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Welcoming party Bruce Crawford presents new tenant Carol Cowan (centre) with flowers watched by RSHA chairperson Margaret Vass
Shortly before the trial began, I learned that the British had under interrogation in London, Otto Ohlendorf, the head of AMT III of the RSHA, which dealt with matters of intelligence inside Germany.
From the late 1930s, they increasingly received support from the RSHA and its research-oriented offices and, during the war, from the Wehrmacht as well as in the Ministry of the Occupied Eastern Territories.
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Now Pjatigorsk was also "free of Jews" as the activity reports of the Reich Security Main Office (RSHA) euphemistically referred to these massacres.
Wildt's study traces the intellectual evolution of key members of the Reich Security Main Office (RSHA) from their days as students until the end of World War II.
As Gensicke points out, the mufti's hyperactivity is particularly notable in light of the fact that the Foreign Ministry--and even indeed Heinrich Himmler's Reich Security Central Office (RSHA), which was directly responsible for implementing the Final Solution--had shown signs of being willing to tolerate the Bulgarian rescue action: at any rate, for a price.
(53.) OKL Ic, Vernichtung yon besonders wichtigen Bodenstellen feindlicher UKW Navigations-und Zielfindungsverfahren durch Sabotage-Trupps des RSHA, Geheime Kommandosache, 24 October 1944, T-321, Roll 100, Frames 195-202.
All SS subdivisions, including the Gestapo, were centrally supervised by the Reichssicherheitshauptamt, or RSHA (Reich Security Main Office), and the SD (Sicherheitsdienst, i.e.
On tours of his subordinate offices and trips to Berlin, where he attended conferences in the Reich Security Mare Office (the RSHA, since the beginning of the war Germany's supreme police headquarters), Seetzen invariably stayed in the best hotels.