Baldur being über sexah, Jawohl!

Baldur Benedikt von Schirach (May 9, 1907-forever.....ok August 8, 1974) is obviously the most handsome guy to ever walk the Earth; but some people fail to see that. Why that is I haven't the slightest. I mean look at him! LOOK AT HIM!!!!!#RRW#TEEYHRTR^U$ Baldur was the Reichsjugendführer from 1931 -1940 and then Gauleiter of Vienna from 1940-1945. He was married to the fail Henriette Hoffmann from 1932 until their divorce in 1950. During his marriage to the woman not worthy to be his wife they had four children together: A daughter, Angelika, born in 1933 and three sons: Klaus in 1935, Robert in 1938, and Richard in 1942. Baldur enjoyed writing poetry and songs. One of his songs is the epic "Vorwärts! Vorwärts!" which is the HJ theme song. After the war Baldur was put on trial along with various other glittery personalites and was sentenced to 20 years in prison. During his time in Spandau Prison, his epic fail of wife divorced him. She sucks. But he spent the majority of his time doing crossword puzzles, complaining, catching spiders in the prison

Baldur von Schirach



Gauleiter of Vienna



Henriette Hoffmann (1913-1992) AKA Fail 1932-1950 (divorced)


Angelika b. 1933 Klaus b. 1935 Robert (1938-early 1970s) Richard b. 1942


May 9, 1907 in Berlin, Kingdom of Prussia, German Empire


August 8, 1907 (age 67) in Kröv, West Germany

Political Party

NSDAP (1925-1945)

, singing "Lili Marleen" for hours on end, and annoying Albert Speer. When Baldur was released on September 30, 1966, he lived a quiet life in southern Germany, wrote his memoirs, "Ich glaubte am Hitler" and gave the occasional interview, always wearing his Nuremberg sunglasses. Sadly his son Robert was killed in car accident in the early 70s, which must have made him very sad; but I don't know much about that. Baldur himself died on August 8, 1974 in Kröv at the young age of 67. It was said that when he died, God himself personally came down from Heaven to take him up there and all governments in the world shut down for a month to mourn the death of Herr von Schirach. On his grave it says, "Ich war einer von euch." which translates to "I was one of you." That certainly ring true; for Baldur von Schirach was certainly one of us.