Himmler


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Himm·ler

 (hĭm′lər), Heinrich 1900-1945.
German Nazi leader. Second in power to Hitler, he directed the Nazi elite forces, the SS (1929-1945); commanded the Third Reich's police and secret police, the Gestapo (1936-1945); and coordinated the operation of the concentration and extermination camps (1941-1945). Captured by the British, he killed himself.

Himmler

(German ˈhɪmlər)
n
(Biography) Heinrich (ˈhainrɪç). 1900–45, German Nazi leader, head of the SS and the Gestapo (1936–45); committed suicide

Himm•ler

(ˈhɪm lər)

n.
Heinrich, 1900–45, German Nazi leader.
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Precisely 72 years ago today, on January 30, 1946, Charles Dubost, the Deputy Chief Prosecutor for the French Republic before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, read into the record a document dated February 14, 1944, from Hermann Goering to Heinrich Himmler that read in relevant part:
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he diary of Nazi SS leader Heinrich Himmler was discovered filed in an archive in Russia.
The story of the lost treasure fascinated Hitler, who sent Heinrich Himmler, the chief of the SS, and a team of Nazi archaeologists to try to find the hidden Roman riches.
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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.
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Recounting a meeting between Himmler and Hitler in Berlin in February 1943, Edmund Glaise von Horstenau, a Wehrmacht general, noted that Himmler had expressed his disdain for Christianity, while finding Islam "very admirable.
He also interrogated top Nazis including Heinrich Himmler and Hermann Goering and survived arrest by the SS, a torpedo attack and 11 plane crashes.