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Conrad Schumann

Birthday: March 28, 1942 (56 years) Died: , 1998 (25 years Ago in Germany)

HomeTown: Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Conrad Schumann is a German citizen who is most known for leaping over the Berlin Wall into West Germany when it was still being built in 1961. As a result of this act, he became a symbol of resistance against the tyranny that existed throughout the Cold War. Before making his now-famous jump, he had been a member of the East German Army for a number of years. Conrad Schumann was born on March 28, 1942 in Berlin, Germany. Conrad Schumann died on , 1998 at the age of 56 years in Germany. Check below for more deets about Conrad Schumann. This page will put a light upon the Conrad Schumann bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, dating, trivia, photos, lesser-known facts, and more.

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Conrad Schumann Profile Information
Stage Name Conrad Schumann
Real Name Conrad Schumann
Profession(s) War Hero,
Birthday March 28, 1942
Zodiac Sign Aries
Death Died on , 1998 (25 years ago) (Age: 56 years) in Germany
Gender Male
Birthplace Berlin, Germany
Hometown Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Nationality German

Conrad Schumann Family

Father: Not Available
Mother: Not Available
Brother(s): Not Available
Sister(s): Not Available

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Conrad Schumann Trivia

  • Conrad Schumann was born in Berlin, Germany.
  • Conrad Schumann’s birth sign is Aries.
  • Eighteen years old at the time, he signed up to serve in the Bereitschaftspolizei (the East German State Police).
  • Peter Leibing, a well-known German photographer, was the one who took the shot that documented Schumann’s escape from East to West Germany. The photograph that was produced as a consequence is now widely regarded as one of the most iconic illustrations of the time period known as the Cold War.
  • He and his wife Kunigunde eventually made their home in Bavaria, which was then a part of West Germany.

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