Arthur Seyss-Inquart (Q650219)

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Austrian chancellor and politician, convicted of crimes against humanity in Nuremberg Trials and sentenced to death by hanging (1892-1946)
  • Arthur Seyß-Inquart
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Arthur Seyss-Inquart
Austrian chancellor and politician, convicted of crimes against humanity in Nuremberg Trials and sentenced to death by hanging (1892-1946)
  • Arthur Seyß-Inquart
  • 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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