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"Quarter-Jew" Admiral Bernhard Rogge wearing the Ritterkreuz; he received Hitler Deutschblütigkeitserklärung. (Military awards: oak leaves to Ritterkreuz, Ritterkreuz, samurai sword from the emperor of Japan, EKI, and EKII.)

"Quarter-Jew" Admiral Bernhard Rogge wearing the Ritterkreuz; he received Hitler Deutschblütigkeitserklärung. (Military awards: oak leaves to Ritterkreuz, Ritterkreuz, samurai sword from the emperor of Japan, EKI, and EKII.

9.6 Christian Wirth (1885-1944), director of the Hartheim euthanasia institution from 1940-1941, commander of the Belzec and Sobibor extermination camps from 1942

Christian Wirth- Commandant of Belzec and Inspector of the Aktion Reinhard camps, among other roles he had during WWII.

War criminal - Herbert Cukurs - 1900 - 1965 Cukurs was a Nazi Latvian war criminal. Caught, abducted and executed by Israeli security services. During the occupation of Latvia by Nazi Germany 1941, Cukurs became a member of the notorious ''Arajs Kommando'', responsible for many of the crimes in Latvia. A cold blooded woman and child killer; he clearly lived by the sword and died by it too.

War criminal - Herbert Cukurs - 1900 - 1965 Cukurs was a Nazi Latvian war criminal. Caught, abducted and executed by Israeli security services. During the occupation of Latvia by Nazi Germany 1941, Cukurs became a member of the notorious ''Arajs Kommando'', responsible for many of the crimes in Latvia. A cold blooded woman and child killer; he clearly lived by the sword and died by it too.

Finnish Field Marshal Mannerheim, 1941

[Photo] Finnish Field Marshal Mannerheim, 1941

Finnish Field Marshal Mannerheim, Finland was a "friendly combatant" with Nazi Germany. The Fins fought the Russians to the very end.

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Portrait of Odilo Globocnik, Gauleiter of Vienna. One of a collection of portraits included in a 1939 calendar of Nazi officials.

Disgust: Niklas recalls his father taking him to see the torture of starving Jewish men, put onto bucking donkeys so they would fall off for the amusement of the watching Nazi soldiers

Unlikeliest friendship of Nazis' sons and Holocaust survivor grandson

Hans Michael Frank, Thule Society member, was a German lawyer who worked for the Nazi Party during the and and later became Adolf Hitler's personal lawyer.

Germany's Highest ..Hermann Goering, commander of the Luftwaffe, Gen.Keitel, General in the German Army, Heinrich Himmler, leader of the SS, along with Fuhrer Adolph Hitler.

Hitler’s birthday: Goering, Keitel, and Himmler wishing the Fuhrer, 1941 Five years later all the four would be dead, three suicides and a hanging

Hitler and child

Adolf Hitler and Hermann Goering with little girl.

Gustav Adolf Nosske (born 29 December 1902 in Halle (Saale) – died 1990) was a German lawyer and SS-Obersturmbannführer. In 1941 he commanded Einsatzkommando 12 within Einsatzgruppe D, under the command of Otto Ohlendorf.

Gustav Adolf Nosske (born 29 December 1902 in Halle (Saale) – died was a German lawyer and SS-Obersturmbannführer. In 1941 he commanded Einsatzkommando 12 within Einsatzgruppe D, under the command of Otto Ohlendorf.

"Half-Jew" Horst Geitner was awarded both the Iron Cross Second Class and the Silver Wound Badge.

Jewish Soldiers in Hitler's Nazi Army, half-Jew Horst Geitner

The Nazi Propaganda image shows Adolf Hitler with Bernhard Rust (l, 1934 until 1945 Reich Minister for Science, Education and National Culture) after a rally in Detmold, Germany, 10 January 1933. The rally was held before the state election in Lippe on 15 January 1933, in which the NSDAP received the most votes. Photo: Berliner Verlag/Archiv

Adolf Hitler with Bernhard Rust, Unusual photo and a different look from Hitler. (via putschgirl)

German Field Marshal Hugo Sperrle sitting at the defendants dock during morning recess, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946; Source: United States Army

[Photo] German Field Marshal Hugo Sperrle sitting at the defendants dock during morning recess, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946

German Field Marshal Hugo Sperrle sitting at the defendants dock during morning recess, Nuremberg, Germany, Source: United States Army

Gruppenführer Hans Baur (19 June 1897 – 17 February 1993) was the Nazi German leader Adolf Hitler's pilot during his political campaigns of the 1920s and 1930s. He later became Hitler's personal pilot and leader of the Reichsregierung squadron. Captured by the Soviets at the end of World War II in Europe, he endured ten years of imprisonment in the USSR before being released on 10 October 1955 to the French, who then imprisoned him until 1957. He died in Herrsching, Bavaria, in 1993.

Gruppenführer Hans Baur (19 June 1897 – 17 February 1993) was the Nazi German leader Adolf Hitler's pilot during his political campaigns of the 1920s and 1930s. He later became Hitler's personal pilot and leader of the Reichsregierung squadron. Captured by the Soviets at the end of World War II in Europe, he endured ten years of imprisonment in the USSR before being released on 10 October 1955 to the French, who then imprisoned him until 1957. He died in Herrsching, Bavaria, in 1993.

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