Josef Mengele, M.D., Ph.D. ( March 16, 1911– February 7, 1979) was a Nazi German physician who performed experiments that were condemned as murderously sadistic on prisoners in Auschwitz during World War II. He personally selected over 400,000 prisoners to die in gas chambers in Auschwitz. After the war he escaped Germany and lived covertly abroad until his eventual accidental death in Brazil, which was later confirmed using DNA testing on his remains. ...more on Wikipedia about "Josef Mengele"
Josef Antonius Heinrich Terboven ( May 23, 1898 - May 8, 1945) was a Nazi leader most known for his brutal leadership during the Nazi occupation of Norway. ...more on Wikipedia about "Josef Terboven"
Joseph Berchtold ( March 6, 1897– August 23, 1962), a former stationary salesman, succeeded Julius Schreck as Reichsführer SS in 1926. He was considered to be more dynamic than his predecessor, but was still unable to keep the Party organisers at bay. After much in-fighting he resigned in 1927 and was replaced by his deputy Erhard Heiden. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joseph Berchtold"
Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels ( October 29, 1897 – May 1, 1945) was Adolf Hitler's Propaganda Minister (see Propagandaministerium) in Nazi Germany. Following Hitler's death he served as Chancellor for one day, approved the murder of his own six children and committed suicide. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joseph Goebbels"
Julius Lippert ( July 9, 1895 - June 30, 1956) was a German politician in the Nazi party. ...more on Wikipedia about "Julius Lippert"
Karl Brandt ( January 8, 1904 – June 2, 1948) was the personal physician to Adolf Hitler and headed the administration of the Nazi euthanasia programme from 1939. As Major General Reich Commissioner for Health and Sanitation he was involved in human experimentation, along with his deputy Werner Heyde and others. ...more on Wikipedia about "Karl Brandt"
Karl Fiehler ( August 31, 1895 in Braunschweig - December 8, 1969 in Dießen/ Ammersee) was a politician of the German Nazi-Party (NSDAP) and Lord Mayor of Munich from 1933 until 1945. ...more on Wikipedia about "Karl Fiehler" Be happy with shortopedia
Karl Genzken (born on June 8, 1895 in Preetz, Holstein), a physician, he conducted human experiments on prisoners of several concentration camps. He was a Major General of the Waffen- SS and the Chief of the Medical Office of the Waffen-SS. He was tried as a war criminal in the Doctors' Trial at Nuremberg. ...more on Wikipedia about "Karl Genzken"
Karl-August Hanke ( August 24, 1903– May, 1945) was a Nazi Party official who served as Gauleiter of Lower Silesia from 1940 to 1945 and was also a key member of Joseph Goebbels's Propagandaministerium throughout the years of the Third Reich. He was a Reserve Wehrmacht officer, serving in the German Army from 1940 to 1944 and was also a member of the Allgemeine-SS (General SS). During the French campaign of 1940, Hanke served in Erwin Rommel's 7.Panzer-Division, on occasion even saving his general's life when he and the general had suddenly driven into a large force of French bicycle troops. ...more on Wikipedia about "Karl Hanke"
:For the classical music radio host, see Karl Haas. ...more on Wikipedia about "Karl Hass"
Karl Otto Koch ( August 2, 1897 - April 5, 1945), a colonel of German Schutzstaffel ( SS), was the first commandant of the Nazi concentration camp at Buchenwald (from 1937 to 1941), and later at Lublin ( Majdanek camp). ...more on Wikipedia about "Karl Otto Koch"
Klaus Barbie, the Butcher of Lyon ( October 25, 1913 – September 25, 1991) was a Nazi war criminal and drug trafficker. He held the rank of Hauptsturmführer in the German SS and the Gestapo (secret police) during the Nazi regime. He took part in intelligence activities after the war, working for the British and the CIA, and then went hiding in Bolivia, in 1955. There, he used the alias Klaus Altmann. In 1980, he took part in the 'Cocaine Coup' of Luis García Meza Tejada. Arrested in 1983, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in July 1987, and died in 1991. ...more on Wikipedia about "Klaus Barbie"
Kleo Pleyer was a Nazi politician and historian. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kleo Pleyer"
Konstantin Hierl ( February 24, 1875- September 23, 1955) was a major figure in the administration of the Third Reich, and head of the Reichsarbeitsdienst as well as an associate of Adolf Hitler before he came to power. ...more on Wikipedia about "Konstantin Hierl"
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Konstantin Freiherr von Neurath ( February 2, 1873 – August 14, 1956) was a German diplomat, Foreign Minister of Germany ( 1932- 1938) and Reichsprotektor (nazi representative in the Czech puppet state) of Bohemia and Moravia ( 1939- 1943). ...more on Wikipedia about "Konstantin von Neurath"
Nazi Party (NSDAP) leaders and officials ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Nazi Party leaders and officials"
Ludolf von Alvensleben ( March 17, 1901, Halle - March 17, 1970) was a Nazi official with the rank of SS- Gruppenführer and major general of the police ( 1943). ...more on Wikipedia about "Ludolf von Alvensleben"
Obersturmbannführer Manfred von Knobelsdorff (born 15 June 1892 in Berlin-Spandau) oversaw much of Wewelsburg Castle from February 12th 1935 through January 24 1938, where he presided over several ceremonies. At some point during this period, Siegfried Taubert temporarily succeeded von Knobelsdorff. ...more on Wikipedia about "Manfred von Knobelsdorff"
Dr. Martin Luther ( 1895– 1945) was a German diplomat, and an early member of the National Socialist Party. He served as an advisor to Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop, first in the Dienststelle Ribbentrop (Ribbentrop Bureau), and later in the Auswartiges Amt (Foreign Ministry) when von Ribbentrop replaced Konstantin von Neurath. ...more on Wikipedia about "Martin Luther (diplomat)"
Max Kögel ( 1895- 1946) was a German concentration camp officer during World War II. He was camp commandant of the Majdanek concentration camp and Flossenbürg concentration camp. After the war, he was imprisoned and committed suicide shortly after being sentenced to death. ...more on Wikipedia about "Max Kögel"
Odilo Globocnik ( April 21, 1904 - May 31, 1945) was a prominent Austrian Nazi and later an SS leader. ...more on Wikipedia about "Odilo Globocnik"
SS-Gruppenführer Otto Hofmann ( March 16 1896-1982) of Nazi Germany's "Race and Settlement Main Office", was present at the Wannsee Conference planning the Holocaust against the Jews. ...more on Wikipedia about "Otto Hofmann"
Otto Johann Maximilian Strasser ( September 10 1897 - August 27 1974) was a German politician and left-wing member of the Nazi party who rejected Adolf Hitler's ideas and formed his own faction, along with his brother, Gregor Strasser. ...more on Wikipedia about "Otto Strasser"
The Militärbefehlshaber, Nazi commander of France, Otto von Stülpnagel was an opponent of the plan to eliminate the world Jewry - despite his beliefs that the French Resistance was made up primarily of Jews. - claiming he felt it betrayed and tarnished the German reputation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Otto von Stülpnagel"
Paul Blobel ( August 13, 1894 - June 8, 1951) was a SS- Standartenführer and a member of the SD. Born in the city of Potsdam, he participated in the First World War, where by all accounts he served well and was decorated with an Iron Cross first class. After the war, Blobel studied architecture and exercised this profession from 1924 until 1931, where upon losing his job, he joined the Nazi party and enrolled into the SS. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paul Blobel" This article is made for shortopedia
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