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Bert Trautmann’s jaw

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Archived from on 8 June 2016. It was a bit of a surprise when it happened. An X-ray back home in Manchester revealed that the collision had dislocated five vertebrae in his neck, cracking one. Apparently the Jews had spread like rats through Europe, and then the entire world; now they were responsible for most of international crime and 98 per cent of prostitution. After the birth of his daughter, Freda, he had to pay Marion Greenall 10 shillings a week. The City supporters in general were concerned for their team and now this new player was a crucial element of that team, their fanatical allegiance and loyalty transcended any prejudice.

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Bert Trautmann: Remembering the Man City Legend as 'The Keeper' Hits UK Cinemas

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One of only 90 of his original 1,000-man regiment to survive the war, he was transferred to a camp in , Lancashire. The poor fellow had lost his job at the ammunitions factory for some reason, and he had four children to feed. Archived from on 7 December 2008. The couple had three children, John, Mark and Stephen. An estranged daughter, born out of wedlock before his marriage to Margaret, tracked him down. He thought it would be one of those short propaganda films you had to endure for a while before the main feature, but this one went on and on. In France, he found himself in a bombed building buried in rubble, but once again lived to tell the tale.

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Bernhard ('Bert') Trautmann

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Then, when you began taking prisoners, you heard them cry for their mother and father … When you met the enemy, he became a real person. But director Marcus Rosenmüller admits that few Germans under 65 would know who the central character is. That day at Fulham he was confronted by the most malicious jibes to date, but he refused to be intimidated. Bert celebrated with the rest of the team and came back to Manchester after X-rays showed no break. From now on measures would be taken to force all German youths between the ages of ten to eighteen to join, because time was running out: war was imminent. Second, German youth must be made ready for war, educated for victory or death. I own absolutely none of these videos.

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The Keeper (2018)

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Trade union leaders were flown to from all parts of Germany. Koenig did not approve of the Nazi Party and before 1933 he would often pass negative comments about Hitler. Almost all the German is spoken early on and in fact that helps the drama - the audience sees that Bert is lost in a world he doesn't understand. Trautmann won five medals for his actions on the Eastern Front, including an First Class. . He was imprisoned near , Belgium, then transferred to a transit camp in , where he was interrogated. In 1934 the party had already issued a proclamation, posted at every street corner.

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Bernhard ('Bert') Trautmann

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Then, when you began taking prisoners, you heard them cry for their mother and father. The match received widespread media attention, as most of the British press were based there; several leading sportswriters watched Trautmann in action for the first time. The German and his team-mates went back to Wembley again in 1956 and played Birmingham But in 1956 they reached the showpiece game again. . He was confirmed as dead minutes after arriving at Stockport infirmary.

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The incredible tale of Bert Trautmann: from Hitler Youth to breaking neck in FA Cup final

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Manchester City: The Complete Record. Only another piece of bone being lodged in it was keeping him alive and even the jolt a car suddenly breaking could have finished him off. I learnt about humanity, tolerance and forgiveness. The following month he joined the soldiers about to take part in. The following year, he won several local junior athletics events and was awarded a certificate for athletic excellence signed by , the President of Germany. Margaret and Bert's love blossoms despite local hostility and resentment of the German PoWs. He married Ursula von der Heyde, a German national, while living in Burma in the 1970s, but divorced in 1982.

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Bert Trautmann: Remembering the Man City Legend as 'The Keeper' Hits UK Cinemas

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Not only was he the first goalkeeper to win, he was the only non-British or Irish player until Dutchman Frans Thijsen in 1981. A short temper also caused occasional problems; he was sent off on more than one occasion. With them I can make a new world. The Official Manchester City Hall of Fame. During this operation he emerged unscathed from a succession of scrapes, including capture by and escape from the Resistance when serving as a dispatch rider, before being taken for the final time as the Allies were mopping up after D-Day.

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Bert Trautmann: From unlikely football hero to film star

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He had a soft spot for Manchester and the North West. While Bert was working in Burma he married a fellow German called Ursula Van der Heyde and for the next decade Mark only saw his dad every two or three years. He was genuinely lucky not to have either died or been permanently paralysed by the injury suffered in the 1956 win over Birmingham City at Wembley. He had been offered repatriation and decided to turn it down in order to stay in England, the country he had grown to love. She plays Trautmann's first wife Margaret.

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Bert Trautmann’s jaw

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The crash broke his neck, but Trautmann finished the game. To this end, he joined the and football club Blau und Weiss. He was portrayed by German actor in the 2018 biopic. A game only played in Germany, it involved two teams of 10 on a small pitch divided into two halves. He played as a centre-half until his teammates convinced him to switch to goalkeeper after he suffered an injury. However, his men were now running short of ammunition and food.

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