Heinrich Himmler

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German Nazi who was chief of the SS and the Gestapo and who oversaw the genocide of six million Jews (1900-1945)


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Gunner William Stewart was serving with 196 Battery, 73rd Anti-tank, Royal Artillery, on Monday, May 21, 1945, when a patrol of five men from the battery caught Heinrich Himmler.
He also interrogated top Nazis including Heinrich Himmler and Hermann Goering and survived arrest by the SS, a torpedo attack and 11 plane crashes.
Quadejacob added that there was also a guest list from the trial run in 1936 which reveals many top-notch Nazis attended the event, including Heinrich Himmler, Reinhard Heydrich, Fritz Todt and Martin Bormann.
Controversial historian David Irving is to hold a talk on SS chief Heinrich Himmler later this month.
A FURIOUS widow has hit back at claims her late husband's daring war exploits, which included escaping from a Nazi PoW camp 200 times and confronting SS chief Heinrich Himmler, were flights of fancy.
At the heart of this approach was Hitler's sidekick Heinrich Himmler and his cult the SS.
The Red Cross expedition, sponsored by the Swedish government and captained by Count Folke Bernadotte, was made possible by secret negotiations between Bernadotte and SS chief Heinrich Himmler and was known for its now iconic white buses, which carried the prisoners to the safety of Sweden between March and May of 1945.
Tan temibles y poderosos son que no hay poder humano que los haga reconocer sus errores, como Heinrich Himmler, jefe de las SS y la Gestapo, en su barbarie nazi.
A subversive novel about a kid who moves from a funky urbanized inner city neighborhood to a place where he attends Heinrich Himmler junior high and is lost among very plastinated people.
Napoleon insisted on taking the relic to Paris in 1803 as a propaganda weapon when he was planning to invade England, while Nazi SS leader Heinrich Himmler spent much of the Second World War plotting to remove it to Berlin.
The Dachau concentration camp, located only 10 miles from the Bavarian capital Munich, was first opened by Heinrich Himmler in June of 1933 to hold political opponents of the Nazi regime.
Clasificado como las SS, Seccion Especial IV-2a, estaba bajo la supervision directa de Heinrich Himmler.
Lantos, a Holocaust survivor, had previously said that visits to Yasukuni were like laying a wreath at the graves of Nazi German leaders like Heinrich Himmler, Rudolf Hess and Hermann Goering.
They had been sent there by Heinrich Himmler, head of the SS.