Academy for German Law
The Academy for German Law (German: Akademie für deutsches Recht) was an institute founded in 1933 in Nazi Germany on the initiative of Hans Frank. After 11 July 1934, it was a public corporation of the Reich. It was financed largely by business donations. The academy's members were prominent representatives of politics, business and academia, including Hermann Göring, Joseph Goebbels, Carl Bosch, Friedrich Flick, Carl Schmitt, and Hans Carl Nipperdey; its presidents were Hans Frank (1933—1943) and Otto Georg Thierack (1942—1945).
Academy for German Law
The Academy for German Law (German: Akademie für deutsches Recht) was an institute founded in 1933 in Nazi Germany on the initiative of Hans Frank. After 11 July 1934, it was a public corporation of the Reich. It was financed largely by business donations. The academy's members were prominent representatives of politics, business and academia, including Hermann Göring, Joseph Goebbels, Carl Bosch, Friedrich Flick, Carl Schmitt, and Hans Carl Nipperdey; its presidents were Hans Frank (1933—1943) and Otto Georg Thierack (1942—1945).