Daluege, Kurt

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Born: Sep 15, 1897 AD
Died: 1946 AD, at 49 years of age.

Nationality: German
Categories: Administrators


1897 - son of a Prussian state official, was born in small Upper Silesian town Kreuzburg on 15th of September.

 

1916 - He entered the German Army and served with the 7.Garde Regiment West.

 

1921 - Bacame also active in the Freikorps Roßbach while studying engineering at the Technical University in Berlin.

 

1923 - He joined the National Socialist German Workers Party, NSDAP.

 

1926 - Became the leader of Berlin's SA and Goebbels' deputy gauleiter, a deputy party-leader, in Berlin.

 

1930 - He wants to resign from SA and joined the Schutzstaffel SS with the rank of SS-Oberführer.

 

1932 - Became an NSDAP delegate in the Prussian state parliament.

 

1932-1945 - Elected to the Reichstag for Electoral District Berlin-Ost.

 

1936 - Daluege was appointed, by Wilhelm Frick, the chief of the Ordnungspolizei, Orpo.

 

1942-1943 - German acting governor of Czechoslovakia.

 

1943 - He suffered a massive heart attack and became seriously ill.

 

       - In August, he was relieved of all of his daily duties.

 

1945 - Arrested by U.S. troops in Lübeck and interned at Nuremberg.

 

1946 - He was extradited to Czechoslovakia.

 

       - Kurt Daluege was hanged at Pankrác prison in Prague on 24th of October after having been found guilty by a Czech court of war crimes in the Czechoslovakian states.

 

 

 

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