Monday, October 16, 2017


On 6 May 1945, Lohse was unseated as High President of Schleswig-Holstein and shortly thereafter imprisoned by the British Army. Lohse was sentenced in 1948 to 10 years in prison, but was released in 1951 due to illness. Two inquiries were launched by German prosecutors against him; the grant of a High-Presidential pension which Lohse was fighting for was withdrawn under pressure from the Schleswig-Holstein Landtag. Lohse spent his twilight years in Mühlenbarbek where he died.[3]

pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Saturday, October 14, 2017

pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

He took part in WWI and was wounded four times. He was severely gassed and later he returned home.In 1928, Hellmuth became Gauleiter of Lower Franconia.Three weeks before the first nationwide anti-Jewish boycott began in 1933, Hellmuth already forced the closing of Jewish-owned stores and offices in Würzburg. As a private residence, he acquired the house of a Jewish pharmacist. When the Gaufrauenschaftsleiterin of Mainfranken paid Passau a formal visit, with a delegation of activists, Margarethe Schneider-Reichel presented them with a painting of Hellmuth.Over most of his term, Hellmuth was not an impressive personality. Joseph Goebbels saw him as "a most retiring unassuming Gauleiter in whom one had not too much confidence." However, Hellmuth defended his Gau vigorously in the spring of 1945, as Goebbels noted in his diary on April 2.

In 1947, Hellmuth was accused of complicity in the murders of Allied aircraft pilots. He was tried at Dachau and sentenced to death. This sentence was later commuted to life imprisonment. He was released in 1955.Hellmuth killed himself on April 20, 1968 in Reutlingen.

Pencil sketch of a nazi by dr K Prabhakar Rao


 In 1924, Brückner joined the National Socialist Freedom Movement (the NSDAP had been banned after the failed “Beer Hall Putsch” in 1923) and became editor of Schlesien Volksstimme. He also became Stadtverordneter in Breslau, a position he held until 1926.Brückner organized the NSDAP in Silesia; on 15 March 1925 he officially joined the refounded NSDAP (number 2 023) and was appointed Gauleiter for Silesia. In September 1930 he became a member of the Reichstag for Wroclaw (Wkr. 😎, and on 24 April 1932 he became a member of the Preußischen Lantags. On 17 August 1932 Brückner was named Kommissar Ost der NSDAP. It was at this time he also founded the publishing house NS-Schlesien which published the “Schlesischen Beobachters”.On 12 March 1933 Brückner became Provinzial-Landtagsabgeordneter, Kreistagsabgeordneter and Stadtverordneter. On 25 March 1933 he became a Preußischen Staatsrat and the Oberpräsident in Wroclaw (while simultaneously being given temporary authority of Oberpräsident in Opole). On 7 October 1933 he became SA-Gruppenführer but on 25 December 1934 he was expelled from NSDAP and dismissed as Gauleiter in connection with the "Röhm Putsch".From 1938, Brückner was working as an industrial worker in the Heinkel works in Rostock. He was politically rehabilitated.Arrested by the Soviets in July 1945, he was confined in a prison camp in Thuringia until 1949, then moved to the USSR where he was also in various internment camps. Official sources give his year of death as both 1951 and 1954, and appear to hide the date and place.

Friday, October 13, 2017

INTO THE PAST WITH PAIN.. 341 by dr K Prabhakar Rao

                                                             INTO THE PAST WITH PAIN..341
                                                                 Dr K Prabhakar Rao

   Gandhi, Patel and Nehru are  seen  walking  at  Dilsukh nagar main  road. They are in usual dress . the sky is cloudy and heavy too. Passers watch them curiously.Two guys Venkat and Laxan go to them
Venkat. Hello guys. How are you?
Gandhi. We are fine. How are you boy.
Venkat. I am fine . I am  no boy. I  am 25 years 
Gandhi. That is fine. For me you are a just a boy
Patel. Ok bhai. What e can do for you>
Laxman. Nothing.  We came to you because we thought you are  going for some shooting
Gandhi. Are we looking like that
Laxman. Yes. You are dressed as our past national leaders.
Nehru.  We have not dressed like them. We are they
Venkat. What is that
Nehru. We are  infact  they  as you think,   we are not dressed as them as you think. We are they and they are we.
Laxman. Eee..eee... what is this talk. I could not make out anything.
Venkat. I too.
Gandhi. Look  sons. Kindly leave us to us. We have to go some where. Plesae do not bother
Laxman. But you said you were they. But they died long long ago.
Nehru. Yes we died long long ago. But we are back
Laxman. How it is possible? How can dead people return
Gandhi. Have you herad about ghosts and souls
Laxman. Yes. We heard. I am scared of Ghosts
Venkat. I too.
Gandhi. We are in fact ghosts of them.
Venkat. Eeee...eeee Let us run
(Venkat and laxman run from the place. Suddenly the atmosphere becomes heavy and downpour starts like cats and dogs.  Within moments  entire roads are flooded. Rainwater carries away the parked scooters and people start running here and there.)
Gandh. What a changes so suddenly !  How can we walk on the road?
Patel. Bapu. Where  is the road now. It is flood gutter.
Nehru. This is not new.  Every year situation is same. The  govt wakes up later after calamity strikes and  orders to study why such flood takes place. Last year, they identified illegal constructions,  and occupation  of reservoir lands.
Patel. How govt is allowing construction of complexes and houses in prohibited lands ? Strange indeed!
Gandhi. Basically it is the fault of GHMC  which is responsible for sanctioning lay out and construction of houses. Everything is allowed for a consideration. Building contractors and officials are  hand in glove for these sordid acts.
Patel; Very bad bapu. It appears there is no governing by law.
Gandhi. I will say that the construction field has slipped into hands of mafia gangs.
( The trio slowly wades through waist deep waters on the  road slowly. Suddenly Gandhi  is trapped into a drain hole  that was open in centre of the road into which water was gushing.)
Gandhi. Oh  Bachao.. save me I am done. Pull me out
Patel. Bapu . hold my hand fast and tight
( Gandhi fails to hold hand and he is sucked into the drain hole. )
Patel. Bapu Bapu, Where are you? 
( By slanders scream that  the old man fell into the man hole and vanished. A Police man  standing at a pillar on a stone watches everything and  he is seen speaking over a cell phone . Patel goes to the police man )
Patel. Bhai . You have seen the old man falling in the man hole and vanishing,
Constable. Yes I saw
Patel .You could not do anything
Constable. What I can do? There is so much of water. Before I reacted he was gone. Any how I informed the head quarters immediately. They have already sent a search team to Amberpet area  where  the drain water reaches from drains pipes.
Pate. I see. We have to pray.
Constable. Why you guys are walking in water?
Patel. Who knows man holes is open?
Constable. That is the speciality of Hyderabad. Some are kept open by municipal staff  and some are removed  by people.
Patel. That means there is no control
Constable. How can we  take care of  whole city.? Everything is chaotic.on road. You take traffic, vehicle speeds, driving regulations,  road conditions  .. All is chaos.
Patel. I think ministers have no responsibility.
Constable. They are all busy in their jobs. People are living by their luck.OK Bhai.  Go home slowly. Forget about the guy  who vanished. Unless water subsides nothing can be done. If rain stops visit  Saroornagar PS and take a copy of FIR.
Patel. What we  do with that?
Constable. That is law of the land.
(Patel and Nehru slowly goes to the  shop side and claim stairs of a shop. There is  a tea stall on the stairs. There are  few persons who watched Gandhi falling in man hole. They are  narsimha, Javed  and Ravi)
Ravi. We saw the old man vanishing, What are you going to do?
Patel. Let us see.  Let rain stop.
 Narsimha. It is very unlikely that the old man  would  be alive
Patel. What can I say. ?I am sure he will get back alive
Javed. How bhai? Can any one live in such state?
Pate. The old man  knows yoga very well. He can stop breathing for few hours and stay alive.
Javed. I think you are joking.
Nehru. No. He said correct
( The tea vendor offers tea to patel and Nehru free)
Patel .Thanks brother
Nehru. Thanks brother for hot tea.
Ravi. Please do not bother. That is the minimum we could do. Thank god . the rain has subsided now.
Patel. Ok brother. The rain has subsided. We will go and search for the old man immediately
( Patel and Nehru walk away and vanish. They land up at Amberpet  Musi river. The river is overflowing the banks and a crowd is collected at a point. Patel and Nehru go to the crowd. They push through and find some police men.
Patel. Bhai. Constable sahib. Any news about an old man who was sucked into a man hole at Dilsukhnagar today in the afternoon
Constable. I am Rambharose, We are searching and waiting,
Nehru. Any swimmers have come
Rambharose. What they will do? They can not get into the pipes.
Patel. Wait and see
(Suddenly a  a mans body is  seen floating in the water and is being carried away by the current. A swimmer from the GHMC jumps into water  and drags it to the bank. It is fully covered by debris, Trash and mud. People carry the body to a  proper place and the police man  pours buckets of water on the face and mud is washed off. It is Gandhi )
Patel. Oh This is bapu our bapu.
Rambharose. I do not think he is alive. There is no  chest movement. He is  drowned.
Patel. We have to wait and see
( In the mean time a doctor arrives and examines the  body. He shakes his head)
Doctor. I am sorry. He has left us, A victim of GHMC negligence
Patel. Keep watching him.
Doctor. Do you have hopes, Relax. It is too late
( Suddenly Gandhi yawns and  sits up to the shock of all.Doctor is shocked )
Gandhi.. where  I am? Which is this place? Where are my friends? Which river is this?
Patel. We are here. I knew that you will  go into yoga the moment  you fell in the man hole
Police man. Really this is great. Strange. The person has survived after drowning in the  water for 6 long hours
Gandhi.This is nothing. I have some divine powers too.
(  Some one brings a cup of hot tea to Gandhi, Nehru, Patel and the police man and doctor . They sip hot tea)
Gandhi. It is very refreshing to have tea
Police man. Yes.
Doctor True.
Gandhi. Can I go now.
Police man. I think you can go.
( He takes a snap of Gandhi)
Police man. We shall publish in news paper tomorrow, I shall also inform HQ and PS
Gandhi. You may do that. Please leave us.A
Police man. OK. You can go. Please give your address
Patel. We have no address
Police man. Why? Where do you stay?
Patel. We stay wherever we want. We keep roaming. If you want  permanent address we stay in Vaikuntam colony
Police man. OK Thanks
(The Trio  sing Ramdhun and waks off to a distance and vanishes .)

                                             CURTAIN FALLS

Pencil sketch ofa Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

He was aGerman writer politician.After the Nazis gained power in 1933, Dinter attempted to re-join the NSDAP. He was rebuffed and the Gestapo intensified its surveillance of him and even arrested him for a short while. Heinrich Himmler banned Dinter's "Deutsche Volkskirche" in 1937. Two years later the Reichsschrifttumskammer, Nazi Germany's official writers' association, expelled Dinter, effectively banning him from publishing anything, as one had to be a member to do so. In 1942, he was brought before a Special Court (Sondergericht) in Freiburg im Breisgau to be tried for an offence. In 1945, he was sentenced by a Denazification court in Offenburg to a fine of 1000 Reichsmark.

After the Nazis gained power in 1933, Dinter attempted to re-join the NSDAP. He was rebuffed and the Gestapo intensified its surveillance of him and even arrested him for a short while. Heinrich Himmler banned Dinter's "Deutsche Volkskirche" in 1937. Two years later the Reichsschrifttumskammer, Nazi Germany's official writers' association, expelled Dinter, effectively banning him from publishing anything, as one had to be a member to do so. In 1942, he was brought before a Special Court (Sondergericht) in Freiburg im Breisgau to be tried for an offence. In 1945, he was sentenced by a Denazification court in Offenburg to a fine of 1000 Reichsmark. he died in 1948 at the age of 71 years.

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


 Fritz Wächtler (7 January 1891 – 19 April 1945) was a Nazi German politician and Gauleiter of the eastern Bavarian administrative region of Gau Bayreuth. Trained as a primary school teacher, he also became head of the National Socialist Teachers League (NSLB) in 1935. During World War II he held the honorary rank of SS-Obergruppenführer and Reich Defense Commissar of Bayreuth. Prone to alcoholic outbursts and unpopular with the local residents, he eventually ran afoul of Martin Bormann in a political intrigue. Wächtler was shot on the orders from the Führerbunker near the end of the war in April, 1945.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

 Ludwig Ruckdeschel (15 March 1907 – 8 November 1986) was the Nazi Gauleiter of Bayreuth during final month of the Gau's existence before the collapse of Nazi Germany in 1945. Before this, from 1933 to 1941, he served as the deputy of Gauleiter Fritz Wächtler, whom he had executed on orders by Martin Bormann. From 1933 to 1945 he was also a member of the German Parliament, the Reichstag.

During the Second World War Ruckdeschel served in the Waffen-SS, rising to the rank of a Sturmbannführer, a rank equivalent to a major. After the war he was arrested in 1947 and eventually sentenced to 13 years in prison but released in 1952.

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Josef Wagner (12 January 1899 – 22 April or 2 May 1945) was from 1928 the Nazi Gauleiter of the Gau of Westphalia-South, and as of January 1935 also of the Gau of Silesia. In 1942 he was expelled from the Nazi Party (NSDAP) and imprisoned by the Gestapo, dying at some point in 1945. he was either shot dead by SS Gestapo or by a Soviet soldier. In fact he was a suspect in the failed plot against Hitler in 1944.

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


Railway  Staff.... Sir  we searched the coaches of MMTS local train that reportedly had a snake ( Pamu in telugu). After whole day search we found this earth worm ( Vana pamu ),

Chief Gen Manager... very great and excellent work done. All of you will get promotions.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Govinda Hari Govinda Poem by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Dr K Prabhakar Rao
Govinda hari govinda
Technical education Govinda
Engg colleges Govinda
Govinda hari Govinda
Nanyatha ledu govinda
 Pantullu leru govinda
Pathalu chepparu Govinda
Lyaabulu undavu govinda
Time pass chestaru govinda
Cell phonlu matramu Govinda
 Mastuga untavi Govinda
Kicha  kicha mantu Govinda
Muchhatlu pedtharu govinda
Facebook matramu govinda
Roju choostaru govinda
Haazaru undadu govinda
Aina OK govinda
Evarini aaparu govinda
Paisalu dobbi govinda
Haazaru istaru govinda
Sessional markulu govinda
Mastuga istaru govinda
Dubaila untu govinda
Eeeda saduvuthadu Govinda
Exam ku  vaadu govinda
 plane lo vastadu govinda
Copylu kotti govinda
Passai pothadu govinda
Govinda Hari Govinda
Desamu munigenu govinda
Jeethalundavu govinda
Bakayilu   untavi govinda
College paisaltho govinda
Karlu kontaru govinda
Prati college ki Govinda
Oka nayakudu untadu govinda
Inspectionlaku veellu Govinda
Professorlanu testaru govinda
Kirayi panthullu govinda
Mastuga dorukutharu govinda
Govinda Hari govinda
Vammo nayano Govinda
Etupothunnamu govinda
Aagamai poyinamu govinda
Chillara degreelivi govinda

Chettakundi la cherali Govinda

Pencil sketch of a nazi by dr K Prabhakar Rao


Joseph Bürckel (30 March 1895, in Lingenfeld, Germersheim – 28 September 1944, in Neustadt an der Weinstraße) was a Nazi Germany politician and a member of the German parliament (the Reichstag). He was an early member of the Nazi party and was influential in the rise of the National Socialist movement.
Bürckel served as Gauleiter of Vienna and Reichsstatthalter (governor) of the region from 30 January 1939 to 7 August 1940, working to further unification with Nazi Germany, including promoting anti-Jewish decrees and seizing Jewish property. He frequently embezzled confiscated money and property instead of turning it over to the state, earning him the displeasure of the Nazi hierarchy and he was eventually removed from his post in Vienna. Upon his return to the Westmark, he continued his previous lifestyle and spent large sums on purchasing artworks.Following his service as Gauleiter, Bürckel headed the civil administration in Lothringen and from 1941 was governor of the Gau Westmark, composed of the Bavarian Palatinate district, the Prussian Saar territory and the annexed département of Moselle.
Bürckel died at about 11:04 a.m. in Neustadt-an-der-Weinstrasse on 28 September 1944. A report from Bürckel's personal physician (since 1936), Gaugesundheitsführer Ewig, dated 28 September 1944, stated that Bürckel was physically and mentally worn out, spending all of his time at work because of the deteriorating situation in his Gau. He suffered an inflammation of the intestine with diarrhoea, eventually becoming too ill to continue. Ewig was called in on 26 September 1944. Bürckel soon contracted pneumonia and blood failure. Josef Rowies, another physician, stated on 23 October 1944 that the report of Bürckel's death sent to the SS-Personalhauptamt (the personnel records office) by Himmler's personal staff office on 9 October 1944 had been "doctored" to conceal his mental breakdown. The consensus was that he gave up the will to live, dying of the symptoms shown in the death certificate plus exhaustion.[citation needed] On 8 September 1944, in a letter to Martin Bormann (with whom Bürckel did not get along), Bürckel opined that the lack of combat-ready troops to occupy the defensive line of the Moselle from the boundary of Gau Westmark via the arsenal of Metz-Diedenhofen, south of Saint-Avold (part of the Maginot Line), to Sarralbe made construction of defensive positions useless. Bormann responded by dispatching Willi Stöhr (who was to succeed Bürckel after his death) to oversee the construction work.Five days after Bürckel's death, Hitler awarded him the German Order, the highest decoration that the Party could bestow on an individual, for his services to the Reich.

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr k Prabhakar Rao

Albert Maria Forster (26 July 1902 – 28 February 1952) was a Nazi German politician and war criminal. Under his administration as the Gauleiter of Danzig-West Prussia (the other German-annexed section of occupied Poland) during the Second World War, the local non-German population of Poles and Jews was classified as sub-human and subjected to extermination campaign involving ethnic cleansing, mass murder, and forceful Germanisation. Forster was directly responsible for extermination of non-Germans and strong supporter of genocide of Poles which he advocated already before the war.Forster was tried, convicted and hanged for his crimes in Warsaw after Germany was defeated.
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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

 He was a Nazi Gualeiter during WW of province Halle Merseburg and ober president from Preusseichan province Halle Merceburg. He died on 15 April 1945

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


He was a SS guard at Auschwitz camp and his affair with a Jewish prisoner Helena Citranova became famous.He was a very brutal person and selected in mates for death. He saved her sister Rozinka but her children could not be saved as they were at a different camp. After the war he was tried in Vienna in 1972 where Helena testified in favour of him. he escaped during the trial.