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What Germany needs more than anything is racially valuable stock. She would be given a series of medical tests, along with a thorough investigation of her background.
It was essential that she had no Jewish blood. Once given the all-clear, she would be able to select a breeding partner from a group of SS officers. Aware that her parents would disapprove, she told them she was undertaking a residential course in National Socialism. There were forty other girls in residence and all were living under assumed names.
There were common rooms for sports and games, a library, music room and even a cinema. They would be brought up in special institutions that would instil an absolute loyalty to the Nazi ideal. Trutz liked what she saw. The girls were not told the names of any of the men: anonymity was a key principle of the Lebensborn programme. On the other evenings, he had to sleep with other girls at the castle. Trutz never saw him again. Nor, for that matter, did she see the father.
Like so many Lebensborn babies, he almost certainly found himself ostracized in post-war Germany, his birth and upbringing a stigma that could never be completely expunged. Many were adopted after the war, by which time the records of their birth had been destroyed.
To this day the majority have never been able to discover the terrible truth about their conception and birth. Hildegard Trutz had been a loyal supporter of the Nazis ever since Hitler came to power. Trutz quickly became a figurehead of her local organization, in part because of her Germanic blonde hair and blue eyes.
Inwhen she was eighteen, Trutz finished her schooling and was at a loss as to what to do next. Trutz was unaware of the state-sponsored programme known as Lebensborn. The BDM leader explained to her exactly how Lebensborn worked.
Trutz listened with growing enthusiasm. She was escorted to an old castle in Bavaria, near the Tegernsee. The castle itself was the height of luxury. The professor also warned the girls that they would have to a document renouncing all claims to any children they produced, as they were to be the property of the state. After their initiation, Trutz and the other girls were introduced to the SS men who were to be their breeding partners.
The officer slept with Trutz for three evenings in that first week. Trutz fell pregnant almost immediately and was moved into a maternity home for the next nine months. She weaned her baby son for two weeks and then he was removed from her side and taken to a special SS home where he was to be brought up as a loyal servant of the Nazi state. In the years that followed she was tempted to breed more children, but she eventually fell in love with a young officer and they got married.
Trutz never discovered what became of her child and his eventual fate remains a mystery. It is estimated that some 20, babies were bred during the twelve years of the Third Reich, principally in Germany and Norway.
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