Himmler


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Himmler

Heinrich . 1900--45, German Nazi leader, head of the SS and the Gestapo (1936--45); committed suicide
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Himmler was overseer of the concentration camps and responsible for the deaths of more than six million people.
Himmler became alarmed, crunched the poison pill, and that was the end of the story.
Out of the group of five soldiers who caught Himmler, Mr Mannion now has just one more to track down - and it's possible he, too, is from Liverpool.
Left: Himmler and , |inset, after committing suicide by cyanide
In 1943 as the war started to turn against Germany, Himmler ordered the destruction of Warsaw's Jewish ghetto before writing home: "My dear mommy.
To my mind, Heinrich Himmler played the greatest part in this.
Even the murder of Jewish children was rationalized by Himmler in another speech on defensive grounds: "We as Germans, however deeply we may feel in our hearts, are not entitled to allow a generation of avengers filled with hatred to grow up with whom our children and grandchildren will have to deal because we, too weak and cowardly, left it to them.
The 15-second spot featured Donald Trump's assistant, Robin Himmler, at her desk at The Trump Organization logging on to www.
After his visit to Belsen he was ordered to zi g bes Eric d f h t interview more of the Nazi high command, including Himmler, who he describes as a "snivelling coward".
And then, "Disappointed in these amazing toys / the children rudely fled the attic / of `Onkel' Heinrich Himmler.
With hindsight, Speer conceded, this must have been an oblique reference to Auschwitz, but at the time "I did not query him, I did not query Himmler, I did not query, Hitler.