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  1. Reinhard Tristan Eugen Heydrich: Apodo: The Hangman, The Butcher of Prague, The Blond Beast, Himmler's Evil Genius, Young Evil God of Death, Le Boucher de Prague y The Man with the Iron Heart: Nacimiento: 7 de marzo de 1904 Halle del Saale, Imperio alemán: Fallecimiento: 4 de junio de 1942 (38 años) Praga, Protectorado de Bohemia y Moravia, Alemania nazi

  2. Reinhard Tristan Eugen Heydrich (/ ˈ h aɪ d r ɪ k / HEYE-drik; German: [ˈʁaɪnhaʁt ˈtʁɪstan ˈʔɔʏɡn̩ ˈhaɪdʁɪç] ; 7 March 1904 – 4 June 1942) was a high-ranking German SS and police official during the Nazi era and a principal architect of the Holocaust.

  3. El general de las SS Reinhard Heydrich fue el jefe de: - El Servicio de Seguridad del Reichsführer-SS (Sicherheitsdienst, SD) de 1931 a 1942. - La Policía Secreta Estatal Alemana (Geheime Staatspolizei, Gestapo) de 1934 a 1936. - La Policía de Seguridad Alemana (Sicherheitspolizei, SiPo), formada por la Gestapo y las fuerzas de investigación de la ...

  4. 07/03/2020 · Reinhard Heydrich, el carnicero de Praga. Considerado uno de los jerarcas nazis más crueles, Reinhard Heydrich fue uno de los principales ideólogos de la "solución final" y el responsable de llevar a la muerte a millones de judíos. Definido por el propio Hitler como "el hombre de corazón de hierro", Heydrich murió en Praga víctima de un atentado.

    • Family History
    • Creating A Nazi Party Intelligence Service
    • Formation of The Reich Security Main Office
    • Suppressing Internal and External Enemies of The State
    • Plans For A "Solution to The Jewish Question"
    • Wannsee Conference
    • Resistance and Reprisal in Bohemia and Moravia
    • Assassination
    • Operation "Reinhard"

    Reinhard Heydrich was born on March 7, 1904, in Halle an der Saale, 20 miles northwest of Leipzig, in the German state of Saxony. He was baptized a Roman Catholic. His father, Bruno Heydrich, was an opera singer. He was the director of the music conservatory in Halle, which he had founded in 1901. During World War I and its aftermath, Bruno Heydric...

    Heydrich was introduced to SS chief Heinrich Himmler in Munich by a family friend. At that time, Himmler was seeking to create an internal intelligence service for the Nazi Party. Himmler was so impressed by Heydrich's proposals that he brought him into the SS in August 1931 and tasked him with developing the Security Service (Sicherheitsdienst;SD)...

    When Himmler was appointed commander of the Bavarian political police detective force on April 1, 1933, he appointed Heydrich his deputy. Himmler and Heydrich centralized the political police departments of Germany into the Gestapo. When Himmler's SS became independent of the SA after the purge of SA chief of staff Ernst Röhm and the top SA leaders...

    Under Heydrich, the Security Police and the SD was the primary agency responsible for intelligence analysis and executive measures in suppressing numerous internal and external enemies of the Nazi state. The SD established intelligence departments to study the alleged long-term plots of each of the Reich's enemies: 1. “World Jewry” 2. “Marxists” (C...

    Impressed by Heydrich's dynamic leadership in the competition with officials of the Nazi Party and the German state for the leading role in “solving” the “Jewish Question,” Hermann Göring, the recognized deputy of Hitler in this matter, authorized Heydrich on January 24, 1939, to develop plans for a “solution to the Jewish Question” in the German R...

    On January 20, 1942, Heydrich invited key officials from various Reich Ministries to a conference at a villa on the Wannsee, on the southwestern edge of Berlin. The ministries included the Foreign Ministry, the Ministries of Justice and the Interior, and civilian occupation officials in the Government General and the Reich Commissariat Ostland. At ...

    After the invasion of the Soviet Union spurred a previously dormant communist resistance movement in Bohemia and Moravia into acts of sabotage, Hitler dismissed Reich Protector Konstantin von Neurath and appointed Heydrich acting Reich Protector in September 1941. Heydrich first ordered a narrow wave of terror targeting real and perceived leaders o...

    Heydrich was so confident that his pacification program had succeeded that he flagrantly disregarded measures for his own security and traveled around Prague in an open vehicle. On May 27, 1942, as he traveled on a familiar route to the airport to fly to Hitler's headquarters, two Czech parachute agents succeeded in rolling a hand grenade under Hey...

    The RSHA that Heydrich created and the “Final Solution” policy that he initiated would be dreadfully effective after his death. The Germans and their Axis partners killed six million Jews between 1941 and 1945. SS and police leaders in occupied Poland would later rename an operation in “honor” of this most ruthless practitioner of mass murder: Oper...

  5. 11/11/2022 · Reinhard Heydrich, in full Reinhard Tristan Eugen Heydrich, byname The Hangman, German Der Henker, (born March 7, 1904, Halle, Germany—died June 4, 1942, Prague, Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia [now in Czech Republic]), Nazi German official who was Heinrich Himmler’s chief lieutenant in the Schutzstaffel (“Protective Echelon”), the paramilitary corps commonly known as the SS.

  6. Reinhard Heydrich. Reichssicherheitshauptamt, Jefe de la policía alemana, Jefe de la Gestapo para las zonas ocupadas, Protector del Reich en Bohemia y Moravia. 1934 - 1941. Datos Personales. Nombre. Reinhard Tristan Heydrich. Nacimiento. 7 de marzo de 1904. Halle del Saale, Alemania.

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