Kommandant Robrecht Neydner was a commander in the Nazi Party who attended the Victory Day parade in Roswell.
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In 1961, Kommandant Neydner visited the Victory Day parade in Roswell, where he had a discussion with Fräulein Alder, a citizen of the town. The conversation ended after Fräulein Adler unknowingly insulted the Führer (by calling Mozart an "impure Austrian"), in which he told her that she will be monitored from now on. His fate is unknown after B.J. set the atom bomb in Area 52, there is a possibility that he left along with everyone else.