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Q: Who was the Reich Minister for Armaments and Production from 1942 to 1945?
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When was War Production Board created?

War Production Board was created in 1942.

When was the first tiger tank made?

The first prototypes were made in June 1941-May 1942.Mass production of the tiger started in August 1942.The first Tigers were used in combat in September 1942.

What was Hideki Tojo's career goal?

Hideki Tojo's career goal was to be a general in the Imperial Japanese Army and become the 40th Prime Minister of Japan. He was in office from October 18, 1941 to July 22, 1944. During his term of prime minister he also served as Home Minister from 1941-1942, Foreign Minister in September 1942, Education Minister in 1943, and Commerce Minister in 1943. As the Home Minister Hideki had to approve various eugenics measures. As the Education Minister, he continued militaristic and nationalist indoctrination in the education system, and reaffirmed intolerant policies in government. As Commerce Minister, he had to regulate external trade and promoting economic growth. As Foreign Minister, he helped form the foreign policy of Japan. He was also the War Minister, so he controlled the armed forces in Japan.

What did the Roosevelt establish in 1942 to regulate the allocation of materials during ww11?

War Production Board

Who developed the final solution and why?

The attendees of the Wannsee Conference of 20 January 1942 drafted, adopted, and enacted the "Final Solution of the Jewish Question."The attendees, their titles, and the offices to which they were attached are listed below:SS-Obergruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich; Chief of the RSHA, Deputy Reich Protector of Bohemia and Moravia; SchutzstaffelDr. Josef Bühler; State Secretary; German GovernmentDr. Roland Freisler; State Secretary; Reich Ministry of JusticeSS-Gruppenführer Otto Hofmann; Head of the SS Race and Settlement Main Office; SchutzstaffelSS-Oberführer Dr. Gerhard Klopfer; Permanent Secretary; Nazi Party ChancelleryFriedrich Wilhelm Kritzinger; Permanent Secretary; Reich ChancellerySS-Sturmbannführer Dr. Rudolf Lange; Commander of the SiPo and the SD for the General District Latvia, Deputy of the Commander of the SiPo and the SD for the Reichskommissariat Ostland; SiPo and SD, RSHA, SchutzstaffelDr. Georg Leibbrandt; Reichsamtleiter; Reich Ministry for the Occupied Eastern TerritoriesMartin Luther; Under Secretary; Reich Foreign MinistryDr. Alfred Meyer; Gauleiter State Secretary and Deputy Reich Minister; Reich Ministry for the Occupied Eastern TerritoriesSS-Gruppenführer Heinrich Müller; Chief of Amt IV (Gestapo); Reich Main Security Office (RSHA), SchutzstaffelErich Neumann; State Secretary; Office of the Plenipotentiary for the Four Year PlanSS-Oberführer Dr. Karl Eberhard Schöngarth; Commander of the SiPo and the SD in the General Government; SiPo and SD, RSHA, SchutzstaffelDr. Wilhelm Stuckart; State Secretary; Reich Interior MinistrySS-Obersturmbannführer Adolf Eichmann; Head of Referat IV B4 of the Gestapo Recording Secretary: Gestapo, RSHA, Schutzstaffel*Translations (literal in most cases):Obergruppenführer - Upper-Group-Guide, the highest SS paramilitary rankGruppenführer- Group Guide, paramilitary rank of the SS subordinate to Obergruppenführer.Obersturmbannführer - Senior Storm Unit Leader, equivalent to a Lietenant Colonel of the German army.Sturmbannführer - Storm Unit Leader, paramilitary rank of the Nazi party, equivalent to a Major.Schutzstaffel - Protection Squadron (known as the SS)Reich Chancellery - the office of the Chancellor of Germany (Adolf Hitler's office).SiPo (Sicherheitspolizei) - security police, the state political and criminal investigation security agencies.Reichskommissariat Ostland - National Department of the Eastern LandsRSHA (Reichssicherheitshauptamt) - Reich Main Security Office, organization lead by Heinrich Himmler in his capacities as Chief of German Police (Chef der Deutschen Polizei) and Reichsführer-SS.Reichsamtleiter - Office managerGauleiter - party leader of a regional branch of the Nazi Party.

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