Authorities

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Authority Type: Person
  1. Konrad von Preysing

    • Konrad von Preysing Lichtenegg-Moos
    • Konrad Graf von Preysing
    • Johann Konrad Maria Augustin Felix, Graf von Preysing Lichtenegg-Moos
  2. László Endre

    • Endre, László
    • Endre, László 1895-1946

    1895

    28/03/1946

    Hungarian extreme right-wing politician, administrative expert, one of the most influential antisemitic public figures in wartime Hungary. He served as the subprefect of Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kiskun County from 1938 to 1944. In March 1944, he was appointed undersecretary of state of the Ministry of the Interior, and as such was primarily responsible for the deportation of the Hungarian Jews. He was a government commissioner for the military operational zone under the Szálasi government. He was sentenced to death and executed after the war.

  3. Petur Izraelevich Gabe

  4. Asen Grigorov Suitchmezov

  5. P. Stefanov

  6. Pohl Oswald

    • Pohl, Oswald
    • Pohl, Ludwig Oswald, 1892-1951
    • Pohl, Oswald, 1892-1951

    30/06/1892

    08/06/1951

    Chief of the SS Economic and Administrative Dept (1942-) ( SS-Wirtschafts- und Verwaltungshauptamt ). Responsible for sending valuables, clothes and hair from gassed Jewish inmates to Germany

  7. Ernst Röhm

    • Ernst Roehm

    Head of the SA Staff

  8. Sigmund Rascher

  9. Frank Hans

    • Frank, Hans, 1900-1946
    • Frank, Hans M., 1900-1946
    • Frank, Hans
    • Frank, Hans Michael
    • Frank.
    • ...

    23/05/1900

    16/10/1946

    Reichsrechtsführer. Hitler's lawyer, leading jurist in the Third Reich. Since 25 Oct 1939 Generalgouverneur of occupied Poland.

  10. Kube Wilhelm

    • Kube, Wilhelm 1887-1943
    • Kube, W.
    • Kube, Wilhelm, 1887-
    • Kube, Wilhelm

    13/11/1887

    23/09/1943

  11. Sheptytsky Andrei

    • Šeptic'kij, Andrej (1865-1944).
    • Szeptycki, Roman Aleksander.
    • Sheptytsʹkyĭ, Andriĭ, 1865-1944
    • Sheptytsky, Andrei
    • Шептицький, Андрей, 1865-1944
    • ...

    1865

    1944

    Head of the Greek Catholic church in Southeast Poland. Leader of the Ukranian nationalist movement in Poland during WWII.

  12. Nedic Milan

    • Nedić, Milan
    • Nedić, Milan Đ., 1877-1946
    • Недић, Милан Ђ., 1877-1946
    • Nedić, Milan Đ., 1878-1946
    • Недић, Милан Ђ., 1878-1946
    • ...

    1877

    1946

    General. Prime Minister of the Nazi-backed Serbian puppet government.

  13. Frick Wilhelm

    • Frick, Wilhelm, 1877-1946
    • Fulike 1877-1946
    • Frick, Wilhelm.

    12/03/1877

    16/10/1946

    Minister of the Interior, Bulgaria, 1940-1943.

  14. Himmler Heinrich

    • Himmler, Heinrich, 1900-1945
    • Himmler, Heinrich Luitpold, 1900-1945
    • Gimmler, Genrich 1900-1945
    • Himmler, Heini, 1900-1945
    • Gimmler, Genrikh, 1900-1945
    • ...

    07/10/1900

    23/05/1945

    Various positions, most influential: Reichsführer SS (RFSS), head of the Deutsche Polizei (German police), directly subordinated to Hitler. Also: "Reichskommissar für die Festigung Deutschen Volkstums" (RKF) for the Occupied Eastern Territories, since 25 Aug 1943 also Minister of the Interior, and since 1944 additionally commander of the reserve army (Befehlshaber des Ersatzheeres).

  15. Hitler Adolf

    • Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945
    • Hitler.
    • Hitler, Adolph, 1889-1945
    • Khitker, Adolf, 1889-1945
    • Hitler, Adolf
    • ...

    20/04/1889

    30/04/1945

    Führer and Reichskanzler, since 04.02.1938 Oberbefehlshaber der Wehrmacht.

  16. Göring Hermann

    • Göring, Hermann, 1893-1946
    • Goering, Hermann, 1893-1946
    • Goering 1893-1946
    • Göring, Hermann Wilhelm
    • Goering, Hermann Wilhelm
    • ...

    12/01/1893

    15/10/1946

    Reichsmarschall. One of the main leaders of the Nazi state. Headed the Air Ministry and air force (Luftwaffe) and minister in charge of the Four Year Plan.

  17. Oswald Mosley

    British fascist leader.

  18. Otto Dietrich

    31 August 1897 - 22 November 1952

  19. Bormann Martin

    • Bormann, Martin 1900-1959?
    • Bormann, Martin, 1900-1945?
    • Borman, Martin, 1900-1945
    • Bormann, Martin
    • ボアマン, マルティン

    17/06/1900

    02/05/1945

    Leiter (Head) of Polizeikanzlei of the NSDAP in a rank of a Reichsminister. One of the people closest to Hitler. Suicide.