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Robert Oelbermann (24.4.1896-29.3.1941). Founder of Nerother Bund, perhaps he was the prisoner of Dachau with whom Otto was accused of fraternizing during his time there (circa 1937). Died in Dachau. On the photo at right
Karl Oelbermann (24.4.1896-9.10.1974), otherwise known as 'King Oelb'. Twin brother of Robert Oelbermann. Initiator(?) for Otto Rahn Monument building in Hunsrück (1964), leader of Nerother Bund. On the photo at left
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Monument to Rahn in Burg Waldeck (Hunsrück). Rahn and Wandervogel

V.: I have a question. Richard mentions the monument to Otto in the forest of the Hunsruck. Have anyone some pictures? Or the precise coordinates? I have not found any mentions about.
By the way - I don't like the inscription on it “Caution – these ways lead astray!”
It's not so simple)

Richard Stanley: Ave V. - You are right, mon frere. It is not so simple! The monument is a round stone bank in the courtyard of the seat of the Nerother Bund, a deeply conservative branch of the German youth movement known as the 'Wandervogel' whose headquarters can be found in Burg Waldeck in the forest of Hunsruck. As far as I know there are no photographs available on the web of this curious construction.