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Wilhelm Boger

1906 - 1977

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Wilhelm Friedrich Boger (19 December 1906 – 3 April 1977) known as "The Tiger of Auschwitz" was a German police commissioner and concentration camp overseer. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Wilhelm Boger has received more than 237,037 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Wilhelm Boger is the 151st most popular extremist, the 2,795th most popular biography from Germany and the 17th most popular German Extremist.

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Among EXTREMISTS

Among extremists, Wilhelm Boger ranks 151 out of 283Before him are Tsutomu Miyazaki, Joseph Valachi, Belle Gunness, Viktor Bout, Patty Hearst, and Dinko Šakić. After him are Béla Kiss, Stefano Delle Chiaie, Marcus Fulvius Flaccus, John Adams, Cleveland Torso Murderer, and Dmitry Ilyich Ulyanov.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1906, Wilhelm Boger ranks 143Before him are Anton Karas, Paolo Stoppa, Jim Thompson, Princess Anne of Orléans, Edward Ochab, and Samad Vurgun. After him are Joan Hickson, Eraldo Monzeglio, Francis Hong Yong-ho, Sait Faik Abasıyanık, Artur Lundkvist, and Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen. Among people deceased in 1977, Wilhelm Boger ranks 104Before him are Ba Maw, Son Ngoc Thanh, Nathan Homer Knorr, Sergei Kruglov, Jim Thompson, and Alexander Tcherepnin. After him are Otto Deßloch, Carl Gustaf von Rosen, Ivan Fedyuninsky, Luigi Bertolini, Louis Beel, and Henri Langlois.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Wilhelm Boger ranks 2,795 out of 7,253Before him are Ferdinand Christian Baur (1792), Petra Kelly (1947), Jean Malaurie (1922), Duchess Charlotte Felicitas of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1671), Ralf Moeller (1959), and Bernhard II, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen (1800). After him are Johannes Schöner (1477), Princess Marie of Baden (1782), Johann von Staupitz (1465), Princess Luise Dorothea of Saxe-Meiningen (1710), August Immanuel Bekker (1785), and Sophie of Brandenburg (1568).

Among EXTREMISTS In Germany

Among extremists born in Germany, Wilhelm Boger ranks 17Before him are Fritz Honka (1935), Oskar Gröning (1921), Johann Rattenhuber (1897), Monika Ertl (1937), Therese Brandl (1902), and Eugen Weidmann (1908). After him are Heinrich XIII Prinz Reuss (1951), Brigitte Mohnhaupt (1949), Irmgard Möller (1947), and Ernst Zündel (1939).