Muhovo Reinhold (Muchow)( Nazi officials, who developed a detailed implementation plan for the Nazi control over the residents of urban neighborhoods and districts)
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Biography Muhovo Reinhold (Muchow)
Muhovo, Reinhold (Muchow), (1905-1933), Nazi official, detailed implementation plan for the Nazi control over the residents of urban neighborhoods and districts. Born December 21, 1905 in Noekelne, working-class suburbs of Berlin, the son of a printing compositor. Early joined the Nazi party, that allowed him to become the holder of the title of "old soldier". In 1925 he became a Nazi leader in I District of Greater Berlin. He is so successful in organizing a district that in 1938 the Berlin Gauleiter Dr Joseph Goebbels appointed Muhovo organizational leader of the whole of Berlin. In this position he developed a plan for dense integration of street party cells in a single system. Later he was transferred to work in Deutsch Labor Front, Robert Ley, which has created 14 new units. Muhovo killed in an accident in Baharahe (Rhineland) September 12, 1933. Revered by the Nazi authorities as one of the great party organizers.