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Julius Dettmann (January 23, 1894 – July 25, 1945) was a German Schutzstaffel (SS) officer in the Sicherheitsdienst (Security Service; SD), known as the officer who had Anne Frank and her relatives and friends arrested and deported while they were hiding in the secret annex. Dettmann was also in charge of the execution of 15 resistance people, among them , an idol of the Dutch Resistance. The execution took place July 16, 1944, near Overveen.

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  • Julius Dettmann (Königsberg, Prusia; 23 de enero de 1894 - (Ámsterdam, Países Bajos, 25 de julio de 1945) fue un oficial alemán de las SS nazis perteneciente al Sicherheitsdienst o Servicio de Seguridad (SD) que tuvo participación en el Holocausto judío en los Países Bajos durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Dettman perteneció a las SS con el número de ficha 414.783 y al Partido Nazi como miembro número 722.240. Adscrito a la Sección IVB4 de la Gestapo, estuvo destacado en Ámsterdam, Países Bajos, durante la ocupación alemana a ese país. Fue ascendido a SS Obersturmführer (Teniente) el 9 de noviembre de 1942. El 4 de agosto de 1944, recibió la llamada telefónica que denunció el escondite de Ana Frank, sus padres y cuatro judíos más quienes se encontraban en la parte de atrás del número 263, de la calle Prinsengracht en Ámsterdam. De inmediato despachó una comisión al mando del SS Oberscharführer Karl Silberbauer, quienes allanaron la residencia y deportaron a los Frank y compañeros a campos de concentración. Después de finalizar la guerra, fue detenido en los Países Bajos y permaneció como prisionero de guerra, suicidándose el 25 de julio de 1945, antes de ser presentado a juicio. Nunca reveló quién había delatado a Ana Frank. Está enterrado en los Países Bajos. (es)
  • Julius Dettmann (January 23, 1894 – July 25, 1945) was a German Schutzstaffel (SS) officer in the Sicherheitsdienst (Security Service; SD), known as the officer who had Anne Frank and her relatives and friends arrested and deported while they were hiding in the secret annex. Dettmann was a member of the Nazi Party (NSDAP) and his Party number was 722,240. Thereafter, he joined the Schutzstaffel (SS); his SS number was 414,783. He was attached to Section IVB4 or the Gestapo, after having served in Poland and Russia. He was stationed in Amsterdam during the German occupation of the Netherlands and was promoted to SS-Obersturmführer (lieutenant) on November 9, 1942. On August 4, 1944, he received a phone call reporting that there were Jews hidden in the premises of 263 Prinsengracht in Amsterdam. The individuals in question were Anne Frank, her parents, sister, and four others. He immediately dispatched a squad led by SS-Oberscharführer (staff sergeant) Karl Silberbauer, telling Silberbauer that the call had come from "a reliable source". Silberbauer and his contingent of NSB plain-clothes officers raided the building and arrested the eight people in hiding who, after questioning at SD headquarters, were deported to the Westerbork transit camp and from there, to various labour and concentration camps. Dettmann was also in charge of the execution of 15 resistance people, among them , an idol of the Dutch Resistance. The execution took place July 16, 1944, near Overveen. After the war in Europe ended, Dettmann was arrested in the Netherlands and remained a prisoner of war. However, he took his own life in Amsterdam at the "Havenstraat prison", on July 25, 1945, at 4.00 AM, before being taken to court. He never revealed who betrayed those in the annex, and was probably never questioned about it; the query did not become a point of interest until long after Dettmann's suicide. He was buried July 31, 1945, at the "Noorder Begraafplaats" cemetery in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. On August 17, 1956, his remains were transferred to Ysselsteyn, the Netherlands. (en)
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  • Julius Dettmann (Königsberg, Prusia; 23 de enero de 1894 - (Ámsterdam, Países Bajos, 25 de julio de 1945) fue un oficial alemán de las SS nazis perteneciente al Sicherheitsdienst o Servicio de Seguridad (SD) que tuvo participación en el Holocausto judío en los Países Bajos durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Después de finalizar la guerra, fue detenido en los Países Bajos y permaneció como prisionero de guerra, suicidándose el 25 de julio de 1945, antes de ser presentado a juicio. Nunca reveló quién había delatado a Ana Frank. Está enterrado en los Países Bajos. (es)
  • Julius Dettmann (January 23, 1894 – July 25, 1945) was a German Schutzstaffel (SS) officer in the Sicherheitsdienst (Security Service; SD), known as the officer who had Anne Frank and her relatives and friends arrested and deported while they were hiding in the secret annex. Dettmann was also in charge of the execution of 15 resistance people, among them , an idol of the Dutch Resistance. The execution took place July 16, 1944, near Overveen. (en)
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