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Christian Mahler was a Communist Party activist who resisted Naziism and spent most of the Hitler period in forced custody. After 1945 he became a party functionary in the German Democratic Republic and then an increasingly senior Police officer. He concluded his career as the first director of the Sachsenhausen National Memorial.

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  • Christian Mahler was a Communist Party activist who resisted Naziism and spent most of the Hitler period in forced custody. After 1945 he became a party functionary in the German Democratic Republic and then an increasingly senior Police officer. He concluded his career as the first director of the Sachsenhausen National Memorial.
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  • Kurt Hermann Ernst Paul Krüger
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