Adolf Hitler visits Paris for a few hours on June 30, 1940. His escort include Albert Speer (right behind Hitler) and Nazi party chief Martin Bormann (to Hitler's left). The SS officer at the far right of the photo, presenting profile to the camera, is Himmler's chief-of-staff and SS Liaison Officer with Hitler, Karl Wolff.
Former German SS Generals Paul Hausser (left) and Kurt Meyer ("Panzer Meyer") chat during a two-day reunion of SS members in Karlsburg, Germany in July 1957. Meyer, who was imprisoned after the war for his involvement in the 1944 execution of about 20 Canadian prisoners of war in France, was courted by German politicians seeking his support, including Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
Reichsführer SS Heinrich Himmler visits Salzburg, Austria and inspects local SS volunteers who haven't worn the uniform yet. On Himmler's left is SS Gruppenfuhrer Karl Wolff, his chief of staff. Austria, as a purely "Germanic" country was considered a prime source for SS manpower.
SS-Obersturmbannführer (Lieutenant colonel) Erich Kempka (16 September 1910 – 24 January 1975) served as Adolf Hitler's chauffeur from 1934 to April, 1945. He was SS member #2,803 and served in the Allgemeine SS.