Catalogue description Alfred NAUJOCKS, alias BONSEN: a member of the S.S. and later of the S.D. in the...

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Details of KV 2/280
Reference: KV 2/280
Description:

Alfred NAUJOCKS, alias BONSEN: a member of the S.S. and later of the S.D. in the nineteen-thirties, he was involved, at Heydrich's direction, in operations to liquidate opponents of the Nazi regime. He may have been involved in deception operations on the Polish border which aimed to suggest Polish incursions into Greman Territory in order to provide a pretext for the German invasion of Poland. He was second in command of the operation to capture Best and Stevens at Venlo, Netherlands, in 1939. During the war he was disgraced and sent to the Russian front. He was later reinstated and served in various European countries. He was assessed as a callous murderer and was thought by some to have been guilty of war crimes, particularly in Denmark.

Note: With 5 photographs.
Date: 1945 Jan 18-1945 Nov 10
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: PF 600485 VOL 2
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
Access conditions: Open on Transfer
Record opening date: 10 November 2000

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