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German Nazi architect who worked for Hitler (1905-1981)

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Albert Speer in his memoirs claimed that Hitler had blocked mass production of the Me 262 until early in 1944.
This was known as the Special Programme Prof Speer and its purpose was Implementation of Special Treatment - Nazi code for mass murder," she added.
Replay was the only solution that overcame these issues," says Speer.
We designed our own modifications to the standard pump units and worked with Jetstream of Houston LLP on the engineering and manufacturing," Speer explained.
Harrogate Magistrates' Court was told Speer had been drinking wine at the wake of "a very close friend" in North Rigton, near Harrogate, but decided he was still fit to drive the short distance home.
Moore is the team's starting quarterback, Lemma tied a school record with 31 consecutive starts at defensive end earlier this year, Smith leads the team with nine sacks and Speer will make his first college start after appearing in all 13games this year.
KOA Speer Electronics is a QS 9000, ISO 9002 certified company that has been serving the electronics industry since 1980.
Speer Fiberoptics was attracted to Executive Suites primarily for its versatile lease structures.
Clearly there's a desire and a practice of increasing disclosure," said Eric Speer, managing principal for the Americas region at Tillinghast-Towers Perrin.
45 Auto 200 grain TMJ/FP features a newly-designed flat-point Speer bullet.
Albert Speer was Adolf Hitler's intimate and trusted friend.
Masterplanned by Albert Speer at his most Brobdingnagian, a parkland site to the south-east of Nuremberg was selected to form an appropriately heroic backdrop to the spectacle of Nazi rallies, staged there every September until 1938 in a series of monumental stadia, barracks, fields and grandstands.
Speer restores the Presbyterian mission leader, ecumenist, and churchman to his rightful place at the center of early twentieth-century American Protestantism.
In scrapping the annual gala, AFH has developed a marketing strategy whereby Investment of a Lifetime stocks can be purchased for $1,000 a share, said Chief Executive Officer Sara Speer Selber.
By any reckoning, Speer was the foremost North American missions leader during the first half of the twentieth century.