Criminals similar to or like Jürgen Stroop

German SS commander during the Nazi era, who served as SS and Police Leader in occupied Poland. Wikipedia

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  • Josef Blösche

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    Sentences

    Sentences forJürgen Stroop

    • In September–October 1943, Jürgen Stroop, the newly appointed Higher SS Police Leader, tried to challenge the Neubacher-Löhr duumvirate and was swiftly fired after less than a month on the job.Axis occupation of Greece-Wikipedia
    • Forced to retreat on 19 April from the ŻOB and ŻZW fighters, they returned later that day under the command of SS General Jürgen Stroop (author of the Stroop Report about the uprising).The Holocaust-Wikipedia
    • By 16 May 1943, the German Police General Jürgen Stroop, who had been in charge of the final deportation, officially declared what he called the Grossaktion, finished.Jewish Combat Organization-Wikipedia
    • At 11:00 the next morning, soldiers under the command of SS General Jürgen Stroop entered the ghetto, where again they encountered hard resistance from approximately 750 Jewish defenders.Mordechai Anielewicz-Wikipedia
    • One of them was the future SS General Jürgen Stroop, who later recalled, "Bishop von Galen was a great gentleman, a true aristocrat, a Renaissance prince of the Church. He welcomed us politely but with reserve."Clemens August Graf von Galen-Wikipedia
    • Late on 17 August, Hitler sacked Kluge and recalled him to Germany; Kluge then either killed himself or was executed by SS-officer Jürgen Stroop for his involvement in the 20 July plot.Falaise Pocket-Wikipedia

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