Heinrich Himmler


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Noun1.Heinrich Himmler - German Nazi who was chief of the SS and the Gestapo and who oversaw the genocide of six million Jews (1900-1945)Heinrich Himmler - 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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A Joseph Stalin B Adolf Hitler C Heinrich Himmler D Joseph Goebbels 6.
The directory, which possibly belonged to Adolf Hitler, includes contact details for SS monster Heinrich Himmler, Luftwaffe boss Hermann Goering and propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels.
Among them are Heinrich Himmler, Hitler's deputy: from boyhood to chief murderer of the Jews; African war crimes and the pursuit of international justice; Western war criminals: McNamara, Kissinger, Bush, and Blair; Ariel Sharon: Israel's war crimes general; Bangladesh: a country looks backward; the killing fields: Cambodia, Pol Pot, and the Khmer Rouge; and war crimes can be committed when human rights are pursued by making war.
A Heinrich Himmler B Rudolph Hess C Martin Bormann D Josef Goebbels 10.
The foundation is the brainchild of its co-founders Vanessa Lapa and Tomer Eliav, the director and sound designer, respectively, of The Decent One, an award-winning documentary about the private life of Heinrich Himmler, the Nazi Reichsfuhrer-SS who orchestrated the butchery of European Jewry.
1945: Heinrich Himmler, Hitler's minister of the interior, committed suicide.
When Heinrich Himmler (Eddie Marsan), head of the SS, decides to come for an unexpected visit with a large platoon of Nazis in tow, the stage is set for a breathtaking showdown.
Incredibly, before Rosa fled Berlin, she ended up in the audience at a Nazi rally at which Hitler and his henchmen Heinrich Himmler and Hermann Goering whipped the crowd into a frenzy.
he diary of Nazi SS leader Heinrich Himmler was discovered filed in an archive in Russia.
It examines the theory that many members of the Nazi high command, including both Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Himmler, were members of a secret society that held top secret meetings and rituals at Wewelsburg Castle in Germany.
FILE - In this 1938 file photo Heinrich Himmler, second right, chief of secret police and Dr.
And he served in World War II; his most notable wartime deeds include his participating in the liberation of the Belsen concentration camp, interrogating Hermann Georing, and identifying a captive Heinrich Himmler.