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  1. 8 de jun. de 2016 · Reinhard was the name of the main person in Bruno Heydrich’s opera Amen, Tristan was derived from the opera Tristan und Isolde by Richard Wagner and Eugen was in honor of Elisabeth’s father, Georg Eugen Kranz, professor of music and Hofrat. Reinhard was the second child in the family. His sister Maria was born in 1901 and his brother ...

  2. He critiques the portrayal of Reinhard Heydrich in Conspiracy while commending the depiction of Adolf Eichmann as "refreshing." Yet, Steinweis argues that a deeper analysis, often absent in historical reviews of films, would involve an exploration of the film's production history to uncover the filmmakers' intentions, historical arguments, and research methodologies underlying the film's creation.

  3. Instructions by Reinhard Heydrich on Policy and Operations Concerning Jews in the Occupied Territories, September 21, 1939. The Chief of the Security Police. Berlin, September 21, 1939. Schnellbrief. To Chiefs of all Einsatzgruppen of the Security Police. Subject: Jewish Question in Occupied Territory.

  4. t. e. The Haavara Agreement ( Hebrew: הֶסְכֵּם הַעֲבָרָה‎ Translit.: heskem haavara Translated: "transfer agreement") was an agreement between Nazi Germany and Zionist German Jews signed on 25 August 1933. The agreement was finalized after three months of talks by the Zionist Federation of Germany, the Anglo-Palestine Bank ...

  5. Heydrich indicated that approximately 11,000,000 Jews in Europe would fall under the provisions of the "Final Solution." In this figure, he included not only Jews residing in Axis-controlled Europe, but also the Jewish populations of the United Kingdom, and the neutral nations (Switzerland, Ireland, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, and European Turkey).

  6. The Chief of the Security Police Berlin: September 21, 1939 SECRET To: Chiefs of all Einsatzgruppen of the Security Police Subject: Jewish question in the occupied territory. I refer to the conference held in Berlin today and once more point out that the planned overall measures (i.e., the final aim) are to be kept strictly secret.

  7. Reinhard Heydrich. A German politician and high-ranking Nazi officer. He was Director of the Reich Main Security Office from 1939 and Director of the Gestapo from 1934. He was the chair of the Wannsee Conference of January 1942, where the plans for deportation and extermination of the Jews were discussed. Heydrich was assassinated in June 1942.