4/24/2014 In May of 2013, after several months of back-and-forth
correspondence during which various data about Herbert and Otto Steinschneider’s
wartime experiences were provided, historian Michel Jolland gave a presentation at Chevrières
(Isère) describing the extraordinary stories of the twins before, during, and
after World War II. Christiane Séguy was able to attend the event, while
Philippe (Phil) Steinschneider sent his best wishes. The Adobe Acrobat
version of the presentation can be found here.
From left: Michel Jolland, Christiane Séguy, Jean-Michel Rousset, and
Captain Hans at the camp of Chambaran
4/23/2014 Michel Jolland, an historian from the department of Isère
in France, recently shared his paper on Willi Münzenberg, the communist
political activist. Münzenberg’s path briefly crossed that of Herbert and Otto
Steinschneider while the twins were interred at the military camp of Chambaran.
The Adobe Acrobat document can be read
4/5/2014 Based on information provided to use from Assaf
Steinschneider, the death years of Leopoldine FISCHLOWITZ and her husband Max
STEINSCHNEIDER have been updated in the descendants of Rabbi Gabriel
Steinschneider outline report.
In September and October of 2009, the History Channel ran a series of shows
called Nostradamus Effect. Episode 4 was titled Nostradamus Effect: Hitler's Blood Oath
and featured a small segment on Hanussen. Although the series was a
little over-the-top, it contained interesting information nonetheless. A
clip covering the Hanussen component can be seen below. The entire series on
DVD can be ordered by clicking on the photo to the right of the video: