Gottlob Berger (16 July 1896 – 5 January 1975) was a German Nazi official and war criminal. In 1939, he was Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler's main recruiting officer. From 1940, he was Chief of Staff for the Waffen-SS and head of SS main office (SS-Hauptamt). His highest rank during World War II was Obergruppenführer. After the war he was convicted of war crimes, he was released from prison in 1951 and joined a Neo-Nazi journal Nation Europa.
Gottlob Berger passed away in 1975.