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The Gestapo official says he will send for it, and then rants about how the war will be won by Hitler's Wunderwaffen (" wonder weapons ").
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Gestapo and official
The Gestapo (; abbreviation of Geheime Staatspolizei, " Secret State Police ") was the official secret police of Nazi Germany and German-occupied Europe.
According to the official Gestapo report, " at first the guard refused passage until von Stauffenberg persuaded him to contact the adjutant to the compound commander who then finally authorized clearance ".
In 1944, after the failure of the assassination attempt on Hitler in which he had been involved, senior SS and Gestapo official Arthur Nebe went into hiding on an island in the Wannsee but was later arrested after a rejected mistress betrayed him.
Ritter is assisted by a Nazi government official, SS / Gestapo Hauptsturmführer Martin Vogel ( Roy Thinnes ), who poses as official photographer.
Duckwitz, apparently assuming that he had done everything he could and possibly fearing exposure to Gestapo, went back to his official duties.
* Josef Schlossmacher, Gestapo official in Trondheim, was incriminated on several aspects of the executions at Falstad, but charges against him were dropped.
* Julius Nielson, a Gestapo official who played an active role in capturing and sending prisoners to Falstad, was sentenced to death and executed in Trondheim on 10 July 1948.
Varian Fry, among others, believed that Breitscheid was murdered by the Gestapo on the orders of Hitler or another senior Nazi Party official.
Gestapo and says
Once, says author Eric Silver in The Book of the Just, " Two Gestapo men came to his office and demanded that he hand over a family of five who had bought forged Polish identity papers.
Gestapo and will
The SS officer Werner Best, onetime head of legal affairs in the Gestapo, summed up this policy by saying, " As long as the police carries out the will of the leadership, it is acting legally.
The Gestapo was considered to be acting legally as long as it was carrying out the leadership's will.
When Gestapo agents were at his door he turned to his wife, who was crying, and said " Don ´ t cry, we were living in fear, but from now on we will live in hope ".
Several Norwegian scientists argued against an extension, Kreyberg saying, " If it is a question of handing Dr. Reich over to the Gestapo, then I will fight that, but if one could get rid of him in a decent manner, that would be the best.
On October 2, 2012, Penguin Books will release Human Game: The True Story of the ' Great Escape ' Murders and the Hunt for the Gestapo Gunmen, a book by author and journalist Simon Read.
When the Colonel finds out about René helping British airmen to escape, he threatens to have René shot ; in which case, René responds by saying that he will tell the Gestapo the whereabouts of the paintings.
Although the Gestapo had leverage over the DDSG, the DDSG was a group that operated on its own will, in order to profit from forced Jewish emigration.
However Krieger realises that it must have been Claudine who passed the information to the British and offers her a deal: either she turns double agent or he will hand her over to the Gestapo.
However, when Karl attempts to make a statement at a local Ordnungspolizei police station, he is told that he will be reported to the Gestapo and " They won't like your story, they won't like you either.
Gestapo and send
The Gestapo were unprepared for such a large transfer of prisoners, and awaited permission to send them to Buchenwald which was filled to capacity.
The only way to get more information from the agent in Paris --- now closely watched by the Gestapo --- is to send in a personal courier.
Rather than being released when this time was up, however, the Gestapo issued an order on September 8, 1942 to send him to Dachau in preventive detention.
Gestapo and for
Bloch was shot by the Gestapo during the German occupation of France in World War II for his active membership of the French Resistance, and Febvre carried on the Annales approach in the 1940s and 1950s.
The power of the Gestapo most open to misuse was called Schutzhaft —" protective custody ", a euphemism for the power to imprison people without judicial proceedings.
The central administrative office of the Gestapo, responsible for card files of all personnel including all officials.
The Gestapo maintained police detective ranks which were used for all officers, both those who were and who were not concurrently SS members.
On 2 January 1937 Schwitters, wanted for an ' interview ' with the Gestapo, fled Hanover for Norway to join his son Ernst, who had already left Germany on 26 December 1936.
He was captured and shot by the Gestapo during the German occupation of France for his work in the French Resistance.
In addition to running Germany's concentration camps, the SS is well known for establishing the police state of Nazi Germany and suppressing all resistance to Adolf Hitler through the use of security forces, such as, the Gestapo.
From there, she was moved to Fresnes Prison in Paris and brought to Gestapo headquarters at 84 Avenue Foch for interrogation and torture.
After Hitler's takeover of the German government in 1933, political enemies of the Nazis were persecuted, and their institutions closed or destroyed ; the Gestapo began actions against Polish and Jewish students ( see: Jewish Theological Seminary of Breslau ), Communists, Social Democrats, and trade unionists, arrests were even made for speaking Polish in public, in 1938 the Nazi-controlled police destroyed the Polish cultural centre.
* June 10 – WWII: The Gestapo massacres 173 male residents of Lidice, Czechoslovakia in retaliation for the killing of Reinhard Heydrich.
* July 4 – A court in Lyon sentences former Gestapo boss Klaus Barbie to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity.
Meanwhile, in the convention hall, Connecticut Senator Abraham Ribicoff used his nominating speech for George McGovern to tell of the violence going on outside the convention hall, saying that “ with George McGovern we wouldn ’ t have Gestapo tactics on the streets of Chicago .” Mayor Daley responded to his remark with something that the T. V.
Eastwood was paid $ 750, 000 ( US $ in dollars ) in 1968 for the war epic Where Eagles Dare, about a World War II squad parachuting into a Gestapo stronghold in the alpine mountains.
Before that, AK units carried out thousands of raids, intelligence operations, bombed hundreds of railway shipments, participated in many clashes and battles with the German police and Wehrmacht units and conducted tens of thousands of acts of sabotage against German industry The AK also conducted " punitive " operations to assassinate Gestapo officials responsible for Nazi terror.
In March 1940, representatives of the Soviet NKVD and the Nazi Gestapo met for one week in Zakopane's Villa Tadeusz, to coordinate the pacification of resistance in Poland.
In 1938 it was made the intelligence organization for the State as well as for the Party, supporting the Gestapo and working with the General and Interior Administration.
The operational sections of the SD became ( department ) Amt III and for foreign intelligence, Amt VI ; the Gestapo became Amt IV and the Kripo became Amt V. Otto Ohlendorf was named the Chief of Amt III, the SD-Inland ( within Germany ); Heinrich Müller was named the Chief of Amt IV, the Gestapo ; Artur Nebe was named the Chief of Amt V ; and Walter Schellenberg became Chief of Amt VI, the SD-Ausland ( outside Germany ).
At least 1, 000 Soviet POWs were selected in 1941 – 2 by a task force of three Dresden Gestapo officers and sent to the camp for immediate liquidation by a gunshot to the back of the neck, the infamous Genickschuss.
In March 1940 representatives of the NKVD and the Gestapo met for one week in Zakopane, to coordinate the pacification of Poland ; see Gestapo – NKVD Conferences.
* Ronald Lacey as Major Arnold Toht, an interrogator for the Gestapo, who tries to torture Marion Ravenwood for the headpiece of the Staff of Ra.