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Definitions

  1. Himmler was the architect of genocide and of the Holocaust and the Waffen SS was his iprivate armyi, the iblack angelsi.
  2. Himmler was a highly effective administrator and a ruthless and adroit power seeker who was slavishly devoted to Hitler until the final weeks of the war. (Web site)
  3. Himmler, the leader of the SS, was a chief architect of the Final Solution. (Web site)
  4. Himmler, a confidant of the leader Adolf Hitler, organized the Nazi elite forces (SS) and secret police (Gestapo). (Web site)
  5. Himmler, a failed chicken farmer and would-be homeopathic herbalist (every concentration camp had to have a herb garden), was in awe of medics.

Poles

  1. Himmler and Eichmann had taken over the idea of a Madagascar haven for the Jews from the Poles. (Web site)

Chief Architect

  1. Heinrich Himmler, the leader of the SS, was the chief architect of the Final Solution.

Architect

  1. Himmler, head of the Nazi terror police, would become an architect of the Holocaust, which consumed 6 million Jews. (Web site)

Letter

  1. In the letter to Heydrich, Himmler said Germany could not afford to lose or silence Heisenberg as he would be useful for teaching a generation of scientists. (Web site)
  2. In the letter he says, "There is no doubt - I was present as Himmler announced on October 6, 1943, that all Jews would be killed".
  3. Additionally, the bins would allow for other volatile poisons to be employed as suggested by Rascher in his letter to Himmler.

Post

  1. Eicke was appointed by Himmler to the post of the first Inspector of Concentration camps in 1934. (Web site)
  2. His first major post, which he owed to Himmler, was as commandant of Dachau concentration camp.
  3. On 7 November 1939, SS chief Heinrich Himmler offered him the post of Commissioner for the Strengthening of Germandom in Silesia.

End

  1. To this end, Himmler created special task forces within the SS, the Einsatzgruppen, and placed them under the command of Reinhard Heydrich. (Web site)
  2. Himmler visited the camp in 1942 and he watched in detail one processing from beginning to end.
  3. Himmler had no friends at the end, no help from any quarter, and committed suicide after he was captured.

January 1943

  1. On 20 January 1943, Himmler sent a letter to Reich Minister of Transport, Julius Dorpmüller: "need your help and support.
  2. In January 1943, Heinrich Himmler gave instructions for Warsaw to be "Jew free" by Hitler's birthday on 20th April. (Web site)

Red Army

  1. The next month, Heinrich Himmler ordered the crematoria destroyed before the Red Army reached the camp. (Web site)

Escape

  1. Just as Himmler aimed to do, Adolf Hitler would escape from Berlin disguised as a priest. (Web site)
  2. Even the alleged Jew-hating fanatic, Heinrich Himmler, had assisted a certain Professor Fritz Pringsheim, a Jew, with his escape from Germany (Ibid.).

Arrest

  1. Himmler committed suicide in 1945, after his arrest. (Web site)
  2. Hitler promptly stripped Himmler of all offices and ordered his arrest.
  3. Finally, he expelled Himmler from the Nazi Party and ordered his arrest.

Captivity

  1. Himmler was arrested on 22 May by Sergeant Arthur Britton, and in captivity, was soon recognized.

Treason

  1. In the government quarter, Himmler reveals he is secretly negotiating with the Allies, and Fegelein cautions him against treason. (Web site)
  2. Heinrich Himmler had wanted to put Galland on trial for treason himself.

Charge

  1. Heinrich Himmler was not only head of Hitler's SS police, but was also in charge of the death camps in the East. (Web site)
  2. He wanted to be in charge of the x-ray experiments at Auschwitz, but Himmler choose Schumann to be in charge over Brack.
  3. By this time Himmler had taken charge of the situation and has issued orders countermanding Olbricht's mobilisation of Operation Valkyrie.

Evacuation

  1. However, in sound recordings of the speech, Himmler defined evacuation as extermination. (Web site)

Heisenberg

  1. Heisenberg fought back with an editorial and a letter to Himmler, in an attempt to resolve this matter and regain his honour. (Web site)
  2. Heisenberg contacted the mother of Gestapo chief Heinrich Himmler and expressed her concern for her dear Werner. (Web site)
  3. There followed a one-year-long attempt by Heisenberg to obtain exoneration from a family acquaintance, Heinrich Himmler himself.

Corpses

  1. During his visit to Treblinka, Himmler learnt that despite his orders, the corpses of the Jews had been buried and not cremated. (Web site)

Chambers

  1. In early 1943, as the need for labor increased and the gas chambers at Auschwitz became operational, Heinrich Himmler ordered the end of Operation 14f13.

Berger

  1. Berger approached Reichsführer Heinrich Himmler with the proposition, and Himmler soon became an enthusiastic advocate. (Web site)

Mistress

  1. Himmler became friendly with a secretary, Hedwig Potthast, who left her job in 1941 and became his mistress.
  2. At that time Himmler became friendly with a secretary, Hedwig Potthast, who left her job in 1941 and became his mistress.
  3. Martin Bormann had 10 children with his wife and also kept a mistress, while Heinrich Himmler had children with both his wife and mistress.

Ranks

  1. On January 6 1929 Hitler appointed Heinrich Himmler as the leader of the SS, which then had only 280 people among its ranks. (Web site)

Rank

  1. There was never more than one Reichsführer-SS in the SS, with Himmler holding the rank as his personal title and rank from 1934 to 1945. (Web site)

Subordinate

  1. The Head of Reich Security Main Office was subordinate only to Heinrich Himmler as Head of Gestapo and SD, who in turn was subordinate only to Adolf Hitler. (Web site)
  2. For this purpose Globocnik was put in charge of special SS troops, subordinate only to Himmler. (Web site)

Decree

  1. For a while Himmler wished to exempt two tribes and `only' sterilize them, but by 1942 he signed the decree for all Gypsies to be shipped to Auschwitz.

Commander

  1. In his capacity as its commander Globocnik was directly subordinate to Himmler.
  2. Heinrich Himmler, head of the Gestapo and commander of the Nazi Schutzstaffel, approved the marriage.
  3. Heinrich Himmler - Commander of the SS and one of the most powerful men in the Third Reich.

Deputy

  1. Himmler became commander of the Bavarian political police with Heydrich as his deputy. (Web site)
  2. As Heiden attempted to keep the tiny group from going under, he hired a young chicken farmer, named Heinrich Himmler, to serve as his deputy.
  3. German Nazi, head of the Sicherheitsdienst (SD), the party's security service, and Heinrich Himmler 's deputy.

Interior Minister

  1. Stuckart served briefly as Interior Minister after the fall of Heinrich Himmler in 1945. (Web site)

Interior

  1. Initially, as Minister of the Interior, he was head of all German police forces, a post he lost in 1936 to Heinrich Himmler.
  2. By the time Himmler was appointed Minister of the Interior (25 August 1943) the Third Reich was losing the war. (Web site)

Mass Killings

  1. Himmler does not mention gas chambers, or death camps, or specifically to mass killings.

Genocide

  1. London, 1965), the policy of genocide "seems to have been arrived at" after "secret discussions" between Hitler and Himmler (p. (Web site)
  2. The architect of the genocide of European Jews, Heinrich Himmler, preferred that the matter not be discussed in public. (Web site)

Killing

  1. Himmler immediately carried out a reprisal, killing the entire male population in the village of Lidice. (Web site)
  2. Himmler immediately carried out a brutal reprisal, killing the entire male population in the village of Lidice and scattering the women and children.
  3. He even defied his chief, Himmler, who at the end of 1944 finally commanded the killing to stop. (Web site)

Suicide

  1. When Hitler discovered this, Himmler was declared a traitor and stripped of all his titles and ranks the day before Hitler committed suicide. (Web site)
  2. In the Testament, completed the day before he committed suicide, he declared Himmler and Göring to be traitors.
  3. Himmler attempted to escape, but was arrested by British troops in May, 1945, and committed suicide by swallowing poison. (Web site)

Uuml

  1. This was along the lines of the racial theories espoused by SS Reichsführer Heinrich Himmler.
  2. Another ambitious Nazi, SS Reichsf ü hrer Heinrich Himmler, soon set his sights on the Gestapo. (Web site)
  3. Karl Hanke is best known as the last Reichsführer-SS, replacing Heinrich Himmler on April 20, 1945. (Web site)

Munich

  1. Heinrich L. Himmler was born in Munich to a Bavarian middle-class family.
  2. Schäfer arrived in Munich on August 4, 1939, and was greeted personally by Himmler, who presented him a Totenkopfring.
  3. In 1919, a year after World War I had ended, Himmler began studying agriculture at a technical college in Munich.

Hans Frank

  1. He also describes a Thule Society membership roll including Hans Frank and Heinrich Himmler as "spurious".
  2. Hans Frank (right) hosts Heinrich Himmler during a visit to Kraków in 1940.

Nazi Germany

  1. Heinrich Himmler (October 7, 1900 – May 23, 1945) was the commander of the German Schutzstaffel and one of the most powerful men in Nazi Germany.
  2. Heinrich Himmler was to become one of the most feared men in Nazi Germany and Europe once World War Two broke out.

Power

  1. However, Himmler wanted to keep a separation of power so Eicke remained in command of the SS-TV and camp operations.
  2. At Gestapo headquarters there were concerns the Army might even attack the place in an attempt break the power of Himmler and Heydrich.
  3. When the Nazi Party took power, Himmler sought to create an Aryan knighthood in the shape of the SS.

Adolf Hitler

  1. Heinrich Himmler wrote to the gauleiters that the Feurher, Adolf Hitler, had given him the order to rid Europe of its Jews from West to East, by stages. (Web site)
  2. On January 6, 1929, Adolf Hitler appointed Heinrich Himmler as the leader of the SS, and by the end of 1932, the SS had 52,000 members. (Web site)
  3. Heinrich Himmler was head of the SS in Germany during the Chancellorship of Adolf Hitler.

Poland

  1. At the same time, Himmler had begun his project to depopulate large areas of Poland of Poles and Jews, and repopulate them with ethnic Germans.
  2. July 19, 1942 - Himmler orders Operation Reinhard, mass deportations of Jews in Poland to extermination camps. (Web site)
  3. In 1938 and 1939, Austria and Czechoslovakia were brought under control and the invasion of Poland prepared (Hitler-Stalin pact, Operation Himmler).

World War

  1. Later in 1945, Himmler committed suicide with cyanide when he became a captive of the British Army after Germany had lost World War II. (Web site)
  2. Only Hitler, Himmler, and Lutze are shown in the march to the World War I cenotaph, where they laid a wreath.
  3. During World War II, under the orders of Heinrich Himmler, extermination camps were built during a later phase of the program of annihilation. (Web site)

Heinrich

  1. Adolf Hitler with Heinrich Himmler, chief of the SS (charged with rounding up Jews, Gypsies and so-called "enemies of the state").
  2. Heinrich Himmler, leader of the SS, later the SA, as well as the Gestapo, key figure in the Holocaust and the "Final Solution". (Web site)
  3. Heinrich Himmler (left), leader of the SS (responsible for rounding up Jews), with Adolf Hitler (right).

Holocaust

  1. Most commentators agree that commitment to Hitler’s murderous racism made Himmler the mastermind of genocide and the Holocaust.
  2. And, though there was no single military unit in charge of the Holocaust, the SS under Himmler was the closest.
  3. And, though there was no single military unit in charge of the Holocaust, the Schutzstaffel under Himmler was the closest. (Web site)

Police Units

  1. SS and police units carry out orders from Himmler to murder the surviving Jews in Lublin District, including the remaining Jewish prisoners at Majdanek.

Staff

  1. Rudin and his staff, as part of the Task Force of Heredity Experts chaired by SS chief Heinrich Himmler, drew up the sterilization law. (Web site)

Adjutant

  1. Peiper had been an adjutant to Heinrich Himmler and as a battalion commander in Russia is alleged to have burned two villages and killed all the inhabitants.

Reinhard Heydrich

  1. Hitler was a frequent visitor, as was Nazi propaganda minister Josef Goebbels, SS chief Heinrich Himmler, and his security police leader, Reinhard Heydrich.
  2. Heinrich Himmler ordered Reinhard Heydrich to put a stop to all demonstrations and to protect the Jews from the demonstrators. (Web site)
  3. Heinrich Himmler, together with his right-hand man, Reinhard Heydrich, consolidated the power of the organization.

Schutzstaffel

  1. The Schutzstaffel (SS) under the leadership of Himmler grew rapidly during the next few years, replacing the SA as the dominant force in Germany.
  2. Heinrich Himmler was the commander of the Schutzstaffel and the Gestapo.
  3. Frick was involved in a struggle with Heinrich Himmler and the Schutzstaffel (SS) and in 1943 lost his job as Minister of the Interior. (Web site)

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