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    Ah, Guten Tag, tatjanablack,

    Well I wonder what your parents has told your former Muggleschool? I mean, how do they explain the reason for why you have left the school? I supose that they don't have told them about Dumstrang?

    Grindelwald plans to reveal the existence of the wizarding world in the future, but until then, we're not supposed to let anyone outside of my family know what I'm actually doing.

    What my parents have told curious relatives and my school is that I was admitted to a Nationalpolitische Erziehungsanstalten boarding school to the east - in Silesia, I think. Anyway, the NPEA institutions (commonly called Napola) are leadership schools, and I'd actually would have liked to go to one.

    However, I much prefer Durmstrang.

    Note: The Napola schools (it's a common abbreviation of its long German name) were special boarding schools designed to make young Germans future leaders. In other words, they would get little Nazis and after seven years, they would be even scarier big Nazis.

    And tatjanablack, I will watch "Before the Fall" if I get the chance.



    I'm your favourite National Socialist, OliveOil_Med? I am flattered, though I think that honour should go to the Führer.

    And why do you keep calling me a 'Nazi?' It's per... what's the word? ja...jorative. Pejorative! That's it. The proper term is 'National Socialist.'

    You've told us before that now Durmstrang has changed their policies to allow Muggle-borns in, but public opinions don't change overnight. Is there anyone at your school who is less than happy about Muggle-borns being allowed in?

    "Less than happy" would be putting it lightly. Most students are fine with me, and some like the idea of wizarding unity regardless of magical or Muggle parentage.

    Then there are those who don't. Professor Geschichte, who teaches History of Magic, has a funny expression when he looks at me (and Ernst, so it's not just me), so I think that might be because I'm Muggle-born.

    There are also several students who don't seem to like me, but are at least civil. Other's aren't - there are these two boys who are openly hostile towards me and other Muggle-borns like my friend Ernst. One of them is one of my roommates, Aleksandar Todorov; the other's name is Igor Karkaroff. They are both Slavic Untermenschen and purebloods, and I don't like them.

    Germany has just invaded Poland. How are the Polish students coping with this? Do they worry about their families and friends? Are the students from other countries worried their homes will be next?

    I actually can't really answer this question - I haven't asked any Polish students what they feel about the Muggle war. However, I guess most of the wizard-born children aren't all that worried, since they see the war as just another Muggle war that doesn't affect them. Muggle-born Polish students are a little more worried, probably.

    However, a few students (and not just Poles) think that it is suspicious that Poland voted to join the Zaubererreich soon after Grindelwald dispatched the ZVK to help protect wizards from Muggle firepower. But they're just being stupid, and the professors agree.

    With Germany becoming more agressive, how are the rest of the students treating you and the other German students (although I don't imagine the pureblood students would know as much).

    You are sadly misinformed. Germany is not being aggressive, our enemies were the aggressive ones. All we wanted was peace, but Poland attacked us, since they were unwilling to give Danzig us back to us, the rightful owners. After we entered Poland in retaliation, France and Britain declared war on us! Then the Soviets invaded Poland, so now our troops are there to contain Bolshevik expansion into the rest of Europe, but there hasn't been any shooting yet.

    Now, to answer your question, many foreign students know little about the Muggle war, so they just treat us normally - they consider it just some Muggle matter. However, there are a few Slavs who look at us funny, but they don't do anything. We Aryans heavily outnumber them.

    Another Note: I imagine Durmstrang to be located somewhere in eastern Prussia, which was part of Germany before the end of the Second World War, and today is part of Poland. I think that after Grindelwald's defeat, the school becomes much less German and resembles the school we see in Goblet of Fire.

    Do the teachers treat you specially because you come from a Muggle family?

    Nein. They treat me just like any other student - they're supposed to, after all. However, my History of Magic professor doesn't seem to like me at all, but he doesn't grade me any differently - he knows he can't discriminate.

    My Quidditch instructor finds me being Muggle-born quite interesting. He often asks me how aeroplanes works.

    Are the girls at Durmstrang in general much different than the Muggle girls in your old village?

    Not at all. They're just as weird - perhaps more so, because magic is involved.

    Have you met any of the older students?

    Not really. Each year sleeps in a different part of the castle - us first years have our dormitories in a small tower on the eastern wall. We don't see much of the older students, except for during meals and in the courtyards and outside.

    Now time for another Geography lesson! My family comes from Malta (a tiny island near Sicily). What do you know about that country?

    I know where Malta is - I took geography back in Muggle school, you know. Anyway, I know that Malta is owned by the British, and they have a naval base there for their Mediterranean fleet. I don't know much about the racial composition of the Maltese people (our teacher only devoted about five minutes to Malta before moving on), but I think they are sort of Italian - they're Latins, I suppose.


    And back to you, tatjanablack.

    Before you knew you were a wizard, how do you felt about magic? Did you believe in magicail things or did you think it was something stupid you only heard about in fairytales when you was small child?

    Well, I always thought of magic as being a fairytale thing. I didn't necessarily think it was stupid - there were some magic stories that I liked, but I was smart enough to know that there was no such thing as magic in the real world.

    But now I guess I wasn't so smart back then. Magic does exist, after all! Perhaps that story about the boy hitting that little demon on the head with a cauldron was actually true!

    ~ Dieter Heydrich


    Thank you everyone for all of the great questions! You've given me some good ideas to include in the story, like how Dieter acts in a civil manner if you bribe him with food!

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    Well my computer is stupid and it won't let me delete the posts.

    Anyway the quenstions.

    . I suposse you never had heard about Quidditch before, so let me ask: What do you think about it? And how was your recation, when you saw people flying at broomsticks?

    You told us that you had a friend who was a wizard born and you have told him about your world, what does your friend, thinks about this world

    What is one of your worst memories?


    I think these was the ones which not has been asked before.

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    Hey, Nate here! I told you I'd be here to ask you questions, so here I am. So let's fire away!

    Did anything strange ever happen to you as a kid that you now might think may have been caused by magic?

    How much older is your brother than you? Molly said you have one too. How well do you get along?

    Who was your bested friend from your Muggle home?

    What's is the Durmstrang uniform like? I've heard you wear furs because it's so freezing there.

    Exactly how cold is it at your school?

    What's the worst trouble you've ever been in?

    I know that the Nazis mark people who they consider 'unmentionable' with those badge things, but how do they even find them in the first place? The first rule of staying out of trouble is deny, deny, deny.

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    Oh goodie - more questions!


    Hello there, Tatjana!

    I suposse you never had heard about Quidditch before, so let me ask: What do you think about it? And how was your recation, when you saw people flying at broomsticks?

    In the months leading up to my schooling at Durmstrang, I tried to prepare myself to not be surprised by anything I encountered in the wizarding world - I failed. I knew about broomsticks beforehand, but that couldn't prepare me for seeing people flying on brooms for the first time! It was both shocking and fascinating.

    I had always wanted to fly before, and I never would have thought that I would do so for the first time on a wooden stick instead of an aeroplane! Once my brain grasped the concept that a broom could indeed fly and support my weight (without wings or an engine or anything), I was eager to get in the air and learn how to play Quidditch, which is probably the most complicated and exciting sport I've ever heard of.

    In my Quidditch class, I'm still not too good at my position as Beater, but at least I've managed to feel confident on a broom.

    You told us that you had a friend who was a wizard born and you have told him about your world, what does your friend, thinks about this world

    Konrad finds the Muggle world fascinating. He grew up with magic everywhere, and the thought of Muggles using "magic substitutes" is intriguing to him. Every now and then, he'd ask me how Muggles do certain things differently from wizards - he is particularly interested in how planes fly without magic. However, I can't really explain very well how the engine works - all I know is they have cylinders and use petrol as fuel.

    What is one of your worst memories?

    Any time that I've been the centre of the attention in class, in a very embarrassing fashion. Everyone at my old Muggle school got the cane at one point or another, and getting my palm whacked in front of the class is not pleasant.


    Guten Tag, Nate. Let's answer your OC swap questions...

    Did anything strange ever happen to you as a kid that you now might think may have been caused by magic?

    Well, I've always been incredibly adept at dodging things like snowballs that come my way, but I never thought of that as suspicious. However, now I've noticed that sometimes snowballs curve ever so slightly to miss me, or maybe it's just my imagination. I actually find myself trying to find some evidence of magic in everything slightly unusual I've done.

    However, there are some things that I probably did do because of magic, now that I think about it. In my initiation to the Deutsches Jungvolk, I passed with the highest marks ever in my district, I think. I jumped the farthest and ran the fastest, even though I am not the biggest or strongest boy in my group. There was also the time when I crashed my bicycle into a rock at high speed, but I didn't even suffer a scratch.

    How much older is your brother than you? Molly said you have one too. How well do you get along?

    My older brother Hans is now fifteen - he was born in March, 1924. We get along mostly fine, but he teases me sometimes, and talks about girls a lot. I think he's a bit jealous that I'm a wizard; he's disappointed that he's stuck being a Muggle.

    But, nevertheless, we are pretty close, though he can be very annoying at times ("Teach me some magic, Dieter! How can I vanish skirts?"). However, he says the same thing about me.

    Who was your bested friend from your Muggle home?

    Well, I didn't have one best friend, but I was close friends with Walter, Karl (we liked to call him Marx), and Erick, who were in the Deutsches Jungvolk with me. Freezing your buttocks off and fighting together in a huge snowball fight against the Jungmädel girls forms a special kind of bond, I suppose.

    What's is the Durmstrang uniform like? I've heard you wear furs because it's so freezing there.

    When it isn't zero degrees Centigrade, we wear crimson robes, with a high-collared shirt of the same colour underneath and black trousers. When it gets cold, we wear big fur coats that are about knee-length, and fur hats with these nice flaps that we can use to cover our ears with.

    Exactly how cold is it at your school?

    It was actually quite pleasant when I arrived in September, but now that winter's arrived, it's really cold. The wizard who built Durmstrang castle must have been incredibly paranoid - instead of putting the school in the nice valley with the lakes and forests, it's instead located high up in the mountains so it's hard to get to, but our elevation also makes it pretty cold. To complicate matters, the valley below funnels the wind right up to us, so there's a significant windchill factor as well.

    What's the worst trouble you've ever been in?

    I haven't really gotten in much trouble before. At Muggle school I was late to class once, and the teacher whacked the palm of my hand pretty hard with the cane.

    But at Durmstrang, I've had a few detentions (but nothing major), reason being that I got in a fight with those pureblood Slavic snobs, Aleksandar Todorov and Igor Karkaroff.

    I know that the Nazis mark people who they consider 'unmentionable' with those badge things, but how do they even find them in the first place? The first rule of staying out of trouble is deny, deny, deny.

    First of all, don't say "Nazi" - it's National Socialist, or the NSDAP.

    "Unmentionables?" I don't know what you mean - it sounds like you're talking about people's underpants or private parts. We Aryans are supposed to have a certain amount of modesty, thank you very much. People who go around naked can easily be identified, and no amount of denial can help them.

    Could you rephrase the question? I don't know what badges or people you're talking about.

    Author's note: I know where this question is going Nate/OliveOil_Med, even if Dieter doesn't. However, having him answer properly would be anachronistic. All Jews were required to wear a yellow Star of David starting in 1941 (though earlier in some parts of Poland), but the story takes place in 1939 at the moment, so it's too early.

    I guess that's the end of this interview. I'll be asking you some questions shortly, Nate.

    ~ Dieter Heydrich


    Thanks for all of the great questions, everyone. Have fun with Dieter for the original character swap, Molly!

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    More Questions for Dieter!


    Have you ever been camping?

    What kind of things do the "funny German word that start with Jut-" do when they meet?

    What is your favorite Muggle Sport?

    What is your favorite season?

    Did you ever find youself having to encounter a bully at your school?

    Have you ever done something that might lead others to believe YOU are a bully?

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    Hallo, mein Kamerad!

    Sorry, is this Nate or Molly asking me these questions? Never mind...

    Have you ever been camping?

    Of course! What do you think we do in the Deutsches Jungvolk?

    What kind of things do the "funny German word that start with Jut-" do when they meet?

    "Funny German word that start with Jut-?" I don't really know what you mean. Are you referring to the Jutes, like the old Germanic tribe? They're the people that the Jutland Peninsula is named after.

    I don't really know what the Danish people of Jütland do when they meet. Probably eat food and do family things just like us Germans.

    What is your favorite Muggle Sport?

    Would you consider snowball fighting a sport? Attacking the Jungmädel girls with my friends is an awful lot of fun!

    But for real Muggle sports... probably running and wrestling and things like that. They're quite tiring though, since we spend so much time in school for physical education, but I don't complain - I never had to worry about schoolwork for that class!

    But at Durmstrang, I am quite excited about Quidditch, though I can't play it too well at the moment.

    What is your favorite season?

    Perhaps winter - that's when I have my birthday and Christmas. The snow is fun to play with too, but it is much less fun to camp in. However, I like winter anyway. It's quite beautiful, with all the trees and everything covered in snow.

    But I think I might have to reconsider my favourite season. Winter at Durmstrang is COLD! I think I just might switch to summer, then...

    Did you ever find youself having to encounter a bully at your school?

    Which one? Muggle school or Durmstrang?

    At my old Muggle school, I never had to worry about bullies. At Durmstrang however, I have two enemies - Todorov and Karkaroff. I wouldn't call them bullies though, because a bully has to victimise a weaker victim and gain power over him. I'm more than a match for those Slavs, so they're just annoying enemies, not bullies.

    Have you ever done something that might lead others to believe YOU are a bully?

    No. I don't go out of my way to hurt other people. I am German, and we Aryans love peace and are not aggressors. But OTHER people try to bully me - I'm just defending myself.

    ~ Dieter Heydrich


    Thanks Molly! More disturbing questions for Nate, coming up!

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    Guten tag Dieter,

    I am bored so I want to ask your some questions.

    Anyway I am curious what do you know about Denmark? You have memotired it a few times, but I just want to know what you excatly know?

    How do you feel about being all these quenstions? Do you feel famous because all these people are interstering in your life?

    Are you a talktive person?

    Does your surname means any special? Does your name has a story?

    Oh as you know there in war in the Muggleworld, but how do you feel about this war? And in case you don't know what I mean let me ask more specify: Do you worry about how long this war is going to last? Do you worry that it cann affect you and your family?

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    Hello Dieter! Me again.

    *Gives pie*

    How would you react if I said that Germany would lose the war and in the future the Nazis (National Socialists, whatever) would be reviled as evil people and that Hitler's legacy would a blot on the history of Germany ?

    What do you think about Hitler locking up political prisoners (people who disagree with him politically but havn't done anything else wrong) in labour camps?

    What is your opinion of England/Britian?

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    Ah, hello, Tatjana!

    Anyway I am curious what do you know about Denmark? You have memotired it a few times, but I just want to know what you excatly know?

    Well, Denmark is on the Reich's northern border, covering the Jutland Peninsula and some islands to the east - I can't remember any of those islands names except for Sjælland, where the capital of Copenhagen is. Denmark is also very flat.

    The Danes are a fellow Nordic people, like the Swedes, Norwegians, and us Germans of the Reich. They also speak Danish.

    Sorry. I do know more about Denmark than that, but I don't feel like going into a long explanation about Denmark. Let's just say they're our friends to the north.

    How do you feel about being all these quenstions? Do you feel famous because all these people are interstering in your life?

    Famous? Never thought of it that way...

    Let's see, my interview has about 950 views so far, and almost 50 posts, so I guess people must like me then. Maybe I am famous!

    I actually kind of like all of these questions. I feel like I'm a representative or an ambassador of the Reich or something like that!

    Are you a talktive person?

    Depends on what you want to talk about. If the subject is clothes or something boring like that, I won't say a word. If you want to talk about interesting things fighter planes, then I can talk forever. All right, I'm exaggerating, but you know what I mean.

    In class at Durmstrang I don't really talk, apart from asking and answering questions. I pay attention to the professor, unlike some other people.

    Does your surname means any special? Does your name has a story?

    Not really. My last name is just Heydrich. However, I think there's also a high-ranking official in the Schutzstaffel with the surname of Heydrich, but I'll have to check on that.

    Note: Dieter's last name comes from Reinhard Heydrich (1904-1942), who was one of the principle architects of the "Final Solution" and just an overall psychopath. He was assassinated by Czech partisans in May 1942, and the Nazis massacred the townspeople of Lidice in reprisal.

    Dieter is not related to Reinhard Heydrich in any way, but their shared last names are simply deliberate coincidences.


    Oh as you know there in war in the Muggleworld, but how do you feel about this war? And in case you don't know what I mean let me ask more specify: Do you worry about how long this war is going to last? Do you worry that it cann affect you and your family?

    I don't really see why France and Britain have gotten themselves involved in the Muggle war. Poland attacked us and then we just defended ourselves, so I find it kind of strange that the French and British would support aggressors - they have no reason to fight us.

    But since we are at war, I don't think it would last long, even though the French and British. They're not willing to fight a long war like the last one, so I think this one might last just a few more months before a peace is negotiated.

    Again, I'm not worried about the Muggle war affecting me or my family. It will be over sometime in the near future, and it's too far away to affect us.

    Thanks for the questions, Tatjanablack.


    Hello CakeorDeath - Oh, wow! Pie!

    How would you react if I said that Germany would lose the war and in the future the Nazis (National Socialists, whatever) would be reviled as evil people and that Hitler's legacy would a blot on the history of Germany ?

    Pardon?

    What do you think about Hitler locking up political prisoners (people who disagree with him politically but havn't done anything else wrong) in labour camps?

    I know what a political prisoner is, CakeorDeath. I don't know about them being sent to forced-labour camps, but that sounds like a good thing to do - make them do something useful for a change!

    Remember, Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer. We are one people under one leader, Adolf Hitler. Political dissenters just cause trouble and foster disunity, and that's not a good thing.

    What is your opinion of England/Britian?

    The English people are Aryans like us (just Anglo-Saxon), and they have rich history and culture. I'd like to go to Britain sometime.

    However, I don't really see why they want to fight us - we have more things in common than differences. I don't dislike them, I just think they're misguided. They should replace Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain with someone who's willing to be our friends instead of enemies.

    ~ Dieter Heydrich


    Sorry Dieter - Winston Churchill's going to be the next PM! Speaking of Churchill, here's one of my favourite quotes from him:

    "If Hitler invaded hell I would make at least a favourable reference to the Devil in the House of Commons."

    So would I, Churchill, no matter how unlikely that situation is!

    I am bored so I want to ask your some questions.
    Ah, nothing like interviewing this scary little Nazi to liven up your day! Thanks for the questions, Tatjanablack and CakeorDeath!

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    Hey, Hey, Nate here again, and yes that was me last time. Molly says to tell you she's almost done with her drabble and it will be up soon, but until then, I've got more questions for you.


    Do you know what a Patronus Charm is? If so, what do you think your's will be?

    Do your parents ever have to step in when you and your older brother fight?

    Do you and your friends ever spy on your brother, like when he has girls around?

    Jungmädel! That's what I meant before! God, I hate German! What do you do in that?

    Do think your brother would ever be willing to fight in the war? If it's still going on by the time he's old enough, I mean.

    What do you think of the French? I hear Durmstrang has a pretty tight history with Beauxbatons, the school there.

    I know you talk a lot about Germany, but what do you know about American? About New York City (my hometown favorite)? Do you teachers ever talk about American wizards at all? Do they have a lot of influence in the world or no?



    Also, Molly says she LOVES the drabble Tim wrote for me. I wasn't sure about having my own invention blow up in my face, but he got Alaia to finally talk to me, so I'll forgive him.

    Note to Tim: It really was a good idea. Do you mind if I mention it in my actual story. It would only be in passing, and I'll make sure to give you credit for it. PLEASE?!?!

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