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Of:Het arriveren van Seyss Inquart met een duikboot in Den Haag waarna hij is gearresteerd.
Of:Before Hitler committed suicide in April 1945, he named a new government headed by Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz in his last will and testament, in which Seyss-Inquart replaced Joachim von Ribbentrop, who had long since fallen out of favour, as Foreign Minister. It was a tribute to the high regard Hitler felt for his Austrian comrade, at a time when he was rapidly disowning or being abandoned by so many of the other key lieutenants of the Third Reich. Unsurprisingly, at such a late stage in the war, Seyss-Inquart failed to achieve anything in his new office.
He remained in his posts until 7 May 1945, when, after a meeting with Dönitz to confirm his blocking of the scorched earth orders, he was arrested on the Elbe Bridge at Hamburg by two members of the Royal Welch Fusiliers, one of whom was Norman Miller (birth name: Norbert Mueller).
Bron: Wikipedia en The Flash (A Fortnightly Edition Published by The Royal Welch Fusiliers)
De afbeeldingen welke van toepassing zijn (beide Hengelo/Delden):8 May 1945. Arthur Seyss-Inquart, Reichskommisar of the Netherlands, (centre of photograph) was placed under arrest by Canadian officers and escorted from the airport at Hengelo, Netherlands to First Canadian Army headquarters on May 8, 1945.