Writer Silk Schopmeyer writes about her murdered grandfather

Bernhard Schopmeyer was found dead here in 1945: his granddaughter, Hamburg writer Silk Schopmeier, speaks to journalist Jan Weber in Bürgerpark in Osnabrück about the events surrounding the murder of an opponent of the Nazi regime.Bernhard Schopmeyer was found dead here in 1945: his granddaughter, Hamburg writer Silk Schopmeier, speaks to journalist Jan Weber in Bürgerpark in Osnabrück about the events surrounding the murder of an opponent of the Nazi regime.
Hermann Pinterman

Osnabrück. When Silk Schopmeyer was born in 1970, her grandfather was long gone: Bernhard Schopmeyer was shot in Osnabrück National Park six weeks after the end of World War II. But he remains present in his family – to this day. The granddaughter is now looking for a book about him and his wife, Maria.

Silk Schopmeyer from Hamburg is the author – so far she has written crime novels, a children’s book and a living guide about Bergedorf where she lives. She’s actually been to Osnabrück a few times, and she knows Hasfriedhof, where she is

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