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  • He was arrested in March 1944 shortly after rebuffing Himmler's invitation to do rocket development under SS auspices rather than army.

    What Would Wernher Do? - NASA Watch

  • Luckily for him, Heisenberg's mother was friendly with SS leader Heinrich Himmler's mother.

    Katie Engelhart: Political Fallout: Will Germany Go Nuclear-Free?

  • Yet it is hard to see why he was any more dangerous than Charles Darwin, whose theory, when distorted and vulgarized as the survival of the fittest, provided scientific support for Himmler's program to breed flaxen-haired demigods—so unlike the physique of the dear Führer and his closest associates.

    Hitler's Golden Book

  • He was jailed because he wouldn't go along with Himmler's efforts to have the SS take over the rocket program from the Army.

    What Would Wernher Do? - NASA Watch

  • At the official memorial site, interpreters believe the attack was likely ordered as part of Himmler's ongoing campaign of terror.

    Rev. Timothy C. Geoffrion, Ph.D.: What We Must Never Forget About Genocide

  • Sometimes the stories slide into the surreal, such as a night spent in what might be Heinrich Himmler's hideaway, a room filled with origami cranes, or an encased shark that serves as "a repository for human sadness."

    Ron Charles reviews "Great House," by Nicole Krauss

  • Yet it is hard to see why he was any more dangerous than Charles Darwin, whose theory, when distorted and vulgarized as the survival of the fittest, provided scientific support for Himmler's program to breed flaxen-haired demigods—so unlike the physique of the dear Führer and his closest associates.

    Hitler's Golden Book

  • Sometimes the stories slide into the surreal, such as a night spent in what might be Heinrich Himmler's hideaway, a room filled with origami cranes, or an encased shark that serves as "a repository for human sadness."

    Ron Charles reviews "Great House," by Nicole Krauss

  • At the official memorial site, interpreters believe the attack was likely ordered as part of Himmler's ongoing campaign of terror.

    Rev. Timothy C. Geoffrion, Ph.D.: What We Must Never Forget About Genocide

  • In Heinrich Himmler's view, "The great German people should consider it as its major task to destroy all Poles."

    One less Nazi

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