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  1. Karl Friedrich Otto Wolff (13 May 1900 – 17 July 1984) was a German SS functionary who served as Chief of Personal Staff Reichsführer-SS (Heinrich Himmler) and an SS liaison to Adolf Hitler during World War II.

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  3. Karl Wolff - Wikipedia

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    Karl Friedrich Otto Wolff (13 May 1900 – 17 July 1984) was a German SS functionary who served as Chief of Personal Staff Reichsführer-SS (Heinrich Himmler) and an SS liaison to Adolf Hitler during World War II.

  4. Karl Wolff: Peacemaker, Mass Murderer, or Both? - HistoryNet

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    In May 1941, as Germany was preparing to invade Russia, Hess secretly strapped himself into a Messerschmitt Bf 110 fighter-bomber, flew fast and low under the radar from Germany to Scotland, and parachuted very near his target, the estate of the Duke of Hamilton.

  5. Karl Wolff - Jewish Virtual Library

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    Asked to attend the trial of Heidemann and Kujau, Wolff declined. Wolf died on July 17, 1984, in a hospital in Rosenheim. Source: “Karl Wolff,” Wikipedia. Encyclopedia of Jewish and Israeli history, politics and culture, with biographies, statistics, articles and documents on topics from anti-Semitism to Zionism.

  6. Former SS General Karl Wolff Dies, Negotiated Nazi Surrender ...

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    Karl Friedrich Otto Wolff, 84, a former SS general credited with establishing secret links with the United States that helped end the fighting in Italy in World War II, died July 15 at his home...

  7. Karl Wolff - Holocaust Historical Society

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    Karl Wolff received the Golden Party Badge of the Nazi Party on January 30, 1939, and was made a Lieutenant-General of the Waffen-SS, on May 3, 1940. He was virtually Himmler's deputy following the nomination of Reinhard Heydrich as 'Protector of Bohemia,' and Karl Wolff also served as the SS Chief Liaison officer with the Fuhrer.

  8. KARL WOLFF, 84, NAZI SS GENERAL WHO SURRENDERED TROOPS IN ITALY

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    Wolff negotiated the early sur- render of German troops in Italy with Allen Dulles, then the head of the U.S. Office of Strategic Services in Bern, Switzerland. He held his first secret meeting with Mr. Dulles in March 1945 after deciding Germany could not win the war.

  9. Personal Staff Reichsführer-SS - Wikipedia

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    In 1933, Karl Wolff came to the attention of Himmler who in June 1933, appointed Wolff his adjutant and made him chief of the office of his Personal Staff. [2] Himmler also appointed Wolff the SS Liaison Officer to Hitler. [3] As Himmler's principal adjutant and close associate, Wolff's daily activities involved overseeing Himmler's schedule ...