(1902-1953) Early Nazi Party member and lawyer, who was State Secretary of the Reich Interior Ministry and named final Minister in Adolf Hitler's final Political Testament. He was part of policy development and implementation for a wide range of Nazi occupations of other countries.  As State Secretary, he reported to Ministers Wilhelm Frick and Heinrich Himmler.
He had been a coauthor of the Nuremberg Laws, with Hans Globke. When he attended the Wannsee Conference, he objected to the extermination policy, saying that sterilization was more consistent with those Laws.
Stuckart was a member of the General Council of the Four Year Plan.