Famous Nazis - List of Famous Nazis
While talking about the Nazis, one is almost instantly reminded of the infamous German dictator Adolf Hitler. The man propagated, or rather forced, his ideology – Nazism among the masses. His political outfit, the Nazi party was also built on the same ideology. The admirers of Hitler, members of the Nazi party as well as the army and police personnel of yesteryear Germany (ruled by Hitler) were collectively called the Nazis. The Nazis had occupied several parts of Europe and imposed one of the most notorious styles of governance ever, perhaps one of the worst in history. The Nazis are remembered for their hatred towards Jews and atrocities committed on the members of the community. Several concentration camps were set up by the Nazis to cage the Jews residing in Germany, Austria and Poland. Millions of Jews were forcefully imprisoned in these concentration camps and subjected to inhuman treatment. Most of these prisoners succumbed to the pathetic living conditions and many others were mercilessly shot dead by the Nazis. Interestingly, Nazi chief Adolf Hitler seldom spoke about his hatred towards the Jews and the atrocities committed in the concentration camps. Several celebrities during recent times have received the title of being ‘Nazi sympathizers’ for speaking high of Adolf Hitler. Hollywood heartthrob Arnold Schwarzenegger was the subject of controversy quite recently for being a fan of the Nazi dictator. However, the ‘Terminator’ star has rubbished these claims. The internet is flooded with stories of many Nazis, who came into the limelight for their brutality.
Here is the list of famous Nazis, who came into the limelight for their brutality.
The Most Famous Nazis
|Alfred Rosenberg||January 12, 1893||German||Alfred Rosenberg was one of the leading ideologists of the Nazi Party who played a decisive role in shaping Nazi philosophy|
|Reinhard Heydrich||March 7, 1904||German||Reinhard Heydrich was a high-ranking German Nazi official during the World War II|
|Heinrich Himmler||October 7, 1900||German||Heinrich Himmler was a German Nazi military commander and a close associate of Adolf Hitler|
|Karl Brandt||January 8, 1904||German||Karl Brandt was a German physician who served as Adolf Hitler’s personal physician|
|Adolf Eichmann||March 19, 1906||German||Adolf Eichmann or Otto Adolf Eichmann was a lieutenant colonel in the German Army responsible for organizing the Holocaust in which almost six million Jews were exterminated.|
|Eva Braun||February 6, 1912||German||Eva Braun was the partner of Hitler and later his wife – only for a few hours|
|Joseph Goebbels||October 29, 1897||German||Paul Joseph Goebbels was a leader and propagandist during Nazi Germany|
|Albert Speer||March 19, 1905||German||Albert Speer was a German architect and served as a Minister for Nazi Germany during the Second World War|
|Wernher Von Braun||March 23, 1912||German, Polish, American||Wernher von Braun was a rocket scientist and aerospace engineer, who played a major role in rocket science during and post-WWII|
|Nancy Astor||May 19, 1879||British||Nancy Astor was the first woman to sit as a Member of Parliament in the British House of Commons|