Philippe Buhler (Bouhler)( Reichsleiter, chief of the party chancellery)
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Biography Philippe Buhler (Bouhler)
Buhler, Philipp (Bouhler), (1899-1945), Reichsleiter, chief of the party office, while head of the "euthanasia program" and the chairman of the Commission for the Protection of National Socialist literature. Born September 11, 1899 in Munich. During the 1-st World War II, he served as a volunteer and was seriously wounded. Worked in the Nazi newspaper Volkischer Beobachter ", and from 1925 to 1934 headed the Office of Hitler. In June 1933 with the rank of SS Gruppenfö+hrer (Lieutenant General) Buller became Reichsleiter and a deputy of the Reichstag from Westphalia. In 1934 he was appointed President of Munich policeman. In the book "Napoleon was a genius - a luminous trail of a comet" Buhler drew a parallel Napoleon - Hitler, extolling Hitler.
. But soon the book had to withdraw from sale because of the obvious continuation of unwanted parallel: the fatal defeat and inglorious retreat from Russia
. Buhler committed suicide in May 1945.