Monday, October 23, 2017

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Image may contain: 1 person, drawingCol Kuntamukkala Prabhakar Rao Karl Kaufmann (10 October 1900 in Krefeld[1] – 4 December 1965 in Hamburg) was a Nazi Gauleiter in Hamburg—head of the Nazi Party, and government of Hamburg from 1933 until 1945.
KARL. KAUFFMAN.  NAZI.  

Karl Kaufmann (10 October 1900 in Krefeld[1] – 4 December 1965 in Hamburg) was a Nazi Gauleiter in Hamburg—head of the Nazi Party, and government of Hamburg from 1933 until 1945.

Arrested shortly after the occupation of Hamburg by British forces in 194
5, in 1946 Kaufmann was witness at the Nuremberg Trials;[2] he was subsequently tried for war crimes and sentenced to a term of imprisonment, but released soon after on the grounds of ill health after an accident. He was to be arrested twice more before being finally released in 1953.Kaufmann reportedly died on 4 December 1965 in Hamburg.
Arrested shortly after the occupation of Hamburg by British forces in 1945, in 1946 Kaufmann was witness at the Nuremberg Trials;[2] he was subsequently tried for war crimes and sentenced to a term of imprisonment, but released soon after on the grounds of ill health after an accident. He was to be arrested twice more before being finally released in 1953.Kaufmann reportedly died on 4 December 1965 in Hamburg.

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SIEGFRIED UIBERREITHER. NAZI

SIEGFRIED UIBERREITHER. NAZI
Siegfried Uiberreither (29 March 1908 in Salzburg – 29 December 1984 in Sindelfingen) was an Austrian Nazi-Gauleiter in Styria, Austria during the Third Reich. After fall of Germany he was arrested and was compelled to testify at Nuremberg trials. in 1947 he fled fearing that he would be handed over to Yugoslovia. there are clues that he stayed in Argentina. For some time and later lived with his family under a false name at Singlefinden



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Sunday, October 22, 2017

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KARL WAHL.  NAZI.

Karl Wahl (24 September 1892 – 18 February 1981) was the Nazi Gauleiter of Swabia from the Gau inception in 1928 until the collapse of Nazi Germany in 1945. After the war he spent 3 1/2 in jail and was released in 1948. He was the first Gauleiter to publish his biography. Although he was senior member in the party he did not enjoy high esteem in the eyes of Hitler. He was not that cruel as most of the Gauleiters. however it is learnt that he did advocate to Borman. The need to carry out Kama kazee type Japanese. suicide air craft attacks fully loaded with bombs on US supply lines bridges over Rhine during the final stages of war.


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Saturday, October 21, 2017

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WILHELM REDIESS NAZI


At the onset of World War II, Rediess was responsible for implementing German racial laws in Prussia, overseeing the deportation of Jews from East Prussia. Rediess was then given the task of eradicating 1,558 Jewish deportees deemed mentally ill. Rediess borrowed "gas vans" and personnel from other SS units, offering a bounty of ten Reichsmark for each Jew killed.It took nineteen days to accomplish these killings, whereupon Rediess reneged on the payment.

Following the German invasion of Norway, Rediess was transferred there to work with Reichskommissar Josef Terboven. In March 1941, citing reports of large numbers of Norwegian women impregnated by German soldiers, Rediess implemented the German Lebensborn program in Norway. This program encouraged the production of "racially pure" Aryan children, usually sired by SS troops. Ultimately, 8,000 children were born under the auspices of this program, making Norway second only to Germany in registered Aryan births during World War II.

Rediess committed suicide by a self-inflicted gunshot wound upon the collapse of the Third Reich in Norway on 8 May 1945.His remains were destroyed when Josef Terboven killed himself by detonating fifty kilograms of dynamite in a bunker on the Skaugum compound the same day.J


Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

GERHARD. KLOFER NAZI
Gerhard Klopfer (18 February 1905 – 29 January 1987) was an official of the Nazi Party and assistant to Martin Bormann in the Office of the (Nazi) Party Chancellery.As the Red Army closed in on Berlin in 1945, Klopfer fled the city. He was captured and imprisoned and was charged with war crimes but was released for lack of evidence. He became a tax advisor in the city of Ulm (Baden-Württemberg) in 1952 and retrieved his Admission to the Bar in 1956 in order to practice as a lawyer. He was the last surviving attendee of the Wannsee Conference, dying in 1987.He was of the rank of Gruppenfuhrer in Nazi administration


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Friday, October 20, 2017

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


JOSEF  TEBOVEN
He was the Reichskomissar of occupied Norway .With the announcement of Germany's surrender, Terboven committed suicide on 8 May 1945 by detonating 50 kg of dynamite in a bunker[2] on the Skaugum compound. He died alongside the body of Obergruppenführer Wilhelm Rediess, SS and Police Leader and commander of all SS troops in Norway, who had shot himself earlier.

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THEODOR.  VAHLEN.  NAZI
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Col Kuntamukkala Prabhakar Rao Karl Theodor Vahlen (30 June 1869 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary – 16 November 1945 in Prague, Czechoslovakia) was an Austrian-born mathematician who was an ardent supporter of the Nazi Party. He was a member of both the SA and SS. (en).He held the rank of Brigade fuehrer in SS.In 1938 he was the Director of Prussian Academy of Sciences.

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Thursday, October 19, 2017

                          DIWALI.  FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS

                            Dr. K Prabhakar Rao


Diwali is an Indian festival
When the whole nation is full of lights
Evil was crushed on this day
the demons on this day were out of sights

Krishna on this day killed a demon
His name was    Narakasura the beast
He bullied the whole world for many years
At last  he was slain  on this day  to alls feast

this country today is in grip of hatred and terror
Wherea single day is not spared for crimes by the bold
Young girls are killed by the shady men
Although they are aged and  very old

nation is is in grip of shady men
Where they swindle the nation the whole year
Crooks, thugs and shady  win at polls
To look they resemble the black shaggy bear

In the days of yore. There was one devil Narakasura
today  of course  we have scores of Devils  ruling all nooks
They change parties in a flick of hand
 want to rule at costs with evil looks

Krishna has to come again as the Kali purush
to kill all the devils and free the nation from the evil
The day appears to be far.  And farAway
while all are waiting  for the eventful  thrillA


Pencil sketch of a nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


Bernhard Rust (30 September 1883 in Hanover – 8 May 1945) was Minister of Science, Education and National Culture (Reichserziehungsminister) in Nazi Germany.A combination of school administrator and zealous Nazi, he issued decrees, often bizarre, at every level of the German educational system to immerse German youth in the National Socialist philosophy. He reportedly committed suicide when Germany surrendered to allies on 8 May 1945

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FRANZ PFAFFER. VON SOLOMAN. NAZI

Franz Pfeffer von Salomon (19 February 1888 in Düsseldorf – 12 April 1968 in Munich), also known as Franz von Pfeffer, was the first commander of the SA upon its re-establishment in 1925, following its temporary abolition in 1923 after the abortive Beer Hall Putsch.
Pfeffer von Salomon was a Prussian Army veteran of the First World War and also a Freikorps member. He gained his reputation by organizing resistance groups to put an end to the French occupation of the Ruhr (1923–25). He was Gauleiter in Upper Bavaria, and Heinrich Himmler was once his secretary.Adolf Hitler gave Pfeffer command of the SA after he swore unconditional loyalty to Hitler following the Bamberg Conference of 1926. Pfeffer was dismissed from his command in 1930, following disagreements with Hitler about the role of the SA, and because he had failed to prevent his fellow SA leader Walter Stennes from leading an SA revolt in Berlin and thereby briefly occupying the Nazi Party's offices there. After Pfeffer's dismissal, Hitler assumed personal supreme command of the SA but summoned Ernst Röhm to return to Germany from South America to run the SA as its first Stabschef (Chief of Staff), since Hitler had no interest in running the SA himself.. he survived the WW II and died in 1968

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

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GUSTAV SIMON. NAZI


Gustav Simon (2 August 1900, Saarbrücken – 18 December 1945, Paderborn)[1] was, as the Nazi Gauleiter in the Moselland Gau from 1940 until 1944, the Chief of the Civil Administration in Luxembourg, which was occupied at that time by Nazi Germany.Following his death on Dec. 18, 1945, several contradictory rumors persisted about the place and the circumstances of Simon's end. The stories, however, can be grouped into two fundamental versions. The official version has it that Simon died in Paderborn, as the registry office there put on the death certificate. Simon is said to have hanged himself shortly before he was to have been handed over to Luxembourg. It does stand out, though, that the registration number 66/1946 was only written in February 1946, some two months after the date of Simon's death.
The second, unofficial version has it that Simon died in Luxembourg. After the British Occupation Administration agreed to hand him over, he was to have been taken by car by two Luxembourgers from Paderborn to the Luxembourgish capital (also called Luxembourg) so that he could be brought to book before a court there. Shortly before reaching Luxembourg, at Waldhaff, there was an incident provoked by Simon in which he was killed. Simon's body was nonetheless taken to the prison in Grund, a neighbourhood in the capital, where it was photographed by the press, and then in the end buried. His premature death thwarted any trial. To suppress the whole business, the media, among them the agency DANA (Deutsch-Amerikanische Nachrichtenagentur) and the Tageblatt, were furnished with information by the British Captain Hanns Alexander, about the "suicide in Paderborn".
This murder version has been investigated in studies based on both British and Luxembourgish archival documents.




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Image may contain: 1 person, drawingGUSTAF ADOLF SCHEEL.  NAZI
Col Kuntamukkala Prabhakar Rao Gustav Adolf Scheel (22 November 1907 – 25 March 1979) was a German physician and Nazi politician. As a SS member and Sicherheitsdienst employee, he became a "multifunctionary" in the time of the Third Reich, including posts as leader of both the National Socialist German Students' League and the German Student Union, as an Einsatzgruppen commander in occupied Alsace, as well as Gauleiter and Reichsstatthalter in Salzburg from November 1941 until May 1945. As Einsatzgruppen commander, he organized in October 1940 the deportation of Karlsruhe's Jews to the extermination camps in the east. After Salzburg's bloodless handover to the Americans on 4 May, Scheel initially fled but ten days later placed himself to the disposal of the US forces and was interned. After spending time in many camps and prisons, he was released on 24 December 1947. After once again being interned, he was transferred to Heidelberg to undergo Denazification. A local court sentenced him in 1948 to five years in a labour camp, and classified him as a Hauptschuldiger (literally "main culprit"). He was however released on 24 December 1948 as a result of several testimonies in his defence stating that he had ignored Hitler's commands to defend the City of Salzburg against the approaching US forces.Afterwards, he first worked as a night worker at the Port of Hamburg, and as of summer 1949, he was a doctor in a Hamburg hospital, then an assistant doctor at Rautenberg Hospital in Hamburg.

After an appeal proceeding in 1952, Scheel was classified as a Belasteter ("incriminated one"). From 1951 to 1953, he belonged, along with other former Nazi leaders such as Werner Best and Werner Naumann, to the Neo-Nazi "Naumann Circle" and so was arrested in January 1953 by British police, who suspected him of building up a secret organization; he was later handed over to German authorities. He was released on 17 June 1953. On 3 December 1954, his trial was suspended for lack of any adequate suspicion of wrongdoing. From February 1954 to 8 April 1977, he was the owner of a medical practice in Hamburg.

Monday, October 16, 2017

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HEINRICH. LOHSE. NAZI

On 6 May 1945, Lohse was unseated as High President of Schleswig-Holstein and shortly thereafter imprisoned by the British Army. Lohse was sentenced in 1948 to 10 years in prison, but was released in 1951 due to illness. Two inquiries were launched by German prosecutors against him; the grant of a High-Presidential pension which Lohse was fighting for was withdrawn under pressure from the Schleswig-Holstein Landtag. Lohse spent his twilight years in Mühlenbarbek where he died.[3]

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FREDRICK RAINER. NAZI

Col Kuntamukkala Prabhakar Rao He was an Austrian Nazi Gauleiter and governor of Salzburg and Carinthia and He is the only Sustrian. To hold the governor post for two states, At the end of war after Hitlers death he handed over his duties to an executive board and fled to mountainous area near lake weissenssee in Carthinthia. he was however arrested by British troops and was taken to Nuremberg where he testified against the 24 defendants at trials including the Austrian Inquart. He was extracted to Yugoslvaia on 13 mar 1947. He was tried by a military court of 4 th army and was sentenced to death for war crimes on 19 July 1947. his death certificate given to his wife reflected the same date. However there were rumours that he worked in 1950 for Yugoslavia.

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao