Mathilde Friederike Karoline Ludendorff (born Mathilde Spieß; 4 October 1877 – 24 June 1966) was a German psychiatrist. She was a leading figure in the Völkisch movement known for her unorthodox and conspiratorial ideas. Her third husband was General Erich Ludendorff.
Mathilde Friederike Karoline Ludendorff (* 4. Oktober 1877 in Wiesbaden ; † 12. Mai 1966 in Tutzing ; gebürtig Mathilde Spieß , verheiratete und verwitwete von Kemnitz , verheiratete und geschiedene Kleine ) war eine deutsche Lehrerin, Ärztin und Schriftstellerin.
The “Bund für Gotterkenntnis Ludendorff e.V.” (Association for the God-cognition of Ludendorff) was founded in 1930 with the purpose to spread the philosophical cognition of Mathilde Ludendorff and represent its significance by lectures, cultural conferences and promotion of its literature.
…the neurologist and popular philosopher Mathilde von Kemnitz. Ludendorff succumbed completely to this eccentric woman, who regarded him as the real “commander in chief” of the Germans and had developed a belief in the activities of “supernational powers”—Jewry, Christianity, Freemasonry. From then on he joined with his second wife in… Read More
Mathilde Ludendorff (nee Spiess, widowed von Kemnitz, divorced Kleine) was one of the first women who studied medicine in Imperial Germany. She wrote a feminist doctoral thesis, refuted Sigmund Freud's psychoanalysis early in her career, detected the fraud of Albert von Schrenck-Notzing's spirituali …
In 1926, Ludendorff divorced Margarethe Schmidt and married his second wife Mathilde von Kemnitz (1877–1966). They published books and essays claiming that the world's problems were the result of Christianity, especially the Jesuits and Catholics , but also conspiracies by Jews and the Freemasons .