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Nazi Leaders and Officials

List of members and officials of the German Nazi Party in the years leading up to and comprising World War II. This list includes all Nazi Party members who held significant titles, ranks or occupations within the party between the years 1920 (when the Nazi Party was founded) and 1945, when the Second World War ended and the Nazi Party was dissolved. (NOTE: The list does not include Nazi leaders and officials from satellite parties created following WWII, such as the American Neo-Nazi organization. It also leaves out individuals associated with Nazism, but who were not ranking members of the party, such as Leni Riefenstahl.) Many of these leaders of the Nazi Party never attained the infamy and notoriety of iconic Nazi officials such as Reinhard Heydrich (chief of the Reich Main Security Office, which included the Gestapo) or propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels. Nevertheless, students of 20th Century European History - and World War II in particular - may find this collection of Nazi leadership helpful.

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    Ernst Hanfstaengl “Confidante and early supporter of Adolf Hitler“

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    Ried im Innkreis, Austria “SS-Obergruppenführer“

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    Munich, Germany “A co-founder of the Sturmabteilung“

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    Ernst Rudin

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    Bradford, United Kingdom “Leader of the Foreign Organization of the German Nazi Party“

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    Erwin Rösener Schwerte, Germany “SS-Obergruppenführer“

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    Eugen Hadamovsky “National programming director for German radio“

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    Felix Steiner “SS-Obergruppenführer und General der Waffen-SS“

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    Regensburg, Germany “Minister of Justice“

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    Franz Hayler Schwarzenfeld, Germany “State Secretary and acting Reich Economics Minister“

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    Franz Hofer Austria “Gauleiter of the Tyrol and Vorarlberg regions“

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    Düsseldorf, Germany “Supreme Leader of the SA“

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    Franz Ritter von Epp Munich, Germany “General of the German army“

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    Königsberg, Germany

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    Magdeburg, Germany

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    Franz Six “Chief of Amt VII“

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    Franz Stangl

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    Franz Xaver Schwarz Günzburg, Germany “National Treasurer of the NSDAP“

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    Franz Ziereis “Commandant Mauthausen concentration camp“

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    Friedrich Jeckeln Hornberg, Germany “Leader of one of the largest collection of Einsatzgruppen“

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    Friedrich Rainer Sankt Veit an der Glan, Austria

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    Friedrich Syrup Lüchow, Germany

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    Friedrich-Wilhelm Krüger Strasbourg, France “High-ranking member of the SA and SS“

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    Fritz Hartjenstein “SS-Obersturmbannführer“

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    Fritz Reinhardt Ilmenau, Germany

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    Haßfurt, Germany “Gauleiter of Thuringia“

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    Pforzheim, Germany “Civil engineer“

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    Gerhard Wagner Germany

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    Gertrud Scholtz-Klink Adelsheim, Germany

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    Würzburg, Germany “Economic theorist and one of the early leaders of the NSDAP“

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    Gerstetten, Germany “Chief of Staff for Waffen SS“

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    Gregor Strasser Geisenfeld, Germany

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    Gunter d'Alquen “Chief Editor of the SS official newspaper”

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    Gustav Adolf Scheel Rosenberg (Baden), Germany

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    The Hague, Netherlands “Ran the Friedrich Krupp AG heavy industry conglomerate“

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    Gustav Simon

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    Hanns Johst “Playwright and Poet Laureate of the Nazi party“

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    Hanns Kerrl Fallersleben, Germany “Reichsminister of Church Affairs for the Third Reich“

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    Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany “Diplomat and ambassador to Slovakia“

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    Hans Aumeier “Deputy commandant at Auschwitz“

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    Hans Biebow “Chief of Administration of the ?ód? Ghetto“

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    Karlsruhe, Germany “Governor-General of occupied Poland“

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    Hans Friedrich Karl Günther “Academic teaching racial theories and eugenics“

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    Bochum, Germany “Senior official at the Ministry for Propaganda“

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    Hans Hinkel Worms, Germany “Journalist and commissioner at the Reich Ministry“

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    Hans Jüttner “SS-Obergruppenführer“

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    Hans Kammler “SS Construction projects and V-2 program“

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    Hans Lammers Lubliniec, Poland “Head of the Reich Chancellery“

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    Hans Nieland Hagen, Germany “Lord Mayor of Dresden“

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    Hans Schemm Bayreuth, Germany

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