Sauckel Friedrich Ernst Christoph (Saukel)( Political leader of National Socialism, who was in charge of the Third Reich replenishment forced labor)
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Sauckel, Fritz (Sauckel), (1894-1946), politician of national socialism, who was in charge of the Third Reich replenishment forced labor. Born October 27, 1894 in Hassfurte-on-Main in the family of postal employees. Dropouts in high school, at age 15 began working as a sailor on ships from Germany, Norway, Sweden. After 1-st World War II left the University and worked in construction. Early joined the Nazi movement, demonstrating absolute loyalty to Hitler. Model family man, Sauckel was the father of ten children, two of whom died during the 2-nd World War. Thanks to tireless work on behalf of the party Sauckel was appointed Gauleiter of Thuringia in 1927. In 1927 - 33 Member of the Thuringian Landtag. Becoming chancellor, Hitler appointed Sauckel reyhsshtathalterom Thuringia. 1933 Sauckel was elected to the Reichstag.
. During the period of rearmament of Germany (1935-39), thousands of Dutch, Polish and French workers were employed in Germany at the time of the boom in industrial enterprises and to support the Wehrmacht
. Since the beginning of 2 nd World War, Hitler, on the advice of Martin Bormann Sauckel appointed Reich Commissar for the post of special plenipotentiary representative of the labor recruitment and allocation. Fuhrer said that this work "real soldier", why Sauckel was delighted, considering it the highest praise.
Decree of 21 March 1942, Hitler called for the mobilization of German and foreign workers. Sauckel started its activities under the guise of humanitarianism, and ordered that the workers treated with respect. "All these people must be fed, have shelter and to be treated in a manner that at minimum cost achieved the maximum possible results". Later, having received from Hitler dictatorial powers, Sauckel established unprecedented in the modern history of the use of forced slave labor: the businesses of Germany employs over 5 million. foreign workers.
November 20, 1945 Sauckel appeared among the other war criminals before the court of the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg. He was found guilty on two counts: war crimes and crimes against humanity. The verdict of the court Sauckel was hanged in Nuremberg prison on Oct. 16, 1946.
Sauckel (Saukel) Friedrich Ernst Christoph (27.10. 1894 Hassfurt-on-Main - 16.10.1946, Nuremberg) party activist, head of department on the use of labor, Obergruppenfiihrer CA (09.11. 1937), Obergruppenfiihrer SS (January 1942). Son of postal employees. Graduated from Class 4 school, went as cabin boy in the merchant navy. He worked as a sailor in Germany, Norway, Sweden. 04.08. 1914, his ship was detained in the French port, and 3aukel was interned in France. In November 1918 he returned to Germany in Schweinfurt, where much has changed jobs - he worked in factories, fisherman, etc.. Since 1920 the head of security Germanskogo Union in Lower Franconia. In 1922 he joined the NSDAP (Party ticket? 1395) and in the CA, was actively involved in party work. Since 1922 orstgruppenleyter Ilmenau, head of the district NSDAP Thuringia. In 1923 he married, had 10 children, of whom two died in the 2 nd World War. In 1923-25 during the ban Nazi Party - led by an underground district party organization. From 01.03. 1925 gaugeshaftsfyurer Thuringia.
On 20/09/1927 at 08.05. 1945 Gauleiter of Thuringia. Since 10.02.1929 member lantaga Thuringia, the faction of the NSDAP in lantage. From 05.05. 1933 Imperial Vicar of Thuringia. Since 12.11.1933 member of the Reichstag. Since 1934 honorary commander of the regiment CA. 09.09. 1934 joined the SS. In the period of rearmament of Germany (1935-39) due to its policy of great numbers of foreign workers was taken on Germanic Enterprise. From 01.09. 1939 imperial commissioner Defense 9 th Military District (Kassel). Since the beginning of 2 nd World War, A. Hitler on the advice of M. Bormann appointed 3aukelya lead manpower Germany Industry, Hitler said that this work is a "real soldier". From 27.02. 1942 Commissioner of the workforce in the management of four-year plan. Decree 21/03. 1942, Hitler called for the mobilization of German and foreign workers, the same decree 3aukel appointed general commissioner for the use of labor. Soon, receiving 30.09. 1942 unlimited powers, 3aukel established earlier on an unprecedented scale use of forced labor. Had the right to give orders gauleiters, imperial governors and others. civilian leaders of the occupation authorities. Authorized the use of prisoners in heavy work, especially in the mining industry.
3aukelem order to compile the eastern workers "mobilized for an indefinite period" and had no right on their own initiative to return home. As a result of his activities at the enterprises of Germany in 1945 employed more than 5 million. foreign workers, not including prisoners of war (all under the leadership 3aukelya from occupied countries were taken about 7-10 million. people). From 16.11. 1942 imperial commissioner Defense Thuringia. In May 1945, arrested. 20.11. 1945 in those major war criminals before the court of the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg. Found guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Sentenced to death. Hanged.