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Till Topf

Till Topf, Actor: Diese Drombuschs. Till Topf was born on June 3, in Berlin, Germany. He is an actor, known for Diese Drombuschs (), Die Geschwister. Till Topf ist ein deutscher Schauspieler und Synchronsprecher. Topf wurde insbesondere in den er und er Jahren durch einige TV-Produktionen als Darsteller einem breiten Publikum bekannt. Seinen Durchbruch als Schauspieler hatte er in der. Biografie und Filmografie: Till Topf ist ein deutscher Schauspieler und Synchronsprecher. Er war in den er und er Jahren als Fernsehschauspieler.

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Till Topf ist ein deutscher Schauspieler und Synchronsprecher. Topf wurde insbesondere in den er und er Jahren durch einige TV-Produktionen als Darsteller einem breiten Publikum bekannt. Seinen Durchbruch als Schauspieler hatte er in der. Till Topf (* 3. Juni in Berlin-Charlottenburg) ist ein deutscher Schauspieler und Synchronsprecher. Topf wurde insbesondere in den er und er. Till Topf, Actor: Diese Drombuschs. Till Topf was born on June 3, in Berlin, Germany. He is an actor, known for Diese Drombuschs (), Die Geschwister. Till Topf - Alle Bilder, Filme, TV Serien und Fakten finden Sie hier zum Star auf TV Spielfilm. Jetzt hier informieren! Biografie und Filmografie: Till Topf ist ein deutscher Schauspieler und Synchronsprecher. Er war in den er und er Jahren als Fernsehschauspieler. Serien und Filme mit Till Topf: alphateam · Derrick · Wildbach · Ein Bayer auf Rügen · Balko · Ein Fall für zwei · Diese Drombuschs · Die Geschwister . Till Topf. Name:Till Topf. Geboren am SternzeichenZwillinge - Geburtsort:Berlin. FELTAS TIME ATLAS.

Till Topf

Till Topf, Actor: Diese Drombuschs. Till Topf was born on June 3, in Berlin, Germany. He is an actor, known for Diese Drombuschs (), Die Geschwister. Biografie und Filmografie: Till Topf ist ein deutscher Schauspieler und Synchronsprecher. Er war in den er und er Jahren als Fernsehschauspieler. A | B | C | D | E | F | G| H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O| P | Q| R | S| T| U | V | W| X | Y | Z | STARTSEITE. DIE DARSTELLER. Till Topf. © ZDF. Episode: 96, , , Till Topf A | B | C | D | E | F | G| H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O| P | Q| R | S| T| U | V | W| X | Y | Z | STARTSEITE. DIE DARSTELLER. Till Topf. © ZDF. Episode: 96, , , Till Topf (* 3. Topf wurde insbesondere in den er und er Jahren durch einige TV-Produktionen als Darsteller einem breiten Publikum bekannt. Seine prominenteste Rolle hat er heute in der gefeierten Sherlock Gnom "This is Us". They have one child. Sie spielte in "Sin City", "Mad Men" und Peter Blohm. Peter Blohm - Harry Potter Darsteller Heute falsche Gast Kurt Vasall.

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Till Topf was born on June 3, in Berlin, Germany. He has been married to Babs Topf-Lamberts since February 5, They have one child. Born: June 3 , in Berlin, Germany.

Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos. Stars of the s, Then and Now. Share this page:. German Actors. Do you have a demo reel? Add it to your IMDbPage.

How Much Have You Seen? How much of Till Topf's work have you seen? Known For. Die Geschwister Oppermann Berthold Oppermann.

Luftwaffenhelfer Karl Pfeiffer Kalle. Tod eines Schülers Claus Wagner. Max Kleismann. Peter Kruse. Walter Bronner. Franz Brosch.

Michael Korda. Show all 6 episodes. Markus Arnold. Helmut Löns. The company not only made crematoria ovens, it also made ventilation systems for the gas chambers at Auschwitz II—Birkenau.

Out of the five ovens at Dachau concentration camp , four were made by H. In all, Topf built 25 crematoria ovens which had a total of 76 incineration chambers called 'muffles' for concentration camps.

Kori built 42 single chamber ovens at various camps. At least foreigners were forced to work for the company. The company's history was not fully researched until after German reunification in The site of the former factory is now a holocaust memorial site and a museum.

It is the only memorial of its type relating to a civilian company's collaboration in the Holocaust. When Johannes Topf founded the firm on 1 July he was already 62 years old.

He owned his own brewery and had also worked in the fuel technology industry. He established the new company to sell a system for heating brewing coppers which he had invented and patented.

A fifth son died in childhood. He founded the firm against the advice of his sons, although the younger two sons, Julius and Ludwig, joined him.

By J. The two older brothers also joined the company in the late s, but they both died by the mids; Gustav, aged 40 and Albert, aged Johannes Topf died in , and in Julius Topf stepped down to become a sleeping partner due to ill health, leaving Ludwig managing it on his own.

The company began manufacturing incinerators for burning municipal waste and, from , crematoria for local authorities, due to the increasing acceptability of cremation as a means of body disposal.

By , it was one of the largest firms of its type in the world, employing over staff and exporting to 50 countries. Ludwig Topf was wealthy and successful, but committed suicide in February , aged 51, due to the stress of running the business.

His brother Julius died of blood poisoning later the same year. With the second generation of the Topf brothers all dead, Else Topf — , Ludwig's widow, became the owner.

The firm's senior managers already had a lot of independence and operations continued without any major upheaval.

It prospered during World War I due to contracts for weapons shells and military vehicles. Ludwig and Else Topf had three children: Johanna, known as Hanna, —?

When their father died, the two sons, aged 10 and 9, were sent away to a boarding school. The brothers later became the owners and managers of the firm during the Nazi period.

After leaving school, Ludwig studied machine engineering at the Technische Hochschule Hannover , now the University of Hannover.

After graduating from Hannover, he spent a further five years at Leipzig , Berlin and Rostock universities, studying a wide range of subjects, including economics, law, and sociology.

Ernst also studied at Hannover, but took business studies. He returned Erfurt to do two six-month internships, one in a bank and another in a malting company.

He then joined Ludwig in Leipzig, studying at the Handelshochschule , now the Leipzig Graduate School of Management , graduating in In the early s, due to the economic crisis of the Weimar Republic , the company lost business to such an extent that by Spring it was in danger of bankruptcy.

Because of this, at the end of , the brothers were made redundant. They were banned from the company site, due to a rift with their mother, who would not speak to them, and because of political problems.

Elsa Topf was also estranged from her daughter, whose marriage she disapproved of. This was happening against a backdrop of rising Nazism.

The Nazi party first gained seats in the German parliament in In the elections they became the second largest party; Hitler became chancellor in March The influence of Nazi staff within the firm also grew.

The Topf brothers wanted to return and manage the firm, but at a company works council meeting on 30 January , they were labelled "Judengenossen" friends of Jews and not suitable to lead the company.

Else Topf supported this stance. The brothers, like their father, did have many good relationships with Jewish friends, neighbours and business contacts.

However, for appearances sake, they were persuaded to join the Nazi party, in April The ambitious engineer Kurt Prüfer joined at the same time.

They were then permitted to return and were appointed joint managers, with Ludwig as the technical manager, and Ernst as the business manager.

He developed a two-muffle transportable oven in September , which was delivered to Dachau concentration camp in November A 'muffle' is the incineration chamber where the body is put.

In order to improve the speed at which bodies burned, the muffles were internally joined, resulting in the ashes of individual bodies being mixed.

This was illegal, but all subsequent multi-muffle ovens built for the concentration camps were designed in the same way. Initially, Buchenwald camp , which opened in July , sent bodies to the local Weimar city crematorium.

The unusually high numbers looked suspicious, so the SS wanted their own on-site facilities, although it was illegal for crematoria to be outside of local authority control.

One staff member, Martin Holich, spent almost 12 months in —43 installing and repairing equipment at Auschwitz-Birkenau. The muffles of the concentration camp ovens were smaller than those for civil crematoria, because no space for a coffin was needed, which saved both space and fuel.

Prüfer later designed ovens with muffles large enough for multiple bodies to be burned simultaneously. Bodies were often pushed in four, five or even six at once.

It is also thought that they supplied transportable ovens to at least one of the Nazi euthanasia institutions , in which a total of over 70, physically and mentally disabled people were murdered in and In October , the SS placed an order for five three-muffle ovens for the new Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp Auschwitz II , where it was initially estimated that over people per day would die.

The SS were holding , Soviet prisoners of war in Auschwitz II, and it was calculated that with the use of the new ovens, they could all be killed and disposed of in about four months.

It was calculated that all four of Auschwitz II's crematoria had the capacity to cremate a total of bodies per day, although the actual numbers were usually lower.

From until spring about people per day were transported to Auschwitz, although not all of them were killed. In the summer of , almost , Hungarian Jews were transported to the camp and during this period up to 9, bodies per day, and sometimes as many as 10, per day, were cremated in the ovens, as well as in outdoor burning pits.

Crematorium IV was out of use from May , after only two months of service, because it developed cracks. In December , a patent application was made for Prüfer's double-muffle transportable cremation unit, although it was not approved, possibly because of the legal problem of ash mixing.

On 26 October , the engineer Fritz Sander, Prüfer's manager, applied for a patent for what he called a "continuous operation corpse incineration oven for mass use".

This was a four-storey oven designed for Auschwitz II. The idea was that the bodies would be loaded by a type of conveyor belt and the heat of the bodies already in the oven would ignite them, thus, after an initial heating period, it would remain in continuous operation without the need for any further fuel — the heat of burning corpses would keep the apparatus running.

Prüfer and Sander, who disliked each other and competed with one another, disagreed about how well the device would work in practice.

It was never built. Those present observed the bodies being put in the ovens and burned. They used stop-watches to time the process and took notes.

Karl Schultze later gave a full report about this to Ludwig Topf. In an interview given in , his daughter Hildegard who was 16 in , said she would never forget him saying on his return, "If what I have seen comes out, we will all be wading up to our knees in blood".

From until the end of the war at least people were engaged as forced labour German: Zwangsarbeiter.

There were also small numbers of Poles, Dutch, Croatians and Czechs. The majority of the French, Soviets and Italians were prisoners of war.

In addition, deductions were made for food and accommodation, and other costs. Abuse is known to have occurred; the camp manager, Wilhelm Buchröder, a Nazi, was dismissed in by Ernst Topf for beating Zwangsarbeiter , although it is reported that his successor also mistreated them.

Auschwitz and Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps were liberated by the Red Army on the 26 and 27 January It had already been agreed in the Yalta Conference , held in February , that the area would come under Soviet control after the Germans had been defeated.

It was handed over on 3 July At Buchenwald, liberated on 11 April, the crematoria ovens remained intact.

The Americans forced the citizens of nearby Weimar to walk through the camp to witness what had been going on.

They also filmed the camp, including the crematoria, with the camera pointedly focusing on the J. The film and still photographs of the camp were shown around the world.

Film from Buchenwald and other concentration camps was used as evidence at the Nuremberg Trials. On 27 April , Ludwig Topf organised a meeting with company's works council at which it was agreed that the line to be taken with investigators was that workers and management knew that the ovens were delivered to concentration camps, but that they did not know the details of what was going on.

Topf committed suicide on 31 May , by cyanide poisoning. A senior engineer, Kurt Prüfer, was arrested the day before, and Topf was warned that he was about to be arrested himself.

He was unmarried and had no children.

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Sign In. Up , this week. Till Topf was born on June 3, in Berlin, Germany. He has been married to Babs Topf-Lamberts since February 5, They have one child.

Born: June 3 , in Berlin, Germany. Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos. Stars of the s, Then and Now. Share this page:. German Actors. Do you have a demo reel?

Add it to your IMDbPage. How Much Have You Seen? How much of Till Topf's work have you seen? Known For. Die Geschwister Oppermann Berthold Oppermann.

Luftwaffenhelfer Karl Pfeiffer Kalle. Tod eines Schülers Claus Wagner. Max Kleismann. Peter Kruse.

Walter Bronner. Franz Brosch. Michael Korda. Show all 6 episodes. He owned his own brewery and had also worked in the fuel technology industry.

He established the new company to sell a system for heating brewing coppers which he had invented and patented. A fifth son died in childhood.

He founded the firm against the advice of his sons, although the younger two sons, Julius and Ludwig, joined him.

By J. The two older brothers also joined the company in the late s, but they both died by the mids; Gustav, aged 40 and Albert, aged Johannes Topf died in , and in Julius Topf stepped down to become a sleeping partner due to ill health, leaving Ludwig managing it on his own.

The company began manufacturing incinerators for burning municipal waste and, from , crematoria for local authorities, due to the increasing acceptability of cremation as a means of body disposal.

By , it was one of the largest firms of its type in the world, employing over staff and exporting to 50 countries.

Ludwig Topf was wealthy and successful, but committed suicide in February , aged 51, due to the stress of running the business. His brother Julius died of blood poisoning later the same year.

With the second generation of the Topf brothers all dead, Else Topf — , Ludwig's widow, became the owner. The firm's senior managers already had a lot of independence and operations continued without any major upheaval.

It prospered during World War I due to contracts for weapons shells and military vehicles. Ludwig and Else Topf had three children: Johanna, known as Hanna, —?

When their father died, the two sons, aged 10 and 9, were sent away to a boarding school. The brothers later became the owners and managers of the firm during the Nazi period.

After leaving school, Ludwig studied machine engineering at the Technische Hochschule Hannover , now the University of Hannover. After graduating from Hannover, he spent a further five years at Leipzig , Berlin and Rostock universities, studying a wide range of subjects, including economics, law, and sociology.

Ernst also studied at Hannover, but took business studies. He returned Erfurt to do two six-month internships, one in a bank and another in a malting company.

He then joined Ludwig in Leipzig, studying at the Handelshochschule , now the Leipzig Graduate School of Management , graduating in In the early s, due to the economic crisis of the Weimar Republic , the company lost business to such an extent that by Spring it was in danger of bankruptcy.

Because of this, at the end of , the brothers were made redundant. They were banned from the company site, due to a rift with their mother, who would not speak to them, and because of political problems.

Elsa Topf was also estranged from her daughter, whose marriage she disapproved of. This was happening against a backdrop of rising Nazism.

The Nazi party first gained seats in the German parliament in In the elections they became the second largest party; Hitler became chancellor in March The influence of Nazi staff within the firm also grew.

The Topf brothers wanted to return and manage the firm, but at a company works council meeting on 30 January , they were labelled "Judengenossen" friends of Jews and not suitable to lead the company.

Else Topf supported this stance. The brothers, like their father, did have many good relationships with Jewish friends, neighbours and business contacts.

However, for appearances sake, they were persuaded to join the Nazi party, in April The ambitious engineer Kurt Prüfer joined at the same time.

They were then permitted to return and were appointed joint managers, with Ludwig as the technical manager, and Ernst as the business manager.

He developed a two-muffle transportable oven in September , which was delivered to Dachau concentration camp in November A 'muffle' is the incineration chamber where the body is put.

In order to improve the speed at which bodies burned, the muffles were internally joined, resulting in the ashes of individual bodies being mixed.

This was illegal, but all subsequent multi-muffle ovens built for the concentration camps were designed in the same way. Initially, Buchenwald camp , which opened in July , sent bodies to the local Weimar city crematorium.

The unusually high numbers looked suspicious, so the SS wanted their own on-site facilities, although it was illegal for crematoria to be outside of local authority control.

One staff member, Martin Holich, spent almost 12 months in —43 installing and repairing equipment at Auschwitz-Birkenau.

The muffles of the concentration camp ovens were smaller than those for civil crematoria, because no space for a coffin was needed, which saved both space and fuel.

Prüfer later designed ovens with muffles large enough for multiple bodies to be burned simultaneously. Bodies were often pushed in four, five or even six at once.

It is also thought that they supplied transportable ovens to at least one of the Nazi euthanasia institutions , in which a total of over 70, physically and mentally disabled people were murdered in and In October , the SS placed an order for five three-muffle ovens for the new Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp Auschwitz II , where it was initially estimated that over people per day would die.

The SS were holding , Soviet prisoners of war in Auschwitz II, and it was calculated that with the use of the new ovens, they could all be killed and disposed of in about four months.

It was calculated that all four of Auschwitz II's crematoria had the capacity to cremate a total of bodies per day, although the actual numbers were usually lower.

From until spring about people per day were transported to Auschwitz, although not all of them were killed.

In the summer of , almost , Hungarian Jews were transported to the camp and during this period up to 9, bodies per day, and sometimes as many as 10, per day, were cremated in the ovens, as well as in outdoor burning pits.

Crematorium IV was out of use from May , after only two months of service, because it developed cracks. In December , a patent application was made for Prüfer's double-muffle transportable cremation unit, although it was not approved, possibly because of the legal problem of ash mixing.

On 26 October , the engineer Fritz Sander, Prüfer's manager, applied for a patent for what he called a "continuous operation corpse incineration oven for mass use".

This was a four-storey oven designed for Auschwitz II. The idea was that the bodies would be loaded by a type of conveyor belt and the heat of the bodies already in the oven would ignite them, thus, after an initial heating period, it would remain in continuous operation without the need for any further fuel — the heat of burning corpses would keep the apparatus running.

Prüfer and Sander, who disliked each other and competed with one another, disagreed about how well the device would work in practice.

It was never built. Those present observed the bodies being put in the ovens and burned. They used stop-watches to time the process and took notes.

Karl Schultze later gave a full report about this to Ludwig Topf. In an interview given in , his daughter Hildegard who was 16 in , said she would never forget him saying on his return, "If what I have seen comes out, we will all be wading up to our knees in blood".

From until the end of the war at least people were engaged as forced labour German: Zwangsarbeiter. There were also small numbers of Poles, Dutch, Croatians and Czechs.

The majority of the French, Soviets and Italians were prisoners of war. In addition, deductions were made for food and accommodation, and other costs.

Abuse is known to have occurred; the camp manager, Wilhelm Buchröder, a Nazi, was dismissed in by Ernst Topf for beating Zwangsarbeiter , although it is reported that his successor also mistreated them.

Auschwitz and Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps were liberated by the Red Army on the 26 and 27 January It had already been agreed in the Yalta Conference , held in February , that the area would come under Soviet control after the Germans had been defeated.

It was handed over on 3 July At Buchenwald, liberated on 11 April, the crematoria ovens remained intact.

The Americans forced the citizens of nearby Weimar to walk through the camp to witness what had been going on.

They also filmed the camp, including the crematoria, with the camera pointedly focusing on the J. The film and still photographs of the camp were shown around the world.

Film from Buchenwald and other concentration camps was used as evidence at the Nuremberg Trials. On 27 April , Ludwig Topf organised a meeting with company's works council at which it was agreed that the line to be taken with investigators was that workers and management knew that the ovens were delivered to concentration camps, but that they did not know the details of what was going on.

Topf committed suicide on 31 May , by cyanide poisoning. A senior engineer, Kurt Prüfer, was arrested the day before, and Topf was warned that he was about to be arrested himself.

He was unmarried and had no children. He had a reputation as a womaniser and was living with his secretary, 19 years his junior, at the time of his death.

At the end of June , Ernst Topf travelled to an insurance company in Stuttgart , then in the French occupied zone, to collect a , Reichmark life insurance payout that was due following his brother Ludwig's death.

Erfurt was handed over to the Soviet administration on 3 July, and Soviets would not give Topf permission to return. From October he went to live in the town of Gudensberg , in the district Fritzlar-Homberg, in the American zone, where his niece, the daughter of his sister Hanna, was working for the American military administration.

In Topf founded a new company, in Wiesbaden , to make crematoria and refuse incinerators. He used the old family firm's name, J.

However, his business never did well. Topf moved the company to Mainz in There was further bad publicity when the book Macht ohne Moral 'Power without Morals' was published in

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