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  2. Joachim von Ribbentrop - Wikipedia

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    Joachim von Ribbentrop. Ulrich Friedrich Wilhelm Joachim von Ribbentrop [1] ( German: [joˈʔaxɪm fɔn ˈrɪbəntrɔp]; 30 April 1893 – 16 October 1946) was a German politician and diplomat who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of Nazi Germany from 1938 to 1945. Ribbentrop first came to Adolf Hitler 's notice as a well-travelled businessman with more knowledge of the outside world than most senior Nazis and as a perceived authority on foreign affairs.

  3. Joachim von Ribbentrop | German diplomat | Britannica

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    Joachim von Ribbentrop, (born April 30, 1893, Wesel, Ger.—died Oct. 16, 1946, Nürnberg), German diplomat, foreign minister under the Nazi regime (1933–45), and chief negotiator of the treaties with which Germany entered World War II. Ribbentrop was the son of an army officer in a middle-class family. After attending schools in Germany, Switzerland, France, and England, he went to Canada (1910), but he returned to Germany at the outbreak of World War I, in which he served as a hussar on ...

  4. Joachim von Ribbentrop | Holocaust Encyclopedia

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    Joachim von Ribbentrop (1893–1946) was Foreign Minister of Germany (1938–1945). He played the key role in negotiating the German-Soviet nonaggression pact that made possible the German invasion of Poland in September 1939.

  5. Adolf Hitler as soon as he seized power in Germany wanted to take large amount of land across Europe to great a huge German empire, the Third Reich. One of t...

  6. Joachim Von Ribbentrop Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life...

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    Joachim von Ribbentrop. (Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Nazi Germany (1938 - 1945)) Joachim von Ribbentrop was a German diplomat and the foreign minister in Nazi Germany from 1938 to 1945. He was one of the first among the Nazis to be hanged after the Nuremberg trials. He was born in Prussia and moved frequently in his childhood and teenage years to countries such as Switzerland, Canada, UK and USA.

  7. Joachim von Ribbentrop – Wikipedia

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    Ullrich Friedrich Willy Joachim Ribbentrop, ab Mai 1925 durch Adoption von Ribbentrop, war ein deutscher Politiker. In der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus war er ab 1938 Reichsminister des Auswärtigen. Ribbentrop gehörte zu den 24 im Nürnberger Prozess gegen die Hauptkriegsverbrecher vor dem Internationalen Militärgerichtshof angeklagten Personen. Er wurde am 1. Oktober 1946 schuldig gesprochen, zum Tod durch den Strang verurteilt und am 16. Oktober 1946 hingerichtet.

  8. Ribbentrop, Joachim von° - Jewish Virtual Library

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    RIBBENTROP, JOACHIM VON ° (1893–1946), German Nazi leader and foreign minister (from 1938). First introduced to Hitler in 1932, Ribbentrop soon became a foreign policy advisor and was appointed ambassador to England in 1936. He returned in February 1938 to become foreign minister. He reached the height of his career by negotiating the Ribbentrop-Molotov pact with his Soviet counterpart that divided Poland, with Germany invading from the west and the Soviet Union from the east, into three ...

  9. Rudolf von Ribbentrop, Son of Top Nazi Diplomat, Dies at 98

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    Rudolf von Ribbentrop, Son of Top Nazi Diplomat, Dies at 98. Give this article. Rudolf Von Ribbentrop in London in 1936, shortly after his father, Joachim, was named Germany’s ambassador to Britain.

  10. Joachim von Ribbentrop was executed at Nuremburg in 1946 for his role in starting the Second World War By George Martin For Mailonline Published: 06:43 EST, 28 May 2019 | Updated: 21:16 EST, 28 ...

  11. Nuremberg executions - Wikipedia

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    The Nuremberg executions took place on 16 October 1946, shortly after the conclusion of the Nuremberg trials. Ten prominent members of the political and military leadership of Nazi Germany were executed by hanging: Hans Frank, Wilhelm Frick, Alfred Jodl, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Wilhelm Keitel, Joachim von Ribbentrop, Alfred Rosenberg, Fritz Sauckel, Arthur Seyss-Inquart, and Julius Streicher.