Martin Franz Julius Luther is born December 16, 1895. He is baptized April 6, 1896 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Germany. He is a son of Dedo Martin Luther and Paula.
Luther is an early member of the Nazi Party. He serves as an advisor to Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop, first in the Dienststelle Ribbentrop ("Ribbentrop Bureau"), and later in the Auswärtiges Amt ("Foreign Office") as a diplomat when von Ribbentrop replaces Konstantin von Neurath. He participates in the Wannsee Conference, at which the Final Solution is planned; it was the 1947 discovery of his copy of the minutes that first made the Allied powers aware that the conference had taken place and what its purpose was.
He dies May 13, 1945 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Germany.
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