As Tatiana Peltzer has ceased to be a victim of Nazism (3 photos)

by hybridtechcar December 30, 2015 at 11:28 am

My favorite of all the actress Tatiana Peltzer, who played a great number of wonderful roles, lived quite difficult, but very interesting life, with one of the episodes where we will introduce this post.

tatiyana peltcer 01 As Tatiana Peltzer has ceased to be a victim of Nazism (3 photos)

Tatiana Peltzer was born in a family of famous Russian actor and director, Honored Artist of the Republic of Ivan Romanovich Peltzer. Yes, of German nationality, he was able to feel the real Russian spirit, to become a real Russian actor and convey all this to his daughter.

tatiyana peltcer 02 As Tatiana Peltzer has ceased to be a victim of Nazism (3 photos)

In the late 20’s Tatiana Peltzer met the German communist and philosopher Hans Teyblerom, who came to Moscow to study at the School of the Comintern. In 1927, she married him, and in 1930 the couple moved to Germany. There’s Tatiana at the request of her husband joined the Communist Party of Germany and got a typist in the Soviet trade mission. There’s a beer listening to the speeches of Hitler. Very soon her husband Pelzer, a member of the Comintern, the Communists, Hitler threw in a concentration camp, and Tatiana went to Russia.
Many years later, Olga Aroseva, Galina Volchek and Tatiana Peltzer, which was over 70, resting in Karlovy Vary. And the meeting Peltzer came to her ex-husband. They had not seen for many years, everyone has their own life, but he met, walked hand in hand, without parting, day or night.

tatiyana peltcer 03 As Tatiana Peltzer has ceased to be a victim of Nazism (3 photos)

And that’s where friendly company located under tents of summer cafe, Volchek, looking at this magical couple, said thoughtfully: “What kind of creature, this Hitler, what manner of love destroyed …”
To which the former member of the Communist International, a prisoner of the concentration camps, the victims of Nazism and husband Tatyana Pelttser Teybler Hans said: “Yes, of course, Hitler was a bad man, it a lot of sins, but our parting was not his fault. I have Tanya accidentally discovered in the pocket of her apron a love note from my best friend …”
Pause. Aroseva: “Tanya! So you go out, bl * qb, not a victim of Nazism ?!”

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