A reproduced stone urn stands in the south-west cemetery in Stahnsdorf.  A neo-Nazi was buried in Germany's largest Protestant cemetery in the immediate vicinity of the tomb of a Jewish scientist.  (Archive photo)

A neo-Nazi was buried in the south-west cemetery in Stahnsdorf near Berlin in the immediate vicinity of the grave of a Jewish scientist.

Stahnsdorf (Potsdam-Mittelmark) – Scandal in the Brandenburg cemetery: A Holocaust denier is in the evangelical southwest cemetery in Stahnsdorf, southwest of Berlin, of all things, was buried at the tomb of a Jewish musicologist.

A reproduced stone urn stands in the south-west cemetery in Stahnsdorf. A neo-Nazi was buried in Germany’s largest Protestant cemetery in the immediate vicinity of the tomb of a Jewish scientist. (Archive photo) © Ralf Hirschberger / dpa

The urn with the remains of Henry H. was buried on Friday in the presence of well-known neo-Nazis, revisionists and Holocaust deniers, such as the intelligence service “look to the right” reported.

Former RAF member Horst Mahler (85) is said to have been among the mourners. The 85-year-old was imprisoned from 2006 to 2020, among other things, for sedition.

In addition to the “star guest” of the funeral, photos of the “Research Network Berlin” other great scenes who took part in the funeral service in Brandenburg.

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In addition, the burial place of Henry H. can be seen in the pictures, where, among other things, a wreath with a black-white-red ribbon was laid.

On it are an iron cross and the inscription “The dead live forever glory”.

The gravestones of German soldiers who died in the war can be found in the south-west cemetery.  (Archive photo)

The gravestones of German soldiers who died in the war can also be found in the south-west cemetery. (Archive photo) © Robert Schlesinger / dpa

And something else can be seen in the photos: Henry H. was found in the immediate vicinity of the tomb of the Jewish musicologist Dr. Max Friedlaender (1852-1934) is buried.

Upon request from “B.Z.” A press officer of the Evangelical Church Berlin-Brandenburg-Silesian Upper Lusatia has now commented on the incident.

She confirmed the funeral, which had taken place without evangelical accompaniment. The decision not to refuse the burial was made on the principle that “everyone has the right to a final resting place”.

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The selection of the grave site in Germany’s largest Protestant cemetery, which includes the graves of famous painters, writers, entrepreneurs and actors, should therefore be checked again.

“The first request for a grave was rejected by the cemetery management, but the selection of the former Max Friedlaender grave was also a mistake. We are currently investigating this mistake,” the speaker continued.

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