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Wien, Arthur Seyß-Inquart, Adolf Hitler

Hitler in Wien mit Arthur Seyß-Inquart

[Österreich, Wien.- Adolf Hitler mit Reichsstatthalter von Österreich Dr. Arthur Seyß-Inquart. Rechts neben Hitler Heinrich Himmler und Reinhard Heydrich]

Abgebildete Personen:

  • Heydrich, Reinhard: SS-Obergruppenführer, Leiter des SD, Chef des Reichssicherheitshauptamtes (RSHA), Deutschland ( PND 118550640)
  • Himmler, Heinrich: Reichsführer der SS, Deutschland ( PND 11855123X)
  • Hitler, Adolf: Reichskanzler, Deutschland
  • Seyß-Inquart, Arthur Dr.: Innenminister, Bundeskanzler, Reichskommissar in NL, Österreich ( PND 118764934)
Depicted place Vienna
Date 1938
Photographer Unknown
Hauptarchiv der NSDAP (Bild 119)
Accession number Bild 119-5243
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