Adolf Eichmann (1906-1962) headed Gestapo Department IV B4 for
Jewish Affairs, serving as a self proclaimed 'Jewish specialist' and was
the man responsible for keeping the trains rolling from all over Europe
to death camps during the Final Solution.
Hess (1894-1987) was Deputy Führer and considered the number
three man in Hitler's Germany after Göring. Best known for his surprise
flight to Scotland on May 10, 1941 in which he intended to negotiate peace
with the British, but which resulted in his capture and long term imprisonment.
Heydrich (1904-1942) was second in importance to Heinrich Himmler
in the Nazi SS organization. Nicknamed "The Blond Beast" by
the Nazis, and "Hangman Heydrich" by others, Heydrich was a
cold, calculating manipulator without human compassion who was the leading
planner of Hitler's Final Solution.
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