Triumph of the Will
Himself - Views SS Parade with Other Officers by Hitler's Car
3 Biographical Movies |
2 Print Biographies |
13 Portrayals |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
6' 3" (1.91 m)
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We must work on ourselves. We must anchor and maintain the eternal foundations of the ideology transmitted to us by The Leader [Adolf Hitler
] in unprecedented self-discipline. To protect our Folk, we must be hard on our enemies even at the risk of hurting individual enemies from time to time, and being criticized for our unrestrained brutality from otherwise well-meaning people. No one will ...
During World War II, while serving as one of the highest ranking officers in the SS, Heydrich was also a Reserve Officer in the less intimidating rank of a Luftwaffe Captain. He flew combat missions in Poland, France, and Russia before being forbidden to fly after it was realized that his capture as a POW would be a major security breach to Germany.
Remarkably high-pitched, squeaky voice, which was the reason he often refused to speak in public