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Arthur Seyss-Inquart
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Politician
    (July 22, 1892-October 16, 1946)
    Born in Stannern, Czech Republic
    Lawyer and high ranking Nazi official
    Reichskommissar of the Netherlands (May 1940 – September 1944)
    Captured at Hamburg, tried at Nuremberg for war crimes
    Found guilty and sentenced to death by hanging
    He was a rabid anti-semite.
    He supported Austria's annexation by Germany and joined the Austrian Nazi Party despite it being an illegal organization.
    He signed the law that made Austria into a German province, and was briefly in control of that newly made province.
    Slave laborers from the Netherlands were supplied to Germany under his administration.
    The Jews of the Netherlands were banned from all professions, sent to a ghetto in Amsterdam and eventually concentration camps in Germany by his administration.
    He supported the Dutch Nazi Party, and made all other political parties in the Netherlands illegal.
    A decorated veteran of the Austrian Army in WWI, he had been wounded multiple times fighting on three different fronts.
    He had an IQ of 141.
    He had a degree in law from the University of Vienna.

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