Alfred Rosenberg, 1938

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Alfred Rosenberg, 1938 Stock Photo
Alfred Rosenberg, 1938
Sueddeutsche Zeitung Photo / Alamy Stock Photo
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Alfred Rosenberg, 1938. Alfred Rosenberg (1893-1946), came in 1919 in the Nazi Party, in 1923 was involved in the Hitler coup, from 1923 was Head of the Voelkischen Beobachter, 1930-45 Member of the Reichstag and 1933-45 Reich Leader of the NSDAP, in his anti-Semitic and anticlerical main work The Myth of the Twentieth Century(1930) he demanded a new, race appropriate belief. From 1933 Leader of the Foreign Policy Office of the NSDAP, Leader of the Nazi plunder Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg (The Reichsleiter Rosenberg Institute) (1940-45) and as Reich Minister of the Occupied Eastern Territories (1941-45) in the Trial of the Major War Criminals in Nuremberg was sentenced to death and executed in 1946., 08.01.1938
Location: Berlin, Berlin/City State, Germany