Johann Blankemeyer

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Johann (Jann) Hinrich Blankemeyer (born June 27, 1898 in Kirchkimmen near Hude (Oldenburg) ; † December 26, 1982 in Machtsum / Harsum ) was a German National Socialist politician .


Johann Blankemeyer was a farmer in Kirchkimmen, a district of Hude (Oldenburg). He was initially an active member of the German National Guard and Trutzbund . As a former partisan of the NSDAP , he was soon appointed one of its imperial speakers and appeared in the election campaign at mass events. So he led z. B. as early as 1924 in Aurich anti-Semitic speeches at National Socialist meetings and rallies.

Furthermore, Blankemeyer was Gau inspector of the NSDAP in Gau Hannover-Süd and for the NSDAP also a member of the Reichstag in the 6th and 7th electoral periods of the Weimar Republic . On his travels through the province, he gave lectures to local groups of the party on the "3,000-year struggle of the Jews for world domination".

Web links


  1. Uwe Lohalm: Völkischer Radikalismus: The history of the Deutschvölkischer Schutz- und Trutz-Bund. 1919-1923 . Leibniz-Verlag, Hamburg 1970, p. 326. ISBN 3-87473-000-X .
  2. ^ Historical handbook (PDF; 174 kB) of the Jewish communities in Lower Saxony and Bremen, 2005
  3. ^ New Deister Newspaper. July 31, 1940, accessed November 28, 2016 .