Nazi Terminology - C


  • Carinhall - country estate of Hermann Göring outside Berlin. Named in honor of his first wife Carin Göring (1888–1931).
  • Chef der Deutschen Polizei im Reichsministerium des Innern - (Chief of the German Police in the Reich Ministry of the Interior). Title conferred on Heinrich Himmler by Hitler in June 1936. Traditionally, law enforcement in Germany had been a state matter. In this role, Himmler was nominally subordinate to Interior Minister Frick. However, the decree effectively placed the police under the national control of members of the SS.
  • Chef der Sicherheitspolizei und des SD - (Chief of the Security Police and SD) or CSSD. Title first conferred on Reinhard Heydrich and after his death, Ernst Kaltenbrunner when chief of the Reich Main Security Office (which included the Gestapo, SD and Kripo).
  • Conservative Revolutionary movement – a Weimar period German nationalist literary youth movement.
  • Cyclon B – Alternative spelling of Zyklon B, tradename of a cyanide-based insecticide used to kill over one million people (total number of deaths in the Holocaust total about 4 million people in Nazi gas chambers.

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