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Ludwig Fischer giving a speech in Warsaw in 1940

Dr. Ludwig Fischer (April 16, 1905 - March 8, 1947) was a German Nazi lawyer, politician and a war criminal.

Born Kaiserslautern in a Catholic family, as a student he joined Nazi Party in 1926 and Sturmabteilung (SA) in 1929, eventually rising to the rank of Gruppenführer. In 1937 he was elected to the Reichstag.

After 1939 Invastion of Poland he was appointed Governor of the Warsaw District in the occupied General Government (Polish area which was not formally annexed). He held this position until withdrawal of the German forces from Warsaw in January 1945.

As Governor Fisher was directly responsible for a number of war crimes, as well as crimes against humanity. I.e. he ordered to create Warsaw Ghetto, issued many anti-Jewish laws, as well as participed in a bloody Ghetto deestablishment and deportation. He was also responsible for a terror in occupied city, including mass executions, slave labor program and deportation to the Concentration Camps. He was sentenced to death by the Special Courts of Polish resistance movement for crimes against Polish citizens. His name was first on the list of "Operation Heads" - serial executions of Nazi personel. Before Warsaw Uprising His car was shoted in action known as Operation Hunting on 1944 but Fischer survived.

After fall of the Warsaw Uprising he played important role, with military, in destruction of Warsaw. Finally he was responsible for a poor condition in a temporary camp for Warsaw citizens in Pruszków.

Arrested after the war by Allied, Fisher was handed over to the Polish authorities. He was tried before Supreme National Tribunal and sentenced to death. He was executed by hanging.

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This article incorporates information from the revision as of 2008-10-19 of the equivalent article on the Polish Wikipedia.
This article incorporates information from the revision as of 2008-10-19 of the equivalent article on the German Wikipedia.
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Dr. Ludwig Fischer (April 16, 1905 - March 8, 1947) was a German Nazi lawyer, politician and a war criminal.

Born Kaiserslautern in a Catholic family, as a student he joined Nazi Party in 1926 and Sturmabteilung (SA) in 1929, eventually rising to the rank of Gruppenführer. In 1937 he was elected to the Reichstag.

After 1939 Invastion of Poland he was appointed Governor of the Warsaw District in the occupied General Government (Polish area which was not formally annexed). He held this position until withdrawal of the German forces from Warsaw in January 1945.

As Governor Fisher was directly responsible for a number of war crimes, as well as crimes against humanity. I.e. he ordered to create Warsaw Ghetto, issued many anti-Jewish law, as well as participed in a bloody Ghetto deestablishment and deportation. He was also responsible for a terror in occupied city, including mass executions, slave labor program and deportation to the Concentration Camps.

After fall of the Warsaw Uprising he played important role, with military, in destruction of Warsaw. Finally he was responsible for a poor condition in a temporary camp for Warsaw citizens in Pruszków.

Arrested after the war by Allied, Fisher was handed over to the Polish authorities. He was tried before Supreme National Tribunal and sentenced to death. He was executed by hanging.

References

This article incorporates information from the revision as of 2008-10-19 of the equivalent article on the Polish Wikipedia.
This article incorporates information from the revision as of 2008-10-19 of the equivalent article on the German Wikipedia.

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