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
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)
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.