Lina Heydrich

In Prague, the day before the attack that led to his death, [[Reinhard Heydrich]] and wife Lina attend a concert of [[Richard Bruno Heydrich]]'s music in the [[Waldstein Palace]], 26 May 1942. Lina Mathilde Manninen (née von Osten, formerly Heydrich; 14 June 1911 – 14 August 1985) was the wife of Reinhard Heydrich, head of the Reich Security Main Office and a central figure in Nazi Germany. The daughter of a minor German aristocrat (he worked as a village schoolteacher), she joined the Nazi Party in 1929 and met Reinhard Heydrich in December 1930. The two wed on 26 December 1931 and had four children. She published a memoir in 1976. She spoke with several authors, wrote letters of correction to many newspapers, and defended the reputation of her first husband (Heydrich) until her death at age 74 in August 1985 in Fehmarn. Provided by Wikipedia
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