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Reichsleiter (National Leader, Reich meaning National, -leiter meaning leader), was the second highest political rank of the NSDAP next only to the office of Führer. Reichsleiter also served as a paramilitary rank for the Nazi Party and was the highest position attainable in any Nazi-Organisation.
The Reichsleiter reported directly to Adolf Hitler, at whose orders they would fulfill tasks in the entire area assigned to them. The Reichsleiters formed part of the Reichsleitung of the NSDAP which had its seat at first in the so-called "Brown House" in Munich.
List of Reichsleiters
This is the list of Reichsleiter of the NSDAP set forth in the National Socialist Yearbook:
- Max Amann, Reichsleiter for the Press.
- Martin Bormann, Chief of the Party Chancellery.
- Philipp Bouhler, Chief of the Chancellery of the Führer of the NSDAP.
- Walter Buch, Chief of the Oberstes Parteigericht.
- Ricardo Walther Oscar Darré, Reichsminister
- Otto Dietrich, Reich Press Chief of the NSDAP.
- Franz Ritter von Epp, Chief of the Kolonialpolitischen Amtes.
- Karl Fiehler, Chief of the main office for Municipal Politics.
- Hans Frank, Reichminister
- Dr. Wilhelm Frick, Leader of the National Socialist "faction" in the Reichstag.
- Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels, Reich Propaganda Leader of the NSDAP.
- Konstantin Hierl, Leader of the Reich Labor.
- Heinrich Himmler, Reichsführer-SS and Chief of the German Police.
- Dr. Robert Ley, Reich Organization Leader of the NSDAP.
- Viktor Lutze, Chief of Staff of the SA.
- Alfred Rosenberg, Representative of the Führer
- Baldur von Schirach, Reich Leader for the Education of Youth of the NSDAP.
- Franz Xaver Schwarz, Reich Treasurer of the NSDAP
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