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Karl Weinrich – He was Gauleiter of Gau Electoral Hesse from 1928 to 1943 and an Obergruppenführer in the National Socialist Motor Corp (NSKK). Labor: Bush's 'Job-friendly' Economy isn't Worker Friendly". Zmag. ZNet. May 6, 2007. Archived from the original on 2007-05-06. Martin Heidegger – Eminent philosopher; NSDAP member who supported Hitler after he became Chancellor in 1933. Gustav Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach – Ran the Friedrich Krupp AG heavy industry conglomerate from 1909 until 1941; Nazi party financier, Succeeded by his son Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach. Robert Heinrich Wagner – A participant in the Beer Hall Putsch, he was Gauleiter of Gau Baden from 1925 and Reichsstatthalter of Baden. He was also Chief of Civil Administration for occupied Alsace from 1940 to 1944 and an NSKK- Obergruppenführer.

Walter Buch – Jurist, Reichsleiter, Chairman of the Uschla 1927–1933 and Supreme Party Judge 1934–1945. He was an SS- Obergruppenführer. Gustav Simon – Gauleiter of Gau Moselland from 1931 and Chief of Civil Administration in Luxembourg from 1940 to 1944. He was an NSKK- Obergruppenführer. Leni Riefenstahl – German photographer, actress and film director who, in close collaboration with the Nazi Party, produced major films of Nazi propaganda, including Triumph of the Will and Olympia. Another one of Hitler's most trusted associates had been Joseph Goebbels, who despite posing for a picture in 1910 as an innocent-looking 12-years-old, turned into one of the most spiteful propaganda machines the world has ever seen..Hermann Göring – Hitler's designated successor (until expelled from office by Hitler in late April 1945); President of the Reichstag; Minister President and Interior Minister of Prussia; Reich Aviation Minister; Luftwaffe Commander-in-Chief; Delegate for the Four Year Plan; and Chairman of the Council of Ministers for the Defense of the Reich. As Reichsmarschall, the highest-ranking military officer in the Third Reich; sole holder of the Grand Cross of the Iron Cross; sentenced to death by the Nuremberg Tribunal but committed suicide hours before his scheduled hanging; World War I veteran as ace fighter pilot; participated in the Beer Hall Putsch; founder of the Gestapo. Matthias Kleinheisterkamp – SS- Obergruppenführer; divisional leader of SS divisions Das Reich and Nord. Inside Israel's 'lioness' hit squad: How all-female elite unit of just 13 soldiers 'killed nearly 100 Hamas gunmen' - led by fearless colonel who shot terrorist in the face at point-blank range Adolf Ziegler – Hitler's favorite painter, tasked with the destruction of Entartete Kunst (Degenerate Art). Rudolf Hess was the first of Hitler's aides to follow the Fuhrer and was also the last survivor of the regime's innermost circle of command.

Werner Lorenz – Waffen-SS general; leader of the Volksdeutsche Mittelstelle, an organization charged with settling ethnic Germans in the Reich from other parts of Europe.Fury as Cambridge University's opera cancels Handel's Saul over 'striking parallels' with the ongoing Middle East crisis and 'unfortunate escalation of the humanitarian crisis in Gaza' Heinrich Himmler's skill was in being unprepossessing. He knew how to exploit the advantage he gained from being long underestimated by Hitler's other aides. No one would ever have suspected that of all people he would become the most powerful man in the Third Reich after Hitler. Utilising newly discovered archive material, original sound recordings and exclusive eyewitness testimonies, a picture is built up of an unassuming but single-minded enforcer -- of perhaps the most willing, but undoubtedly also the most terrible of Hitler's aides. Richard Euringer – Writer who selected 18,000 "unsuitable" books, which did not conform to Nazi ideology and were publicly burned. Miller, Michael D.; Schulz, Andreas (2017). Gauleiter: The Regional Leaders of the Nazi Party and Their Deputies, 1925–1945. Vol.2 (Georg Joel – Dr. Bernhard Rust). R. James Bender Publishing. ISBN 978-1932970326.

Josef Terboven – Gauleiter of Gau Essen from 1928, Oberpräsident of the Prussian Rhine Province from 1935 and Reichskommissar of occupied Norway from 1940, he was an SA- Obergruppenführer. Adolf Hitler's unbridled ambition would plunge the World into a war bloodier and more destructive than any in history. So one of the most important questions from our past is just how Adolf Hitler was able to come to power. Featuring renowned historian of the Third Reich Frank McDonough, and Nicholas O'Shaughnessy, a professor of communications at QMUL. Watch Now 9. Joachim von Ribbentrop

Karl Dönitz – Großadmiral, Führer der Unterseeboote (Commander of Submarines) 1936–1943, Commander-in-Chief of the Kriegsmarine 1943–1945 and the last head of state of Nazi Germany following Hitler's suicide. The first part of the word, which has been in usage since at least the Middle Ages, comes from the Old English hengest, meaning "horse", notably stallion, cognates of which also occur in many Germanic languages, such as Old Frisian, Danish hingst, German, Dutch hengst and Afrikaans hings [həŋs]. The word appears in the name of Hengest, the Saxon chieftain, and still survives in English in place-names and other names beginning with Hingst- or Hinx-. It was often rendered as Henxman in medieval English. [ citation needed] Franz Kutschera – Gauleiter of Reichsgau Carinthia (1939–1941); an SS-Brigadeführer und Generalmajor der Polizei, he was an SS and police leader in the General Government until he was assassinated in 1944.

Albert Hoffmann – The Gauleiter of Gau Westphalia-South from 1943 to 1945, at the same time he was Deputy to Goebbels in his capacity as Reich Inspector for Civil Air Warfare Measures and an SS- Gruppenführer. Eugen Munder – Early party organizer in Stuttgart; Gauleiter of Gau Württemberg-Hohenzollern from 1925 to 1928. His Path to South America: After the end of the war, Stangl was captured by the Americans but escaped to Italy from an Austrian prison camp in 1947. Assisted by the Nazi-sympathizing Austrian bishop Alois Hudal, Stangl traveled to Syria on a Red Cross passport before sailing to Brazil in 1951. To the very end he believed absolutely in the "Movement". As Hitler's deputy he embraced the cult of the Fuhrer as no other, but his actual influence within the circle of power remained minor. As face value Hess embodied the archetypal totalitarian underling, but film recordings from the Hess family's private collection actually show an ambition to lead.Image Credit: Bundesarchiv, Bild 183-H30220 / CC-BY-SA 3.0, CC BY-SA 3.0 DE , via Wikimedia Commons 4. Martin Bormann Nuremberg was a historical first: the International War Crimes Tribunal sentenced leading Nazi paladins for their unparalled atrocities while exposing to the world the infamy of the Hitler regime and its leaders. Gregor Strasser – early prominent German Nazi official and politician. Murdered during the Night of the Long Knives in 1934.

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