When was Otto Meyer - SS officer - born?
Otto Meyer - SS officer - was born on 1912-12-23.
Otto Meyer - SS officer - died on 1944-08-28.
Werner Meyer - SS officer - was born on 1919-09-18.
Werner Meyer - SS officer - died on 1996-08-17.
Franz Konrad - SS officer - was born in 1906.
Hans Günther - SS officer - was born in 1910.
Kurt Schumacher - SS officer - was born on 1923-03-08.
Max Hansen - SS officer - was born on 1908-07-31.
Alfred Fischer - SS officer - was born on 1907-12-14.
Walter Schmidt - SS officer - was born on 1917-01-28.
Heinrich Petersen - SS officer - was born on 1904-03-31.
Walter Blume - SS officer - was born on 1906-07-23.
Heinz Müller - SS officer - was born on 1912-12-06.
Robert Frank - SS officer - was born on 1910-10-18.
If you are asking whether a Gestapo officer was also an SS officer, then the answer is not necessarily.
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Hubert Meyer has written: 'Kriegsgeschichte der 12. SS-Panzerdivision \\' -- subject(s): History, Regimental histories, Tank warfare, Waffen-SS, Waffen-SS. SS-Panzerdivision \Hitlerjugend,\ 12, World War, 1939-1945
They met the notorious SS Officer Dr. Mengele at Auschwitz.
Franz Konrad - SS officer - died in 1952.
Hans Günther - SS officer - died in 1945.
The SS was the secret police of Germany who controlled the internal security for Hitler. An officer is one of the leaders within that unit. See definition and explanation of SS.
Kurt Schumacher - SS officer - died on 1945-03-20.
Max Hansen - SS officer - died on 1990-03-07.
Alfred Fischer - SS officer - died on 1945-07-28.
Walter Schmidt - SS officer - died on 2000-07-28.
Heinrich Petersen - SS officer - died on 1945-05-09.
Walter Blume - SS officer - died on 1974-11-13.
Heinz Müller - SS officer - died on 1945-03-17.
Robert Frank - SS officer - died on 1944-04-13.
Dr Josef Mengele. They met the notorious SS Officer Dr. Mengele at Auschwitz.
An SS Officer was a soldier in Nazi Germany's SS troops who held the rank of an officer, as opposed to an enlisted man or non-commissioned officer(i.e. a sergeant). The SS were Germany's security police. They later formed a separate combat organization known as the Waffen-SS, which fought as soldiers and were better equipped than the average WW2 German soldier.
Waffon SS Sonderkommando. Look up Otto Skorzeny, the original 'Rambo'.
The SS mainly. They were usually headed up by a high ranking SS officer.
If they were allowed to speak to an SS officer they would refer to them by their rank, with Mr in front of it.
He say he was 18
Otto Kumm has written: 'Von Pommern in die Ukraine' -- subject(s): Milit ar, OUR Brockhaus selection '7. SS-Gebirgs-Division \\' -- subject(s): History, Pictorial works, Regimental histories, Waffen-SS, Waffen-SS. Freiwilligen-Gebirgs-Division \Prinz Eugen,\ 7., World War, 1939-1945
Hoess was a prisoner during the Weimar Republic, but this was not in a concentration camp.
Because he asked to use the bathroom.
Have a look at the answer to this question: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_an_SS_officer
Dr Josef Mengele.
Otto Weidinger has written: 'Kameraden bis zum Ende' -- subject(s): Germany, Germany. Heer. SS-Panzergrenadier-Regiment 4 \DF\, Regimental histories, Waffen-SS, World War, 1939-1945 'Das Reich I' 'Das Reich III 1941-1943'
The Nazi leader who wrote the memo asking an SS officer to prepare a plan for the final solution of the jewish problem?
Heinrich Luitpold Himmler was the Nazi leader who wrote the memo asking an SS officer to prepare a plan for the final solution of the Jewish problem. He was head of the Gestapo, German police, and head of the SS.
Reinhard Heydrich - Head of the RSHA, deputy head of the SS, etc. Rudolf Hoess - Commandant of Auschwitz. Adolf Eichmann Odilo Globocnik Otto Rasch
they didnt make any quotes
That they are being sent to a work camp..
DJ SS was born on 1970-08-27.
She held the possibly honorary rank of FlugKapitan ( Flight Captain) which was/is a Merchant , not an Air Force rank title. AF ( and Army) captain is Hauptmann, lit, Head man- or officer in charge. I do not know about her involvement with the SS.
General "Nazi" is sometimes used as a general term for any German soldier or politian. Actually, Nazi should refer to the political party and its members. SS refers to the police branch of government. Many of the SS police were Nazi party members. Later during the war, a military branch of the SS was created that was called the Waffen-SS, which was not as indoctrinated into the Nazi system. You can get a more technical… Read More
The SS and themselvesd kept Jews in the Ghetto. The SS because, the Jews were threatened to be killed on the spot if they dis obey the orders made by an SS Officer or SS Guard. They kept themselves in the Ghetto because, they were feared of what would of happened if they try or do escape.
it could be one of many, but this probably refers to Dr Mengele.
He asked where the bathroom was and was slapped by an SS officer because he asked the question.