Ribbentrop


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Rib·ben·trop

 (rĭb′ən-trŏp′, -trôp′), Joachim von 1893-1946.
German diplomat who as minister of foreign affairs (1938-1945) helped negotiate the German-Soviet Nonaggression Pact of 1939. He was convicted of war crimes at Nuremberg and hanged.

Ribbentrop

(German ˈrɪbəntrɔp)
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(Biography) Joachim von (ˈjoːaxɪm fɔn). 1893–1946, German Nazi politician: foreign minister under Hitler (1938–45). He was hanged after conviction as a war criminal at Nuremberg
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Ribbentrop in Germany, is the number of tubes found within such limited spaces.
1938 - Adolf Hitler assumes office of German war minister and names Joachim von Ribbentrop foreign minister.
However, considering that Nazi Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop - a civilian who used diplomacy to pursue his cause - wasn't spared the noose, Goebbels wouldn't have stood much of a chance.
1945: The Nuremberg War Crimes trial of Nazis, including Hermann Goering, Rudolf Hess, and Joachim von Ribbentrop, began.
They included von Ribbentrop, Rosenberg and Streicher.
WHEN was the foreign minister of Germany, Joachim von Ribbentrop, remember when.
Captured German telegrams showed Hitler's foreign minister Ribbentrop hoped to lure the duke to Spain and offer to put him back on the throne - in return for Britain making peace.
Opposite, quivering in fear, are caricatures of Hitler, Goring and Goebbels (plus German Foreign Minister, Joachim von Ribbentrop, hiding under a table).
His Excellency The Honorable Ambassador Franz von Papen In deepest dedication On nth November 1940 Given by Joachim von Ribbentrop Foreign Minister of the German Reich.
Golf returns to the Olympics later this year following a 112-year absence and, while the sport did not form part of the 1936 Olympiad, because Hitler was keen to display the supreme prowess of his 'Master Race' in sports, he commanded Karl Henkell, president of the German Golf Union and brother-in-law of foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop, to create an international golf tournament.
And it includes a claim that his future wife Wallis had been having an affair with Nazi foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop while he was German Ambassador to Britain in 1936.
Not only was Gleneagles requisitioned as a hospital during WWII but it was all set to become the posh pad of a German called Baron von Ribbentrop - and not in a good way.