By Carl Hammer
This primary English translation of the educational guide used prior to and through global struggle II offers an extraordinary glimpse into the particular working strategies of the Gestapo, SS and Waffen-SS - approaches beforehand nearly undocumented. half I covers police education; half II describes paramilitary operations in open terrain; half III info city police operations in the course of peace and conflict instances.
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Soon this was expanded to include all )ews and all Soviet Communist Party and state officials. The task was to be executed by the GFP and special units of the SS and the police. In April I94I, Reinhard Heydrich called the high officers of the RSHA together and asked for volunteers; it was to be a "tough mission" and he needed "real men" who could follow orders. It is unclear whether many of the RSHA officers knew what Hitler and his loyal subordinates Himmler and Heydrich really had in mind. Maybe they did, maybe not.
Miiller presumably put himself at their service at rhe end of the war. According to these sources, Miiller died in Moscow in 1948, at the relatively young age of 47. However, later sightings of him have been reported from Chile, where he was supposed to be staying with Nazi leader Martin Bormann. Ernst Kaltenbrunner, head of the RSHA, was arrested together with Hermann Goering. Both were condemned to death in the Nuremberg war tribunal, and Kaltenbrunner was hanged at the end of 1946. Goering had taken poison a few hours earlier.
Heinrich llimmler, the Reichsftihrer-SS, committed suicide by swallowing a poison capsule hidden in his mouth after being arrested by British troops at the end of the war. The attempted peace negotiations organized byWalter Schellenberg, head of the External SD, had led to nothing, and Schellenberg was condemned to prison after the war. Released by the end of 1950, he died in Italy less than rwo years later. , was sentenced to death by the Nuremberg war crimes tribunal. He was hanged in 195I. Dr.
The Gestapo and SS manual by Carl Hammer