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★ Nazis: Heydrich, Reinhard

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82,726.  The man with the iron heart.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  Adolf Hitler

 

 

82,728.  That a man as irreplaceable as Heydrich should expose himself to unnecessary danger, I can only condemn as stupid and idiotic.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  Adolf Hitler

 

 

82,737.  One of the best national socialists [Heinrich], one of the best believers in the German ideology, and one of the greatest opponents to all enemies of the Third Reich.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Compliment & Assassinations: Heydrich)  Adolf Hitler  

 

 

28,050.  Now the rough work has been done we begin the period of finer work.  We need to work in harmony with the civil administration.  We count on you gentlemen as far as the final solution is concerned.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  Reinhard Heydrich, speech 20th January 1942

 

 

82,727.  The planned total measures are to be kept strictly secret ... The first prerequisite for the final aim (Endziel) is the concentration of the Jews from the countryside into the larger cities.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  Reinhard Heydrich, September 1939

 

 

82,729.  It is natural that people do not want to be involved with us too much.  There is no problem down to the smallest egotistical longing which the Gestapo cannot solve.  Regarded in this way we are, if a joke is permitted, looked upon as a cross between a general maid and the dustbin of the Reich.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  Reinhard Heydrich 1941, cited Crankshaw’s ‘Gestapo: Instrument of Tyranny’ 1956

 

 

82,730.  To take the place of emigration, and with the prior approval of the Führer, the evacuation of the Jews to the East has become another possible solution.  Although both courses of action – emigration and evacuation – must, of course, be considered as nothing more than ... temporary expedients, they do help to provide practical experience which should be of great importance in view of the coming Endlösung (Final Solution) of the Jewish question.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  Reinhard Heydrich, speech Berlin 1942, cited Meye’s ‘The Final Solution’ 1990

 

 

28,051.  May 27th 1942: Prague, Czechoslovakia: a powerful Mercedes approaches a hairpin bend.  A young man steps out aiming a machine gun.  It jams.  A second man throws a powerful grenade fatally wounding one of Adolf Hitler’s most bloodthirsty henchmen.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  Infamous Assassinations: Reinhard Heydrich    

 

28,052.  June 1934 Berlin: Heydrich is instrumental in planning and carrying out the Purge of Rohm and the SA – the Night of the Long Knives.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  ibid.

 

28,053.  The operation to assassinate Heydrich is codenamed Anthropoid.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  ibid.

 

28,054.  He has severe internal injuries from the bomb splinters and bits of car upholstery which have been embedded in him.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  ibid.

 

28,055.  More than 36,000 houses are raided.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  ibid.

 

28,056.  More than 1,500 people are killed in reprisals, and more than 10,000 sent to concentration camps.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  ibid.

 

 

28,057.  Reinhard Heydrich was head of the Secret police – the Gestapo.  He was the quintessential Nazi.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  The SS: Heydrich

 

28,058.  Heydrich coordinated the persecution of the enemies of the Nazi state, culminating in the holocaust.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  ibid.

 

28,059.  The highest ranking SS man to be successfully targetted by Allied Intelligence forces.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  ibid.

 

28,060.  Documents came to light suggesting he had Jewish ancestry.  He was investigated and cleared.  But the rumours persisted.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  ibid.

 

 

82,731.  Heydrich: the governor of Bohemia and Moravia, and the Head of the Secret Police ... Heydrich left his country mansion to drive to Prague airport.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  The Assassination of Reinhard Heydrich, H2 2014

 

82,732.  He [Heydrich] chaired the conference that officially sealed the fate of millions of Jews.  (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich) ibid.

 

82,733.  The plan to kill him [Heydrich] was codenamed Anthropoid.  (Nazis & Operations & Assassinations: Heydrich)  ibid.

 

82,734.  The British press called the occasion [funeral of Reinhard Heydrich] – ‘A gangster funeral in the pompous Chicago style.’  (Nazis: Heydrich & Funeral & Assassinations: Heydrich)  ibid.

 

 

82,735.  He was very young, very handsome, save that his eyes were too close-set; an outstanding example of that blond mixture of effeminacy and toughness which may be observed in any Teutonic nightclub.  He had immense drive, which was liable to carry him too far; total ruthlessness in the attainment of his own ends, which were wrapped up in personal ambition; no active enjoyment of cruelty except sometimes, perhaps, almost as an afterthought; and a devilish sense of humor.  Vain as a peacock, but mockingly aware of his vanity, clever, perhaps too clever by half, and contemptuous of the clumsiness of most of his colleagues and superiors, he nevertheless could be clumsy in his use of force and, unlike Himmler, was liable to over-reach himself.  He was dynamite, like a character in an American gangster story; and in the SS he was able to canalise his nihilism into a constructive purpose. (Nazis: Heydrich & Assassinations: Heydrich)  Edward Crankshaw, Gestapo: Instrument of Tyranny 1956

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