Authorities

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  1. Njemačka narodna zajednica u nezaviznoj državi Hrvatskoj

    • The German National Community in the Independent State of Croatia

    1941-1945

  2. Abetz Otto

    26/03/1903

    05/05/1958

    German ambassador in Paris since August 1940.

  3. Abromeit Franz

    08/08/1907

    30/06/1964

    Judenberater of Eichmann. SS-Hauptsturmführer in the Reichssicherheitshauptamt.

  4. Adler Hans Günther

    • Adler, Hans Günther. | Panorama

    02/07/1910

    21/08/1988

  5. Alexianu Gheorghe

    • Alexianu, Gheorghe, 1897-1946

    1897

    1946

    Romanian jurist and Gouverneur of Transnistria 1941-1944, 1946 as war criminal sentenced to death.

  6. Allers Dietrich

    • Allers, Dietrich 20. Jh.

    17/05/1910

    22/03/1975

    T4. NSDAP/SA. Jurist, Oberregierungsrat (1943), SA-Sturmbannführer (1944). Since Jan 1941 manager (Geschäftsführer) of the "Euthanasia" Center T4. Spring 1944 appointed head of Aktion Reinhard in Trieste, responsible for combatting partisans and Jews. 20.12.1968 sentenced to 8 years of imprisonment by LG Frankfurt a.M. for complicity to murder of at least 34,549 people.

  7. Alter Avraham Mordechai

    • Alter, Abraham Mordecai, 1866-1948
    • ʾAlṭer, ʾAvraham Mordeḵay, 1866-1948
    • Alter, Abraham Mordechai, 1866-1948
    • ʾAdumur mi-Gur, 1866-1948
    • Alter, Abraham Mordechaj (1866-1948).
    • ...

    1865

    03/06/1948

    Rabbi. Escaped to Palestine in 1940.

  8. Alter Victor

    • Alter, Victor

    07/02/1890

    17/02/1943

    Jewish socialist activist and publicist of the BUND, arrested by NKVD and in July 1941 sentenced to death twice and executed in 1941 or 1943 for "spying for Hitler".

  9. Anders Wladyslaw

    • Anders, Władysław, n. 1892
    • Anders, Władysław, 1892-1970
    • Anders, W.
    • Anders, Wladyslaw.
    • Anders, Wł.
    • ...

    11/08/1892

    12/05/1970

    Commanding officer of the Polish army in the Middle East and Italy during World War II who became a leading figure among the anticommunist Poles who refused to return to their homeland after the war.

  10. Anielewicz Mordecai

    • Anielewicz, Mordecai, 1919-1943
    • Anilevits, Mordekhai, 1919-1943
    • Anilevitch, Mordechai, 1919-1943
    • Anielewicz, Mordchaj, 1919-1943
    • אניליביץ׳, מרדכי, 1919־1943
    • ...

    01/01/1919

    08/05/1943

    Principal leader of armed Jewish resistance in the Warsaw ghetto during World War II. Active in a pro-Soviet group of young Zionists, Hashomer Hatzair. Set up an underground newspaper, Neged Hazerem (“Against the Stream”), and organized cultural and educational activities. Commanded the armed resistance organisation Jewish Fighting Organization (Żydowska Organizacja Bojowa; ŻOB).

  11. Antonescu Ion

    • Antonescu, Ion, 1882-1946
    • Antonescu, Jon 1882-1946
    • Antonescu, Ion. 1882-1946
    • Antonescu-Hitler, ... 1882-1946
    • Antonescu, I. 1882-1946
    • ...

    15/07/1882

    01/06/1946

    Marshal and statesman who became dictator of the pro-German government during World War II. 1940 Prime minister with absolute powers, established a military dictatorship and openly embraced the Axis powers. In the summer of 1941, Antonescu ordMarshal and statesman who became dictator of the pro-German government during World War II. 1940 Prime minister with absolute powers, established a military dictatorship and openly embraced the Axis powers. In the summer of 1941, Antonescu ordered the expulsion of 150,000 Jews from Bessarabia, Bukovina, and the Dorohoi district, survivors of earlier ma...

  12. Apeloig Georges

    01/01/1908

    1949

    Rabbi. Director of the children's home "Séjour des Voisins".

  13. Arajs Viktor

    • Arājs, Viktors 1910-1988
    • Arajs, Viktor Bernhard 1910-1988
    • Arājs, Victors 1910-1988
    • Arajs, Victor 1910-1988
    • Arajs, Viktors

    13/01/1910

    Führer of the Latvian hit squad Arajas. 21.12.1979 sentenced to life by LG Hamburg for participating in the murder ("gemeinschaftlicher Mord") of 13 000 people.

  14. Arlozorov Chaim

    • Arlosoroff, Chaim
    • Arlozorof, Ḥayim
    • Arlozoroff, Haim
    • Arlosoroff, Chaim, 1899-1933
    • Arlosoroff, Victor, 1899-1933
    • ...

    1899

    A Zionist leader of the Yishuv during the British Mandate for Palestine, prior to the establishment of the State of Israel, and head of the Political Department of the Jewish Agency. In 1933, Arlosoroff was assassinated in Tel Aviv.

  15. Archbishop Stephan

    19/09/1878

    14/05/1957

    Righteous Among the Nations for the rescue of the 800 Jews through negotiations with the King of Bulgaria ; Head of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church in Sofia during the Holocaust.

  16. Asche Kurt

    • Asche, Kurt Heinrich, 1909-

    11/09/1909

    1998

    War crime trials Kiel. 1935 SD-Hauptamt Berlin, Abt. II B Judenreferat, 1941 SS-Obersturmführer, Nov 1941 with Sipo Brussels, Judenreferat.

  17. Auerswald Heinz

    26/07/1908

    05/12/1970

    Kommissar für den jüdischen Wohnbezirk (Commissioner for the Jewish residential district) (Ghetto) in Warsaw.

  18. Bach-Zelewski Erich von dem

    • Bach, Erich ˜von demœ 1899-1972
    • Bach-Zelewski, Erich von dem, 1899-1972
    • Zelewski, Erich von dem Bach-, 1899-1972
    • Bach-Zalewski, Erich von dem, 1899-1972
    • Zalewski, Erich von dem Bach- 1899-1972
    • ...

    01/03/1899

    08/03/1972

    SS-Obergruppenführer , General der Polizei (General of police) (1944). 1938 Höherer SS- und Polizeiführer in Silesia, 1941 HSSPF Russland-Mitte, head of Einsatzgruppe B. Since 21 June 1943 Bevollmächtigter des Reichsführer-SS zur Bandenbekämpfung (murder of Jews and partisans). 1944 suppression of the Warsaw Uprising. End of 1944/1945 Stabschef des Befehlshabers des Ersatzheeres. In the Nuremberg Trials crown witness for the prosecution. Sentenced to life for the murder of three communists in 1961.

  19. Baeck Leo

    23/05/1873

    02/11/1956

    Rabbi, president of the Reichsvertretung der deutschen Juden (renamed the Reichsvertretung der Juden in Deutschland after the Nuremberg Laws were passed in 1935), sent to Terezin aged 70.

  20. Baer Richard

    • Baer, Richard
    • Baer, Richard 1911-1963
    • Baer, Richard
    • Baer, Richard 1911-1963

    09/09/1911

    17/06/1963

    KZ-Kommandant, SS-Sturmbannführer (1944). Commander of Auschwitz since the end of 1944, after its evacuation (January 1945) appointed commander of the Mittelbau-Dora concentration camp.