Friday, July 20, 2018

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr KmPrabhakar Rao

Berger, by profession a bank employee, was a member of the Nazi Party and also since April 1940 a member of the Waffen-SS. From January 1941 till April 1945 Berger belonged to staff of KZ Buchenwald.Berger was in Buchenwald the head of the effect chamber, where personal possessions of the KZ prisonners were stored. He also belonged to "Kommando 99", they made executions.No later than the end of World War II, Berger was arrested. On November 25, 1947 he was accused with five more persons in the Dachau trials(a next process to the Buchenwald Trial). Process-objective in this process were the executions of command 99. On December 3, 1947, Berger was sentenced to lifelong prison because of his help and participation in KZ Buchenwald.After the judgement Berger was brought to Landsberg Prison.Berger also gets in touch with the assassination of Ernst Thälmann in KZ Buchenwald. The death of Thälmann on August 18, 1944 is however not enlightened. Former Buchenwald prisoner Marian Zgoda said in the Buchenwald Trial that he saw that Erich Gust, Wolfgang Otto and Werner Berger took part in the shooting of Thälmann. Otto was in Buchenwald-trial accused because of crime at members of allied states and was sentenced. Gust submerged with a wrong name.Because of Zagodas statements, on November 13, 1948 arrest warrants were made by the court of Weimar against Otto, Berger, Gust and more suspicious people.
Berger was set free earlier from Landsberg prison, in 1954. He found a job in a bank and raised at the Landeszentralbank in Baden-Württemberg .The widow of Thälmann, Rosa Thälmann, filed charges 1962 with the lawyer Friedrich Karl Kaul at the prosecution in Cologne against the suspected Thälmann murderers Otto and Berger.However, this remained without success; Berger died in June 1964.

A pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Frits Clausen (12 November 1893 – 5 December 1947) was leader of the National Socialist Workers' Party of Denmark (DNSAP) prior to and during World War II.Clausen's failure in the elections and his unwillingness to actively assist in forming a Danish branch of the Schutzstaffel alienated his German supporters, and as such SS Obergruppenführer Dr. Werner Best, the Plenipotentiary of the German Reich for Denmark, convinced Clausen to step down as leader of the party and replaced him with a three-man committee shortly after his return to Denmark.After Germany's occupation of Denmark ended in May 1945, Clausen was captured and sent to Frøslev Prison Camp. He was later given a formal trial, but he died of a heart attack in the Vestre Fængsel, a prison in Copenhagen, before it could be completed.

Thursday, July 19, 2018

cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


Prof ...( right side standing   ).look Naresh. I attached a poster sheet to the wall  and asked my wife to paste crowding balls and press them flat. When they got dried I removed them and Lo... Fantastic.. I sent the poster to a art compitition at national level and I got first prize in modern art.

Peter Naresh... aaaa...

Cow..... Great ... Sir

Pencil sketch of a nazi by Dr k Prabhakar rao


Pencil sketch of a nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Gustav Adolf Steengracht von Moyland (15 November 1902 – 7 July 1969) was a German diplomat and politician of Dutch descent, who served as Nazi Germany's Secretary of State at the Foreign Office from 1943 to 1945.
After the war he was arrested as a war criminal. In 1949 he was tried by the Americans at Nuremberg. However, in January 1950 he was given amnesty and was freed from Landsberg Prison.
He spent the remainder of his life at his family castle, Schloss Moyland.

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Georg Keppler (7 May 1894 – 16 June 1966) was a high-ranking Waffen-SS commander during World War II. He commanded the SS Division Das Reich, SS Division Totenkopf, I SS Panzer Corps, III SS Panzer Corps and the XVIII SS Army Corps.From February 1943, Keppler held a number of administrative positions within the Waffen-SS. In August 1944, he was given a field assignment as commander of the I SS Panzer Corps, which he led until October 1944, during the later stages of the Battle of Normandy. He then returned to the Eastern Front, where he took over the III Panzer Corps. He remained with this unit until 2 April 1945 when he became the last commander of the XVIII SS Army Corps, surrendering the unit to the U.S. Army on 2 May 1945. After the war Keppler was interned; he was released in 1948. Keppler died in 1966.

Pencil sketch of a nazi by Dr k Prabhakar rao


Werner Ostendorff (15 August 1903 – 1 May 1945) was a German SS-general during World War II who served as chief of staff of the II SS Panzer Corps and divisional commander of the SS Division Das Reich. He died of wounds in May 1945.