhard. Military pharmacist. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).
FISCHER, Johann Otto. Repatriated on Highland Monarch 7 March, 1946. . German Consulate Employee, Barcelona . E-124 Official List. DOB. Reichenbach, 23 December, 1916.
FISHER, Kurt. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FISHER, Oskar. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FISCHER, Otto. Repatriated on Highland Monarch 7 March, 1946. In hospital and not interrogated. Member of Airforce Communication Corps. Worked under orders of Kurt van VEERSEN. Also employee of Lufthansa. On Official List: A-133. Wife, Gertrude, daughter, Eike. DOB. Emden, 15 December, 1904.
FISHER, Paul. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FISCHER, Werner Johannes / Johannes Werner. Repatriated on Highland Monarch 7 March, 1946. German Embassy employee. Listed A-134. DOB. Dresden, 29 February, 1916.
FISHER, Wilhelm. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FIX, Robert. NSDAP. In German Embassy since 1939. Address given: Jovellanos 7, Madrid (Edelweiss restaurant, see ROTHFRITZ)
FIZ, Albert. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FIZIA. O/Lt. I-M, KO Spanien, Ceuta and Tangier (named in STUBBS and BUGGE’s report on I-M Spain).
FLAMME WEISEL, Guillermo. German agent classified C. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Address: Via Layetana 15, Barcelona. Representative of German firms, including Chemische Industrielle G.M.b.H of Hamburg.
FLASSIG, Karl. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FLATH, Johannes. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FLECK. Leader of Kraft durch Freude , KdF in Barcelona1940.
FLEISHMANN, Augusto. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FLEISCHNER Julius Ernst. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 1/5/1905 in Duisburg Rhld.
FLEITER GRUWE, Otto. German agent classified B. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Address: Foulgorolas 42 or 43, Barcelona.
FLICK / FICK, Ferdinand Harald / Harold F.L. German agent classified A. Repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. DOB. Kirn... A-744. FICK. Consul in Las Palmas.Agent I-M, KO Spanien, Canaries, Las Palmas (named in STUBBS and BUGGE’s report on I-M Spain). Founder of Group Flick in Canarias (Mercedes Benz). Decorated by FRANCO with the Cruz de Caballero de la Orden de Isabel la Católica. Attached to German Embassy, Madrid till 1958. In 1958 appointed Honorary Consul of BRD in las Palmas. Died in 1997.
FLIEGER, Friedrich. German agent classified A and C. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Representative of German firms dealing in surgical supplies. Address: calle San Elias 19, 4th floor, Barcelona and Muntaner 359, Barcelona.
FLIGG, Emil. Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. Previously in Miranda concentration camp. DOB. Steinberg, 15 January, 1920.
FLOHR, Gustav. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. Mechanic at Fabrica de Cervezas de la Cruz del Campo, Andalucia.
FLUHRER, Pablo. German agent classified C. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Commercial agent representing several German firms. Address: Marques de Cubas 25-27 and Ibiza 6, Madrid.
FLUM, Martin. Labor Front liaison. Member NSDAP working for Banco Aleman Trasatlantico.
FOCK, Gustav / Gustavo / Gustave German consul in Sevilla. Married Margarita EICKHOFF. Abwehr agent connected to IM KdM.
FOCK-BIELEMBERG, Gustave. General. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Attached to German Embassy, Madrid. Born about 1885. Address: Calle Fernandez de la Hoz 68, Madrid.
FOERSCHLER ENTEMANN, Pablo / Paul . German agent classified B and C in OSS records. German agent. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Connected with SCHWENZNER. Director of Fortis S.A. Address: Alcantara 5, Madrid.
FOERSCHLER ENTEMANN, Maximo. Agent classified I-B and II-B in OSS records. German soldier. Engineer. Married to Spaniard. Lived in Madrid for 20 years. Called up in 1943. Crossed into Spain from France August 1944. Born about 1905. Address: Francisco Silvela 5, Madrid.
FOERSTER, Federico. German agent classified C. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Commercial agent. Address: Consejo de Ciento 355, Barcelona.
FOLLMANN, Johann. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FOLMER, Andreas, alias PAT, alias Albert RICHIR. Sonderfuehrer Abwehr IIIF (counter espionage France). V-man infiltrated in Reseau Hector.
From OSS records: GABISON acted of behalf of one FOLMER. "FOLMER, who used many aliases is well known to us as a German agent. Among other activities, he was connected with the purchasing service of the SS and he also was reported to be chief of the recruiting bureau for German agents in Paris. He also was concerned with the payment of German agents in Spain. GABISON was one of his men here and one of his duties was to obtain peseta exchange here through the sale of goods brought in France, the proceeds presumably to be used for the purchase of Spanish products and to finance German agents in Spain. As an example (from a letter addressed by the British Embassy at Madrid to the British Consulate at San Sebastian on 14 March 1944 regarding GABISON), we know that PAT (an alias of FOLMER) came once a month to San Sebastian from Paris carrying a diplomatic bag with funds to pay special agents in Spain.
FORENS, Pablo. Spanish agent for Abwehr (General Records Pertaining to External Assets Investigations, compiled 1948 - 1950, documenting the period 1939 - 1950. Series: Repatriates: Spain - General (June 1946- September 1947) )
FORNOZA NIETO, Jose. Information of OSS, Art Unit, dated 20 August, 1945, Individuals involved in suspicious Art activities, Iberian Peninsula: "Jose FORNOZA NIETO is probably the most important art dealer in Spain today. He stays at Calle Alcalá No. 145, entresuelo, Centro, Madrid, where he has over one thousand pictures painted by old masters and modern painters.In 1936 he had no means whatever; today his fortime is calculated at over three million Pesetas. Besides the pictures in Madrid, there are others at Barcelona, Bilbao, San Sebastian and Seville, where he has agents. His newly-acquired fortune is due to the purchases and sales he transacted in Madrid during the Civil War. Then he bought jewels, pictures, furs, etc. etc. without being too particular as to their origin.
Although the police have visited his house on several occasions, they have never been able to find anything there which would compromise him. They have, however, suspected him of buying articles which had been stolen.
During the years 1940 and 1941. FORNOZA sold a number of paintings and porcelain to the German, Chilean and Peruvian Ambassadors, but his best client has always been the Japanese Minister. It is calculated that the latter has bought from him well over two million Pesetas worth of porcelain, paintings and jewels.
An individual named PATON is one of his agents in Madrid."
FORSTER, Max. E. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Living in Gandia. Managing director of Frutal.
FORSTREUTER, Ludwig. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FORTHMANN LEIS, Heinz Robert Wilhelm. Agent IH West Abwehr AMT in Spain and Portugal. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Agent classified A and I-B in OSS records .Repatriated on Highland Monarch 7 March, 1946. On Embassy May 26, Expulsion List, B-123 Agents’ List and III Priority List. Brought to repatriation center under police escort. Internee No. 609506 in British Civilian Internment Camp No. 6, Neuengamme (Hamburg).
Report of Interrogation by OMGUS, External Assets Branch, dated May 31, 1946:
"The subject stated that he was born in 1903 at Essen, and that he had lived in the United states for 14 years (1925-1939), during which time he was employed by the N.V. Potash Export Company of Amsterdam, New York, an affiliate of the German-French potash syndicate N.V. Potash Export Maatschappij, Amsterdam. ? FORTHMANN’s most important position with the American firm was that of branch office manager at Norfolk, Virginia.
FORTHMANN returned to Germany in 1938 for what he described as "medical attention", and, so he averred, intended to return but was prohibited from doing so by the outbreak of war. The subject has the unused portion of a round-trip steamship ticket from the United states to Europe on deposit with the authorities at the internment camp. He said that he had never taken any steps toward becoming an American citizen, although professing, with display of sentiment, an eternal "love" for the United States. While securing "medical treatment" in the Fatherland, FORTHMANN was also able to make an honest dollar or two, to his way of thinking. Interrupting his visit in Germany for a while, he went out to India in 1939, returned in the fall of that year, and, so he claimed, tried to sail from Hamburg back to New York but could not leave. He added that he realized that he must then offer his services to Germany but that they were declined by the Military. During the following six years FORTHMANN engaged in most anything that would return a profit and traveled around Holland, Spain and Portugal drumming up business.
The subject said that he went first to Holland in October or November of 1939, where he established his own business under the style of Forthmann Handel-Suntenehmung at Amsterdam. In this endeavor FORTHMANN bought scarce foodstuffs and resold them at a profit.
As stated to the interrogators and declared on MGAX(1), FORTHMANN now has approximately Netherlands guilders 5,000 on deposit in an account in his name at the Continental Bank, Amsterdam. Along the line sometime (the exact dates are ambiguous) FORTHMANN made an investment in a fishing business in Petsoma, Finland, which firm waa known as Fiska Fish Company. The subject said that he had invested in this business with Viking Raederei, a Berlin firm, and some undisclosed British interests, and that his contribution amounted to approximately ,000 expressed in Sperrmark. The Finnish business was started in 1938 - (FORTHMANN was not clear as to the time of his participation) - and its capital was said to have been RM 600,000. The subject’s investment was, so he declared, in the form of a ten-year loan. Repayment plus interest were to go into his account with the Reichskredit Bank. This bank is supposed to own him about RM 60.000-70.000 presently, which amount was to be payable to FORTHMANN in any designated currenoy or quantities of cod-liver oil.
FORTHMANN left the Netherlands in 1940 before the German occupation and went to Portugal where he operated a short time for German interests in securing tin in exchange for sardines, he sought a residence visa for Portugal but was unable to get it. Failing to get residence in Portugal, FORTHMANN returned to Germany where he was able to get representation of German interests in Spain and to go there circa late 1941 or early 1942.
Although FORTHMANN emphatically denied Abwehr connections, his operations were of such a nature as to brand him as a definite German commercial representative in Spain.
Between the time of his first entry into Spain and his repatriation in March, 1946, the subject made frequent trips from and to Germany and Spain. He said that he operated almost wholly as a middleman in Spain in the purchase and sale of cocoa beans, sausage casings and gut for sutures, and scarce foodstuffs. Free-lancer that FORTHMANN was, he was probably not averse to picking up a piece-of-change in most any endeavor. He also said that at one time or another he represented the following in Spain:
Ernest HEUBACH, (electrical machines), Berlin-Tempelhof.
BERKEMEYER, (leather goods;, Berlin-Schoneberg.
SUCHINSKY, (file rejuvenation), Berlin-Stegletz
The subject readily admitted that he operated as a Black Marketeer in Spain, explaining that as a German business man he was expected to pay high prices in return for which he got high prices. In his operations FORTHMANN had the support of the German Government agencies Reichstelle fuer Gartenbau and Reichstelle fuer Tiere. Payment from them and any other German connection was generally accomplished through the German consuls in Spain. The subject told that most payments were made in Pesetas and that his deals did not figure into the Spanish-German Clearing. He added that his cocoa transactions were concluded in and around Avignon, Perpignan and at a sugar factory in Tangermunde.
The shipments of goods obtained by FORTHMANN for German purchasers was made to French. After the Allied landings in Europe, FORTHMANN was unable to deliver very much because of the bombing attacks.
In 1943 the subject was imprisoned in Barcelona and fined a large sum for an illegal currency transaction. As explained to the interrogators, FORTHMANN found that he could "do a piece of business" in the sale of cocoa if he would accept payment in Portuguese escudos in Barcelona. Feeling-out the black market rate of exchange of Pesetas for escudos, the subject agreed to sell for the latter. He accepted a check for escudos 200,000. This check was then given to one HODEL, Barcelona representative of the Accident and Casualty Insurance Company of Winterthur, Switzerland, for the black market peseta value. HODEL was apprehended by the Spanish authorities and confessed, involving FORTHMANN. Both were fined Pesetas 200,000 and given jail sentenees of four months.
FORTHMANN returned to Germany in late 1943, but made two or three trips to France in early 1944 to expedite the delivery of cocoa beans to Germany. On 15 September 1944 the subject flew to Spain to ship approximately 5.000 kilograms of catgut to Germany. This shipment had to come out in instalments, the Iast being made in January 1945.
Sifter the fall of Germany, FORTHMANN was able to secure the ship’s charter agency for the Northern Trade Company of Stockholm, Sweden, but had done only a small amount of business before his repatriation.
The subject said that he had made about Pesetas 100.000 while in Spain but that he had not netted much, explaining that his expenses had run very high.
FORTHMANN listed the following assets outside of Germany, which were also declared on MGAX(1) form:
Depository Currency Amount
Banco Aleman Transatlantico,Barcelona Ptas. 10,000
Banco Soto Major, Lisbon Esc. 6,000
Continental Bank, Amsterdam Glds. 5,000
Southern Bank, Norfolk, Virginia Dollars 1,500
In addition to the above, FORTHMANN added that he had a life insurance policy, the cash value of which he disclaimed knowledge, with the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York, and Potash Syndicate bonds of about British pound sterling principal amount of 1,700 on deposit with the Reichskredit Bank, Berlin.
Despite his activity in Spain over four years, and residence there after the German defeat, FORTHMANN claimed that he knew no details of the cloaking of German assets and emphatically denied that he had ever been approached to act as a safshaven.
In connection with Herbert VOGLER.
Address: Hotel Ritz, Barcelona and calle Valencia 279, Barcelona.
FORTHMANN, Luis Heinz. German agent classified B. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Barcelona.
FORTHWICK / FORWICK, Erich Karl Moritz. Repatriated on Highland Monarch 7 March, 1946. German School, San Sebastian. A-806 on Official List. Wife: Herta Ida, Children: Friedhlem and Paul Ernst. DOB. Hagen, 4 October, 1909.
FOTH, Ernst. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FRADRICH, Otto. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FRAHM, Friedrich. SS No 137244. Counsellor. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).
FRAISSINET, Johannes. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FRANCK, Hans Wilhelm. Marine Marlin deportees categories A, B September 1946 Repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. DOB. Luebeck, 19 November, 1907. B-126 and IV Priority List. First priority to be interrogated.
FRANK, Ludwig. Dr. Agent classified III-A in OSS records. Teacher of German at Munich Academy, Valladolid.
FRANKE, Klaus / Claus E. Member of Deutsche Treuhand AG and expert in the methods of BERNHARDT. It was said he was hanged right after crossing the French border but was it was wrong: he was still in Spain in September 1946. Another source claimed he was in Berlin in autumn 1946 and was interrogated by British.
FRANKE, Paul. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FRANKLE, Hermann. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FRANZ, Ernst. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FRANZ, Rudolf. German formerly employed as technician by the Spanish Government. Listed for departure on SS Marine Marlin, scheduled to leave the Port of Bilbao about Agust 31, 1946. A-140 and IV Priority List. DOB. Ohnastetten, 16 January, 1914.
FRANZBACH, Max alias PAGO. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Agent classified A and I-B in OSS records. Born September 20, 1907 in Kiel, Germany. Address: Calle Santo Tome 6, Madrid and Hermosilla 66, Madrid.
Mentioned as interned in Camp 76, Asperg on March 27, 1946. Interrogated between February and May 1946. British Reports.
Head of the Finance Department of the Abwehr. FRANZBACH said that official rate of exchange was 4.24 but the Embassy and the Abwehr got 4.87. He also said that from 1942 onwards the total monthly outgoings were approx. 2.500.000 subdivided as follows:
Y. Service 230.000 pts.
Naval Met. Trupp. 50.000
W.T. Operators (Sabine) 80.000
Department I 1.000.000
Department II 50.000
Department III 500.000
Wages and general expenses 700.000
Total approx. 2.500.000
All money was paid from O.K.W. through the Embassy. In September 1944 FRANZBACH went to Germany leaving as reserves 5-6 million in cash and an arrangement was made in Berlin that Sofindus would pay the Abwehr through the Embassy 16.000.000 marks. The money they had as reserve lasted until the middle of December and then the Abwehr started trying to get money from Sofindus. This was difficult and they managed to get a bit at a time (a total of 9-10 million only).
The only delivery of gold from February 1940 till the end was that collected by PFAU and ZIMMER and totalled 50 Kilos (5 bags).
FRANZBACH said that none of the businesses that were to have been set up by the Abwehr in fact amounted to anything... etc., etc."
FRAPPART, Hans Max. Agent in Spanish Morocco and Tangier, classified II-B. Chief mechanic at Iberia Air Line.
FRAULOB KRETSCHMENN, Karl. In US list of hardened nazis for repatriation. Address:Alameda Mazarredo 7 and Aguirre 22, Bilbao. Born at Gera/Thur, July 22, 1873. Engineer with Montana, S.A. Rabid Nazi. From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: Passport No. 500/39 issued Vigo 7.3.1939. Member of DAF.
FRECHOU, Paul. Deuxieme Bureau agent Present Address: Unknown. Born: 1918 1.74m oval face black hair beard Career: Member of the Cagoule. Fought in the war until the middle of 1940 and then became a Deuxieme Bureau.Officer in Nice. After the closing of the Deuxieme Bureau, he worked in the Milice Intelligence. Went to Germany end then to Italy and was arrested by Amt VI, but escaped to Spain through France in April 1945. Now working for the Spanish Intelligence Service.
Mise: Wife living in Tulle, France.
FRENTRUP, Margarete. Deported in Marine Perch 14 June 1946. Private secretary to the German Military Attaché, General DOERR. Worked closely with his assistant Oberst BRAUNE (still in Spain in 1946). Interrogated at Hamburg 39, Blumenstr. 25-29 July, 1946. She was in Spain since 1942. Fiancee in Portugal. Connected to KORTH, Captain LENZ of Abwehr and WINZER. Address in Germany Hamburg 39, Blumenstr. 25.
FRETAG, Emil. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FREUNDLICH, Martin. Repatriated on Highland Monarch 7 March, 1946. E-125 on Official List. DOB. Berlin, 15 June, 1905.
FREY, Gerhard. Repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. DOB. Huzenbach, 25 September, 1927.
FREZ. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FRICK, Paul. Repatriated on Highland Monarch 7 March, 1946. . German School, Madrid. A-147 on Official List. Wife: Teresa. DOB. Allmendingen, 29 April, 1896.
FRICKE, Enrique. German agent classified C. Working for I-M, KO Spanien, Cartagena (named in STUBBS and BUGGE’s report on I-M Spain). In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Shipping agent. Living in Muralla del Mar 89, Cartagena and other addresses in Spain.
FRIEDL, Karl von alias Kurt von MEZZA SILVA FOERSTER. German agent classified A. Expelled from Portugal for espionage. In Seville April 1945. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Repatriated from Spain by air (dates from January 29 to February 25, 1946). Po. No. 0756.
FRIEDMANN, Hans. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Attached to German Embassy, Madrid. Born about 1910.
FRIEDRICH, Bruno. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FRIEDRICH, Otto. Repatriated on Highland Monarch 7 March, 1946. Abwehr mechanic with Lufthansa. A-149 on Official List. DOB. Halle, 12 June, 1909.
FRIEDRICH, Wilhelm. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). Representative of firm Tobis S.A.
FRIES, Karl. Dr. Counsellor. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).
FRISCH, Edmund. Agent classified IV-B in OSS records. NSDAP official. Arrived in Madrid December, 1943 from Koln, Germany.
FRISCHKORN, Hans / Johann alias Juan FRIKO. German agent classified C. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. In US list of hardened nazis for repatriation. Address: Diego de Leon 39, Madrid and Hotel Nacional, Madrid. Born April 19, 1897 at Dusseldorf. Belgian wife Clemie Peters, and young daughter. Served in Condor Legion. Motor car sales agent. Represented Büssing NAG. Worked for SD.
FRITZ, Phillip. Repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. DOB. Mannheim, 23 May, 1908.
FRITESCHING/ FRITSCHING / FRITZSCHING, Kurt Guido. Listed twice: as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin and as repatriated from Bilbao, Spain in September 10 1946. . Marine Marlin deportees categories A, B September 1946. DOB. Wittgensdorff, 12 February, 1891. A-151 and IV Priority List. Wife: Lide. First priority to be interrogated.
FROHMUELLER. I-M, KO Spanien, Spanish Morocco, Tetuan (named in STUBBS and BUGGE’s report on I-M Spain).
FROMERL, Johann. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FROMM, Hans Peter. German agent classified B. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Interned at Caldas de Malavella, December 1944. Employed by A.E.G. Iberica. Address: Felix Pizcueta 8, Valencia.
FRURIEP, Erich. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FUCHS, Ewald. From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: Representative. R. Arias 8, Bilbao. Born Valencia, Spain on 18 October 1912. Passport No. 7730 issued Madrid on 20 February 1935.
FUCHS, Karl Hugo. Repatriated on Highland Monarch 7 March, 1946. Repatriation requested by American Embassy in List of May 26, 1945. German Embassy A-155 on Official List. Brought to repatriation center under police escort. DOB. Brotterode, 21 June, 1920.
FUCHS, Karl / Carlos Richter. Agent classified II-B in OSS records. Technician. Born December 30, 1899 in Munich. Naturalized Spa.niard. Address: Menendez Valdes 61, Madrid.
FUCHS, Paul Karl Reinhardt. Obst/Lt. German. Born 10 December 1899 in Plauen/Vogtland. Son of Carl Paul FUCHS and Anna Julie FUCHS nee LUFT. Wife: Annamaria FUCHS nee ADLER. Children: Eberhardt and Margot. Protestant. 1.76m, 170 lbs, medium build, oval face, brown hair. Occupation: Officer, Merchant. Address: Stuttgart (bombed ouit in 1943), Gut Schloditz bei Oelsmitz/Vogtland. Arrested 30 May 1945 in Hersfeld by 78 CIC Det. No identity documents. Date of arrival Camp 93: 20 June 1945. CPI Card 10748. Transferred to Camp 95, Zilgenheim, 14 December, 1945.
Discharged from Army in 1919 as Lt. After his discharge, went to Chile on business for his father. While in Chile he was a member of the Deutscher Klub. He returned to Germany in 1930, joined the NSDAP in 1934. He resigned his Party membership when he was commisioned O/Lt in the German Air Force. After four weeks with 3 Flak Regiment, he was transferred to Stuttgart for assignment in the Abwehr.
1937-1941 With Abwehr III for Wuerttemberg and Baden. Supervised security measures in war industries.
1941. In Bordeaux for five months with Abwehr III Wi.
1941-August 1944. Held position of Abwehr Neben Stellen Leiter at Biarritz, facilitated the movements of Abw. and KO agents in and out of Spain. Promoted to Obst/Lt.
August 1944 Fled to German Embassy, Madrid.
September 1944. Returned to Germany and placed under arrest until April 1945 on charges of desertion because of his flight to Spain.
A great number of Abwehr personalities passed through Biarritz into Spain during the time that FUCHS was in charge of the Nest. The following were identified by him as members of KO Spanien:
Korv/Kptn KELLER (IM in Spain until 1943)
Obst/Lt von WENKSTERN
FUCHS, Rudolf. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 3/2/1921. Address in Germany, 1946: Mauenheimerstr. 18, Koln a. Rh. (British zone).
FUCHS-MEDEN, Alfred Ewald. In US list of hardened nazis for repatriation. Address: Eduardo Dato 21, Madrid. Born October 18, 1912 at Valencia, Spain. Owner of the firm Ewald Fuchs-Meden. Had shares in wolfram mine Amparo.
FUDICKAR, Emil / Emilio Adolf ELSAS. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. Engineer. Barcelona.
FUEGGEMANN. I-M, KO Spanien, Tangier (named in STUBBS and BUGGE’s report on I-M Spain).
FUHR. SD Gestapo in Spain.
FUHRMAN, Rudolf. Lieut. Col. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. German army. Barcelona.
FUHRMANN, Paul. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FULDE, Ewald. Dr. Commander Physician. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).
FULDNER, Carl Albert Horst / Carlos. SS-Hauptmann, SD agent classified A. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Classified A 110. He arrived in Madrid at the end of 1944 for special duty with Amt VI. He was a former member of the Spanish Blue Division. Posed as businessman. Address: Modesto Lafuente 33, Madrid. He hid from Allies in Tarrasa, Barcelona. Involved in ratlines.
FUNCK JESIONEK, Bernhard. In US list of hardened nazis for repatriation. Address: Ávila. Born October 4, 1905 at Bermerhaven. Party member since 1933 and organizer of German propaganda in Ávila. (He was living in Ávila in 1965 with as representative of Tusa in Calle Eduardo Marquina 16, Tf. 1876)
FUNK, Otto. (Corporal). Repatriated on Highland Monarch 7 March, 1946. German Embassy employee, PLANKERT’s office. A-156 on Official List. DOB. Eislingen, 19 April, 1914.
FUNK, Walter. German agent classified A. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Whereabouts unknown in 1946. Believed to have Spanish papers.
FUNKE, Josef. In US list of hardened nazis for repatriation. Address: Pizarro 27, Valencia. Manager of Bayer, Valencia. NSDAP.
FURCH, Karl Fritz / Friedrich, alias FUENTE, alias FERRER. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Repatriated from Spain by air (dates from January 29 to February 25, 1946). Born on July 1, 1907 at Pforzheim, Baden. From 1926 to 1928 he worked as a traveling salesman. In 1928 he moved to Spain where he found work as a clerk. Soon afterwards he obtained employment with a Spanish fertilizer concern as sales manager. When the war broke he was drafted into de Abwehr.
1936 Spent six months studying in France; then returned to his old firm.
1936 Returned to Germany upon outbreak of civil war. Recalled by his Spanish firm after few months.
1937 Worked for Condor Legion through war, mainly at Burgos.
1939 Returned to Germany for a rest and then rejoined his firm in Madrid.
1939 (October) Working for Abwehr in Spain. Became leader of Nest San Sebastian and worked there until the end of the war.
1945, 2 Jun. Interned at Caldas de Malavella
1946, 2 Feb. Brought to Madrid and from there to Stuttgart. Interned at Hohen Asberg.
(Information from From: Nuernberg Interrogation Records › ... OCCPAC Interrogation Transcripts And Related Records: FURCH, Karl Fritz
Sonderfuehrer (Z). Stelle San Sebastian. KO Spanien. Acted directly under orders from Chief of KO Spanien, KLEYENSTUEBER, as of February 1945. Address: Villa Blanca, Ategorrieta, San Sebastian. Posed as Commercial (chemical goods) representative. Classified A112. Agent classified I-B in OSS records.
FURCHERT, Gergor. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).
FUSS, Fritz . Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. Previously in Miranda concentration camp. DOB. Hofingen, 20 December, 1926.
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