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    WebAlois Brunner (8 January 1912 – c. December 2001) was an Austrian officer who held the rank of SS-Hauptsturmführer (captain) during World War II. Brunner played a significant role in the implementation of the Holocaust through rounding up and deporting Jews in occupied Austria, Greece, Macedonia, France, and Slovakia.


    WebJan 11, 2017 · The Revue XXI magazine reported that Austrian-born SS commander Alois Brunner spent his last years living in squalid conditions. It said he remained a fervent anti-Semite right up to his death....


    WebAlois Brunner was a key operative of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann and was responsible for the deportation of Jewish people from Austria (47,000), Greece (44,000), France (23,500), and Slovakia (14,000) to Nazi death camps during the Holocaust.


    WebJun 1, 2023 · Living in an apartment in an affluent Damascus neighborhood, Brunner worked for the Syrian intelligence services and was also an arms dealer, notably with Middle Eastern countries that were Israel’s enemies. On top of this, he came up with a number of outlandish ideas.


    WebDec 6, 2017 · Alois Brunner reached infamy in 1942 when he organized large-scale deportations from Austria and Greece. He was responsible for the removal of 46,000 Jews from Vienna and 43,000 more from Salonika. The German Order Police “Orpo” descending to the cellars on a “Jew-hunt,” Lublin, December 1940; Bundesarchiv – CC-BY SA 3.0


    WebDec 1, 2014 · Over the weekend, the death of Alois Brunner, the world's most wanted Nazi, was all but confirmed by the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Brunner, who was the top aide to "Final Solution" architect Adolf...


    WebAlois Brunner (* 8. April 1912 in Nádkút, Komitat Vas, Ungarn, Österreich-Ungarn; † um 2001 in Damaskus, Syrien [1] [2]) war ein SS-Hauptsturmführer. Er war einer der wichtigsten Mitarbeiter Adolf Eichmanns bei der Vernichtung der europäischen Juden, im NS-Jargon „ Endlösung der Judenfrage “. Als Leiter von zu diesem Zweck ...


    WebNov 30, 2014 · SS captain Alois Brunner, described by Eichmann as his “best man,” was responsible for the deportation of 128,500 Jews to the death camps. After the war in the 1950s, Brunner fled to Syria...


    WebDec 1, 2014 · The chief investigator pursuing Alois Brunner, one of the world's most wanted German Nazi war criminals, has told the BBC that he is "99% sure" that he died four years ago in Syria.


    WebAlois Brunner, né le 8 avril 1912 à Nádkút (Deutsch Kaltenbrunn en allemand) dans le royaume de Hongrie, dans l'Empire austro-hongrois [1], située aujourd'hui en Autriche, et probablement mort en décembre 2001 à Damas [2], en Syrie, est un membre du parti nazi et un officier SS, qui se rend célèbre par son action contre les Juifs ...