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    Erich Naumann - Wikipedia

    Erich Naumann (29 April 1905 – 7 June 1951) was an SS-Brigadeführer, member of the SD, and a convicted war criminal. Naumann had a key role in the Holocaust in Eastern Europe as the commander of Einsatzgruppe VI and the commander of Einsatzgruppe B. See more

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    Born 29 April 1905, in Meissen, Saxony, Erich Naumann left school at the age of sixteen and was employed in a commercial firm in his home town of Meissen. He joined the See more

    After capture by the Allies, Naumann stood trial in front of a U.S. military court during the Einsatzgruppen trial. During the proceedings he repeatedly stated that he did not … See more

    Naumann's trial from The Einsatzgruppen Archives
    Profile of Naumann from Musmanno, Michael A., Justice. The Eichmann Kommandos. London: Peter Davies. 1961. pp. … See more

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    Naumann had a key role in the Holocaust in Eastern Europe as the commander of Einsatzgruppe VI and the commander of Einsatzgruppe B . Born 29 April 1905, in Meissen, Saxony, Erich Naumann left school at the age of sixteen and was employed in a commercial firm in his home town of Meissen.
    Naumann was convicted at trial after the war, sentenced to death and hanged at Landsberg, Bavaria on June 8, 1951. Erich Naumann during early career SS-Brigadeführer Erich Naumann Naumann commanded Einsatzgruppe B from November 1941 to March 1943. Einsatzgruppe B killed at least 134,000 victims during the war.
    Erich Naumann: Naumann commanded Einsatzgruppe B. This unit perpetrated mass murder primarily in Belarus and in Russian territory west of Moscow. Otto Rasch: Rasch led Einsatzgruppe C. This unit perpetrated mass murder in Ukraine, including the shooting of more than 33,000 Jews of Kiev at Babyn Yar.
    Three of his fellow Einsatzgruppen veterans, Erich Naumann, Paul Blobel, and Werner Braune accompanied him to the gallows. Ohlendorf and the rest of the Einsatzgruppen leadership were multifaceted individuals who approached their assigned task of murdering the Jews of Eastern Europe from a variety of positions and diverse motivations.
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    WebSS-Brigadeführer Erich Naumann. Naumann commanded Einsatzgruppe B from November 1941 to March 1943. Einsatzgruppe B killed at least 134,000 victims during the war. Born in Meissen, Saxony on April 29, …

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