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Erwin Schulz (27 November 1900, Berlin – 11 November 1981) was a German member of the Gestapo and the SS in Nazi Germany. He was the leader of Mission squad 5 (Einsatzkommando 5), part of Einsatzgruppe C, which was attached to the Army Group South during the planned invasion of Soviet Union in 1941, and operated in the occupied territories of south-eastern Poland and Ukrainian SSR committing mass killings of civilian population, mostly of Jewish ethnicity, under the command of SS-brigadier general Otto Rasch.

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  • Erwin Schulz (27 November 1900, Berlin – 11 November 1981) was a German member of the Gestapo and the SS in Nazi Germany. He was the leader of Mission squad 5 (Einsatzkommando 5), part of Einsatzgruppe C, which was attached to the Army Group South during the planned invasion of Soviet Union in 1941, and operated in the occupied territories of south-eastern Poland and Ukrainian SSR committing mass killings of civilian population, mostly of Jewish ethnicity, under the command of SS-brigadier general Otto Rasch.
  • Erwin Schulz (27 November 1900, Berlin – 11 November 1981, Bremen) was a German member of the Gestapo and the SS in Nazi Germany. He was the leader of Mission squad 5 (Einsatzkommando 5), part of Einsatzgruppe C, which was attached to the Army Group South during the planned invasion of Soviet Union in 1941, and operated in the occupied territories of south-eastern Poland and Ukrainian SSR committing mass killings of civilian population, mostly of Jewish ethnicity, under the command of SS-brigadier general Otto Rasch.
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  • Erwin Schulz (27 November 1900, Berlin – 11 November 1981) was a German member of the Gestapo and the SS in Nazi Germany. He was the leader of Mission squad 5 (Einsatzkommando 5), part of Einsatzgruppe C, which was attached to the Army Group South during the planned invasion of Soviet Union in 1941, and operated in the occupied territories of south-eastern Poland and Ukrainian SSR committing mass killings of civilian population, mostly of Jewish ethnicity, under the command of SS-brigadier general Otto Rasch.
  • Erwin Schulz (27 November 1900, Berlin – 11 November 1981, Bremen) was a German member of the Gestapo and the SS in Nazi Germany. He was the leader of Mission squad 5 (Einsatzkommando 5), part of Einsatzgruppe C, which was attached to the Army Group South during the planned invasion of Soviet Union in 1941, and operated in the occupied territories of south-eastern Poland and Ukrainian SSR committing mass killings of civilian population, mostly of Jewish ethnicity, under the command of SS-brigadier general Otto Rasch.
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