German Ambassador to the Petain Government.
Reich Leader for the Press (Reichsleiter fuer die Presse); President of the Reich Press Chamber (Praesident der Reichspressekammer); Head of Central publishing house of the Party (Zentral Verlag, Franz Eher Nachf.)
ARNIM, JURGEN von
Generaloberst 1941-2; leading Panzer units in Russia, Jan. 1943; Commander in Tunis; surrendered May 1943.
Reich Youth Leader (Reichsjugendfuehrer) since 1940.
BACH-ZELEWSKI, ERICH, von dem
General of Police and of Waffen-SS; Chief of Anti-Partisan Units on the entire Eastern front, 19434; in charge of the defense of Warsaw until it was liberated; commander of a Waffen-SS Corps on the Western Front.
Acting Reichsminister for Food; in charge of Ministry of Food and Agriculture; Head of Reichsnaehrstand.
Chief of Central Office of SS; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer; General d. Waffen-SS; Inspector-General of Prisoners of War; head of Policy Division of Reich Ministry for Eastern Territories.
BEST, DR. WERNER KARL
German Plenipotentiary in Denmark.
BLOMBERG, WERNER EDWARD FRITZ von
Generalfeldmarschall; Minister of War until 4 February 1938.
BOCK, FEDOR von
BODENSCHATZ, KARL HEINRICH
General in Air Corps; Chief of Staff to Goering.
BOHLE, ERNST WILHELM
Staatssekretaer in Foreign Office; Gauleiter, Head of foreign Organization (AO) of NSDAP.
Secretary of the Fuehrer; Head of the Party Chancery; Member of Cabinet vested with power of Reich Minister; Ministerial Council for Defense of the Reich; Reichsleiter; Executive Head of the Volkssturm; member of. the Reichstag; SS Gruppenfuehrer.
Chief of the Chancery of the Fuehrer; Reichsleiter; Chief of the Party Censorship Committee for the Protection of NS Literature; Chief of the Study Group for the German History Book and educational material.
BRANDT, DR. KARL
Reich Commissioner for Health and Medical Services; SS Standartenfuehrer.
BRAUCHITSCH, WALTER HEINRICH HERMANN ALFRED von
Generalfeldmarschall, Retired December 1941; formerly C. in C. Army (OKH).
BRUEGMANN, DR. ARNOLD
Chief of the Archives of the Party; Divisional Head in the Reichsstudentenfuehrung.
Reichsleiter; Supreme Party Judge; Advisor on Population and Racial Policy; SS Obergruppenfuehrer.
BUMKE, DR. ERWIN
President of the Supreme Court, Leipzig.
General d. Infanterie; Head of Personnel Division, OKH; Chief Military ADC. to Hitler.
Admiral; Head of Intelligence in OKW (Abwehr); removed from post and executed.
CONTI, DR. LEONARDO
Staatssekretaer and Chief of Health Divisions (Abteilungen III & n), Reich Ministry of the Interior; Head of Public Health Department of Party Reichsleitung.
Chef der Ordnungspolizei; (Deputy) Reich Protector of Bohemia-Moravia; Generaloberst d. Polizei; SS- Oberstgruppenfuehrer; since 1943 on "long leave."
DARRE, WALTER RICHARD OSKAR
Reichsleiter; Reichsbauernfuehrer; Reich Minister for Food and Agriculture; Head of Reichsnaehrstand; on leave since April 1942.
DIETRICH, DR. OTTO
Staatssekretaer; Chief of Press Divisions in Reich Ministry of Propaganda; Press Chief of Reichsregierung; Reichsleiter; Reich Press Chief of NSDAP.
Generalleutnant; in Propaganda Division of the OKH; broadcaster of weekly military commentaries.
Grossadmiral and C. in C. of OKM after 1943; previously C. in C. of Submarine Arm of German Navy; Head of Government formed in May 1945.
DORPMUELLER, DR. JULIUS
Reich and Prussian Minister of Transport; Director-General of German State Railways.
DORSCH, XAVER FRANZ
Ministerialdirektor in Reich Ministry for Armaments and War Production; Head of Field Command in Organization Todt.
Head of Dept. IV A4 of RSHA, and Chief of Sub-section "b" thereof charged with "The Solution of the Jewish Question".
EPP, FRANZ, RITTER von
Reichsleiter; Reichstatthalter Bayern; SA- Obergruppenfuehrer; Head of Colonial Policy Office of Party; General der Infanterie.
Staatssekretaer and head of Tourists Division in Reich Propaganda Ministry; Praesident of "Reich Group Tourist Traffic" (Fremdenverkehr); Vice-President of the Reichstag; State Minister (retd).
FALKENHAUSEN, ALEXANDER von
Generaloberst--Commander of Belgium and Northern France.
FALKENHORST, NIKOLAUS von
Generaloberst--Commander in Norway.
Reichsleiter; Chief of the Party Department for Municipal Policy; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer; Chairman of the Congress of German Municipalities; Oberbuergermeister Muenchen; Member of the Academy for German Law.
Head of Home Press Division in the Reich Propaganda Ministry; Head of office for "German Press" in the Press Department of the Government; Head of Political Press section with Reichspressechef (RL).
Head of Culture and Exhibitions sections in Reich Propaganda Department of RL.
Gauleiter, Reichsstatthalter and Reichsverteidigungskommissar Danzig-Westpreussen.
FRANK, DR. HANS
Governor-General of Poland; Reichsleiter until 1942; Reich Minister without portfolio; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer; President of the International Chamber of Law (1941-42) and of Academy of German Law; Member of the Reichstag; Leader of National Socialist Lawyers Bund (1933-1942).
German Minister of State with rank of Reich Minister; Hoeherer SS und Polizeifuehrer "Protectorate" and Sudetenland.
FREISLER, DR. ROLAND
President of the People's Court; Prussian State Councillor; Member of the Academy of German Law.
Minister of Interior (1933-1943); Reichsprotector of Bohemia and Moravia Reichsdirektor of Elections (1931943); SS Obergruppenfuehrer; Reichsleiter; Head of Nazi Reichstag Delegation; Member of Reich Defense Council; General Plenipotentiary for the Administration of the Reich (1931943); Reichsminister without Portfolio
FRIEDRICHS, DR. HELMUT
Head of Section for Internal Party affairs in and deputy head of Chancellery of the Party.
Ministerialdirektor, Reich Ministry of Propaganda; Plenipotentiary for the Political Supervision of Broadcasting in Greater Germany; head of Broadcasting Division in Propaganda Ministry.
FUNK, DR. WALTER
Reich Minister of Economics; Member of the Ministerial Council for Defense of the Reich; Plenipotentiary for Economics; President of the Reichsbank; Vice-President of the Reich Chamber of Culture; formerly Chief of Press of the Reich Government (1933-1937); member of Reichstag (1932- 1933); and State Secretary in the Ministry for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda
GLAISE-HORSTENAU, DR. h. c. EDMUND von
General der Infantrie; SA-Gruppenfuehrer; Minister in Seyss- Inquart Cabinet; German General Plenipotentiary in Austria in 1944,
Chief of "Amtsgruppe D" in the Economic and Administrative Main Office (Wirtschafts- and Verwaltungshauptamt) of SS; Commander of Concentration Camps; SS-Gruppenfuehrer; General- leutnant d. Waffen-SS.
GOEBBELS, DR. PAUL JOSEF
Reich Minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda; Member of the Secret Cabinet Council; Chairman of the Interministerial Committee on Air-Raid Damage; Reichspropagandaleiter of the NSDAP; Reichsleiter; President of the Reich Chamber of Culture; Stadtpraesident, Gauleiter, Reichsverteidigungskommissar of Berlin; Reich Plenipotentiary for Total War Effort.
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