Wilhelm Frick

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Wilhelm Frick
Frick at the Nuremberg Trials, 1946
Reich Minister of the Interior
Nazi Germany
In office
30 January 1933 – 20 August 1943
President Paul von Hindenburg (1933–1934)
Adolf Hitler
Führer
(1934–1943)
Chancellor Adolf Hitler
Preceded by Franz Bracht
Succeeded by Heinrich Himmler
Protector of Bohemia and Moravia
In office
24 August 1943 – 4 May 1945
Appointed by Adolf Hitler
Preceded by Konstantin von Neurath (titular)
Kurt Daluege (de facto)
Succeeded by Office abolished
Personal details
Born 12 March 1877(1877-03-12)
Alsenz, Bavaria,
German Empire
Died 16 October 1946(1946-10-16) (aged 69)
Nuremberg,
Allied-occupied Germany
Nationality German
Political party Nazi Party (NSDAP)
Spouse(s) Elisabetha Emilie Nagel (married 1910, divorced 1934), Margarete Schultze-Naumburg (married 1934)
Children 5
Alma mater University of Munich
University of Göttingen
University of Berlin
University of Heidelberg
Occupation Attorney
Religion Protestant [1]

\Wilhelm Frick (12 March 1877 in Alsenz - 16 October 1946 in Nuremberg) was a well known Nazi official. He was between 1933 and 1943 a minister of the Third Reich. After the end of World War II, he was executed for war crimes.