Alfred Rosenberg (Rosenberg)( The chief ideologist of Nazism, Hitler's deputy on the "spiritual and ideological training 'members of the Nazi Party)
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Biography Alfred Rosenberg (Rosenberg)
Rosenberg, Alfred (Rosenberg), (1893-1946), the chief ideologist of Nazism, Hitler's deputy on the "spiritual and ideological training" members of the Nazi Party, Reich Minister for Occupied Eastern Territories. Born in Reval, studied in Riga and Moscow, where he graduated in 1918, Higher Technical School degree in engineering - Construction. Well spoken in Russian, which led to the future appointment of Rosenberg Reich Minister eastern territories.
Since 1933 Head of the foreign policy of the NSDAP. As part of this administration in April 1941 established a special center on the eastern territories. April 20, 1941 Hitler appointed Rosenberg his decision to appoint him Minister for the Occupied Eastern Territories. May 9, 1941 Rosenberg presented the Fuhrer draft directives on policy in the territories to be occupied as a result of aggression against the USSR. The project involved the dismemberment of the eastern territories of the five major governorates in order to prevent the revival of Russia's powerful state. The structure of the first one called "Ostland" was supposed to include Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Belarus. This area is intended to complete Germanization within two generations. Second governorate would become with the inclusion of Ukraine in its composition of Eastern Galicia, the Crimean peninsula, the territory of the Don and Volga, and the Soviet autonomous republic of the Volga Germans. As believed Rosenberg, a governorship, with some degree of autonomy, would be a mainstay of the Reich in the East against the Russian people.
Third governorship would take the Caucasus, separating Russia from the Black Sea. Oil-bearing areas of the Caucasus would have passed into the hands of the Germans. Fourth governorship was to Russia. Identification of its borders in the east Rosenberg be dependent on the fact whether the Germans will move troops beyond the Urals.
Fifth Governorate was to be Turkestan. In discussing this project, Hitler made some observations. Recalling the failure of Germany's policy in Ukraine in 1918, he came out against giving it the autonomy. Hitler also rejected the proposed Rosenberg called "governorship" by replacing its "Reichkommissariat. July 17, 1941 was created reyhsministerstvo occupied eastern territories, and which led Rosenberg. The verdict of the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, Rosenberg was executed on Oct. 16, 1946.
Author of books "The future path of Germany's foreign policy" (1927) and "Myth of the XX Century" (1929).