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Most Famous Nazis

Name the 24 most famous Nazis by number of Wikipedia languages. This quiz includes political and military Nazi officials as well as people who significantly and willingly supported the Nazi regime, but not mere Nazi sympathisers.
The labelling of some of these people as Nazis might be controversial and is only done for purposes of this quiz.
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Last updated: January 3, 2023
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Description
Lifespan
Death / Nuremberg
verdict
Person
Führer
1889–1945
suicide
Adolf Hitler
orator and Minister of Propaganda
1897–1945
suicide
Joseph Goebbels
Leader of the SS, Holocaust organiser
1900–1945
suicide in capture
Heinrich Himmler
field marshal known as the "Desert Fox"
1891–1944
forced suicide
Erwin Rommel
engineer who developed Nazi rockets
1912–1977
Wernher von Braun
influential Commander of the Luftwaffe
1893–1946
suicide in prison
Hermann Göring
companion, later wife of #1
1912–1945
suicide
Eva Braun
female director of Nazi propaganda films
1902–2003
Leni Riefenstahl
Minister of Foreign Affairs since 1938
1893–1946
death sentence
Joachim von Ribbentrop
Commander of the Navy, succeeded #1
1891–1980
10 years
Karl Dönitz
major Holocaust organiser, hid in Argentina
1906–1962
executed in Israel
Adolf Eichmann
Deputy Führer, imprisoned since 1941
1894–1987
lifelong
Rudolf Heß
officer who tried to assassinate #1
1907–1944
executed by Nazis
Claus von Stauffenberg
powerful head of the Party Chancellery
1900–1945
death sentence
Martin Bormann
main architect of the Holocaust
1904–1942
assassinated
Reinhard Heydrich
Minister of Armaments and War Production
1905–1981
20 years
Albert Speer
vice-chancellor 1933–34, then ambassador
1879–1969
acquitted
Franz von Papen
Auschwitz physician, "Angel of Death"
1911–1979
Josef Mengele
leader of the Command of the Wehrmacht
1882–1946
death sentence
Wilhelm Keitel
chief of Operations Staff of the Wehrmacht
1890–1946
death sentence
Alfred Jodl
commander of the SA, executed in a purge
1887–1934
executed by Nazis
Ernst Röhm
head of Party Office of Foreign Affairs a.o.t.
1893–1946
death sentence
Alfred Rosenberg
general, blitzkrieg & panzer division pioneer
1888–1954
Heinz Guderian
commander during the Battle of Stalingrad
1890–1957
Friedrich Paulus
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