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Globocnik, Odilo, 1904-1945

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Personal name headingGlobocnik, Odilo, 1904-1945
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Variant(s)Globots'niḳ, Odilo, 1904-1945
Globocnik, Otto, 1904-1945
גלובוצ׳ניק, 1904־1945
Other standard no.0000000116599175
Associated countryAustria
Associated placeLublin (Poland)
Birth date1904-04-21
Death date1945-05-31
Place of birthTrieste (Italy)
Field of activityConcentration camp commandants
AffiliationNationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Schutzstaffel
Belzec (Concentration camp) Majdanek (Concentration camp) Sobibór (Concentration camp) Treblinka (Concentration camp)
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Found inTsorer ha-Yehudim Globots'niḳ, 1977: p. 1, etc. (Odilo Globots'niḳ; b. 4-21-04; Odilo Globocnik [in rom.]; chief of S.S. and police in the Lublin dist.; in charge of Maidanek, Treblinka, Sobibor, and Belżec)
Enc. Judaica, 1971 (Globocnik, Odilo, 1904-1945; Nazi executioner of Polish Jewry)
--in der Bewegung führend tätig, 1997: t.p. (Odilo Globočnik)
Arendt, H. Eichmann in Jerusalem, 2006: page 89 (Although Eichmann told him that he was not "tough enough" for these sights, that he had never been a soldier ..., [Heinrich] Müller, some nine months later, sent him back to the Lublin region, where the very enthusiastic Globocnik had meanwhile finished his preparations. Eichmann said that this now was the most horrible thing he had ever seen in his life.)
The trial that never ends, ©2017: page 199 (When it came to the main perpetrators, German law treated the Holocaust as the work of six or seven men: Hitler, Himmler, Heydrich (also at times Kaltenbrunner), Göring, Otto Globocnik, and Christian Wirth.)
Wikipedia, 30 December 2017 (Odilo Globocnik (21 April 1904-31 May 1945) was an Austrian war criminal. He was a Nazi and later an SS leader. As associate of Adolf Eichmann, he had a leading role in Operation Reinhard, which saw the murder of over one million mostly Polish Jews during the Holocaust in Nazi extermination camps Majdanek, Treblinka, Sobibór and Bełżec. Historian Michael Allen described him as "the vilest individual in the vilest organization ever known".)
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