Portrait of police chief SS-Gruppenf├╝hrer Kurt Daluege, 8 Mar 1936Himmler, Heydrich, Daluege, and Adolf H├╝hnlein at a memorial ceremony on German Police Day, Horst-Wessel-Platz, Berlin, Germany, 16 Jan 1937Daluege, Lankenau, and Bomhard reviewing police forces, Bremen, Germany, 23 Apr 1937, photo 1 of 2Daluege, Lankenau, and Bomhard reviewing police forces, Bremen, Germany, 23 Apr 1937, photo 2 of 2
Portrait of police chief SS-Gruppenf├╝hrer Kurt Daluege, 8 Mar 1936Himmler, Heydrich, Daluege, and Adolf H├╝hnlein at a memorial ceremony on German Police Day, Horst-Wessel-Platz, Berlin, Germany, 16 Jan 1937Daluege, Lankenau, and Bomhard reviewing police forces, Bremen, Germany, 23 Apr 1937, photo 1 of 2Daluege, Lankenau, and Bomhard reviewing police forces, Bremen, Germany, 23 Apr 1937, photo 2 of 2
German police chiefs Kurt Daluege, Heinrich Lankenau, and Adolf von Bomhard, Bremen, Germany, 23 Apr 1937Daluege at a Nazi Party rally with other police officers, N├╝rnberg, Germany, 6 Sep 1938Adolf Wagner, Kurt Daluege, Franz von Epp, Neville Chamberlain, and Joachim von Ribbentrop at M├╝nchen airport, Germany, 29 Sep 1938Lieutenant General Daluege at a German police riding school in Rathenow, Germany, 2 Nov 1938
German police chiefs Kurt Daluege, Heinrich Lankenau, and Adolf von Bomhard, Bremen, Germany, 23 Apr 1937Daluege at a Nazi Party rally with other police officers, N├╝rnberg, Germany, 6 Sep 1938Adolf Wagner, Kurt Daluege, Franz von Epp, Neville Chamberlain, and Joachim von Ribbentrop at M├╝nchen airport, Germany, 29 Sep 1938Lieutenant General Daluege at a German police riding school in Rathenow, Germany, 2 Nov 1938
Heinrich Himmler, Hans Frank, Kurt Daluege, Adjutant Becker at the groundbreaking ceremony of a German police barracks in Krakow, Poland, 1939German officers Keitel, Reichenau, Daluege, and Bodenschatz in Poland, 13 Sep 1939German police official Kurt Daluege, NSKK official Adolf H├╝hnlein, and police official Paul Riege reviewing a parade at Krak├│w, Poland, 1939-1940German Generalleutnant Kurt Daluege visiting the Ouvrage Hackenberg fortification on the Maginot Line near Thionville, Moselle, France, May 1940; the party was entering the munitions entrance
Heinrich Himmler, Hans Frank, Kurt Daluege, Adjutant Becker at the groundbreaking ceremony of a German police barracks in Krakow, Poland, 1939German officers Keitel, Reichenau, Daluege, and Bodenschatz in Poland, 13 Sep 1939German police official Kurt Daluege, NSKK official Adolf H├╝hnlein, and police official Paul Riege reviewing a parade at Krak├│w, Poland, 1939-1940German Generalleutnant Kurt Daluege visiting the Ouvrage Hackenberg fortification on the Maginot Line near Thionville, Moselle, France, May 1940; the party was entering the munitions entrance
Danish police chief Dahl, Dr. Karl Ritter von Halt, Reinhard Heydrich, Heinrich Himmler, Kurt Daluege, and Karl Wolff at the Sportpalast, Berlin, Germany, 16 Feb 1941Heinrich Himmler, Philipp Bouhler, Rudolf He├č, Kurt Daluege, Fritz Todt, and Konrad Meyer during a meeting on the German resettling of Eastern Europe, Berlin, Germany, 20 Mar 1941Deputy Reich Protector of Bohemia and Monrovia and SS General Kurt Daluege practicing with a Luger pistol, likely in Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1942-43. In 1946, he was hanged for mass atrocities against the Czech people
Danish police chief Dahl, Dr. Karl Ritter von Halt, Reinhard Heydrich, Heinrich Himmler, Kurt Daluege, and Karl Wolff at the Sportpalast, Berlin, Germany, 16 Feb 1941Heinrich Himmler, Philipp Bouhler, Rudolf He├č, Kurt Daluege, Fritz Todt, and Konrad Meyer during a meeting on the German resettling of Eastern Europe, Berlin, Germany, 20 Mar 1941Deputy Reich Protector of Bohemia and Monrovia and SS General Kurt Daluege practicing with a Luger pistol, likely in Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1942-43. In 1946, he was hanged for mass atrocities against the Czech people
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