|In the Presence of Mine Enemies |
POD: c. 1940
|Type of Appearance:||Direct|
|Nationality:||Germany (born in Austria)|
|Date of Birth:||1918|
|Date of Death:||2010|
|Cause of Death:||Natural causes|
|Military Branch:||SS (Second World War)|
|Political Party:||Nazi Party|
|Political Office(s):||Führer of the Greater German Reich|
Haldweim died at the age of 91 after a series of illnesses and recuperations. He was an autocratic ruler, but nowhere to the extent of his predecessors, Hitler and Heinrich Himmler. His somewhat lighter touch inadvertently laid the foundation for his successor, Heinz Buckliger.
Haldweim is loosely based on the historical Kurt Waldheim (1918-2007), 4th Secretary General of the United Nations (1972-1981) and 9th President of Austria (1986-1992). Prior to his election to the presidency, evidence was brought to light that Waldheim was complicit in Nazi war crimes.
- Parallelism in In The Presence of Mine Enemies#Kurt Haldweim
- Ernst Kaltenbrunner, the third Führer in Worldwar.
- See, e.g., In the Presence of Mine Enemies, pg. 38.
- Ibid., pg. 50
- Ibid., pg. 72.
- See, e.g., pg. 262.
- Ibid., pgs. 79-82.
(In the Presence of Mine Enemies)
|Führer of the Greater German Reich