Beschwerde? Zuerst mal Ihren Namen! “Müller.” “Buchstabieren Sie das gefälligst!” “Ludwig Emil Cäsar Konrad Martha Ida Cäsar Heinrich…”

Beschwerde? Zuerst mal Ihren Namen! “Müller.” “Buchstabieren Sie das gefälligst!” “Ludwig Emil Cäsar Konrad Martha Ida Cäsar Heinrich…”

"Heinrich Müller (born 28 April 1900 - unknown ) was a German police official under both the Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany. He became chief of the Gestapo, the political secret state police of Nazi Germany, and was involved in the planning and execution of the Holocaust.  He was last seen in the Führerbunker in Berlin on May 1, 1945 and remains the most senior figure of the Nazi regime who was never captured or confirmed to have died."

Heinrich Muller -- Head of the Gestapo for much of the war.

Heinrich Müller (Gestapo) - Seen here in discussion with Himmler/Nebe/Heydrich.Seems, that he served the War, and was hired by US intelligence agents/Truman to help in exposing Communists in US. One must realize that Stalin now posed the greatest threat to mankind, US interests. When a monster who murdered 50+ million has the atom bomb...thats a worry! So, maybe a man who commited evil acts during the war, doing the right thing.

shown from left to right are Franz Josef Huber, Arthur Nebe, Heinrich Himmler, Reinhard Heydrich and Heinrich Müller, planning the investigation of the bomb assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler of 8 November 1939 in Munich.

The Murky Fate Of Gestapo Chief And Nazi War Criminal Heinrich Müller

The Murky Fate Of Gestapo Chief And Nazi War Criminal Heinrich Müller

Hans Heinrich Müller's Wasserturm Steglitz at the Friedhof Steglitz. Photo from 1914.

Hans Heinrich Müller in Steglitz. The start of an architect (1909-1919)

Hans Heinrich Müller's Wasserturm Steglitz at the Friedhof Steglitz.

What Happened To Gestapo Chief And Nazi War Criminal Heinrich Müller?

The Murky Fate Of Gestapo Chief And Nazi War Criminal Heinrich Müller

Hans Heinrich Müller's Umspannwerk Wittenau. Streetsight. (Berlin-Wittenau, 1925)

Hans Heinrich Müller’s Electricity Stations in the Berlin districts of Wittenau, Reinickendorf and Spandau

Hans Heinrich Müller's Umspannwerk Wittenau. Streetsight. (Berlin-Wittenau, 1925)

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Photo of Berlin - Umspannwerk Christiania/Hans Heinrich Müller

Gestapo chief Heinrich Müller (front,left) with his boss, Reinhard Heydrich (front,center) and Gestapo officers. Undated. After the war Heinrich Müller disappeared into thin air. To this day, there's no conclusive evidence as to his fate.

Gestapo chief Heinrich Müller (front,left) with his boss, Reinhard Heydrich (front,center) and Gestapo officers. After the war Heinrich Müller disappeared into thin air. To this day, there's no conclusive evidence as to his fate.

Hans Heinrich Müller - Abspannwerk Scharnhorst, Berlin 1928

Hans Heinrich Müller - Abspannwerk Scharnhorst, Berlin 1928

Hans Heinrich Müller | Torre del Agua Steglitz | Steglitzer Wasserturm | Berlín, Alemania | 1915-1919 | restauración del año 2000 por Architekurbüro Bozina

Hans Heinrich Müller | Torre del Agua Steglitz | Steglitzer Wasserturm | Berlín, Alemania | 1915-1919 | restauración del año 2000 por Architekurbüro Bozina

Stützpunkt Karlsbad Tiergarten - Berlin, Germany; 1927 (demolished, 1938)  Hans Heinrich Müller  via “Hans Heinrich Müller: 1879-1951, Berliner Industriebauten”; Paul Kahlfeldt; Birkhäuser Verlag; Basel, Berlin, Boston (1992)

Stützpunkt Karlsbad Tiergarten - Berlin, Germany; 1927 (demolished, 1938) Hans Heinrich Müller via “Hans Heinrich Müller: 1879-1951, Berliner Industriebauten”; Paul Kahlfeldt; Birkhäuser Verlag; Basel, Berlin, Boston (1992)

Hans Heinrich Müller - Abspannwerk Scharnhorst, Berlin 1928

Hans Heinrich Müller - Abspannwerk Scharnhorst, Berlin 1928

Heinrich Müller gestapo

Misterios no resueltos de la Segunda Guerra Mundial

Heinrich Müller gestapo

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