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Ernst Friedrich Christoph "Fritz" Sauckel (27 October 1894 – 16 October 1946) was a Nazi war criminal, who organized the systematic enslavement of millions from lands occupied by Nazi Germany. He was General Plenipotentiary for Labour Deployment from 1942 until the end of the war, after which he was tried and executed.

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Adolf Hitler welcomes trainees of the Wilhelm Gustloff Foundation at the ‘Gautag’ (District Day) of the Gau Thuringia in Weimar; following, to his left: the Gauleiter of Thuringia, Fritz Sauckel - 1938

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Adolf Hitler welcomes trainees of the Wilhelm Gustloff Foundation at the ‘Gautag’ (District Day) of the Gau Thuringia in Weimar; following, to his left: the Gauleiter of Thuringia, Fritz Sauckel - 1938

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Reichsstatthalter von Thuringia, Gauleiter (Governor) von Thuringia und Generalbevollmächtigter für den Arbeitseinsatz im Reich Fritz Sauckel

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Fritz Sauckel (1894-1946) The "Plenipotentiary General for the Allocation of Labor," Sauckel was in charge of the slave labor program. He admitted of the millions of foreign workers sent to the Reich (by 1944, 7.5. million), not even 200,000 came as volunteers. He denied all responsibility for the ill-treatment they suffered. Found guilty by the IMT, he went to the gallows on the night of October 15-16, 1946.

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Avalanche PressAn evil nebbish. "I did everything possible to treat (the foreign slave laborers) well." Fritz Sauckel, organized the mass transportation of foreign workers. Russians and other citizens of the Soviet Union formed the largest group (2.8 million), f French (1 million), Italian (especially after 1943, 600,000), Dutch (500,000), Poles (300,000) and British (200,000), with about 1.5 million from the rest of occupied Europe.