Theodor Dannecker - Career in The Nazi Party

Career in The Nazi Party

In 1934, Dannecker became a member of the SS-Verf├╝gungstruppe, a special combat support force, and a year later in 1935, he also became a member of the Sicherheitsdienst (SD) (SD, Security Service was primarily the intelligence service of the SS and the Nazi Party in Nazi Germany). In March 1937 came Dannecker's transfer to the Judenreferat ("Jew Unit") in the SD's main office. From September 1940 until July 1942, Dannecker was leader of the Judenreferat at the SD post in Paris, where he ordered and oversaw the French Police roundup of more than 13,000 Jews who were deported to Auschwitz, where they were murdered.

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