Paul Lejeune-Jung
(1882-1944)

Died aged c. 62

Paul Adolf Franz Lejeune-Jung, (actually Lejeune genannt Jung, meaning called Jung) (16 March 1882 in Cologne – 8 September 1944 Berlin, executed) was a German economist, politician, syndic in the pulp industry, and resistance fighter against Adolf Hitler's Third Reich.

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Friedr. Wilh. Weber Der Sänger v. Dreizehnlinden 1813 - 94 Engelb. Humperdinck Komponist 1854 - 1921 Karl Weierstrass Mathematiker 1815 - 1897 Caspar Klein Erzbischof v. Paderborn 1865 - 1941 Wilhelm Ealdeyer Anatom 1886 -1921 Johannes Linneborn Dompropst 1867 - 1933 Wilhelm Schneider Bischof von Paderborn 1847 - 1909 Wilhelm Cuno Reichskanzler 1876 - 1933 Franz Hitze Soziapolitiker 1851 - 1921 Paul Lejeune-Jung Mitgl. d. Widerstands-Regier.g 1882 - 1944 Clemens Baeumker Philosophiehistoriker 1853 - 1924 Franz Hengsbach Kardinal 1910 - 1991 [full inscription unknown]

Theodorianum, Paderborn, Germany where they was a student