Police Major Eugen Seim (July 4, 1896, in Stuttgart – March 7, 1943, in Kiev) was a Nazi German officer during World War II, in charge of the Polizei-Battalion No. 83 of the German Schutzpolizei (or Schupo) involved in mass expulsions of some 18,000–20,000 ethnic Poles from the territory of Żywiec County in Silesia at the beginning of Nazi–Soviet occupation of Poland. Seim was born in Stuttgart and died on the Eastern Front in the Soviet Union at the age of 47. He is buried at the military cemetery in Kiev.

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  • Police Major Eugen Seim (July 4, 1896, in Stuttgart – March 7, 1943, in Kiev) was a Nazi German officer during World War II, in charge of the Polizei-Battalion No. 83 of the German Schutzpolizei (or Schupo) involved in mass expulsions of some 18,000–20,000 ethnic Poles from the territory of Żywiec County in Silesia at the beginning of Nazi–Soviet occupation of Poland. Seim was born in Stuttgart and died on the Eastern Front in the Soviet Union at the age of 47. He is buried at the military cemetery in Kiev. (en)
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  • Police Major Eugen Seim (July 4, 1896, in Stuttgart – March 7, 1943, in Kiev) was a Nazi German officer during World War II, in charge of the Polizei-Battalion No. 83 of the German Schutzpolizei (or Schupo) involved in mass expulsions of some 18,000–20,000 ethnic Poles from the territory of Żywiec County in Silesia at the beginning of Nazi–Soviet occupation of Poland. Seim was born in Stuttgart and died on the Eastern Front in the Soviet Union at the age of 47. He is buried at the military cemetery in Kiev. (en)
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  • Eugen Seim (en)
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