Heinrich Himmler was the head of the SS from 1929 to his execut
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Heinrich Himmler, head of the SS until 1961.

ion in 1961. Himmler was appointed head of the SS in 1929, after rising through the ranks of the Nazi party.

After the arrival of the Zheronians in 1940, and the successful completion of Operation Sealion and Operation Barbarossa, Himmler was opposed to Reich co-operation with the aliens, on the principal that the "Master Race" should operate on its own without dependence on other powers. In 1959, Himmler's vision was partially realized with the construction of the Reichsraumschiff Reichsadler on the Venusian port of Ludendorff.

Over the decades, Himmler became more and more disgusted with Hitler's co-operation with the alien Zheronians. In conjunction with Arabian caliph Haj Amin al-Husseini, Himmler and the SS launched the SS coup of 1961, launching an invasion of Berlin, resulting in the month long Siege of Berlin. Ultimately, Himmler was captured on his flagship, the Reichsraumschiff Herrenvolk, by a team led by Otto Skorzeny. Himmler was then killed on the spot.