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.
GOERING, HERMANN WILHELM
Successor designate No. 1 to Hitler; Reich Minister for Air; President of the Ministerial Council for the Defense of the Reich; member of the Secret Cabinet Council; Reich Forest Master; Commander-in-Chief of the Air Force; Prime Minister of Prussia; President of the Prussian State Council; President of the Reichstag; Plenipotentiary for the Four Year Plan; Head of the "Reichswerke Hermann Goering"; Reichsmarschall; SS Obergruppenfuehrer; SA- Obergruppenfuehrer.
GREIM, ROBERT RITTER v.
Generaloberst, C.-in-C. of the Air Force (OKL) 1945.
GROSS, DR. WALTER
Head of Racial Policy Department of the Party; high official in the Chancery of the Party; Hauptdienstleiter; Head of the Science Division in Ideology Department (Amt Rosenberg).
Generaloberst, Chief of Staff of the Army (OKH).
GUENTHER, DR. HANS K. F.
Professor of racial science at Jena.
Head of Amt II, Reich Main Security Office; SS- Obersturmbannfuehrer.
Colonel-General; Chief of Staff of OKH (until summer 1942).
HANNEKEN, HERMANN von
General der Infanterie; Military Commander in Denmark until 1945.
HAUSHOEFER, DR. KARL
Professor; Generalmajor (retd); President of Society for Geopolitics; Publisher of periodical "Die Geopolitik."
Gauleiter and Reichsstatthalter Sudetenland; SS- Obergruppenfuehrer; member of the Reichstag.
Successor Designate No. 2 of the Fuehrer; Deputy of the Fuehrer for all Party affairs; Reich Minister; member of the Reichstag until 1941.
Formerly SS-Obergruppenfuehrer and Chief of the RSHA.
Reichsleiter; Reichsarbeitsfuehrer; Reichsminister; member of the Reichstag; Generalmajor.
Reichsfuehrer SS und Chef der Deutschen Polizei; Reich Commissar for the Strengthening of German Folkdom; Reich Minister of the Interior; Reichsleiter; Chief of the Replacement Army; Military Chief of the Volkssturm.
Fuehrer u. Reichskanzler; Fuehrer of NS Party and Movement; Commander-in-Chief of the Wehrmacht; Commander-in-Chief of Army; Chief of Cabinet; Chief of Reich Defense Council; Chief of SA.
General der Infantrie.
Colonel-General (1944); Chief of Operation Staff of High Command of OKW (1939-1945).
Head of SS Operational Main Office and Command of the Combat SS; Permanent Deputy to Himmler as Commander of the Replacement Army; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer; General d. Waffen- SS.
Chief of SA Command and Permanent Deputy of the Chief of Staff; Chief of Mounted SA; SA-Obergruppenfuehrer; Member of the
KALTENBRUNNER, DR. ERNST
Chief of Security Police and Security Service; Chef des Reichssicherheitshauptamtes (Reich Security Main Office); Member of the Reichstag; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer; General der Polizei.
Generalfeldmarschall; Chief of the High Command of 'the Armed Forces (OKW); Member of Cabinet with rank of Reichsminister; Member of Secret Cabinet Council; Member of Ministerial Council for Defense of the Reich; Member of Reich Defense Council.
Generalfeldmarschall; C-in-C. South West and Army Group C.
General der Flieger.
Ministerpraesident, Minister of the Interior, of Finance and of Education, in Braunschweig; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer.
KLEIST, EWALD von
KLOPPER, DR. GERHARD
Ministerialdirektor; Staatssekretaer and Expert for Government Affairs in Party Chancery; Oberdienstleiter; SS- Gruppenfuehrer.
Oberpraesident and Gauleiter of Ostpreussen; Reich Defense Commissioner for Wehrkreis I; SS-Gruppenfuehrer; Reich Commissioner of Ukraine, Bialystak.
Saatssekretaer to the Plenipotentiary for the Four Year Plan (Goering); Prussian State Councillor; Chairman, board of directors, Hermann Goering Werke Saltzgitter; SS- Obergruppenfuehrer.
KRAUCH, DR. KARL
Plenipotentiary of the Board of the Four Year Plan for questions of chemical production; acting head of the Department for Expansion of Economic Life (Wirtschaftsaufbau); Chairman, board of directors, I. G. Farben; Wehrwirtschaftsfuehrer.
Commander-in-Chief of the NSKK; Inspector for Motor Training in the Volkssturm; Member of the Reichstag; Plenipotentiary for Motor Transport in War Industry (under the Four Year Plan).
General der Infanterie; Chief of Staff of OKH.
KRUPP von BOHLEN und HALBACH, ALFRED
President of Friedrich Krupp Company, took over sole ownership in 1943; Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Reichsvereinigung Eisen; joined NSDAP in 1936.
KRUPP von BOHLEN und HALBACH, GUSTAV
Chairman of Board of the Friedrich Krupp A.G.; Pioneer of Labor; awarded Party's Golden Honor Badge and the Eagle Shield of the
Generalmajor; Assistant to Admiral Canaris, Head of Intelligence Section OKW (Abwehr); became Chief of Abwehr Section II in
LAMMERS, DR. HANS HEINRICH
Reichsminister; Chief of the Reich Chancery; SS- Obergruppenfuehrer; Member of and Secretary to the Secret Cabinet and the Ministerrat fuer die Reichsverteidigung; Preussischer Staatsrat; member of the Academy of German Law.
LANGE, DR. KURT
Commissioner for Currency, Banking, Insurance in Reich Ministry of Economics; Vice-President of Reichsbank; Deputy President of Deutsche Gold-Discount 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.
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
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.
Generalfeldmarschall; Staatssekretaer and permanent deputy to the Reich Minister of Air; Inspector General of the Air Force; member of the Armaments' Council.
Generalfeldmarschall; C. in C. of an Army Group in the West.
Head of Amt IV (Gestapo), Reichssicherheitshauptamt (RSHA); SS-Gruppenfuehrer; Generalleutnant der Polizei.
Founder of Dutch Nazi Party in 1931; in December 1942 received the title of "Leader of the Dutch people" from Hitler.
NEUHAUSEN, DR. FRANZ
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 Plebiscite; 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.
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
RAINER, DR. FRIEDRICH
Reichsstatthalter, Gauleiter and Reichsverteidigungskommissar of Kaernten; head of Zivilverwaltung, North-West Yugoslavia; Supreme Commissioner "Adriatisches Kuestengebiet"; SS Obergruppenfuehrer.
RASCHER, SIGMUND, DR.
Hauptsturmfuehrer in the Air Forces, later transferred to the SS; in charge of experiments on human beings at Dachau Concentration
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
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 (1931 - 938); Ambassador at Large (19351938); Special Delegate for Disarmament Questions (193419373; Member of the Secret Cabinet Council; Member of the Fuehrer's Political Staff at General Headquarters (1941945); 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 30 June 1934 for alleged conspiracy.
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;
Reichsstatthalter, Reich Defense Commissioner and Gauleiter of Thuringia; Plenipotentiary-general for Manpower (Four Year Plan); 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; SS Brigadefuehrer.
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; SA- Obergruppenfuehrer.
SEYSS-INQUART, DR. ARTUR
Reich Commissioner for the Occupied Netherlands; Reich Minister without portfolio; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer; member of the Reichstag; Minister in Austrian Cabinet.
Chief of Civil Administration, Luxembourg; Reichsstatthalter, Reichsverteidigungskommissar and Gauleiter of Moselland.
Reichsleiter; Reichsminister for Armament and War Production; head of the Organisation Todt; General Plenipotentiary for Armaments in the Four Year Plan; head of Armament 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 30 June 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.
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
THOMA, WILHELM RITTER von
General der Panzertruppen.
General der Infanterie; head of Economy and Armaments Division, OKW (until Oct. 1944); member of the Armament Council.
Reichsleiter; 1940 Reich Minister for Armaments and Munitions; killed in 1942 in crash.
UIBERREITHER, DR. SIEGFRIED
Reichsstatthalter, Reichsverteidigungskommissar and Gauleiter of Steiermark; Head of Civil Administration in
Staff Official in Rosenberg's Ministry for Occupied Eastern Territories, Chief of Staff of "Einsatzstab
VIETINGHOFF-SCHEEL, OTTO-HEINRICH von
Generaloberst; C.-in-C. "South".
Reichsstatthalter, Reichsverteidigungskommissar and Gauleiter of Baden; Chief of Civil Administration in Alsace.
General; Deputy Chief of Operations Staff of OKW.
WEICHS, MAXIMILIAN, Freiherr, von
Generaldfeldmarschall, Commander in Chief, Southeast and Army Group F.
WEIZSAECKER, ERNST FREIHERR von
German Ambassador to the Holy See.
German Consul General in Tientsin and San Francisco; formerly Adjutant to Hitler.
Manager of the Party Chancery.
Hauptsturmfuehrer in Slovakia; Specialist on Jewish matters in Slovakia with Amt IV A4, Reichssicherheitshauptamt (Reich Main Security Office) 1940-1944.
Supreme SS and Police commander in Italy; Commander of the Italian SS Legion; General of the Waffen-SS at the Fuehrer' Headquarters; chief of the personal staff of the Reichsfuehrung SS; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer.
Sources: Nizkor. Nazi Conspiracy & Aggression, Volume II, pp. 1064-1077.