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  1. Odilo Lotario Globocnik (Trieste, 21 de abril de 1904 – Paternion, Austria; 31 de mayo de 1945) fue un criminal de guerra austríaco, un general SS y uno de los más prominentes perpetradores ejecutivos del Holocausto Judío.

  2. Odilo Lothar Ludwig Globocnik (21 April 1904 – 31 May 1945) was a Nazi Party official from Austria and a perpetrator of the Holocaust. A high-ranking leader of the SS , Globocnik played a leading role in Operation Reinhard , the organized murder of around one and a half million Jews, mostly of Polish origin, during the Holocaust in ...

  3. Odilo Lotario Globocnik [1] o Odilo Lothar Ludwig Globocnik, [2] també germanitzat com a Globotschnig (g) [3] ( 21 d'abril del 1904 – 31 de maig de 1945 ), conegut d'altra banda pel motiu de Globus, [4] va ser un destacat nazi i, posteriorment, un important dirigent de la SS.

  4. Treblinka’s Structure & Operations →. Odilo Globočnik, the evil leader of the Operation. This course examines the history of Nazi Germany and the Holocaust against the backdrop of global trajectories of antisemitism, colonialism, racial science, and economic crisis.

  5. Odilo Globocnik was born in Trieste on 21 April 1904. The son of an Austrian Croat family of petty officials and a builder by profession, he joined the Nazi Party in Carinthia, Austria in 1930 and became a ‘radical’ leader of its cells in the province. In 1933 Globocnik entered the SS and was appointed deputy district leader of the NSDAP in ...

  6. Born to an Austrian family of Slovene descent in Trieste (then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire), Odilo Globocnik first worked as a building tradesman. From 1922 he was an active member of pre- Nazi Carinthian paramilitary organisations. He joined the NSDAP in 1931 and became a member of the SS in 1934. Between 1933 and 1935 he was arrested ...

  7. Odilo Globocnik (21 April 1904 31 May 1945), SS Gruppenführer, during the war SS and Police Leader of the General Government (occupied Poland), and in charge of implementing the Aktion Reinhardt.