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  1. Ernst Kaltenbrunner (4 October 1903 16 October 1946) was a high-ranking Austrian SS official during the Nazi era and a major perpetrator of the Holocaust. He was the subsequent Chief of the Reich Security Main Office (RSHA), which included the offices of Gestapo, Kripo and SD, from January 1943 until the end of World War II in Europe.

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  3. Ernst Kaltenbrunner - Wikipedia

    Ernst Kaltenbrunner (4 October 1903 – 16 October 1946) was a high-ranking Austrian SS official during the Nazi era and a major perpetrator of the Holocaust. After the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich in 1942, and a brief period under Heinrich Himmler, Kaltenbrunner was the third Chief of the Reich Security Main Office (RSHA), which included ...

  4. Ernst Kaltenbrunner - History Learning Site

    Ernst Kaltenbrunner was the most senior member of the SS captured by the Allies at the end of World War Two. Involved in the Holocaust, Kaltenbrunner stood trial at Nuremberg and was sentenced to death for his crimes. Kaltenbrunner joined the Austrian Nazi Party in 1932. He was a devoted follower of Adolf Hitler and within Austria he worked ...

  5. ‘No, That Is Not My Signature’ - Nuremberg. Casus pacis

    The cross-examination of Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Chief of the Reichsicherheitshauptamt (the RHSA or Reich Main Security Office), is perhaps the best example of the devious lengths to which the Nuremberg defendants were prepared to go to squirm their way into escaping justice. The head of the Reich's secret services swore that he either did not know about the atrocities committed by his ...

  6. Ernst Kaltenbrunner: Framed at Nuremberg – WEARS WAR

    Ernst Kaltenbrunner was born in Reid, the industrial capital of the western part of the state of Upper Austria. Kaltenbrunner was the son of a lawyer, and his family had achieved a degree of respect in government, in the legal profession, and even in literature.

  7. War Criminals Captured: The Stories of Finding Seven Nazis

    Ernst Kaltenbrunner Ernst Kaltenbrunner, the head of security and intelligence services for the Nazi regime was hanged in Nuremberg, Germany following the Nuremberg trials of 1946. Kaltenbrunner had a significant role in the conception and application of the Final Solution, as well as the final liquidation of several concentration camps, including Dachau, in the days ...

  8. Nuremberg Trial Judgements: Ernst Kaltenbrunner

    Kaltenbrunner is indicted under Counts One, Three and Four.He joined the Austrian Nazi Party and the SS in 1932.In 1935 he became leader of the SS in Austria.After the Anschluss he was appointed Austrian State Secretary for Security and when this position was abolished in 1941 he was made Higher SS and Police Leader.

  9. Man who kept six children hidden in cellars is grandson of ...

    Kaltenbrunner was the head of the Austrian SS and was the highest-ranking member of the SS to face trial at the Nuremberg trials. He was found guilty and executed by hanging in October 1946.

  10. Nuremberg Day 16: Kaltenbrunner Plea - YouTube

    On the 16th day of the Trial, Dec. 10, 1945, the Defendant Ernst Kaltenbrunner was brought into the dock for the first time. He had been confined in a nearby...

  11. Kaltenbrunner, Ernst -

    Ernst Kaltenbrunner’s life began on October 4th, 1903 in Reid im Immkreis (Austria), close to Hitler’s birthplace Braunau. He was the son of lawyer Hugo Kaltenbrunner and his wife Therese Kaltenbrunner-Udwardy. Father and mother Kaltenbrunner were anti-religious and champions of the unification of Austria and Germany.

  12. Ernst Kaltenbrunner

    Ernst Kaltenbrunner was born on 4 October 1903 in the valley of the Inn, near Braunau, the birthplace of Adolf Hitler. Descended from a family of country artisans – his father and grandfather, were however lawyers, Kaltenbrunner was educated in Linz, where Adolf Eichmann was one of his boyhood friends, and subsequently studied law at Graz University.