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  1. Otto Abetz (né le 26 mai 1903 et mort le 5 mai 1958) est un diplomate allemand, ambassadeur du Troisième Reich à Paris durant l'occupation de la France, au cours de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Biographie [ modifier | modifier le code ]

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Otto_AbetzOtto Abetz - Wikipedia

    Otto Abetz was one of the few German functionaries who admired and respected von Ribbentrop. His primary objective was to secure complete collaboration from the French, through negotiations with Laval and Admiral Darlan. Abetz's function eventually evolved into becoming the catalyst for society, the arts, industry, education, and above all ...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Eric_AbetzEric Abetz - Wikipedia

    Eric Abetz's great uncle, Otto Abetz, was a Nazi SS officer, German ambassador to Vichy France, and a convicted war criminal. Eric's grandfather was Karl Abetz, a professor of forestry science, who joined the Nazi Party in 1933 and became general consultant of the Reich Forestry Office in 1942.

  4. De hecho, Laval logró convencer al embajador alemán Otto Abetz que ningún "colaboracionista" sería tan eficaz para el Tercer Reich como el propio Laval, y que dejar el liderazgo a Déat o Doriot implicaría aumentar el descontento popular y estimular a la resistencia local. Abetz aceptó tal argumento y apoyó la posición de Laval ante Hitler.

  5. Otto Edwin von Stülpnagel (16 June 1878 – 6 February 1948) was a German military commander of occupied France during the Second World War. Arrested by Allied authorities after the war, he committed suicide in prison in 1948.

  6. Sommaire move to sidebar masquer Début 1 Biographie Afficher / masquer la sous-section Biographie 1.1 Formation et débuts 1.2 L'Occupation 1.3 L'après-guerre 2 Distinctions Afficher / masquer la sous-section Distinctions 2.1 Décorations 2.2 Autres 2.3 Prix 3 Œuvre 4 Collections publiques 5 Le musée Paul-Belmondo 6 Notes et références 7 Voir aussi Afficher / masquer la sous-section Voir ...

  7. Otto Abetz – Sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment in 1949, appealed in 1952, released in 1954; Richard Baer – Sturmbannführer, commander of the Auschwitz I concentration camp. Lived under the pseudonym of Karl Neumann after the War. Then discovered in 1960 and arrested.