Julius Schaub ( Munich , Germany , 20 of August of 1898 – ibid , 27 of December of 1967 ) was a pharmacist , a member of the Nazi Party and adjutant of Adolf Hitler from the earliest days of Nazism .
Schaub, born in Munich , 1 attended a military field hospital during World War I and later in the Central Department of Supply in Bavaria . In 1920, is affiliated to the Nazi party with the number of ficha 81, and also to the Sturmabteilung (SA) or ” Brown shirts”. Attend the historic march of Coburg , October 14, 1922 . It participates in the failed coup d’etat of Hitler the 9 of November of 1923 , being arrested and sent to the fortress of Landsberg. In 1925 , self – employed until Hitler calls and is your personal assistant entering the SS , with the number of tab 7. 2 Accompanies since Hitler throughout his career. He later became a member of the Reichstag , representing Oberbayern-Schwaben.
At the end of the war, he was sent to the Berghof in Berchtesgaden and Munich to destroy all the private documentation of the dictator. Arrested at the end of the war, he was released in 1949 , exempted from the charge of complicity in any crime committed in the Third Reich . He later worked as a pharmacist in Munich until his death.
Promotions of the SS
- SS- Obergruppenführer ( Lieutenant General ), June 21, 1943.
- SS- Gruppenführer ( Division General ), January 30, 1938.
- SS- Brigadeführer ( Brigadier General ), January 1, 1935.
- SS- Oberführer (General), February 27, 1934.
- SS- Standartenführer ( Colonel ), March 1, 1933
- SS- Sturmbannführer ( Major ), January 30, 1933, of this rank ascended to Colonel.
- SS- Untersturmführer ( Second Lieutenant ), February 20, 1932, of this rank ascended to Major).
- Back to top↑ Charles Hamilton (1984). Leaders & Personalities of the Third Reich , R. James Bender Publishing, p. 168
- Back to top↑ Anton Joachimsthaler (1999). The Last Days of Hitler: The Legends, Evidence, and Truth , Brockhampton Press, p. 287