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Mach, Alexander, 1902-1980

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Personal name headingMach, Alexander, 1902-1980
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Variant(s)Mach, Sano, 1902-1980
Other standard no.0000000055447249
Associated countrySlovakia
Birth date1902-10-11
Death date1980-10-15
Place of birthPalárikovo (Slovakia)
Place of deathBratislava (Slovakia)
Field of activityNazis
AffiliationHlinkova garda
Hlinkova slovenská l̕udová strana
Found inVnuk, F. Mat̓ svoj štát znamená život, 1991: p. 4 (Alexander Mach) p. 8 (b. 10-11-02) p. 370 (d. 10-15-80)
Arendt, H. Eichmann in Jerusalem, 2006: page 81 (Sano Mach, Minister of the Interior in the German-established Slovakian puppet government. In the strongly anti-Semitic Catholic government, Mach represented the German version of anti-Semitism; refused to allow exceptions for baptized Jews; the person chiefly responsible for the wholesale deportation of Slovak Jewry.)
Wikipedia, 23 January 2018 (Alexander Mach (11 October 1902 in Slovenský Meder (today Palárikovo)-15 October 1980 in Bratislava) was a Slovak nationalist politician. Mach was associated with the far right wing of Slovak nationalism and became noted for his strong support of Nazism and Germany.)
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