Kaltenbrunner is walking with Himmler at his left, and Joachim vonRibbentrop in SS General's Uniform is walking on Kaltenbrunner's right...
The SS Officer in the painting is Walter Darre' of the Blut und Boden...
Where was a hand grenade when needed...
"Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."
Hi Glen, thank you for your reply, I thought that was Ribbontrop, but he looks quite large thought he was a slim man!
Pic 2. Mhhh I didn't think of him.
I can't help myself from making a mental comparison to the banal, deflated, cowardly, servile, empty manifestations we see in the docks at Nuremberg facing more Justice than they ever gave anyone under their boot...
Without Hitler, without the uniform...they were nothing.
I think the officer you are enquiring about is Seyss-Inquart.
Seyss-Inquart wore rather prominent glasses...
If you look closely, you will see another man in black behind Ribbentrop, that's why he looks heavier!
Joachim von Ribbentrop is not in this picture...100% sure...This photo is taken in Salzburg and from the left is Friedrich Rainer, gauleiter Kärnten and Salzburg, next to him is Arthur Seyss-Inquart, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Heinrich Himmler and unknown officer.