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  Judgment at Nuremberg: Ernst Kaltenbrunner
Kaltenbrunner himself ordered the execution of prisoners in those camps and his office was used to transmit to the camps execution orders which originated in Himmler's office.
During the period in which Kaltenbrunner was Head of the RHSA, the Gestapo and SD in occupied territories continued the murder and illtreatment of the population, using methods which included the torture and confinement in concentration camps.
Kaltenbrunner denied his signature to this letter, as he did on a very large number of orders on which his name was stamped or typed, and, in a few instances, written.
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 Ernst Kaltenbrunner
Kaltenbrunner joined the Nazi Party and the SS in Austria in 1932.
From mid-1935 Kaltenbrunner was the leader of the Austrian SS.
On January 30, 1943 Kaltenbrunner was appointed Chief of the RSHA[?], comprising both the Security Police (SIPO[?]) and the SD, replacing Reinhard Heydrich, who had been assassinated in June 1942.
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 Kaltenbrunner Nuremberg Tribunal Judgment, 1946
At the end of the war Kaltenbrunner participated in the arrangements for the evacuation of inmates of concentration camps, and the liquidation of many of them, to prevent them from being liberated by the Allied armies.
During the period in which Kaltenbrunner was Head of the RHSA, the Gestapo and SD in occupied territories continued the murder and ill-treatment of the population, using methods which included the torture and confinement in concentration camps, usually under orders to which Kaltenbrunner's name was signed.
Kaltenbrunner denied his signature to t his letter, as he did on a very large number of orders on which his name was stamped or typed, and, in a few instances, written.
www.ess.uwe.ac.uk /genocide/Kaltenbrunner2.htm   (1048 words)

  
 Ernst Kaltenbrunner Biography | World of Criminal Justice
Ernst Kaltenbrunner was an Austrian Nazi leader who headed the Austrian SS and eventually all German police forces.
Kaltenbrunner endorsed the idea of exterminating all Jews and agreed with Himmler in 1942 that the use of gas chambers was the most efficient way of accomplishing this goal.
Kaltenbrunner's lawyer mounted a defense that sought to minimize his client's participation in the actions surrounding the concentration camps.
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 Kaltenbrunner Nuremberg Charges
Ernst Kaltenbrunner was born on 4 October 1903 at Ried on Inn (near Braunau) Austria.
Directly under Kaltenbrunner were the Chiefs of the main offices of the RSHA, including Amt III (the SD), Amt IV (the Gestapo), Amt V (the Kripo), and Amt VI (the SD in foreign intelligence) (L-219).
Kaltenbrunner refused to release them on the grounds they were employed in making secret weapons for the Reich and declared that the number transported into concentration camps in the Reich was small.
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 ::Ernst Kaltenbrunner::
Ernst Kaltenbrunner was Nazi Germany's most senior member of the SS to be captured alive at the end of the war.
Kaltenbrunner attained huge power during World War Two and became involved with the extermination camps and all that is associated with the Holocaust.
Ernst Kaltenbrunner was born in Ried-im-Innkreis in Austria on October 4th, 1903.
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 Ernst Kaltenbrunner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ernst Kaltenbrunner (October 4, 1903 – October 16, 1946) was a senior Nazi official during World War II.
In the twelve episode Russian television series, Seventeen Moments of Spring, Ernst Kaltenbrunner plays an important role and he is portrayed by Mikhail Zharkovsky.
In the book Colonization: Down to Earth Harry Turtledove creates an alternative history where Kaltenbrunner is the successor of Himmler as the third Fuhrer and Reich Chancellor of the Greater German Reich and triggers a war between Nazi Germany and aliens, a war that results in the destruction of the Reich.
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 ::Ernst Kaltenbrunner::
Ernst Kaltenbrunner was the most senior member of the SS captured by the Allies at the end of World War Two.
Involved in the Holocaust, Kaltenbrunner stood trial at Nuremberg and was sentenced to death for his crimes.
Kaltenbrunner was involved with the organisation behind the murder of Jews and others in the death camps.
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 Hitler's Henchmen, Ernst Kaltenbrunner   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
SS-chief Ernst Kaltenbrunner joined the Nazi Party in 1932, and became leader of the Austrian SS 1935.
He agreed with Himmler on the establishment of gas-chambers for execution 1942, became head of the security police 1943, and sent millions of Jews and political suspects to their deaths in concentration camps.
Toward the end of the war, Kaltenbrunner's power increased greatly, especially after the attack on Hitler of 20 July 1944.
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 Kaltenbrunner   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
SS-chief Ernst Kaltenbrunner, head of the Nazi security apparatus, second only to Heinrich Himmler in the SS.
Kaltenbrunner was born in Ried im Innkreis, Austria.
Ernst Kaltenbrunner was captured by U.S. troops on May 15, 1945 and was indicted for war crimes by the International Military Tribunal at Nuremburg and sentenced to death.
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 Ernst Kaltenbrunner
Kaltenbrunner held this position until the end of the war.As Chief of the Security Police, Kaltenbrunner was the head of the RSHA and the regional offices of the Gestapo, SD, and Kripo.
Directly under Kaltenbrunner were the Chiefs of the main offices of the RSHA, including Amt III (the SD), Amt IV (the Gestapo), Amt V (the Kripo), and Amt VI (the SD in foreign intelligence).Kaltenbrunner had direct responsibility over the offices of the RSHA.
During the period in which Kaltenbrunner was head of the RSHA, the Gestapo and SD in occupied territories continued the murder and ill-treatment of the population, using methods which included torture and confinement in concentration camps, usually under orders to which Kaltenbrunner's name was signed.
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 Ordforklaringer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
At the beginning of 1943 Kaltenbrunner was appointed to succeed Reinhard Heydrich as head of all the Nazi security services.
In this capacity Kaltenbrunner was responsible for the deportation of hundreds of thousands of Jews to the extermination camps.
Kaltenbrunner was one of the main accused at the Nuremberg Tribunal, where he was sentenced to death.
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 Ernst Kalenbrunner
Ernst Kaltenbrunner, the son of a lawyer, was born in Austria on 4th October, 1903.
Kaltenbrunner became head of the Austrian SS in 1934 but soon afterwards was arrested and accused of being involved in the assassination of Engelbert Dollfuss.
After Anschluss Kaltenbrunner was elected to the Reichstag and became minister for state security as well as police chief in Vienna.
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 Trial Watch : Ernst Kaltenbrunner
Kaltenbrunner was a proponent of the Anschluss, the annexation of Austria into the German Reich.
Kaltenbrunner was accused of taking advantage of his different functions and his personal influence in order to promote the consolidation of control over Austria seized by the Nazi conspirators as set forth in Count One of the Indictment.
Moreover Kaltenbrunner authorized, directed and participated in the war crimes, set forth in Count 3 of the Indictment, and in crimes against humanity, set forth in Count 4 of the Indictment, in particular with respect to the atrocities committed in the concentration camps.
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 Biographie: Ernst Kaltenbrunner, 1903-1946
Oktober: Ernst Kaltenbrunner wird in Ried (Oberösterreich) als Sohn des Rechtsanwalts Hugo Kaltenbrunner und dessen Frau Therese (geb.
Kaltenbrunner erhält eine Anstellung in einer Linzer Anwaltskanzlei und tritt dem völkisch gesinnten Turnverein bei.
Nach dem Putsch der österreichischen Nationalsozialisten in Wien wird Kaltenbrunner von der neuen Regierung verhaftet und wegen Hochverrats angeklagt.
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 Avalon Project : Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression - Volume 2 Chapter XVI Part 6
On 9 December 1944 the decoration known as the Knight's Cross of the War Merit, Cross with Swords, was given to SS Obergruppenfuehrer and General of the Police Dr. Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Chief of the Security Police and the SD (2770-PS).
Mauthausen concentration camp was established in Austria while Kaltenbrunner was the Higher SS and Police Leader for Austria, and was frequently visited by Kaltenbrunner before he was appointed Chief of the Security Police and SD (L-51).
After a visit to Mauthausen in 1944 Kaltenbrunner reported to his Amt Chiefs with pride that he had helped to build up Mauthausen when he was Higher SS and Police Leader in Austria and that the camp was engaged in valuable armament work (2990-PS).
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 Ernst Kaltenbrunner (1903-1946)
Juli 1944 wurde Kaltenbrunner mit den Ermittlungen gegen die Verschwörer beauftragt.
In Nürnberg als einer der Hauptkriegsverbrecher angeklagt, versuchte Kaltenbrunner, durch konsequentes Leugnen seine Mitverantwortung für die Verbrechen des Regimes zu verdunkeln.
Klee, Ernst: Das Personenlexikon zum Dritten Reich Wer war was vor und nach 1945.
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 60 Years Marking the Beginning of the Nuremberg Trials
Ernst Kaltenbrunner was head of the security apparatus of the Third Reich, which included the Gestapo and the SS.
He was one of the initiators of “Operation Reinhard” which planned the elimination of the Jews in the area of the Generalgouvernment in Poland.
During the trial, Kaltenbrunner tried to appear as someone who was unaware of what happened in the death camps, but the court found him guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
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 The Avalon Project : Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Vol. 4 - Twenty-Fifth Day
As Chief of the Security Police and SD, Kaltenbrunner was the head of the Gestapo, the Kripo and the SD, and of the RSHA which was a department of the SS, and the Reich Ministry of the Interior.
During Kaltenbrunner's term in office as Chief of the Security Police and SD, many crimes were committed by the Security Police and SD pursuant to policy established by the RSHA or upon orders issued out of the RSHA, for all of which Kaltenbrunner was responsible by virtue of his office.
The fifth crime for which Kaltenbrunner is responsible as Chief of the Security Police and SD was the deportation of citizens of occupied territories for forced labor and the disciplining of forced labor.
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 Matt & Andrej Koymasky - Memorial Hall - Gay Holocaust - Nazi Criminals - Kaltenbrunner
Directly under Kaltenbrunner were the Chiefs of the main offices of the RSHA, including Amt III (the SD), Amt IV (the Gestapo), Amt V (the Kripo), and Amt VI (the SD in foreign intelligence).
Kaltenbrunner was fully cognizant of conditions in concentration camps and of the fact that concentration camps were used for slave labor and mass murder.
Mauthausen concentration camp was established in Austria while Kaltenbrunner was the Higher SS and Police Leader for Austria, and was frequently visited by Kaltenbrunner before he was appointed Chief of the Security Police and SD.
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 Anovi - Seconde guerre mondiale
Ernst Kaltenbrunner naît à Ried-on-Inn, près de Braunau, en Autriche, le 4 octobre 1903.
Kaltenbrunner encourage même personnellement le lynchage des soldats alliés par la population civile.
Kaltenbrunner est fait prisonnier par les troupes américaines le 15 mai.
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 4. ERNST KALTENBRUNNER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
On 18 November 1945, two days before the opening of the trial, Kaltenbrunner suffered a spontaneous subarachanoid hemorrhage and was taken to the hospital for treatment.
Since the prosecution's evidence was so inextricably mingled that it was impossible to divide it between that which bore against Kaltenbrunner as an individual and that which bore against the organizations which he headed, the Tribunal ruled that it would hear the prosecution's evidence in its entirety.
Counsel for Kaltenbrunner, however, was given the privilege of cross-examining at a later date any witnesses which the prosecution might call against Kaltenbrunner.
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 Ernst Kaltenbrunner   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
SS-General Ernst Kaltenbrunner Ernst Kaltenbrunner (October 4, 1903 - October 16, 1946) was a senior Nazi official during World War II.
On January 30 1943 Kaltenbrunner was appointed Chief of the RSHA, comprising both the Security Police (Sicherheitspolizei, or Sipo) and the SD, replacing Reinhard Heydrich, who had been assassinated in June 1942.
He was found guilty of war-crimes and crimes against humanity and sentenced to death.
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 Ernst Kaltenbrunner - Wikipedia
Heinrich Himmler, Franz Ziereis e Ernst Kaltenbrunner in visita a Mauthausen nel 1941.
Ernst Kaltenbrunner (4 ottobre 1903 - 16 ottobre 1946) membro delle SS, ottenne il comando del RSHA nel 1943 dopo la morte di Reinhard Heydrich.
Il 1 gennaio 1943 Kaltenbrunner venne nominato Comandante in capo del RSHA, in seguito all'assassinio di Reinhard Heydrich nel giugno 1942, mantenendo tale incarico fino al termine del conflitto.
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 THE NUREMBERG TRIALS
OHLENDORF: Kaltenbrunner was Chief of the Sicherheitspolizei and the SD; as such, he was also Chief of the RSHA, the internal organizational term for the office of the chief of the Sicherheitspolizei and the SD.
Kaltenbrunner occupied this position from 1/30/1943 until the end of the war.
Ernst Kaltenbrunner was sentenced to death by hanging.
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