Otto Ernst Remer (August 18th, 1912 - October 4th, 1997) was a Wehrmacht General during World War Two and the Godfather of Neo-Nazism and Holocaust denial in Germany after the war. He join the Nazi party in 1932 and fought in major battles during World War Two.
He is known for hunting down the July 20th Conspirators on Adolf Hitler's life. After the war, he outraged a post-World War Two Germany by joining German Neo-Nazi parties and being an outspoken Holocaust denier. He was the founder of the Socialist Reich Party, a neo-Nazi political party. The party was banned in 1952.
He was often exiled from Germany and spent time in Egypt, Syria, and Spain.
Interviewed for the 1970's documentary "The World at War" where he talked about his role in capturing the members of the July 20th coup and his denial of the Holocaust.
Otto Ernst Remer died an unrepentant Nazi in Marbella, Andalucia, Spain.