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Konstantin von Neurath
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Diplomat
    (February 2, 1873-August 14, 1956)
    Born in Vaihingen an der Enz, Germany
    Ambassador to Denmark (1919-21), Italy (1921-30) and Great Britain (1930-32)
    German Foreign Minister (1932-38)
    Reichsprotektor of Bohemia and Moravia (1938-41)
    Convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity at the Nuremburg Trials and sentenced to 15 years in prison
    Released on grounds of ill health (1953)
    As Foreign Minister, he lent an air of respectability to Hitler's policies.
    He was involved in the German withdrawal from the League of Nations and the occupation of the Rhineland.
    In Bohemia and Moravia, he abolished political parties and labor unions, eliminated the free press and implemented anti-Semitic laws.
    He responded to protests in Czech universities by sending 1200 students to concentration camps.
    He was replaced as Foreign Minister by Joachim von Ribbentrop after he protested to Hitler that his policies would lead to war.
    HItler felt his rule in Bohemia and Moravia was too lenient and he replaced him with Reinhard Heydrich.
    When he was released from Spandau Prison, he asked a reporter 'What will become of my garden without me?'

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