Wilhelm Gustloff (January 30, 1895 - February 4, 1936) was the German leader of the NSDAP (Nazi) party in Switzerland; he founded the Swiss branch of the party at Davos in 1932, which organized German citizens living in Switzerland.
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... The MV Wilhelm Gustloff was a German KdF flagship during 1937–1945, constructed by the Blohm Voss shipyards ... The ship was named after Wilhelm Gustloff, the assassinated German leader of the Swiss Nazi party ... The Wilhelm Gustloff was then assigned as a floating barracks for naval personnel in the port of Gdynia which was located in Nazi occupied Poland (renamed during German occupation to ...
... Recent years have seen increased interest in the Wilhelm Gustloff disaster in countries outside of Germany, with various books either written in or ... The Sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff ... The Little-Known Stories of the Wilhelm Gustloff, the General Steuben and the Goya" ...
... January 30, 1945, the S-13 attacked and sank the Wilhelm Gustloff ... The Wilhelm Gustloff was evacuating civilians and military personnel ... army on the Eastern Front, there were between 5,400 and 9,400 casualties in the sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff, making it the single worst maritime disaster in history ...
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