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President of Deutsche Gold-Discont Bank; NSFK-Brigadefuehrer.
Reichsleiter; Chief, Party Organization; Leader of the German Labor Front; Reich Housing Commissioner; SA-Gruppenfuehrer.
Generaloberst; C.-in-C. Denmark beginning of 1945. LINDEMANN, KARL
President of the Reich Chamber of Commerce; Stattsrat; Chairman Board of Directors, Atlas Werke AG. and Norddeutscher Lloyd.
Generaloberst der Luftwaffe; C.-in-C. of an Army Group in the South East.
Gauleiter, Oberpraesident, and Reich Defense Commissioner Schleswig-Holstein; Reich Commissioner "Ostland"; SA-Obergruppenfuehrer; President of the Nordic Society.
LUETZOW, FRIEDRICH von
Vice-admiral; Radio Commentator on Naval matters. MACKENSEN, EBERHARD von
MANSTEIN, FRITZ, ERICH von LEWINSKY
Generalfeldmarschall, Army Group South (early 43-April 44). MEISSNER, DR. OTTO LEBRECHT
Staatsminister; Chef der Praesidialkanzlei, curator of Political Academy (Berlin); president of Italo-German Society; member of the Academy of German Law.
Hoeherer SS and Polizeifuehrer Serbia; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer; Generalleutnant der Polizei; member of People's Tribunal. MILCH, ERHARD
Generalfeldmarschall; Staatssekretaer and permanent deputy to the Reich Minister of Air; Inspector General of the Air Force; member of the Armaments' Council.
Generalfeldmarschall; G. in C. of an Army Group in the West.
Heap of Amt IV (Gestapo),
(RSHA); SS-Gruppenfuehrer; Generalleutnant der Polizei. MUSSERT, ANTON
Founder of Dutch Nazi Party in 1931; in December 1942 received the title of "Leader of the Dutch people" from Hitler.
NEUHAUSEN, DR. FRANZ
SHU General Plenipotentiary for Economics in Serbia (under the Four-Year Plan); Consul-General; Chairman of the Board of the Yugoslav Bank; head of Military Administration in the South East.
NEURATH, CONSTANTIN H. K. FREIHERR von
Reichsminister without Portfolio (formerly Reichsminister of Foreign Affairs 1932, 1933, 1938); President of the Secret Cabinet Council; Member of Reich Defense Council; Reich Protector for Bohemia and Moravia, 1939-1943.
Head of Amt III, SD (Security Service) of Reich Main Security Office; permanent deputy to the Staatssekretaer Reich Ministry of Economics; SS-Gruppenfuehrer; Generalleutnant d. Polizei. OHNESORGE, DR. WILHELM
Reich Post Minister.
PAPEN, FRANZ von
Vice-chancellor and member of Cabinet (Feb. 1933-July 1934); Commissar for Saar District Plebisicite; Minister to Austria; Ambassador with special mission 1936-1938; Ambassador at large; Ambassador to Turkey after 1939.
Generalfeldmarschall, captured at Stalingrad.
Head of Labor Division, Reich Ministry of Occupied Eastern Territories; in charge of Agricultural Manpower under the Plenipotentiary for Manpower.
Personal Adjutant to the Fuehrer; SS-Hauptsturmfuehrer. POHL, OSWALD
Chief of Administration and Economic Main Office of SS; Ministerialdirektor Reich Ministry of the Interior; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer; General der Waffen SS.
RAEDER, ERICH, DR. h .c.
Grossadmiral and Chief of OKM until 1943; thereafter Admiralinspecteur of German Navy; wearer of Golden Party Badge of Honor; Member of Cabinet with rank of Reichsminister; Member of Secret Cabinet Council.
RAINER, DR. FRIEDRICH
Reichsstatthalter, Gauleiter and Reichsverteidigungskommissar of Kaernten; head of Zivilverwaltung, North-West Yugoslavia; Supreme Commissioner "Adriatisches Kuestengebiet"; SS
RASCHER, SIGMUND, DR.
Hauptsturmfuehrer in the Air Forces, later transferred to the SS; in charge of experiments on human beings at Dachau Concentration Camp.
General der Infanterie; Chief of the General Department of OKW (Allgemeines Wehrmachtamt); Chief of the NS Political Guidance Staff OKW; honorary member of the Special Senate of the People's Tribunal.
Staatssekretaer and head of Abteilung V, Reich Minister of Finance, Berlin; expert on Labor Problems, Finance and Taxation in the Party Chancery; SA Obergruppenfuehrer; Member of Reichstag; Hauptdienst-leiter of Party.
REINHARDT, GEORG HANS
RIBBENTROP, JOACHIM von
Minister for Foreign Affairs (1938-1945); Ambassador to Great Britain (1936-1938); Ambassador at Large (1935– 1938); Special Delegate for Disarmament Questions (1934– 1937); Member of the Secret Cabinet Council; Member of the Fuehrer's Political Staff at General Headquarters (1942–1945); Member of Reichstag; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer.
RICHTHOFEN, WOLFRAM, Frhr. von
Head of Food and Agriculture Division, Reich Ministry of Occupied Eastern Territories; Staatssekretaer in Reich Ministry of Food and Agriculture; SA-Gruppenfuehrer.
RINTELEN, EMIL von
Minister (Gesandter) (for special duties); deputy head of the political division, Foreign Office.
Reichsminister, Staatskommissar, Staatssekretaer, Staatsrat, Stabs chef der SA; Shot June 30, 1934 for alleged conspiracy. ROSENBERG, ALFRED
Reich Minister for the Occupied Eastern Territories; Reichsleiter; head of RL Departments for Foreign Policy and for Ideology; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer; SA-Obergruppenfuehrer. RUNDSTEDT, KARL RUDOLF GERD von
RUST, DR. BERNHARD
Reich Prussian Minister of Science and Education; SA-Obergruppenfuehrer.
Reichsstatthalter, Reich Defense Commissioner and Gauleiter of Thuringia; Plenipotentiary-general for Manpower (Four Year SS-Obergruppenfuehrer; SA-Obergruppenfuehrer;
member of Reichstag.
Reich Minister without portfolio until 1943; formerly Minister of Economics, President of the Reichsbank, and General Plenipotentiary for the War Economy.
Chief of Security Service, Occupied Territories (Amt VI) in Reich Main Security Office; Chief of Military Office RSHA; SSBrigadefuehrer.
SCHIRACH, BALDUR von
Reichsleiter for Youth Education; Reichsleiter; Reich Defence Commissioner; Reichstatthalter; Mayor and Gauleiter of Vienna; Member of Reichstag; SA-Obergruppenfuehrer; Leader of Hitler Jugend, and Leader of Youth in the German Reich.
SCHMIDT, DR. PAUL (II)
Chief of the Bureau of the Reich Foreign Minister with the rank of Gesandter; Ministerialdirigent; attached to Foreign Office, acted as Hitler's personal interpreter in all diplomatic negotiations.
Chief of Army Personnel Dept., Generalleutnant, later Hitler's adjutant.
Head of Amt I (Personnel) of Reich Main Security Office (Reichssicherheitshauptamt); SS-Brigadefuehrer.
SCHWARZ, XAVER FRANZ
Reich Treasurer of the Party; Reichsleiter; SS-Oberstgruppenfuehrer; SA-Obergruppenfuehrer.
SCHWERIN von KROSIGK, LUTZ GRAF
Reich Minister of Finance; Reich Minister for Foreign Affairs (since May 1945).
Reich Labour Minister; Labour Minister for Prussia; SAObergruppenfuehrer.
SEYSS-INQUART, DR. ARTUR
Reich Commissioner for the Occupied Netherlands; Reich Min
ister without portfolio; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer; member of the Reichstag; Minister in Austrian Cabinet.
Chief of Civil Administration, Luxembourg; Reichsstatthalter, Reichsverteidigungskommissar and Gauleiter of Moselland. SPEER, ALBERT
Reichleiter; Reichsminister for Armaments and War Production; head of the Organisation Todt; General Plenipotentiary for Armaments in the Four Year Plan; head of Armaments Office of German High Command; member of Reichstag; member of Central Planning Board; wearer of Golden Badge of Honor of Party.
Generaldfeldmarschall, Third Air Fleet.
Reichsstatthalter and Gauleiter, Westmark.
Leader of Storm Troops (SA) in Lower Bavaria; Reich Organization Leader until 1932; executed on June 30, 1934.
Gauleiter of Franconia; Editor and Publisher of Der Stuermer; SA-General; member of Reichstag.
STUCKART, DR. WILHELM
Leading Staatssekretaer in Reich Ministry of Interior Territories; Head of the Abteilung II in this ministry.
Generaloberst; G. in C. of Army Group "H" on Western Front. STUMPFF, HANS-JUERGEN
Generaloberst; C.-in-C, of Air Fleet "Reich"; member of the People's Tribunal.
Gauleiter Essen; Reich Commissioner for Occupied Norway; SS-Gruppenfuehrer.
THIERACK, DR. OTTO GEORG
Reich Minister of Justice; SS-Brigadefuehrer; SA-Gruppenfuehrer; President of the Academy for German Law; Head of NS Lawyer's League.
THOMA, WILHELM RITTER von
General der Panzertruppen.
General der Infanterie; head of Economy and Armaments Division, OKW (until Oct. 1944); member of the Armaments Council.