[ US /ˈhɪmɫɝ/ ]
  1. German Nazi who was chief of the SS and the Gestapo and who oversaw the genocide of six million Jews (1900-1945)
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How To Use Himmler In A Sentence

  • It also runs counter to the evidence of the nature of the relationship between Hitler and Himmler, who does not appear to have been a man likely to have practised a deception of this kind on his Fuhrer.
  • For thine is the Himmler, the Goebbels and the Goering Archive 2009-02-01
  • Here he rubbed shoulders with the future leaders of the Third Reich, including Heinrich Himmler, then an agronomy student active in the fraternities, a breeding ground for the budding ­student nationalist movement. Life and style | guardian.co.uk
  • In addition, in a bid to use them to undermine British rule in the Middle East, Himmler drafted the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem to oversee these divisions' religious practices.
  • Just as it's not that difficult to situate novae, errata and chimerae in textual specifics ( "The door dilated," "President Himmler sat in the Oval Office," "The crescent sun was high, the moon low,") pataphysical quirks are not so hard to pin down, I think, as it may at first seem. Notes on Strange Fiction: The Pataphysical Quirk
  • The last story she would want circulating is one that makes her sound like Nazi film directrix Leni Riefenstahl brainstorming with Himmler and Goebbels over the specs for the Master Race's next generation. Jodie Foster's Eugenics Obsession
  • Himmler's irresolution and vacillation was also his enemy.
  • Himmler modeled not only these outward symbols but also the hierarchic structure of SS leadership itself after the pattern of the orders blessed by the Holy Roman Emperors. HITLER’S HOLY RELICS
  • To Hitler , who had never doubted Himmler's absolute loyalty, this was the heaviest blow of all.
  • Visiting the abbey church in the Harz mountain town of Quedlinburg, he notes that it was deconsecrated in the 1930s by Heinrich Himmler and turned into a shrine to the SS. Teutonic Temptations
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