Minsk approach road.
German armoured vehicles Sd.Kfz.260. October 5th, 1943.
Generalkommissar for Belarus Wilhelm Kube at a graveyard.
Gauleiter is swearing an oath, 1941.
The Gauleiter’s apartment.
Kube and his wife are in the center.
An employee of General Commissariat.
A German officer with the ‘Europe’ hotel in the background.
Kube with Byelorussian young men.
In the middle there is Hinrich Lohse who participated in foundation of concentration camps and in 1948 was sentenced to just 10 years in prison; was released in 1951 for health reasons and died in 1964.
In the middle there is policeman Carl Zenner who in 1961 was sentenced to 15 years in prison for killing 6000 jews of Minsk.
Curt von Gottberg took Cube’s position. He prefered killing non-Aryans to transporting them to Germany as work force.
He liked giving gifts to children (like these wooden horses).
A concert for the new government.