Generalfeldmarschall Werner Eduard Fritz von Blomberg (1878-1946) was a Minister of War and Commander-in-Chief of the German Armed Forces until he was deposed by political enemies in January 1938. He opposed Hitler and was accused of marrying a prostitute. Spending World War II in obscurity, Blomberg gave evidence at the Nuremberg Trials. While there, he died of cancer on March 14, 1946.
Getrud Guillaume-Schack.jpegGertrude Guillaume-Schack (9 November 1845 – 20 May 1903) was a German-born women's rights activist who pioneered the fight against state-regulated prostitution in Germany