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Alfred Rosenberg sits in the French National Assembly where he is giving a major address.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 75934

Alfred Rosenberg sits in the French National Assembly where he is giving a major address.

Among those pictured are: Helmuth Knochen (Commander of the secret police in occupied Paris), Hugo Sperrle (Luftwaffe general), and Otto Von Stulpnagel (Military commander of France).

The following have also been identified: third from right: SS-Brigadefuehrer Dr. Harald Turner (in German Army administration official uniform in his capacity as Chief of the German Military Administration in Paris), and at far left in the foreground: SA-Obergruppenfuehrer Friedrich (Fritz) Pfeffer von Salomon (in the uniform of a Kriegsverwaltungsvizechef), who served from October 25, 1940 to March 1, 1941 as Deputy Chief of the Administrative Staff to the Military Commander in France.

Photographer
Groner
Date
1940 November 28
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Robert Kempner
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Record last modified: 2017-11-16 00:00:00
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