Gattineau was born in Bucharest, the son of Julius Gattineau, a German dentist who had established a practice in Romania. The young Gattineau was initially educated in Switzerland before being sent to high school in Munich, ultimately studying economics at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, completing his doctorate in 1929. He took a minor role in local politics, serving with the right-wing Bund Oberland in 1923. He married Dr. Wera Fritzsche, with whom he had five children, in 1929.

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  • Heinrich Gattineau (* 6. Januar 1905 in Bukarest; † 27. April 1985 in München) war ein deutscher Volkswirt, SA-Führer, Direktor der I.G. Farben und Beschuldigter während der Nürnberger Prozesse. (de)
  • Gattineau was born in Bucharest, the son of Julius Gattineau, a German dentist who had established a practice in Romania. The young Gattineau was initially educated in Switzerland before being sent to high school in Munich, ultimately studying economics at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, completing his doctorate in 1929. He took a minor role in local politics, serving with the right-wing Bund Oberland in 1923. He married Dr. Wera Fritzsche, with whom he had five children, in 1929. (en)
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  • Head of IG Farben Department of Economic Policy (en)
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  • Gattineau after his arrest by the U.S. Army
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  • War crimes in the IG Farben Trial
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  • Acquitted
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  • Wera Fritzsche
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  • German economist (en)
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  • Heinrich Gattineau (* 6. Januar 1905 in Bukarest; † 27. April 1985 in München) war ein deutscher Volkswirt, SA-Führer, Direktor der I.G. Farben und Beschuldigter während der Nürnberger Prozesse. (de)
  • Gattineau was born in Bucharest, the son of Julius Gattineau, a German dentist who had established a practice in Romania. The young Gattineau was initially educated in Switzerland before being sent to high school in Munich, ultimately studying economics at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, completing his doctorate in 1929. He took a minor role in local politics, serving with the right-wing Bund Oberland in 1923. He married Dr. Wera Fritzsche, with whom he had five children, in 1929. (en)
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