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Fritz Sauckel
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    (October 27, 1894-October 15, 1946)
    Born in Hassfurt, Germany
    Birth name was Ernst Friedrich Christoph Sauckel
    Third Reich General Plenipotentiary for Labor Deployment (1942-45)
    Convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity at the Nuremburg Trial and executed
    He forced millions of people in lands occupied by Nazi Germany into slave labor.
    He wrote that the laborers 'must be fed, sheltered and treated in such a way as to exploit them to the highest possible extent at the lowest conceivable degree of expenditure.'
    He had the third-lowest IQ score of the Nuremburg defendants.
    He boasted he never read a book.
    Just before his execution, he whined 'I am dying innocent. The sentence is unjust.'
    At the beginning of WWII, he attempted to join the navy by stowing away on Karl Donitz's submarine.
    He admitted, 'Himmler, Bormann and Goebbels, they were probably bad fellows.'
    He was hanged, but his superior, Albert Speer, received a sentence of only 20 years.

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