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    Hi Dieter

    I can't keep track with which question which have been asked and which has not so ...

    Which book is your favorite book and why?
    Do you like boxing (or at last want to do it?) because i have heard that many boys who are bit older than do like it.

    Your sisters, how are they like? Are they very much different from you? Do they look up to your or to your older brother?

    Do you like winter or summer best

    If you could choose to met someone, who would you like to meet, beside Adolf Hitler?

    What is the best thing about Dumstrang?

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    Well, hello Nate. It's... nice to see you again!

    Is there like a...Department of the Press...thing in Germany? Molly's writing a story about journalism and she told me to ask that.

    Yes, we do actually, and it's headed by Joseph Goebbels. It's called the Reich Ministry for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda, and it manages everything from the telephone network to the newspapers.

    Who do you think is the best student in your year?

    I honestly have no idea. I don't know all the students in the First Year, so I don't know for sure.

    By class, who is the best student?

    Note that the First Years don't take these classes all at once (there's more than sixty of us), so these students are just from about one third of the total class.

    Transfiguration: Probably my friend and fellow Muggle-born, Ernst.
    Charms: Again, Ernst. He has a very good grasp of the subject, and he likes to experiment with things in his free time.
    Potions: Not me, that's for certain! I think it might be a girl named Else, but I'm not too sure. I'm too busy trying to figure out my own potions to notice who's doing the best.
    Herbology: I believe it's some Slavic girl whose name I can't remember. Typical - Slavs seem to have an affinity for dirt.
    Defensive Magic: That would be me. I'm by far the best duellist in the class, and Professor Bruno Schmidt chooses me for demonstrations more than anyone else. I find this to be a very easy yet exciting class.
    History of Magic: No idea. It's not a hands-on subject, so the only way to know who's the best is to look at everyone's test scores.
    Astronomy: I don't know who's the best, but I'm pretty good, actually. In the Deutsches Jungvolk, I learned how to navigate by the stars, so I already have some background knowledge.
    Quidditch: Hard to say, because how can you tell who's the better player if one is a Keeper and the other is a Seeker? You can't compare them. But I would say that my friend Konrad is a very good Keeper. Unlike me, he grew up around broomsticks and really knows how to fly.

    Have you recieved any letters from your friends yet? What kinds of questions are they asking?

    Do you mean my Muggle friends? Yes, I have received letters from them.

    My cover story for Durmstrang is that I am attending a Napola school, specifically NPEA Stuhm, which is conveniently located at the other end of the Reich, so my friends or relatives won't try a surprise visit. Of course, I get letters asking probing questions about what it is like to go to a Napola school. Of course, I am doing no such thing, so I have to be very inventive with my responses. I describe the classes as being focused on "practical skills," but I don't elaborate.

    Also, I get asked if I've met any new people, which I do answer truthfully, but just without mentions of magic.

    What about this Gerta girl? Can you tell us any more about her?

    First of all, her name is Gerda, with a 'd.' But to answer your question, she is a giggling idiot and the most annoyingly girlish girl I have ever had the misfortune to meet. Might I add that she likes tickling unsuspecting people?

    Does Tim has a class list written up for your year? Molly seems to think that very important, even if I don't know most of the kids.

    I don't know if he has. If he has, I haven't seen it.

    Or maybe he doesn't want me to see it... Hmpf.

    I actually do have a list of some students. There's also some sensitive plot details on it, and I don't want Dieter to see them!


    Guten Tag, Tatjana, I haven't seen you in a while! How is Denmark?

    Well, I'm here to answer your questions:

    Which book is your favorite book and why?

    My favourite book might actually be my textbook for Defensive Magic class. I find the subject very fun and I always read ahead to stay on top of things.

    But for actual fiction, I like the Sky Captain Otto von Von series. Set during the turn of the century in the Second Reich, the books revolve around Captain Otto and his worldwide adventures in his Zeppelin.

    Do you like boxing (or at last want to do it?) because i have heard that many boys who are bit older than do like it.

    Boxing is fun when you beat up your opponent, but considerably less fun when you get punched back! In the Deutsches Jungvolk, I preferred wrestling.

    Your sisters, how are they like? Are they very much different from you? Do they look up to your or to your older brother?

    My sister Marie is seven years old. She's pretty artistic and can draw a lot better than I can (I'm hopeless), so drawing is one of her hobbies. Like the rest of my siblings, she's hoping she'll be a witch and is the most inquisitive of my siblings when it comes to the wizarding world. But back to Marie, she's gotten some idea in her head that she's going to marry a two metre tall Norwegian named Thor Thorsten Thorgan and have fourteen children. Other than that, she's a normal girl (or as normal as girls could be).

    My other sister Lena is six years old, and she's unusually energetic. She finds anything that doesn't amuse her within five seconds boring, so she's quite active, preferring to run around and climb trees than read or draw like Marie. Out of my two sisters, Lena is least like me - she has no sense of restraint or responsibility, and that's probably why she likes my older brother Hans so much.

    But for my other younger siblings Paul, Marie, and Albert, I set the example because unlike Hans, I am a responsible person. And plus, I happen to be a wizard!

    Do you like winter or summer best

    I like winter the best, because then there's lots of snow to throw at people!

    However, after having experienced a REAL winter at Durmstrang, I think I might reconsider and choose summer instead...

    If you could choose to met someone, who would you like to meet, beside Adolf Hitler?

    Probably Zaubererreich Kanzler Gellert Grindelwald, I think. I've heard quite a lot about him, and I would like to meet the leader of the wizarding world I am now a part of.

    What is the best thing about Dumstrang?

    The magic, of course!

    ~ Dieter Heydrich


    Thanks for the great questions, Molly and Tatjana! Now I'll get back to writing papers. Sigh...

    I apologise profusely for having not produced another chapter recently, but I will get around to it once my schedule loosens up.

    Tim the Enchanter

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    Hello Dieter,

    Well Denmark is fine. We have spring here so it is nice and no I have not been here in a while because I have been busy with others things (Like school and just).

    I have one question for, just because I am curious: You have told us before that your parents were very proud of you being a wizard, what I wondered about was, did your parents believed in magic before or did they see it as some dangerous thing or something like that, they knew you were a wizard?

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    Well, hello Tatjana. It's nice to hear that life in Denmark is good.

    I have one question for, just because I am curious: You have told us before that your parents were very proud of you being a wizard, what I wondered about was, did your parents believed in magic before or did they see it as some dangerous thing or something like that, they knew you were a wizard?

    Magic never crossed my parents' minds previously, and they only thought of it as something in fairy tales that didn't actually exist. When Professor Odoaker came to our house to break the news that I was a wizard, my parents (particularly Father) thought he was a practical joker or a madman. My parents didn't think of magic as dangerous - just something that only little children believed in.

    But now that they know that magic can be used to do very useful things, they see me as having a unique opportunity to advance myself and serve the Reich; to make a difference. I have to say their expectations of me have increased quite a lot.

    ~ Dieter Heydrich


    Thanks for the question, Tatjana!

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    Hello Dieter,

    I have a couple of questions: I hope they're ok.

    You said earlier that you feel Muggle-born witches and wizards are just the same as those with magical parents: have you met anyone who doesn't feel that way? What do you think of them?

    Do you think that the magical and muggle worlds are friendly towards each other, or at least do you think that the magical world is friendly towards the muggle world? Have you met anyone who doesn't like muggles?

    You said that you were happy as a member of Deutsches Jungvolk: have you tried to tell any wizards about it or about Nazi ideas?

    Also, as (I think) this is now 1939-40 the muggle world is at war. Are any of your family affected by it, and would you like to help fight for Germany?

    To Tim: I really like this story and am looking forward to reading more of it. Dieter, as a muggle-born wizard and at least nominally a Nazi has an interesting perspective on the time that I think will result in a fascinating story. I do have one question: do you think that Grindelwald was as obsessed by blood status as Voldemort/ Voldemort's followers? In other words, we know he didn't like muggles, and wanted to control people, but do you think he was worse to muggle-born witches and wizards than others?

    Kitty

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    Guten Tag, Kitty. I'm here to answer your questions - yes, I am quite fine with them. Feel free to ask more if you're feeling energetic.

    You said earlier that you feel Muggle-born witches and wizards are just the same as those with magical parents: have you met anyone who doesn't feel that way? What do you think of them?

    I've met a fair number of people who think that way, like one of my roommates, Aleksandar Todorov, and his friend Igor Karkaroff. They fail to realise that magic is a gift, and should not be taken for granted. They are arrogant and stupid (though that's probably because they're Slavs), and I don't like them.

    Anyway, did you know that radical Pureblood families are the most likely to produce Squibs? That's what happens when those people marry their cousins to keep their bloodline "pure." I hope Todorov and Karkaroff have inbred children, if they don't die before then.

    Do you think that the magical and muggle worlds are friendly towards each other, or at least do you think that the magical world is friendly towards the muggle world? Have you met anyone who doesn't like muggles?

    Well, since the Muggle world doesn't know the magical world exists, they can't be all that friendly towards them. However, the wizarding world does seem to be friendly to Muggles - after all, it is the mission of the Zaubererreich to bring the wizarding world out of hiding and coexist with Muggles once more.

    Note that this is the rosy, public face of Grindelwald's Germany. The reality is a bit more malicious...

    But of course, there are people who don't like Muggles, like the people I mentioned before and others. Most students and professors just don't understand Muggles, and treat the Muggle world with suspicion or even mistrust.

    You said that you were happy as a member of Deutsches Jungvolk: have you tried to tell any wizards about it or about Nazi ideas?

    First of all, it's not "Nazi." It's National Socialist. How come everyone on this site can never get it right?

    Anyway, the answer to your question is yes. I have told my friends about the DJ - Ernst is Muggleborn and couldn't care less, but Konrad is quite interested, since he's Pureblood and has never had any exposure to the Muggle world. He doesn't understand much of what I say about the Third Reich, but he is eager to learn.

    Also, as (I think) this is now 1939-40 the muggle world is at war. Are any of your family affected by it, and would you like to help fight for Germany?

    Of course I would like to help my country, but the war will be long over before I am old enough to do anything about it. Poland has already surrendered, France should fall quickly, and after that, Great Britain should sue for peace. At the longest, the war will only last a year.

    Nobody in my family has been directly affected by the war, but I've heard from my father that he's a lot busier these days, since he works for the Party.

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    To Tim: I really like this story and am looking forward to reading more of it. Dieter, as a muggle-born wizard and at least nominally a Nazi has an interesting perspective on the time that I think will result in a fascinating story. I do have one question: do you think that Grindelwald was as obsessed by blood status as Voldemort/ Voldemort's followers? In other words, we know he didn't like muggles, and wanted to control people, but do you think he was worse to muggle-born witches and wizards than others?

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    Thanks for liking the story and my character - sorry I haven't updated in a little while, but once my finals are over, I'll have the glorious free time I need to crank out some more chapters.

    Before I answer your question about Grindelwald, let's look at Nazi Germany first. Hitler made himself attractive to all elements of German society because his ideology was very simple and not specific to any group. In its most basic form, it was about German nationalism, anti-communism, and anti-Semitism. Remember that the Jews in Germany composed less then 1% of the total population, so they were very easy to pick on (bit of an understatement). The secret to the Nazis' success was that their ideology was vague enough for everyone in Germany (who wasn't a Jew, communist, homosexual, Gypsy, etc.) to find it attractive.

    Therefore, I think Grindelwald would do something similar. Grindelwald had his own personal prejudices against Muggle-borns, but I think he was smart enough to not to make that official policy. Rowling said that in the wizarding world, the population is about 25% Pureblood, 50% mixed blood, and 25% Muggle-born. I see Grindelwald as enlisting support from ALL wizards/witches regardless of blood status, rather than depend on just one quarter of the wizarding population like Voldemort (a bit of a dumb move, if you ask me).

    So, with Grindelwald's Germany, I see his ideology as having a pan-wizarding focus, rather than just promote Pureblood supremacy. It's wizarding supremacy! Despite his personal prejudices against Muggleborns, I think he'd (somewhat grudgingly) give them long-withheld rights to include them in his mass movement.

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    Hey, Dieter. Now that Tim has finally begun writing your story again, Molly says we should revive your character thread. Of course, she sends me to do her dirty work though. But now that you're finally at school, we might be able to move onto some other questions.

    You said in you Hilter Boy Scouts, you guys sing songs a lot. Have you learned any songs that wizard kids sing? What are some popular wizard music groups? Do you guys even have those in Germany?

    Has Tim come up with any new classmates for you, or is Molly expected to do all that for him?

    Is it true they give Napola kids knives? Sweet! But what are you going to do when your Muggle friends ask to see it?

    How old are your little brothers and sisters again, or after all this time, do you still not trust the ugly American enough to tell me about them? Molly's complaining that she doesn't have a clue what they look like and Tim hasn't drawn any pictures.

    What have you learned that Wizarding kids do for fun?

    What's the worst trouble you've gotton into so far?

    Do you have a bicycle? My grandparents told me they didn't have bicycles because the army took them. Did the army take your bike?

    They also said the army took their chocolate, butter, candy, and all kinds of good food. Has the army taken any of these things from you?



    Please answer these so Molly will get off my back and get back to writing my story! And if you find the time, throw me a question or two. I'm drowning in a sea of pureblood girls rebelling against their parents!

    Also, an note to Tim, Molly is contemplating becoming one of those people doing fanart for the story, so it really is in his best inerest to let her know what all the Heydrich children look like, or she'll just decide for herself.

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    Hello. Sorry about the delay in my response, but here it goes...

    You said in you Hilter Boy Scouts, you guys sing songs a lot. Have you learned any songs that wizard kids sing? What are some popular wizard music groups? Do you guys even have those in Germany?

    I know the Durmstrang school song, but that's the only piece of wizarding music I know. I'm not aware of any popular magic music groups, but I'm sure that they exist. I occasionally hear music from the wireless in the first year common room, but that sort of thing is considered a distraction to our studies and is frowned upon.

    Has Tim come up with any new classmates for you, or is Molly expected to do all that for him?

    Yes he has, and you will be seeing them in the upcoming chapters. I don't have the patience to start listing names at the moment.

    Is it true they give Napola kids knives? Sweet! But what are you going to do when your Muggle friends ask to see it?

    Well, since I don't actually go to a Napola school, I have no idea if they give us knives, do I?

    How old are your little brothers and sisters again, or after all this time, do you still not trust the ugly American enough to tell me about them? Molly's complaining that she doesn't have a clue what they look like and Tim hasn't drawn any pictures.

    This is a very familiar question. I've already told you the ages of my siblings, but it appears that you have forgotten. But granted, I don't believe I have told you what they look like yet. So, from oldest to youngest...

    Hans (15): Being oldest, Hans is the tallest of the Heydrich children. He looks quite a bit like my father - square jaw, on the stocky side, shortish neck, straight nose, that sort of thing. His hair is a lighter shade of blonde, and he keeps it short. It is usually combed on either side of the part, but sometimes he likes to ruffle his hair for a more "rugged" look.

    Me (11): Like Hans, I too look like my father, though my facial features are more rounded. However, this is probably because I am still young and haven't started really growing yet. My hair is yellower than Han's, and I always keep it combed. I also have blue eyes, but so does everyone else in my family.

    Paul (9): Paul has a thin face like Mutti's, and a longer neck than mine. His shoulders are also not as broad. His hair is actually a light brownish colour.

    Marie (7): Short, and has a roundish face. She keeps her hair (same shade of brown as Paul's) a little longer than ear-length, and usually wears a yellow headband to keep her hair back.

    Lena (6): I think Lena would end up being taller than Marie, as they are almost the same height. Lena has a thin, sort of oval shaped face - sort of looks like Paul, I suppose. However, her hair is blonde, which she keeps long in a single braided tail. I guess I should add that her ears stick out a bit.

    Albert (4): Short and small, like how you expect a little kid to be. He has a very round face, and was missing some teeth the last time I saw him. He has blond hair, but I don't know if it will stay that way. Paul's hair was actually a sort of blond, but it gradually turned to the light brown it is now, so Albert could go the same way.

    What have you learned that Wizarding kids do for fun?

    Well, they could do things that any Muggle child would do, like read books or run around outside. However, things no Muggle child would be able to do are play wizard games like Quidditch, or Wizard's chess.

    What's the worst trouble you've gotton into so far?

    I was seven years old and I don't want to talk about it.

    Do you have a bicycle? My grandparents told me they didn't have bicycles because the army took them. Did the army take your bike?

    Yes, I do have a bicycle back home. And why would the Wehrmacht want to take it?

    They also said the army took their chocolate, butter, candy, and all kinds of good food. Has the army taken any of these things from you?

    No. Why would they do that? My family doesn't live in Poland.

    Hitler believed that for morale purposes, the German population should be affected by the war as little as possible. Therefore, there was no rationing of food or supplies until things started to fall apart after the defeat at Stalingrad. In fact, German civilians were quite well fed until the last year of the war, since the German Army simply stole all the food in the occupied territories and shipped it back to Germany. Starvation was just as much a killer as Nazi brutality was in places like Poland and the occupied parts of the Soviet Union.

    Thank you for the questions Molly, and well, goodbye to you, Nate.

    ~ Dieter Heydrich


    Sorry about the delay in responding. Right now, I'm writing an inspiring speech for Chapter Nine...

    Also, note that certain details of the story will change as I write more chapters. For instance, I decided on a whim to make Igor Karkaroff Dieter's fourth roommate, rather than another OC.

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    Hello! It's Nate, and I is back once again! Molly says your story is really motering now, and now that it is up for a QSQ award, Molly says we have to do whatever we can to make it the best story is can be.

    But DON'T think this means we're friends, Nazi boy! You still creep the hell out of me, and Alaia says that you'll infect me! With what, I'm not sure. Nazi pox? It sounds like a cleaning product.

    But anyway, questions!



    Does Gerta have any friends? Have they all ganged up on you together yet? Is she friends with an sub-humans?

    Who are the other pure-bloods in your class?

    Is Karkaroff friends with any half-bloods, do you know?

    I know that Durmstrang doesn't have Houses to play against for Quidditch, but do they have some kind of school team for Quidditch? Do you play against other wizarding schools? At Skat-Hatokha, we have matches against the other American wizarding schools: Salem (Not for Quodpot, though. It's all girls.), Bell, Hardscrabble Creek, and Kailani.

    Have you received any letters from your friends yet? Has Ernst help you come up with lies to tell? Do you help one another with writing letters?

    So there is a Spanish kid and an Italian kid? Do you know any of their names or anything about them?

    Have you confronted any of your Slavic teachers about their bloodlines? I just hope you were smart enough not to do it to that History of Magic professor! He sounds worse than Professor Leslie, or even from what Mr. Potter told me about his old teacher, Professor Snape!

    How did YOU luck out with a semi-human Potions teacher?!?! Did I mention that both Professor Leslie and Professor Snape teach...and taugh, I guess, Potions! And Molly said that Potions professors have to be jerks because if they weren't, it would violate the laws of physics!

    We know that Ernst has a little sister, but what about your classmates who actually comes from wizarding families? Have you learned about wizarding games, nursery rhymes, and songs that little kids from wizarding families learn?

    Is it a serious crime to steal Nazi posters? I mean by ripping them off the walls they are stuck to.

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    Hello Nate. This visit is unexpectedly thoughtful of you.

    Does Gerta have any friends? Have they all ganged up on you together yet? Is she friends with an sub-humans?

    Yes she does have friends, but I don't know all their names. I could check the student roster, but I haven't gotten around to that. Anyway, Gerta is the one who goes out of the way to annoy me, but sometimes her friends join in.

    Who are the other pure-bloods in your class?

    There's quite a few, and I don't have the time to name them all.

    Is Karkaroff friends with any half-bloods, do you know?

    I don't know, and I don't really care. But knowing Karkaroff, he probably won't associate with anyone who isn't Pure-blood like him.

    I know that Durmstrang doesn't have Houses to play against for Quidditch, but do they have some kind of school team for Quidditch? Do you play against other wizarding schools? At Skat-Hatokha, we have matches against the other American wizarding schools: Salem (Not for Quodpot, though. It's all girls.), Bell, Hardscrabble Creek, and Kailani.

    As far as I know, we don't have a Quidditch team that plays other schools. If we do, they're not active now, because relations are pretty tense with the other schools and I don't think they're willing to send students here (and vice-versa).

    Have you received any letters from your friends yet? Has Ernst help you come up with lies to tell? Do you help one another with writing letters?

    I have received a letter or two from my friends back home. Ernst and I don't talk to each other about our respective personal correspondence, though. Seems like an intrusion to privacy, if you ask me.

    I think we are both perfectly capable of coming up with excuses and cover stories. When I write my friends back home, I substitute Muggle classes for magical ones, like chemistry for Potions and personal defence for Defensive Magic. Seems to work fine.

    So there is a Spanish kid and an Italian kid? Do you know any of their names or anything about them?

    I don't know them personally, but their names are Giovanna Balducci and Alfonso Panza. All I really know about them is that they must be very ideologically motivated to go to school in Germany rather than their native countries. They speak German well enough.

    Have you confronted any of your Slavic teachers about their bloodlines? I just hope you were smart enough not to do it to that History of Magic professor! He sounds worse than Professor Leslie, or even from what Mr. Potter told me about his old teacher, Professor Snape!

    My father reminds me on occasion to not do anything stupid, and I think openly insulting Professor Simonov for being the barbaric Slav he is would qualify as such.

    How did YOU luck out with a semi-human Potions teacher?!?! Did I mention that both Professor Leslie and Professor Snape teach...and taugh, I guess, Potions! And Molly said that Potions professors have to be jerks because if they weren't, it would violate the laws of physics!

    Professor Kirsh is not "semi-human", Nate. She is perfectly Aryan, and I never said she was an Untermensch.

    And why does Molly say Potions professors have to be jerks?

    We know that Ernst has a little sister, but what about your classmates who actually comes from wizarding families? Have you learned about wizarding games, nursery rhymes, and songs that little kids from wizarding families learn?

    I've learned how to play some wizarding games like Shuntbumps and Wizard's Chess, but I confess I have not asked anyone about nursery rhymes or songs. Wizard Chess is pretty fun, but I prefer to cheat and order my chessmen to launch full assaults over playing by the rules. It's more entertaining to watch the chessmen fight a big battle than take turns moving them around the board.

    Is it a serious crime to steal Nazi posters? I mean by ripping them off the walls they are stuck to.

    I get tired of saying this, but the word is 'National Socialist', not 'Nazi'. But to answer your question, I have no idea what kind of punishments you'd get for stealing posters. Nobody's ever done it before in my hometown, as far as I know. However, I suspect that defacing or removing government property would be frowned upon, to put it lightly.

    ~ Dieter Heydrich


    Chapter Eleven is up! Working on the next bit...

    Thanks for the questions, Molly, and the QSQ nomination of course!

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