Konrad Meyer with leading Nazis during an exhibit on structure and planning in the East on 20 March 1941 in Berlin. From left to right: Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess (1894–1987), "Reichsführer of the SS" and "Reich Commissar for the Strengthening of Germandom" Heinrich Himmler (1900–1945), NSDAP-Reichsleiter Philipp Bouhler (1899–1945), "Reich Minister for Armament and Munitions" Fritz Todt (1891–1942), SS-Gruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich (1904–1942) and the presenter Konrad Meyer.
The agronomist Konrad Meyer, as a Senior SS Leader and Division leader at the Main Staff Office under the "Reich Commissar for the Strengthening of Germandom" Heinrich Himmler, held chief responsibility for Nazi settlement policy and territorial planning in Eastern Europe. In this function, he was also the author of the Generalplan Ost ("general plan East").
Ausstellung Planung und Aufbau im Osten, black-and-white photograph, 1941, unknown photographer; source: German Federal Archive (Deutsches Bundesarchiv), Image 183-H27337; wikimedia commons http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bundesarchiv_Bild_183-B01718,_Ausstellung_%22Planung_und_Aufbau_im_Osten%22.jpg