Alfred Rosenberg

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Alfred Rosenberg
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Alfred Rosenberg in Januar 1941, photograph bi Heinrich Hoffmann
Leader o the Foreign Policy Office o the NSDAP
In office
1933–1945
Precedit biPoseetion established
Succeedit biNone
Commissar for Superveesion o Intellectual an Ideological Eddication o the NSDAP (aka Rosenberg office)
In office
1934–1945
Precedit biPoseetion established
Succeedit biNone
Reich Meenister for the Occupied Eastern Territories
In office
1941–1945
PresesAdolf Hitler (Führer)
ChancellorAdolf Hitler (Führer)
Precedit biPoseetion established
Succeedit biNone
Reichsleiter
In office
2 Juin 1933 – 8 Mey 1945
LeaderAdolf Hitler
Personal details
BornAlfred Ernst Rosenberg
12 Januar 1893(1893-01-12)
Reval, Govrenorate o Estonie, Roushie Empire
Dee'd16 October 1946(1946-10-16) (aged 53)
Nuremberg, Germany
(Executit bi hangin)
NaitionalityGerman
Poleetical pairtyNaitional Socialist German Wirkers' Pairty (NSDAP)
Spoose(s)Hilda Leesmann
(1915–1923; divorce)
Hedwig Kramer
(1925–1946)
Bairns2
Alma materRiga Polytechnical Institute
Moscow Heichest Technical Schuil
ProfessionAirchitect, politeecian, writer
CabinetHitler
Signatur

Alfred Ernst Rosenberg (Aboot this soondlisten ) (12 Januar 1893 – 16 October 1946) wis an early an intellectually influential member o the Nazi Pairty. Rosenberg wis first introduced tae Adolf Hitler bi Dietrich Eckart; he later held several important posts in the Nazi govrenment. He is considered ane o the main authors o key Nazi ideological creeds, includin its racial theory, persecution o the Jews, Lebensraum, abrogation o the Treaty o Versailles, an opposeetion tae "degenerate" modren art. He is an aa kent for his rejection o Christianity,[1] havin played an important role in the development o Positive Christianity, which he intendit tae be transeetional tae a new Nazi faith.[2] At Nuremberg he wis tried, sentenced tae daith an executit bi hangin as a war criminal an for crimes against humanity.

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  1. Hexham, Irving (2007). "Inventing 'Paganists': a Close Reading of Richard Steigmann-Gall's the Holy Reich". Journal of Contemporary History. SAGE Publications. 42 (1): 59–78. doi:10.1177/0022009407071632.
  2. "Alfred Rosenberg". Jewish Virtual Library (American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise). Retrieved 2008-05-07.