more on the nazis, Dec. 2012 ; KWI. Part TWO


more  info. on the bottom of the page: Generalplan Ost, Hitler’s plan to depopulate Eastern Europe and Russia.



A Palestinian Arab nationalist and a Muslim religious leader, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin al-Husseini worked for the Nazi Germany as a propagandist and a recruiter of Muslim volunteers for the Waffen SS and other units.

On November 28, 1941, Hitler officially received al-Husseini in Berlin. Hitler made a declaration that after “…the last traces of the Jewish-Communist European hegemony had been obliterated… the German army would… gain the southern exit of Caucasus… the Führer would offer the Arab world his personal assurance that the hour of liberation had struck. Thereafter, Germany’s only remaining objective in the region would be limited to the Vernichtung des… Judentums [‘destruction of the Jewish element’, sometimes taken to be a euphemism for ‘annihilation of the Jews’] living under British protection in Arab lands..”[55]

The Mufti spent the remainder of the war assisting with the formation of Muslim Waffen SS units in the Balkans and the formation of schools and training centers for imams and mullahs who would accompany the Muslim SS and Wehrmacht units. Beginning in 1943, al-Husseini was involved in the organization and recruitment of Bosnian Muslims into several divisions. The largest of which was the 13th “Handschar” division of 21,065 men.

In 1944, al-Husseini sponsored an unsuccessful chemical warfare assault on the Jewish community in Palestine. Five parachutists were supplied with maps of Tel Aviv, canisters of a German–manufactured “fine white powder,” and instructions from the Mufti to dump chemicals into the Tel Aviv water system. District police commander Fayiz Bey Idrissi later recalled, “The laboratory report stated that each container held enough poison to kill 25,000 people, and there were at least ten containers.”[56][


Criminal Police, Biology Unit, Dr Robert Ritter & his team of scientists. These led the war on the Gypsies, or Roma.

RHSA during the earlier part of the fighting in the Soviet Union, the RSHA also had operational control of certain Waffen-SS units which Himmler had withheld from the Army High Command (OKH); these units, the 1st and 2nd SS Infantry Brigades and the SS Cavalry Brigade, were formed from former Standarten of the Totenkopfverbände or concentration camp service. Their role was not to serve in combat, except in emergencies, but to carry out “police and security operations” in occupied territories like the Einsatzgruppen.


Hans Friedrich; Hans Friedrich: Friedrich was born in 1921 and raised with antisemitic propaganda. He joined the SS in 1940 and was involved with Einsatzgruppen actions in 1941. also,

Richard Hermann – b. 189-

August Wilhelm Trabandt (1891–1968) was a Brigadeführer (Brigadier General) in the Waffen SS during World War II. Spent 9 years as a prisoner in the Soviet Union

Karl Rubitscher , died 03.08.97 in Vienna.

Sturmbannführer Ernst Schäfer (14. Oct 1943), Commander III.Battalion, SS Infantry Regiment 10 / Nazi anthropologist with Ahenerbe expedition to Tibet.

In 1942, he was promoted to the rank of Sturmbannführer (Major) in the SS . His name is listed as a member of this SS unit. He was no disinterested scientist, but a hardcore SS nazi.

Christopher Hale writes that according to the representative of Britain in Sikkim in 1938, Sir Basil Gould , Ernst Schäfer was “before all things, a Nazi in the soul” . Similarly, the British diplomat Hugh Richardson , who was in Lhasa in 1939, remembers Schäfer as “a Nazi through and through” .

Heinrich Sonne (23 February 1917 – 3 December 2011) was a highly decorated Hauptsturmführer der Reserve in the Waffen-SS during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross. The Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross was awarded to recognise extreme battlefield bravery or successful military leadership. Sonne was born in Riga, Latvia to German parents.Sonne served in the 1st SS Infantry Brigade as commander of the Krad-Schützen (motorcycle company). The 1 SS Infantry Brigade (mot) was a unit of the German Waffen SS formed from former concentration camp guards for service in the Soviet Union behind the main front line during the Second World War. They conducted anti-partisan operations in the rear of the advancing German army, and also filled gaps in the front line when called upon in emergencies.

The 1 SS Infantry Brigade was used on anti partisan duties and also took part in the extermination of the Jewish population of the occupied territories in the Soviet Union.

The 1 SS Infantry Brigade (mot) was a unit of the German Waffen SS formed from former concentration camp guards for service in the Soviet Union behind the main front line during the Second World War. They conducted anti-partisan operations in the rear of the advancing German army and were involved in the extermination of the Jewish population. They also filled gaps in the front line when called upon in emergencies.During the remainder of the year and until late 1942 they were assigned to the Reich Security Head Office, which also had the SS Cavalry Brigade and the 2 SS Infantry Brigade (mot) under command.[3]   The brigade was now used in a rear area security and policing role and most importantly they were not under Army or Waffen SS command.   In the Autumn of 1941, they left the anti partisan role to other units and units and the brigade actively took part in the Holocaust while assisting Einsatzgruppen C and took part in the liquidation of the Jewish population of the Soviet Union, forming firing parties when required. The three brigades were responsible for the murder of tens of thousands of the population by the end of 1941,[3] and they destroyed at least one village st Białystok for no apparent reason as they had not been engaged from it.[3]

The 2 SS Infantry Brigade (mot) was formed on the 15 May 1941, under the command of Karl Fischer von Treuenfeld with the 4th and 5th SS Infantry (formerly Totenkopf) Regiments and began its operational service in September in the rear area of Army Group North, under which command it would spend its entire existence. ItIt gradually began to incorporate foreign legions of the SS under its operational control, such that it became regarded as a multinational unit, especially on the siege lines of the Leningrad front. After the western legions departed for refit, it began operating with Latvian volunteer formations and eventually was re designated the 2nd Latvian SS Infantry Brigade and on the 18 May 1943, and used as the cadre in the formation of the 19th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS (2nd Latvian) in January 1944.

the 2 SS Infantry Brigade along with the 1 SS Infantry Brigade and the SS Cavalry Brigade would be used in the rear of the advancing army to conduct anti partisan operations as well as assisting in rounding up the Jewish population. A few weeks later they were involved in the mass murder of the population of the occupied territories, their victims for 1941, could be measured in the tens of thousands. [2]

In 1942, the 19th and 21st Latvian Security Battalions from the Latvian Legion were attached to the Brigade. The brigade was now an international formation that included Dutch, Flemish and Norwegian volunteer Legions.


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In July 1942, Karoli, who belonged to an SS rider storm in Vienna since 1940, was conscripted into the Waffen-SS . In April 1943 he came up with the “Theodor Eicke” SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Regiment of the SS-Totenkopf-Division on the Eastern front, where he took part in the fight against Soviet partisans. After the war, he testified at Nuremberg. Worked for big corporations in Germany. Died, 1996. Mentioned in “The Business of Genocide,” by Michael Thad Allen, as a nazi bureaucrat.

Erich Knud Kernmayr (* 27 February 1906 in Graz , † 13 September 1991)

Franz Josef Huber (22 January 1902–30 January 1975) was a SS general Vienna, Austria. No time.

Heinz Jost, major nazi war criminal. In 1951, SS man Heinz Jost was released from Landsberg prison. He then worked in Düsseldorf as a real estate agent. He died in 1964 Bensheim. He should be listed on other pages as well.

Questionable: Waffen SS of Hungary, Karoly Ney was freed and worked for the Americans. Died 1989. Károly Ney, who had formed in October 1944 the SS-Regimentsgruppe Ney in Hungary. They supported the Arrow Cross terror gov’t., which killed tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews and helped the nazis by deporting them in Oct. 1944. Heidelager (German), or Debica, Poland; which was an SS training camp. It is estimated that the duration of the training ground, have died or been murdered. 15,000 prisoners. 7,500 Jews, 5,000 Soviet prisoners, and, 2,500 Poles. You should also take into account est. 1,000 Soviet soldiers who died during the trigger here. Are buried in the cemetery on the road, a few hundred metres from Pustków Drips. Originally the cemetery was located inside the ring IV (Dąbrówki), and later the remains of the soldiers were exhumed and moved. In one of the tombs is buried Russian Colonel, who was killed during the fighting.

Michael Skubl was arrested. On May 24, 1938, brought him to the Gestapo in Kassel and assigned to this city as time; only in 1946 he returned to Vienna. [6] d. 1964

  • Hitler the Wagnerite:

    Under Cosima Wagner’s influence, Bayreuth became identified with anti-Semitism and theories of German racial and cultural superiority. This was a defining feature of Bayreuth for decades . Wikipedia.

  • Treblinka, graves. Between 800 -900,000 deaths at this camp.…

    British forensic anthropologist Caroline Sturdy Colls, and her team, discovered mass graves at Treblinka using ground penetrating radar.

Leo Gotzmann (Born 14 July 1893 in Olomouc– 6 December 1946 in Zuffenhausen) was an Austrian jurist and at the time of the Third Reich Chief of police of Vienna, SS-Brigadeführer (1942) and Member of the Reichstag.

Wilhelm Krichbaum (also Willi or Willy Krichbaum; born 7 may 1896 in Wiesbaden, Germany; † April 4, 1957 in Oberpfaffenhofen) was head of secret unwanted, later employee in the Reich Security main office (RSHA) and Deputy Head of the Gestapo. After the second world war, he worked for the Gehlen organization, and then for the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND).Active [edit]Before 1914, Karimi worked as Forstgehilfe and then enlisted at the outbreak of the first world war as a volunteer for the army and was there when the unwanted.Karimi joined the NSDAP local in Dresden. in 1926, he was leader of the Feldjäger Corps of Dresden. In the second world war was Karimi SS-Oberführer and border Inspector South East based in Dresden at the border and rose until 1945 as head of the secret unwanted.[1] After the inclusion of the Gestapo in the Reich Security main office as the Office IV, Karimi was representative of the Gestapo Chief Heinrich Mü 1948 he joined the Gehlen organization, and recruited many former intelligence officers of the Third Reich, including in November 1951 the later as a KGB agent Heinz Felfe than. Later, Karimi headed the BND sleeping agents Gladio network. After the exposure of Felfes 1961, the BND suspected also Karinga to have spied for the KGB.[2]

Cuno Schmidt — needs info.

Heess, Walter. Walter Heeß (born December 30, 1901 in Ludwigsburg, Germany, on December 2, 1951, by the District Court of Berlin-Zehlendorf dead explains) was in Nazi Germany Director of the Kriminaltechnischen Institute of the security police (CTI) in the AMT of V (Reich Criminal Police Bureau, RKPA) of the Reich main office secure main (RSHA). Heeß was born on December 30, 1901. SS-Sturmbannführer  head of the KTI,

Current estimates of the total murdered of Janowska number between 100,000-200,000. Liquidation of the corpse-burning squad began on 25 October 1943. When the final thirty or so Jews of the Sonderkommando left in Janowska realised their intended fate, they planned an escape. Some Germans were killed during the course of the attempted breakout; their number, and that of the Jews who succeeded in fleeing, is not known.

On a large scale gas vans were used by the Einsatzgruppen in Byelorussia and the Ukraine. Here, between 250,000 and 300,000 persons (mainly Jews) were killed by the employment of these wagons. For example, thousands of Jews from the Minsk ghetto lost their lives in gas vans which were stationed at the extermination site Maly Trostinec, 12 km southwest of Minsk. Approximately the same number of victims were gassed by the use of gas vans at the Chelmno extermination camp near Lodz. A report, prepared for Himmler on 23 March 1943 by Richard Korherr of the SS statistical department, summarised the number of Jews deported up to 31 December 1942 from the Reich and the “Protectorate” area: Germany 100,516, Austria 47,555, “Protectorate” 69,677; a total of 217,748. There were to be further transports from Germany in 1943. Many of those transported in 1942 – 1943 from these countries were destined for Maly Trostinec, and death.

Nanna Conti : Leonardo Conti’s German mother, Nanna Conti (nee Paul) was in the Nazi era head of the kingdom Fachschaft German Midwives (later kingdom midwives ). She had at this point a decisive influence on the professional political, legal and ethical positioning of midwifery in the years from 1933 to 1945.  She died 1951

Margarete Lungershausen , her successor in the German Midwives association. The Lebensborn program was associated with other branches of the Reich medical institutions.


Friedrich Peter (Politiker) d. 2005 The former SS-Obersturmbannführer volunteered at the age of almost 17 ​​years, volunteered for the Waffen-SS . In World War II he was involved in the Western and Eastern Front used recently as SS First Lieutenant in the 1st Infantry Regiment 10 SS Infantry Brigade. This unit was in 1941 part of the Einsatzgruppen who systematically shot behind the front hundreds of thousands of Jews. Although his unit was involved almost exclusively in such actions, Peter denied it after the war, he was involved in these operations, or knew of it. After the war, he spent a year in an American detention camp Glasenbach (today Alpensiedlung ) imprisoned.

Nearly forty years later, in 2004 the government of Austria, with generous contributions from Poland, built a tiny museum at Gusen to commemorate the 40,000 nearly forgotten victims. (Austria).

Neuengamme concentration camp, adjutant was Karl Friedrich Hoecker: On 3 May 1989 a district court in the Germany city of Bielefeld sentenced Höcker to four years imprisonment for his involvement in gassing to death prisoners, primarily Polish Jews, in the concentration camp Majdanek in Poland. Camp records showed that between May 1943 and May 1944 Höcker had acquired at least 3,610 kilograms of Zyklon B poisonous gas for use in Majdanek from the Hamburg firm of Tesch & Stabenow.

Hoecker was also in Majdanek and Auschwitz, and was tried; yet he received very little time.

Austria: The large investigation of the Majdanek perpetrators, conducted in Graz, which however suspended in 1973 without pressing any charges. For the survivors of the concentration camps, this was a significant example of the failure of the Judiciary in pursuing the perpetrators of mass murder in Austria.


Guido Reimer (* 31. Juli 1901 in Ronsperg; † unbekannt) war ein deutscher SS-Obersturmführer und Kommandeur des SS-Sturmbanns im KZ Buchenwald sowie Leiter der Spionage- und Sabotage-Abwehr im KZ Mauthausen. Unknown fate.

Also, Otto Riemer. Unknown fate. Ebensee, KZ.

In the Women’s Corps, or DFW, about 1.7 million women were organized in the NS-Frauenschaft approximately 2.3 million.

Ruth Köhler Irrgang was a German writer. After the transfer of power to the Nazis, she entered service on May 1, 1933, the Nazi party and was the NS-Frauenschaft Berlin Gau speaker. Several of her works dealt with the role of women and have been published in part in the Central Publishing House of the Nazi party. b. 1900.

Eberhard Jürgen Gottfried Ludwig Freiherr von Löw und zu Steinfurth (Born 24 July 1909 in Hadersleben) was a German police and SS leader.   Steinfurth belonged to the security of the Reichsführer SS (SD) beginning in 1935. In the 1930s, Sani worked for the SD section of Keel . Since 1937, Sani maintained ties to Frits Clausen, the leader of the Danish Nazi.   After the outbreak of the Second World War Steinfurth as Obersturmbannführer (1943) took over the leadership of the SD section III B 5 “Occupied territories” in the Reich Security main office, which together with the Gestapo section IV D 4 was the coordination of the security and intelligence measures of SD and security police in German-occupied areas of Europe.   Sanghvi in Denmark was interned after the war. In Bonn was Steinfurth of later head of press at the federal transportation departments and also editor-in-Chief of the journal of human and traffic.

Hans Ehlich (born 1 July 1901 in Leipzig; died March 30, 1991 in Braunschweig) was B “Ethnicity and health” in the Reich Security main office and a member of Einsatzgruppe V in the German occupied Poland in Nazi German physician and SS-Standartenführer, head of the Office Group III.

(General Plan Ost) General Plan for the East:

Eastern imperialism in the Third Reich

“The rural construction in the new East” as “Task and obligation” for the pioneers after the war: Nazi propaganda exhibition “The great return”, 1942

Ideas to the settlement of this area should be carried out with the conquest of the western part of Poland. The use of the term “Upper East” in Hitler’s secret decree of October 7, 1939 to “Strengthen German traditions” is revealing. In section II, it says: “in the former Polish Territories Administration Chief Ober-OST performs the tasks entrusted to the Reichsführer-SS after its general arrangements. The Administration Chief Ober-OST and the subordinate heads of administration of the military districts are responsible for the implementation.”[4] The agronomist engineer Konrad Meyer (d. 1973), in close relationship to the by Albert Brackmann (d. 1952) derived and responsible for Eastern research publication place Berlin-Dahlem standing since 1939 [5] and acted as Brack man was a supporter of the “East-colonising mission” [6], after the attack on Poland in April/May 1940 planning for the “German reconstruction in the East” in the integrated eastern territories, the Empire gauen Wartheland and Danzig-West Prussia,.

A larger master plan was commissioned two days after the attack on the USSR on June 22, 1941 by Heinrich Himmler when Meyer, with which Himmler Habitat should be spelled out. The first version of the plan was on July 15, 1941, and Himmler ordered on July 30, 1941, during a visit to Lublin to the local SS and police leader Odilo Globocnik, to create “a large settlement area in the area around the existing Volksdeutsche colonies at Zamość” (cf. action Zamość). Around 110,000 Poles from the Zamość district from 300 villages were evacuated in the wake of this action. It represented the single, authoritative attempt of the German settlements in addition to the settlement action in Halverson in Zhytomyr. Reasons for the choice on Zamość was the existence of descendants of German settlements from the 18th century and the transport and geopolitically convenient location of room Zamość, which was suitable as a connecting bridge between the Reich and the occupied territories of the USSR.Some plans envisaged, to deport the population of Poland and the Western parts of the Soviet Union to Siberia. According to the presented 28 May 1942 and December once again revised the Wartheland, East Upper Silesia, and West Prussia should including parts of the “Generalgouvernement of Poland” (GG) completely “also” and three “Reichsmarken” formed in parts of conquered Soviet Union: 1 “Ingermanland” South of Leningrad. 2. the Narewgebiet with Białystok and Lithuania; 3. the “Goth Gau” with Crimea and Kherson region. The deadline initially set for the “Germanization” of 25 years was reduced on December 23, 1942, again to 20 years and Bohemia and Moravia, Alsace-Lorraine, lower Styria and upper Carniola were classified as also planning on Himmler’s orders. The “vacant areas” in Eastern Europe should be settled with several million Germans.

Prerequisite for the full implementation of the plans would have been military victory against the Soviet Union.After the defeat of the Germans from Moscow (winter 1941-42) and Stalingrad (1942-43)  the realization of the plan grew more and more distant. The degree of the actual scope and the question of which parts of the GPO had actually been implemented or have been, is until today a subject of various scientific controversies. This is to note that the GPO was different, sometimes competing plans in different places. This design competition can be viewed here as typical for many NS projects as the illiberal mostly prevented a clear demarcation of the planning Highnesses. In this respect, it is unclear what planning or planning aspects actually would have been pursued. The absence of some documents (lost since 1945) complicated research. Himmler even designed but in a speech before SS and police leaders of Russia South in Halverson in Zhytomyr region on September 16, 1942 [7] and in a second before SS Junkers in bad Tölz on November 22, 1942, under the heading “colony this empire, morning settlement, tomorrow!” a revealing picture of his own ideas. trans. from German,

Walter Christaller (* 21. April 1893 in Berneck bei Calw; † 9. März 1969 in Königstein im Taunus) war ein deutscher Geograph und gilt als Begründer der Theorie der zentralen Orte. Generalplan Ost.

Lucie Wolf was the personal Secretary of Hermann Göring. Later, she emigrated to Australia and became Australian citizen.

Guida Diehl’s Nationalist Newland Movement predated the Nazi Party by at least six years


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