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  2. Alfred Hugenberg – Wikipedia

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    Alfred Ernst Christian Alexander Hugenberg (* 19.Juni 1865 in Hannover; † 12. März 1951 in Kükenbruch) war ein deutscher Montan-, Rüstungs- und Medienunternehmer, Politiker und während der ersten Monate nach Hitlers Machtergreifung 1933 Minister für Wirtschaft, Landwirtschaft und Ernährung in dessen erstem Kabinett.

  3. Alfred Rosenberg - Wikipedia

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    Alfred Ernst Rosenberg (12 January [O.S. 31 December 1892] 1893 – 16 October 1946) was a Baltic German Nazi theorist and ideologue. Rosenberg was first introduced to Adolf Hitler by Dietrich Eckart and he held several important posts in the Nazi government .

  4. UFA GmbH - Wikipedia

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    Hugenberg had been named Reich Minister of Economics immediately following the Nazi takeover of January 30, 1933, and made UFA openly available for Joseph Goebbels' propaganda machine, even though Hugenberg was removed from his post shortly thereafter (June 1933) under pressure from Hitler. In an act of anticipatory obedience to the Nazi regime ...

  5. Alfred Rosenberg - Vikipedi

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    Alfred Rosenberg (12 Ocak 1893, Reval - 16 Ekim 1946, Nürnberg), Nazi Partisi'nin ideoloğu olarak bilinen Alman siyasetçidir. Alfred Rosenberg bir ayakkabı tamircisinin oğluydu. 1917 Devrimi 'ne değin Moskova 'da mimarlık öğrenimi gördü. 1918'de mimar oldu.

  6. Adolf Hitler - Rise to power | Britannica

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    In 1930 Hitler made an alliance with the Nationalist Alfred Hugenberg in a campaign against the Young Plan, a second renegotiation of Germany’s war reparation payments. With the help of Hugenberg’s newspapers , Hitler was able for the first time to reach a nationwide audience.

  7. Governo Hitler - Wikipedia

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    Alfred Hugenberg fino al 19 giugno 1933 Richard Walther Darré dal 19 giugno 1933 al 23 maggio 1942 Herbert Backe dal 23 maggio 1942. Aviazione. Hermann Göring fino al 24 aprile 1945. Boemia e Moravia. Karl Hermann Frank dal 20 agosto 1943

  8. Cabinet Hitler — Wikipédia

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    Alfred Hugenberg: DNVP Ministre des Finances: Lutz Schwerin von Krosigk: Conservateur indépendant (NSDAP à partir de 1937) Ministre de la Défense: Werner von Blomberg: Conservateur indépendant Ministre du Travail: Franz Seldte: Stahlhelm (NSDAP à partir d' avril 1933) Ministre des Postes et des Transports: Paul von Eltz-Rübenach ...

  9. Deutschnationale Volkspartei – Wikipedia

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    Alfred Hugenberg (1928–1933) Gründung 24. November 1918 Auflösung 27. Juni 1933 Haupt­sitz Berlin: Jugend­organisation Bismarckjugend: Aus­richtung Monarchismus, Nationalismus, Nationalkonservatismus, Antisemitismus, Völkischer Nationalismus: Farbe(n) Schwarz, weiß, rot

  10. Walther Funk - Wikipedia

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    Het kabinet-Hitler: van 30 januari 1933 tot 30 april 1945 Adolf Hitler · Franz von Papen · Konstantin von Neurath · Joachim von Ribbentrop · Wilhelm Frick · Heinrich Himmler · Lutz Schwerin von Krosigk · Alfred Hugenberg · Kurt Schmitt · Hjalmar Schacht · Hermann Göring · Walther Funk · Franz Seldte · Franz Gürtner · Franz Schlegelberger · Otto Georg Thierack · Werner von ...

  11. This address is undersigned: On behalf of the Hamburg branch of the Communist Party of Germany. In the wake of its publication, a lively discussion began in the Hamburg local group about the points of view expressed within the text, at the conclusion of which those persons who were determined to adhere to the specifically Spartacist policy, and who therefore rejected the content of the address ...