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Encyclopedia > Biographical Dictionary of the Extreme Right Since 1890

Biographical Dictionary of the Extreme Right Since 1890 is a reference book edited by Philip Rees. It contains entries for "500 major figures on the radical right, extreme right, and revolutionary right from 1890 to the present" (publisher's blurb). In general, a reference is something that refers or points to something else, or acts as a connection or a link between two things. ... Philip Rees is an writer and Librarian in charge of acquisitions at the J. B. Morrell Library, University of York. ... The term far-right refers to the relative position a group or person occupies within a political spectrum. ... The term far-right refers to the relative position a group or person occupies within a political spectrum. ... Far right, extreme right, ultra-right, radical right, or hard right are terms used to discuss the relative position a group or person occupies within a political spectrum. ... 1890 was a common year starting on Wednesday (see link for calendar). ...


It was published, as a 418-page hardcover, in New York by Simon & Schuster in 1990 (ISBN 0130893013). State nickname: The Empire State Official languages English Capital Albany Largest city New York City Governor George Pataki (R) Senators Charles Schumer (D) Hillary Clinton (D) Area  - Total  - % water Ranked 27th 141,205 km² 13. ... Jean-François Millet Le Semeur (The Sower) Simon & Schuster logo, circa 1961. ... This article is about the year. ...


Coverage

It covers Argentinian nationalists, Mexican sinarquistas, American nativist demagogues, Brazilian Integralists, German National Socialists, Portuguese National Syndicalists, Spanish Falangists, and Belgian Rexists. Motto: En Unión y Libertad (English: In Union and Liberty) Anthem: Himno Nacional Argentino Capital Buenos Aires 34°20′ S 58°30′ W Largest city Buenos Aires Official languages Spanish Government President Democratic Republic Néstor Kirchner Independence - May Revolution - Declared - Recognised from Spain May 25, 1810 July 9, 1816 in... The term Nativism is used in both politics and psychology in two fundamentally different ways. ... A demagogue (sometimes spelled demagog) is a leader who obtains power by appealing to the gut feelings of the public, usually by powerful use of rhetoric and propaganda. ... Integralism is a belief that society is an organic unity. ... The Nazi party used a right-facing swastika as their symbol and the red and black colors were said to represent Blut und Boden (blood and soil). ... Falange was a totalitarian clerical fascist political organization founded by José Antonio Primo de Rivera in 1933 in opposition to the Second Spanish Republic. ... Leon Degrelle Rexism was a fascist political movement in the first half of the twentieth century in Belgium. ...

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Mohammad Amin al-Husayni (ca. ... Giorgio Almirante (1914-1988) was the founder and leader of the Italian Social Movement until his retirement in 1987. ... 1914 (MCMXIV) is a common year starting on Thursday. ... 1988 (MCMLXXXVIII) was a leap year starting on a Friday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Max Amann Max Amann (November 24, 1891 - March 30, 1957) was a Nazi official with the honorary rank of SS-Obergruppenführer, politician and journalist. ... Adrien Arcand in 1933. ... Saint-Loup is the name or part of the name of several communes in France: Saint-Loup, in the Allier département Saint-Loup, in the Charente-Maritime département Saint-Loup, in the Creuse département Saint-Loup, in the Jura département Saint-Loup, in the Loir-et-Cher département Saint-Loup...

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Herbert Backe (1896-1947), was a German doctor and public servant,himself borned in Batum(Batumi),Georgia. ... 1896 was a leap year starting on Wednesday (see link for calendar). ... 1947 (MCMXLVII) was a common year starting on Wednesday (link will take you to calendar). ... Air Marshal Italo Balbo Italo Balbo (June 6, 1896 - June 28, 1940) was an Italian aviator, blackshirt leader and possible successor of Mussolini. ... Klaus Barbie in Army NCO Uniform Klaus Barbie (October 25, 1913 – September 25, 1991) was a Hauptsturmführer in the German SS and the Gestapo (secret police) during the Nazi regime. ... 1913 (MCMXIII) is a common year starting on Wednesday. ... 1991 (MCMXCI) is a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... 1909 (MCMIX) was a common year starting on Friday (see link for calendar). ... Maurice Barrès (September 22, 1862 - December 4, 1923), French novelist and politician, was born at Charmes-sur-Moselle (Vosges). ... 1862 was a common year starting on Wednesday (see link for calendar). ... 1923 (MCMXXIII) was a common year starting on Monday (link will take you to calendar). ... Gottfried Benn (May 2, 1886 – July 7, 1956) was a German essayist, book writer and expressionist poet. ... 1886 is a common year starting on Friday (click on link to calendar) // Events January 18 - Modern field hockey is born with the formation of The Hockey Association in England. ... 1956 (MCMLVI) was a leap year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Alain de Benoist (born 11 December 1943) is a French academic and head of the French think-tank Nouvelle Droite (English: New Right). ... 1943 (MCMXLIII) is a common year starting on Friday. ... Gottlob Berger (July 16, 1896 - 1975) was a German SS general during World War II. From 1940, he was Chief of Staff for the military SS and head of the SS main leadership office. ... Prince Junio Valerio Scipione Borghese (6 June 1906 - 26 August 1974) was an Italian naval commander and controversial political figure. ... Martin Bormann in the uniform of an honorary SS-Obergruppenführer Martin Bormann (June 17, 1900 – May 2, 1945) was a prominent German National Socialist official who became head of the Party Chancellery (Parteikanzlei) and Private Secretary to Adolf Hitler, gaining his trust and deriving immense power within the Third... Giuseppe Bottai (b. ... Robert Brasillach (March 31, 1909 - February 6, 1945) was a French pro-Nazi author in the Vichy France who was executed for collaboration. ...

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Marcelo Caetano Marcelo José das Neves Alves Caetano also spelled Marcello Caetano (August 17, 1906- October 26, 1980) was a Portuguese politician. ... Wilhelm Canaris Wilhelm Franz Canaris (January 1, 1887 in Aplerbeck near Dortmund – April 9, 1945 at Flossenbürg concentration camp) was head of the German military intelligence service, the Abwehr, for much of World War II. He was born in Aplerbeck, in Westphalia. ... Céline Céline redirects here. ... Gustavs Celmins (April 1, 1899–April 10, 1968) - politician, Latvian fascist leader. ... Houston Stewart Chamberlain Houston Stewart Chamberlain (September 9, 1855 - January 9, 1927) was a British author noted for his works concerning the Aryan race. ... Arthur Keneth Chesterton (1896 — August 16, 1973) was an ultra right_wing politician and journalist, instrumental in founding a number of right_wing organisations in Britain, primarily in opposition to the break_up of the British Empire, and later adopting a broader anti-immigration stance. ... Galeazzo Ciano Galeazzo Ciano, Count of Cortellazzo (March 18, 1903 - January 11, 1944), was Benito Mussolinis Foreign Minister and son-in-law. ... Fritz Clausen Fritz Clausen (1893-1945) was leader of the Danish Nazi Party (DNSAP) prior to and during World War II. Born in Abenra, Prussia, Clausen served in the German Army during World War I. After the war, Clausen studied medicine in Heidelberg and became a doctor in 1924, after... Corneliu Zelea Codreanu Corneliu Zelea Codreanu (13 September 1899 - 30 November 1938) was the main figure of the Romanian fascist movement in the interwar period, known as The Legion of Saint Michael the Archangel or The Iron Guard. ... Father Charles Edward Coughlin (October 25, 1891 – October 27, 1979) was a Roman Catholic priest from Royal Oak, Michigan, a priest from Shrine of the Little Flower Catholic Church, and one of the first evangelists to preach to a widespread listening audience over the medium of radio during the...

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DAnnunzio Gabriele DAnnunzio (12 March 1863 – 1 March 1938) was an Italian poet, writer, novelist, dramatist, daredevil and war hero, who went on to have a controversial role in politics as a precursor of the fascist movement. ... Richard Walther Darré (14 July 1895 - 5 September 1953), SS-Obergruppenführer, was one of the Nazi leading ‘blood and soil’ ideologists. ... Marcel Déat Marcel Déat (March 7, 1894-January 5, 1955) was a French Fascist and politician prior to and during World War II. Born in Guerigny, Déat became a member of the French Socialist Party in 1914. ... Emilio De Bono Emilio De Bono (March 19, 1866–January 11, 1944) was an Italian General who fought in World War I and helped organize the Fascist Party. ... Staf De Clercq Staf De Clercq (16 September 1884 – 22 October 1942) was a co-founder and leader of the Flemish nationalist Vlaamsch Nationale Verbond (Flemish National League, or VNV). ... Léon Degrelle Léon Joseph Marie Degrelle (June 15, 1906 – April 1, 1994) was a founder of Belgian Rexism who joined the Waffen SS (becoming a leader of its Wallon contingent) and, after the war, became a prominent figure in the neo-fascist and Holocaust revisionist movements. ... Lawrence Dennis (December 25, 1893 - August 1977) was an American writer on political economy who was in his time villified as a leading intellectual fascist but whose writings were an inspiration to many radical movements and even to a great degree anticipated the rise of the modern so called anti... SS-Obergruppenführer Sepp Dietrich Josef Sepp Dietrich also known as Ujac (May 28, 1892–April 21/22, 1966) was a German Waffen-SS general, an SS-Oberstgruppenführer, and one of the closest men to Hitler. ... == ELIZABETH DILLING - WHITE LIBERATOR == Dilling, nee Kirkpatrick, was born in Chicago on April 19, 1894, to a prosperous Episcopalian family. ... Karl Dönitz ▶(?) (pronounced ) (September 16, 1891 – December 24, 1980) was a naval leader in Germany during World War II. Despite never joining the Nazi Party, Dönitz attained the high rank of Grand Admiral (Großadmiral) and served as Commander in Chief of Submarines (), and later Commander in Chief... Jacques Doriot Jacques Doriot (September 26, 1898–February 22, 1945) was a French Fascist and politician prior to and during World War II. Born in Bresles, Oise, Doriot moved to Saint Denis at a young age and became a laborer. ... Anton Drexler (June 13, 1884 - February 24, 1942) was a Munich railway locksmith, a poet and member of the völkisch agitators who, together with journalist Karl Harrer, founded the German Workers Party (DAP) in 1919. ... Pierre Drieu La Rochelle (January 3, 1893 - March 15, 1945) was a French novelist and essayist, who lived and died in Paris. ... Édouard Drumont (1844-1917) was a French antisemite and proto-fascist. ...

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Dietrich Eckart (March 23, 1868 - December 26, 1923) was one of the early key members of the National-Socialist German Workers Party and one of the participants in the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch. ... Adolf Eichmann, Germany 1940 Photo from United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archives. ... Martin Eugen Ekström (December 6, 1887-December 28, 1954) was a Swedish military adventurer who became the leader of the Nationalsocialistiska Blocket, an umbrella organization for various fascist and National Socialist groups. ... Julius Evola, born Giulio Cesare Andrea Evola, aka Baron Giulio (May 19, 1898-June 11, 1974), was a controversial Italian esotericist, who wrote prolifically on matters political, philosophical, historical, and religious from a Traditionalist point of view. ...

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Roberto Farinacci Roberto Farinacci (October 16, 1892-April 28, 1945) was a leading member of the Italian Fascist Party before and during World War II. Born in Isernia, Italy, Roberto Farinacci was raised in poverty and dropped out of school at a young age. ... Gottfried Feder (January 1, 1883 - September 24, 1941) was an anti-capitalist, anti-semite and one of the early key members of the German Nazi party. ... Francisco Franco Francisco Paulino Hermenegildo Teódulo Franco y Bahamonde (December 4, 1892 – November 20, 1975), abbreviated Francisco Franco Bahamonde and sometimes known as Generalisimo Francisco Franco, was the dictator and Head of State of Spain (in parts of the country from 1936, totally from 1939) until his death in... Karl Hermann Frank Karl Hermann Frank (January 24, 1898-May 22, 1946) was a prominent Sudeten-German Nazi official in Czechoslovakia prior to and during World War II. Born in Karlovy Vary, Frank was taught by his father (a proponent of Georg Ritter von Schönerer’s policies) at a... Wilhelm Frick (March 12, 1877 – October 16, 1946) was a prominent Nazi official. ... Theodor Fritsch (1852-1933) was a rabid German anti-semite whose views did much to influence popular German opinion against Jews in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. ... J.F.C. Fuller (September 1, 1878 – February 10, 1966), full name John Frederick Charles Fuller, was a British Major General, military historian and strategist, notable as an early theorist of modern armoured warfare, including categorising principles of warfare. ... Walther Funk in the dock at Nuremberg. ... FurugÃ¥rd in 1932 Birger FurugÃ¥rd (1887-1961) was a Swedish politician and veterinary. ...

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Radola Gajda (born Rudolf Geidl, February 14, 1892 – April 15, 1948) was a Czech fascist leader and military commander who fought in the white Russian army during the Russian civil war. ... Cornelis van Geelkerken (March 19, 1901-March 29, 1979) was co-founder of the Dutch Nationaal-Socialistische Beweging. ... Giovanni Gentile in his earlier years. ... Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels (October 29, 1897 – May 1, 1945) was Adolf Hitlers Propaganda Minister (see Propagandaministerium) in Nazi Germany. ... Hermann Göring Hermann Wilhelm Göring (also Goering in English) (January 12, 1893 – October 15, 1946) was an early member of the Nazi party, founder of the Gestapo, and one of the main leaders of Nazi Germany. ... Gyula Gömbös Gyula Gömbös (December 26, 1886-October 6, 1936) was a right wing extemist who served as Prime Minister of Hungary from 1932 to 1936. ... Jorge González von Marées (April 5, 1900-March 14, 1962) was El Jefe (the leader) of the Movimiento Nacional Socialista de Chile (MNS, National Socialist Movement of Chile), a politician and author. ... Count Dino Grandi (1895-1988), born in Mordano (BO), Emilia. ... Rodolfo Graziani Rodolfo, Marchese Di Neghelli Graziani (1882 - 1955), was an Italian military officer who led expeditions in Africa before and during World War II. Born near Frosinone on August 11, 1882, he served in World War I becoming the youngest colonel in the Italian Royal Army. ...

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Knut Hamsun (31 years old) in 1890 Knut Hamsun (August 4, 1859 – February 19, 1952) was a leading Norwegian author and recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1920. ... General Karl Haushofer General Karl Ernst Haushofer (August 27, 1869, Munich - March 13, 1946, Pähl) was a German geopolitician. ... Be there. ... Konrad Henlein as SS-Gruppenführer Konrad Henlein (May 6, 1898 - May 10, 1945) was the most important pro-Nazi politician in Czechoslovakia and leader of Sudeten German separatists. ... Rudolf Hess Rudolf Hess should not be confused with another prominent Nazi, Rudolf Höß (also spelled Höss or Hoess. ... Reinhard Heydrich as SS-Gruppenführer Reinhard Tristan Eugen Heydrich (March 7, 1904 – June 4, 1942) was an SS-Obergruppenführer, chief of the Reich Main Security Office, and Reich governor of Bohemia and Moravia. ... Heinrich Himmler ▶(?) (October 7, 1900 – May 23, 1945) was the commander of the German Schutzstaffel (SS) and one of the most powerful men in Nazi Germany. ... Hitler redirects here. ... Rudolf Hoess should not be confused with the other prominent Nazi, Rudolf Hess. ...

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Béla Imrédy Béla Imrédy de Omeravica (December 29, 1891-February 28, 1946) was Prime Minister of Hungary from 1938 to 1939. ...

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William Joyce (April 24, 1906 – January 3, 1946), known as Lord Haw-Haw was a fascist politician and Nazi propaganda broadcaster to the United Kingdom during World War II. A condemned war-time traitor, he was controversially executed for treason. ... Ernst Jünger as a soldier in World War I Ernst Jünger, Juenger or Junger in English, (March 29, 1895 – February 17, 1998) was a German author of novels and accounts of his war experiences. ...

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Rabbi Meir Kahane Meir David Kahane (Hebrew: מאיר דוד כהנא, Kahane being a variation on Cohen or priest; also known by the pseudonym Michael King) (August 1, 1932 – November 5, 1990), was an American Orthodox rabbi, author, political activist, and eventually a member of the Israeli Knesset. ... SS-Obergruppenführer Dr. Ernst Kaltenbrunner Ernst Kaltenbrunner (October 4, 1903 – October 16, 1946) was a senior Nazi official during World War II. // Early Life Born in Ried im Innkreis, Austria, he was the son of a lawyer. ... Vihtori Iisakki Kosola (July 10, 1884-December 14, 1936) was a leader of the Finnish Lapua Movement. ... Damian Kratzenberg (November 5, 1878-August 1, 1946) was a university professor who became head of the Volksdeutsche Bewegung (Volksdeutsche Movement), a pro-Nazi political group, in Luxembourg during World War II. He was executed after the war for collaboration with the Nazis. ... Fritz Kuhn (May 15, 1896–December 14, 1951) was the leader of the German-American Bund, prior to World War II. He was a naturalized citizen of the United States and a loyal supporter of the German government led by Adolf Hitler. ...

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Hubert Lagardelle (1874-1958) was a French syndicalist thinker, influenced by Proudhon. ... Lanz von Liebenfels Adolf Josef Lanz (aka Jörg Lanz), who called himself Lanz von Liebenfels (July 19, 1874 - April 22, 1954) was a former monk and the founder of the right-wing magazine Ostara, in which he published anti-semitic and racist theories. ... Agostino Lanzillo (1886-1952) was an anarcho-syndicalist leader who became a member of Benito Mussolinis Fascist movement. ... Defunct California Proposition 64 North American Labour Party Party for the Commonwealth of Canada Parti pour la république du Canada U.S. Labor Party Lyndon Hermyle LaRouche, Jr. ... Johann von Leers (January 25, 1902-March 5, 1965) was a German professor known for his anti-Jewish polemics. ... Doctor Arnold Spencer-Leese (1877-1956) was a noted veterinarian, anti-Semite and fascist politician, born in 1877 in Lytham, Lancashire, England. ... Portrait of Jean-Marie Le Pen. ... Robert Ley (February 15, 1890 - October 25, 1945) was a prominent Nazi figure in the Third Reich. ... Jonas Lauritz Idemil Lie (November 6, 1833 – July 5, 1908) was a Norwegian novelist, considered to be one of the Four Greats of 19th century Norwegian literature. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Huey Pierce Long (August 30, 1893–September 10, 1935) was an American politician from the U.S. state of Louisiana. ... Erich Ludendorff (sometimes given incorrectly as Erich von Ludendorff) (April 9, 1865 – December 20, 1937, Tutzing, Bavaria, Germany) was a German Army officer, noted as a general during World War I. Ludendorff was born in Kruszewnia near Posen, Prussia (now Poznań, Poland). ... Karl Lueger (October 24, 1844-March 10, 1910) was an Austrian politician and mayor of Vienna, known for his anti-semitism and racist policies. ... Hristo Nikolov Lukov (1887-February 13, 1943) was a Bulgarian general who lead the Union of Bulgarian National Legions (SBNL). ...

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Curzio Malaparte Curzio Malaparte (June 9, 1898 - July 19, 1957), born as Kurt Erich Suckert, was an Italian journalist, dramatist, short-story writer, novelist and diplomatist. ... Filippo Tommaso Emilio Marinetti (Born December 22, 1876 in Alexandria, Egypt. ... Charles Maurras (April 20, 1868 - November 16, 1952) was a French monarchist poet, critic and leader and principal thinker of the anti-Dreyfusard Action Française movement. ... George S. Mercouris (1886-December, 1943) was a Greek politician who founded the Greek National Socialist Party Born in Athens, he studied politics and economics there, Paris, and London. ... Ioannis Metaxas Ioannis Metaxas (Greek Ιωάννης Μεταξάς, April 12, 1871 - January 29, 1941) was a Greek General and the Prime Minister of Greece from 1936 until his death. ... Yukio Mishima (三島由紀夫 Mishima Yukio), was the public name of Kimitake Hiraoka (平岡公威 Hiraoka Kimitake), (January 14, 1925 - November 25, 1970), a Japanese author and considered a rightist political activist (although this is disputed), notable for both his nihilistic post-war writing and the circumstances of his suicide. ... Arthur Moeller van den Bruck (April 23, 1876 – May 30, 1925) was a German cultural historian and writer. ... Sir Oswald Ernald Mosley, 6th Bt. ... Ion Moţa Ion Moţa (5 July 1902-13 January 1937) was a Romanian nationalist deputy leader of the Iron Guard who became a prominent symbol of martyrdom after killed in battle during the Spanish Civil War. ... Heinrich Müller (May 28, 1900-?) was the head of Nazi Germanys RSHAs Amt IV and led the Gestapo from 1939 until his mysterious disappearance at the close of the World War II on the 29th of April 1945. ... Anton Mussert Anton Adriaan Mussert (May 11, 1894-May 7, 1946) was a successful civil engineer who worked for the Dutch government. ... Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini (Predappio near Forlì, July 29, 1883 – Giulino di Mezzegra near Como, April 28, 1945) led Italy from 1922 to 1943. ...

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Ernst Niekisch (May 23, 1889-May 27, 1967) was a prominent German exponent of National Bolshevism. ... 1889 was a common year starting on Tuesday (see link for calendar). ... 1967 (MCMLXVII) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ...

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General Eoin ODuffy (20 October 1892 - 30 November 1944), was in succession a Teachta Dála (TD), the Chief of Staff of the Irish Republican Army, the second Commissioner of the Garda Síochána, leader of the quasi-fascist Blueshirts and then the first (extra-parliamentary) leader of...

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Sergio Panunzio (July 20, 1886-October 8, 1944) was an Italian theoretician of revolutionary syndicalism. ... Franz Joseph Hermann Michael Maria von Papen (October 29, 1879–May 2, 1969) was a German politician and diplomat associated with the Centre Party. ... Giovanni Papini (1881-1956) was an Italian journalist, critic, poet and novelist. ... The title given to this article lacks diacritics because of certain technical limitations. ... William Dudley Pelley wanted poster William Dudley Pelley (March 12, 1890-July 1, 1965) was an American Fascist and leader of the Silver Legion. ... Ezra Pound in 1913. ... For other people called Jose Rivera, see Jose Rivera José Antonio Primo de Rivera José Antonio Primo de Rivera, Marqués de Estella (April 24, 1903–November 20, 1936) was the son of general Miguel Primo de Rivera, who was dictator of Spain from 1923 until 1930. ...

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Vidkun Quisling Vidkun Abraham Lauritz Jonssøn Quisling (July 18, 1887–October 24, 1945) was a Norwegian fascist politician and officer. ...

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Giuseppe Umberto Rauti (born 1926) has been a leading figure on the Italian far right for many years. ... Otto Ernst Remer Otto-Ernst Remer (August 18, 1912 - October 4, 1997) was a German Wehrmacht officer who played a decisive role in stopping the 1944 July 20 Plot against Hitler, co-founded the Sozialistische Reichspartei, and advanced Holocaust denial. ... Joachim von Ribbentrop Joachim von Ribbentrop (born Joachim Ribbentrop) (April 30, 1893–October 16, 1946) was Foreign Minister of Germany from 1938 until 1945. ... George Lincoln Rockwell (March 9, 1918 - August 25, 1967) was the founder and Commander of the American Nazi Party and perhaps the most notorious American neo-Nazi leader, until his assassination by a rival, John Patler. ... Ernst Röhm Ernst Julius Röhm (often written as Roehm in English) (November 28, 1887, Munich; July 1, 1934, Munich-Stadelheim prison, murdered) was a German military officer and commander and co-founder of the Nazi Sturmabteilung or storm troopers (the SA). ... Alfred Rosenberg in 1933 Alfred Rosenberg (January 12, 1893–October 16, 1946) was an early and intellectually influential member of the Nazi party, who later held several important posts in the Nazi government. ... Hans Rudel Hans-Ulrich Rudel (July 2, 1916 - December 18, 1982) was a highly decorated German fighter pilot during World War II. Rudel was born in German Silesia. ...

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Antonio Salazar on July 22, 1946 issue of Time Magazine Dr. António de Oliveira Salazar (April 28, 1889—July 27, 1970) was the Prime Minister of Portugal from 1932 to 1968, noted for the dictatorial nature of his government. ... Plínio Salgado (January 22, 1895–December 7, 1975) was the founder and leader of the 1930s Brazilian fascist movement known as Integralism. Early life Born in the small traditional town of São Bento do Sapucaí in São Paulo state, he was the son of Col. ... Ernst von Salomon (September 25, 1902 - August 9, 1972) was a German writer and one of the assassins of Walther Rathenau. ... Baldur Benedikt von Schirach (May 9, 1907 – August 8, 1974) was a Nazi war criminal. ... Carl Schmitt Carl Schmitt (July 11, 1888 - April 7, 1985) was a German legal theoretician and political scientist. ... Georg Ritter von Schönerer Georg Ritter von Schönerer (July 17, 1842-August 14, 1921) was an Austrian politician active in the late 1800s and early 1900s. ... Rudolf Freiherr von Sebottendorf was the alias of Adam Alfred Rudolf Glauer (November 9, 1875 – May 8, 1945), who also occasionally used another alias, Erwin Torre. ... Arthur Seyss-Inquart (born Arthur Zajtich, officially (German) Arthur Seyß-Inquart) (July 22, 1892 – October 16, 1946) was a prominent Nazi official in Austria and for wartime Germany in Poland and the Netherlands. ... Horia Sima (July 3, 1907-1993) was the second and last leader of Romanias Iron Guard in the Second World War. ... Otto Skorzeny Otto Skorzeny (June 12, 1908 - July 5, 1975) was a Obersturmbannführer in the German Waffen-SS during World War II. He is best-known as the commando leader who rescued Benito Mussolini from imprisonment after his overthrow, and for his involvement in organizing one of ODESSAs... Gerald Lyman Kenneth Smith (February 27, 1898–April 15, 1976) was considered a demagogue by many. ... Georges Eugène Sorel (2 November 1847-29 August 1922) was a French philosopher and theorist of revolutionary syndicalism. ... Albert Speer â–¶(?) (March 19, 1905 – September 1, 1981) was born Berthold Konrad Hermann Albert Speer in Mannheim, Germany, the second of three sons. ... Oswald Arnold Gottfried Spengler (Blankenburg am Harz May 29, 1880 – May 8, 1936, Munich) was a German historian and philosopher, although his studies ranged throughout mathematics, science, philosophy, history, and art. ... Achille Starace Achille Starace ( August 18, 1889- April 29, 1945) was a prominent leader of Fascist Italy prior to and during World War II. Born in Gallipoli to a wine and oil merchant, Achille Starace attended the Lecce Technical Institute as a young man, where he earned a degree in... Ernst Rüdiger Starhemberg Ernst Rüdiger Starhemberg (May 10, 1899, Eferding -March 15, 1956, Schruns; Ernst Rüdiger Fürst von Starhemberg until the 1919 abolition of nobility) was an Austrian Fascist and politician prior to World War II. Born in Eferding, Upper Austria, in 1899, von Starhemberg hailed... Adolf Stoecker (December 11, 1835 - February 2, 1909) was the court chaplain to Kaiser Wilhelm, a politician, and an anti-semitic German theologian. ... Gregor Strasser Gregor Strasser (May 31, 1892 - June 30, 1934) was an early leader of the German National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, abbreviated NSDAP) or Nazi Party. ... Julius Streicher at the Nuremberg Trials Julius Streicher (February 12, 1885 – October 16, 1946) was a prominent Nazi prior to and during World War II. He was the publisher of the Nazi Der Stürmer newspaper, which was to become a part of the Nazi propaganda machine. ... Ferenc Szálasi Ferenc Szálasi (January 6, 1897-March 12, 1946) was a Fascist and the Prime Minister of Hungary during the final days of Hungarys participation in World War II. Born the son of a soldier in Kassa, Szálasi followed in his fathers footsteps and...

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Josef Antonius Heinrich Terboven (May 23, 1898 - May 8, 1945) was a Gauleiter of Essen and later Reichskommissar (Commissary) of Norway from 1940 to 1945, during the German occupation of World War II. He committed suicide at the wars end by blowing himself up with dynamite. ... Jean-Francois Thiriart was a Belgian politician of the extreme right. ... Monsignor Jozef Tiso (October 13, 1887–April 18, 1947) was a Roman Catholic priest who became a deputy of the Czechoslovak parliament, a member of the Czechoslovak government, and finally the President World War II-era Slovak Republic when it was a Nazi puppet state. ... Fritz Todt in the uniform of a major general of the Luftwaffe Fritz Todt (September 4, 1891 – February 8, 1942) was an German engineer and senior Nazi figure, the founder of Organisation Todt. ... Reimond Tollenaere (June 29, 1909-January 22, 1942) was a Flemish National Socialist who volunteered to fight the USSR in the Flemish Legion of the Waffen-SS. Tollenaere was born in Oostakker. ...

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Georges Valois (real name Alfred-Georges Gressent), 1878 - 1945 was a French economist and politician. ... Johannes Frederik Janse Van Rensburg (known as Hans) (September 24, 1898-September 25, 1966) was a South African leader of the Ossewabrandwag. ...

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Adolf Wagner (March 25, 1835 Erlangen - November 8, 1917 Berlin) was a German Economist and Financial scientist. ... Josef Franz Wagner (1856 – 1908) was an Austrian military bandmaster and composer. ... Robert Heinrich Wagner (born 13 October 1895 in Lindach, died 14 August 1946) was Gauleiter and Head of the Civil Government of Alsace during the German occupation in World War II. He was later tried, convicted and sentenced to death by the Permanent Military Tribunal in Strasbourg in 1946. ... Robert Welch (1929-2000) is one of Britains most important and influential silversmiths. ... Horst Wessel (September 9, 1907 in Bielefeld – February 23, 1930 in Berlin) was a German Nazi known for being the author of lyrics to the song Die Fahne hoch (Horst Wessel Lied) and for being glorified by the Nazi regime as a martyr of the early years of the movement. ... Gerald B. Winrod was a preacher from Kansas. ... Karl Wolff (right) with Benito Mussolini Karl Friedrich Otto Wolff (May 13, 1900 - July 17, 1984) was a high-ranking member of the Nazi SS. He held the rank of SS-Obergruppenführer and General of the Waffen-SS. Wolff was born in Darmstadt, Germany and joined the German Army...

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Juan Yagüe Blanco (1891 – October 29, 1952) was a Spanish army officer during the Spanish Civil War. ... 1891 was a common year starting on Thursday (see link for calendar). ... 1952 (MCMLII) was a leap year starting on Tuesday (link will take you to calendar). ...

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  • ZEHRER, Hans (1899-1966)

 
 

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