Tuesday, April 14, 2009

I Wore My Wife's Girdle


Political and German philosopher, born in Tallinn (Estonia) in 1893 and died in Nuremberg in 1946. He studied architecture in Riga and Moscow.
direct witness of the Bolshevik revolution, his strong anti-Semitic thoughts lead him into a violent anti-Bolshevik. In 1919 she met Hitler and Ernst Röhm, and joined the newly formed National Socialist Party. Thereafter
actually began his political career. Already
as editor of Völkischer Beobachter, came to lead the group of theorists Nazis, with the publication of The Myth of the twentieth century, a work in which he outlines his view of German racial purity. In 1933 he became head of Foreign Affairs of the Party, a position that gave him the power to be delivered to the looting of museums, libraries and works of art belonging to the Jewish population from the absolute impunity. In 1934 he became head of the party's ideological education.
During World War II worked in the planned invasion of Norway, organized the plunder of European art treasures and was Minister of Occupied Eastern Territories. As such ordered deported and execution of millions of people with the intention of the Germanization of Ukraine.
was tried as a war criminal at Nuremberg and found guilty, was convicted in 1945 and hanged in 1946.


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