Arthur Seyss-Inquart (Q650219)

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Austrian Nazi politician, and Nazi ruler of occupied Netherlands, convicted of crimes against humanity and sentenced to death (1892-1946)
  • Arthur Seyß-Inquart
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Arthur Seyss-Inquart
Austrian Nazi politician, and Nazi ruler of occupied Netherlands, convicted of crimes against humanity and sentenced to death (1892-1946)
  • Arthur Seyß-Inquart

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Arthur Seyß-Inquart (German)
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As Reichs Governor of Austria, Seyss-Inquart instituted a programme of confiscating Jewish property. Under his regime Jews were forced to emigrate, were sent to concentration camps and were subject to pogroms. At the end of his regime he co-operated with the Security Police and SD in the deportation of Jews from Austria the East. While he was Governor of Austria, political opponents of the Nazis were sent to concentration camps by the Gestapo, mistreated and often killed. (English)
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As Reichs Commissioner for Occupied Netherlands, Seyss-Inquart was ruthless in applying terrorism to suppress all opposition to the German occupation, a programme which he described as " annihilating " his opponents. In collaboration with the local Hitler SS and Police Leaders he was involved in the shooting of hostages for offences against the occupation authorities and sending to concentration camps all suspected opponents of occupation policies including priests and educators. Many of the Dutch police were forced to participate in these programmes by threats of reprisal against their families. Dutch courts were also forced to participate in his programme, but when they indicated their reluctance to give sentences of imprisonment because so many prisoners were in fact killed, a greater emphasis was placed on the use of summary police courts.Seyss-Inquart carried out the economic administration of the Netherlands without regard for rules of the Hague Convention which he described as obsolete. Instead, a policy was adopted for the maximum utilisation of economic potential of the Netherlands, and executed with small regard for its effect on the inhabitants. There was widespread pillage of public and private property which was given colour of legality by Seyss-Inquart's regulations and assisted by manipulations of the financial institutions of the Netherlands under his control. (English)
As Reichs Commissioner for the Netherlands, Seyss-Inquart immediately began sending forged labourers to Germany. Up until 1942, labour service in Germany was theoretically voluntary, but was actually coerced by strong economic and governmental pressure. In 1942, Seyss-Inquart formally decreed compulsory labour service, and utilised the services of the Security Police and SD to prevent evasion of his order. During the occupation over 500,000 people were sent from the Netherlands to the Reich as labourers and only a very small proportion were actually volunteers.One of Seyss-Inquart's first steps as Reich Commissioner of the Netherlands was to put into effect a series of laws posing economic discriminations against the Jews. This was followed by decrees requiring their registration, decrees compelling them to reside in Ghettoes and to wear the Star of David, sporadic arrests and detention in concentration camps, and finally, at the suggestion of Heydrich, the mass deportation of almost 120,000 of Holland's 140,000 Jews to Auschwitz and the “final solution.” Seyss-Inquart admits knowing that they were going to Auschwitz but claims that he heard from people who had been to Auschwitz that the Jews were comparatively well off there, and that he thought that they were being held there for resettlement after the war. In light of the evidence and on account of his official position it is impossible to believe this claim. (English)
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Bekendmaking op papier door Seyss-Inquart, 's-Gravenhage 24 september 1944 (Dutch)
14 March 2021
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Bekendmaking op papier door Seyss-Inquart, 's-Gravenhage 24 september 1944 (Dutch)
14 March 2021
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Nederlanders! De strijd in het Oosten is voor U geen schouwspel, geen verstoring van Uw rust, doch Uw lot. (..) Ik voldoe hierbij aan dezen wensch en roep alle Nederlanders, die zich willen inzetten, op om in het Vrijwilligerslegioen Nederland te strijden (Dutch)
14 July 2021
Opdr: Vrijwilligers Legioen Nederland, Coaut: H.A. Seyffardt, Seyss Inquart
Pulchri Studio. Tentoonstelling Nederlandsche Kunst van heden. Den Haag 25 april - 10 mei 1942. Beschermheer: de Rijkscommissaris, Rijksminister, Dr. Seyss-Inquart. (Dutch)
14 July 2021
Opdr: Pulchri Studio Den Haag, Coaut: Seyss Inquart
Bekendmaking. De Rijkscommissaris voor het bezette Nederlandsche gebied maakt op verzoek der ondergeteekenden de tekst van een van Nederlandsche zijde tot hem gerichte schrijven hieronder bekend: Aan de Duitsche kinderen van 1918. De Nederlandsche kindere (Dutch)
14 July 2021
Opdr: N.V. Nederlandsche Spoorwegen, Coaut: Seyss Inquart
Verordening 195/41 van de Rijkscommissaris voor het bezette Nederlandsche gebied tot bestrijding van sabotagehandelingen. [===] Hij die opzettelijk een tengevolge geldende rechtsvoorschriften strafbaar feit pleegt [===] wordt gestraft met den dood [===] (Dutch)
14 July 2021
Opdr: Duitsch Hooggerechtshof Amsterdam, Coaut: Seyss Inquart
Bekendmaking. Voor de vernieling of beschadiging van spoorweginstallaties, waterwegen met hun inrichtingen, telefoonkabels en postkantoren stel ik alle inwoners van de gemeente verantwoordelijk binnen het grondgebied, [sic] waarvan de daad is begaan. 's-Gravenhage, 24 September 1944. De Rijkscommissaris voor het bezette Nederlandsche Gebied, Seyss-Inquart. (Dutch)
14 July 2021
Coaut: Seyss Inquart

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Seyss-Inquart, Arthur
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Arthur Seyss-Inquart (22 Jul 1892 - certain 16 Oct 1946)
5 August 2021
 
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