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''' There are two Staff Inns. One is next to the bus station, called white house, another on the main road, called annex. Both of them offer similar kind of rooms, from usd 20 to 28. Annex has strange odour and restaurant is just average. *'''Central Lodge''' Near Bankers Academy and opposite Hasty Tasty. The place is in old German hospital building, has single and double rooms with breakfast and tv from usd 25 to usd 35. Rooms are big and run down but service is friendly. Beds are short with high


German: Sicherheitspolizei), or SiPo, and the Security Service ( German: Sicherheitsdienst, or SD, first in Belarus (then called White Russia or White Ruthenia) and later in Belgium. In October 1944, he was transferred to the military branch of the SS (Waffen-SS). 19.312 Werner Knab Gestapo chief in Norway Commander of the Security Police (Sicherheitspolizei) in Lyon, France 191584 Erich Priebke SD and Sicherheitspolizei commander in Rome, Italy '''Helmut Knochen''' (March 14, 1910 – April 4, 2003) was the senior commander of the Sicherheitspolizei (Security Police) and Sicherheitsdienst in Paris during the Nazi (Nazism) occupation of France during the World War II. '''Franz Walter Stahlecker''' (10 October 1900 – 23 March 1942) was Commander of the Sicherheitspolizei and the Sicherheitsdienst ( On April 7, 1945, the Soviet press published the "Declaration of the Special Government Commission charged with the inquiry into the crimes committed by the German-Fascist aggressors during their occupation of the Latvian Socialist Soviet Republic". This document devotes a chapter to the persecution and murder of Jews. The declaration lists Nazis held responsible for the crimes committed in Latvia under German occupation. They include Lohse, the Reich Commissioner for Ostland; Friedrich Jeckeln, chief of police (HSSPF) for Ostland; Drechsler, Commissioner General for Latvia; Rudolf Lange, chief of the security police (Sicherheitspolizei); Krause, chief of the Riga ghetto and commandant of the Salaspils concentration camp; Sauer, commandant of the Kaiserwald concentration camp; and several dozen other Nazi criminals involved in the destruction of Latvian Jewry. On January 26, 1946, the military tribunal of the Baltic Military District began a trial of a group of Nazi war criminals, among them Jeckeln, one of the men responsible for the Rumbula massacre at the end of 1941. He and six others were sentenced to death by hanging; the sentence was carried out in Riga on February 3, 1946. Other trials were held in the postwar Latvian SSR, but altogether only a small number of Germans and Latvians who had taken part in the murder of Latvian Jewry were brought to justice.


the Pacific (Pacific Ocean) coast to the northern Kamchatka Peninsula. The zone is known for its herds of wild reindeer, for so-called white nights (dusk at midnight, dawn shortly thereafter) in summer, and for days of total darkness in winter. The long, harsh winters and lack of sunshine allow only mosses, lichens, and dwarf willows (Dwarf Willow) and shrubs to sprout low above the barren permafrost. Although several powerful Siberian rivers traverse this zone as they flow

Lawton, Oklahoma

and on. White bartered with them to let him record two songs that he had written. Those demos are what piqued the interest of renowned Oklahoma City session guitarist, Joe Settlemires. Settlemires sent the demos to Nashville session guitarist and producer, Billy Joe Walker Jr. Walker called White and invited him to come to Nashville to meet. That trip proved to be a success. He befriended Walker and they decided to work together. '''Henry Ware Lawton''' (March 17, 1843 – December 19, 1899

Hungarian Soviet Republic

autobiography" Luca's autobiography During the short-lived Hungarian Soviet Republic headed by Béla Kun in 1919, Sándor served briefly on the governing council of Ung County. Sakmyster, ''Red Conspirator,'' p. 7. He managed to escape repression during the so-called "White Terror" (White Terror (Hungary)) which followed the collapse of the Hungarian Soviet regime, apparently benefiting from the 1920 Treaty

White Plains, New York

Airport Westchester County Airport, often called '''White Plains (White Plains, New York) Airport''' for the city near the airport, is located in Harrison, New York, and serves residents of Westchester County (Westchester County, New York) and Fairfield County, Connecticut. birth_date '''Herman Arthur "Harry" Lauter

Concord, New Hampshire

;20px (Image:I-93.svg)20px (Image:NH Route 101.svg) I-93 (Interstate 93) North NH Route 101 (New Hampshire Route 101) East - Concord (Concord, New Hampshire), Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire) 20px (Image:South plate blue.svg) 20px (Image:I-93.svg) Interstate 93 South - Derry (Derry, New Hampshire), Boston NH 101 joins northbound and leaves southbound. '''The White Mountain School''', often called '''White Mountain''' or '''WMS''', is a co

Saginaw, Michigan

State Parks publisher Glovebox Guidebooks of America location Saginaw, Michigan year 1995 isbn 1881139131 chapter Carter Caves State Resort Park Bat Cave and Saltpetre Cave are both closed until further notice because a rare bat disease called White nose syndrome is getting closer to Kentucky. Laurel Cave is the most visited of the non-commercial caves in the park, but contains some of the most interesting passages. Notes *The North Bay Centennials


Strauch Commander of Einsatzkommando 2 (Einsatzgruppen), anschliessend commander of two Nazi organizations, the Security Police ( German: Sicherheitspolizei), or SiPo, and the Security Service ( German: Sicherheitsdienst, or SD, first in Belarus (then called White Russia or White Ruthenia) and later in Belgium. In October 1944, he was transferred to the military branch of the SS (Waffen-SS). 19.312 Walter Vollmer SD (Sicherheitsdienst) during the war. KGB double agent in CIA-sponsored West German Gehlen Organization (Reinhard Gehlen#Gehlen Organization) 21889 Leopold von Mildenstein Head of SD (Sicherheitsdienst)'s Jewish Affairs Section (II 112), August 1934 to June 1936; promoter of co-operation between Nazi Party and Zionism Karl Silberbauer Vienna Gestapo;SD (Sicherheitsdienst) at the Hague; Arrested Anne Frank '''Paul Blobel''' (August 13, 1894 – June 8, 1951) was a German Nazi war criminal, an SS (Schutzstaffel)-Standartenführer (Colonel) and a member of the SD (Sicherheitsdienst). Born in the city of Potsdam, he participated in the First World War, where by all accounts he served well and was decorated with the Iron Cross first class. After the war, Blobel studied architecture and practiced this profession from 1924 until 1931, when upon losing his job, he joined the Nazi Party, the SA (Sturmabteilung) and the SS (he had joined all of these by 1 December 1931). Albert Bruce Matthews (Bruce Matthews (Canadian Army officer)) Aftermath In 1830 Albert had acquired a city palace in Berlin on Wilhelmstraße, then called ''Prinz-Albrecht-Palais''. An adjacent street off Wilhelmstraße laid out in 1891 was named ''Prinz-Albrecht-Straße''. After the Nazi ''Machtergreifung'' it became notorious as the seat of the Gestapo and the Reichsführer-SS. The ''Prinz-Albrecht-Palais'' itself from 1934 served as the headquarters of the SS Sicherheitsdienst under Reinhard Heydrich, from 1939 the Reichssicherheitshauptamt (RSHA). In 1944 the building was heavily damaged by air raids (Bombing of Berlin in World War II) and finally demolished in 1955. Since 1951 the street is named Niederkirchnerstraße, the area is now part of the Topography of Terror project. In 1940, Landau transferred to KdS SD (Sicherheitsdienst) in Radom governed by the General Government where he met typist Gertrude, to whom he later addressed his letters.

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