Himmler


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.
Related to Himmler: Goering, Goebbels, Eichmann

Himmler

Heinrich . 1900--45, German Nazi leader, head of the SS and the Gestapo (1936--45); committed suicide
References in periodicals archive ?
Author Max Wallace says he found files showing how in November 1944 Himmler, who directed the murder of six million Jews, forbade further killings, ordering the destruction of the Auschwitz crematoria and gas chambers.
The underlying message is to not work your entire life for money, but rather, learn how to get money to work for you for what Himmler describes as 'Total Financial Freedom'.
An entry in the 1,000-page diary in August 1941 revealed that Himmler, who was known to be squeamish at the sight of blood, almost fainted when the brains of a Jewish mass shooting victim at the edge of a pit outside of Minsk splattered on his coat, according to the Mail.
He saw all the Nazi war criminals, including Himmler, Goering and Hess.
Himmler was arrested along with two others near Bremen.
I was told that Himmler had committed suicide on the ground floor after capture and have seen an actual photograph of his body still in situ, taken shortly after decease.
His dad had told him he arrested Himmler, but he was never sure if he was just laying it on a bit thick
According to Kersten, Himmler saw Islam as a masculine, soldierly religion, telling him in late 1942:
As Germany suffered from the dictates of the Treaty of Versailles and inflation devastated the country, Himmler became politicized to the radical right.
1945: Heinrich Himmler, Hitler's minister of the interior, committed suicide.
Tal fue la ultima carta que Heinrich Himmler, el jefe maximo de la policia nazi y artifice del Holocausto, envio a su mujer Margarete y a su hija Gudrun el 17 de abril de 1945, cuando ya los campos de concentracion y exterminios nazi habian sido liberados por las fuerzas aliadas y la derrota alemana en la Segunda Guerra Mundial era inminente.