Fate of nazis, III.

I’ve posted four pages on “the fate of Nazis.” I’ve been able to find list after list of Nazis who escaped from Justice, or experienced very little of it after the war. Many of the documents copied below are from De.wikipedia. Sorry for imperfect google translations. The point is too show how the Federal Republic Of Germany (W. Germany) allowed Nazis to flourish.

https://paolosilv.wordpress.com/2011/09/10/more-nazis-euthanasia/
I’ve added more names, Dec. 7, 2011. I also updated most recent pages, Fate of Nazis One through 4.
I’ve also found more info on the “Naumann Circle” added to the “Eichmann’s Men” page.
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Otto Somann (mentioned below)
d. 1956.

Henry Lothar Schmidt (* October 2 1912 in Chemnitz ) was a German SS First Lieutenant , and as Head of the Criminal Commissioner IV 4 (formerly IIB) of the State Police office in Dresden the Gestapo. Found. Life Imprisonment, 1987

Wilhelm Zöpf (n. el 11 de marzo de 1908). Tried, 10 years.

Deloncle, d. 1944

NAZIS:
Richard Rokita, d 1967-8, while on trial.
Janowska conc. camp. Victims were mainly sent to Belzec.

Ludwig Hermann Karl Hahn (born January 23 1908 in Eitzen ( Uelzen ); † November 10 1986 ) Died in prison in Germany. Warsaw Ghetto destruction.

Karl Friedrich Brunner (* July 26 1900 in Passau , † December 7 1980 ) was a German jurist, SS brigade leader (1942) and Major General of Police (1942) and SS and Police Leader in Salzburg and Bolzano . nd

http://forum.axishistory.com/v­iewtopic.php?t=120340
Photos of Arab volunteers (and a few Negroes) in German-led units

The Baron Otto Gustav von Wächter (born July 8, 1901 in Vienna, died August 14 or September 10, 1949, in Rome, Italy), After the war, Wächter found refuge in Rome under the protection of Austrian Bishop Alois Hudal, rector of the Teutonic College of Santa Maria dell’Anima. He lived “as a monk in a Roman monastery”[14], under the false name of Otto Reinhardt, until his death in 1949, thus escaping the Nuremberg Trial, where some of his already documented criminal practices were referred to in his absence[15]. He died in a Roman hospital “in the arms” of Bishop Hudal[16].

SS-Sturmbannführer Fritz Schmidt d 1943, Willi Berg, Rolf Richter, and Heinrich Josef Reiser

Friedrich Karl Dermietzel (* February 7 1899 at Lunow ; † July 7 1981 ) was SS brigade commander , Major General of the Waffen-SS and doctor .

Carl-Theodor Schütz (* April 11, 1907 in Mayen; died 26 March 1985 in Cologne), also: Karl-Theodor Schütz, a German lawyer, criminal Council, head of unit at the Office of State police was trier (Stapo), head of Department at the security police (Kappler) and the SD in Rome, head of the subdivision representative (UV) Rhein-Ruhr in the organisation Gehlen (OG) and head of Department in the German Federal Intelligence Service (BND).

Afterwards, he led the Counterintelligence unit until June 1939 the Stapo Trier. Then he came to Ottweiler to the Commissariat border security as department head of counterintelligence. The German attack on Poland he took part as a member of Einsatzkommando 2 of Einsatzgruppen (Einsatzkommando 2/IV) IV commanded by Walter Hammer (Einsatzkommando 2/IV) and Lothar Beutel (Einsatzgruppe IV) in September 1939. The Einsatzgruppen killed people in Poland in the context of a Geheimbefehls of Adolf Hitler’s 60,000 to 80,000. In May 1940, Schütz attended the I colonial course in Berlin.[3]

He was war effort in the Ukraine and Italy [edit] after a stay in Tivoli from November 1940 to May 1941 on the there Italian colonial school in February 1942 to the Reich main Security Office (RSHA) in AMT VI in Berlin. From August 1942 to October 1942 he was sent to the eastern front after Woroschilowsk in the Ukraine. Then, he received a command near the Stapo trier again from October 1942 to September 1943 in the context of counterintelligence. When the SS Brigadeführer Wilhelm Harster in Bolzano, he should assume a task for Naples in September 1943. As is there front deepened, he came on 21 September 1943 to Rome as head of the areas IV and V of the Kappler and the SD to the higher SS and police leader in Italy, Herbert Kappler.

The massacre in the Ardeatine caves on 24 March 1944 commanded Schütz the firing commands.[4] Higher together with other officers of the SS, including Kappler, Karl Hass (d 2004), Hans Clemens, and Erich Priebke, Schütz was the first commands and straightened out by hand the first victims.[5] Priebke described Schütz in his criminal trial in 1996 as the main perpetrator of the massacre, which could relieve him.[6] So Schütz have threatened the riflemen with the death, they should refuse to execute the hostages. Who would not shoot should equate to in addition to that to eventually. However, not only Schütz himself did not confirm this statement, but also the only SD members refused at first to take part in the shooting, not confirmed the death threat. In addition, Kappler admitted later the “Befehlsnotstand” had been “created” process tactics reasons.[7]

In July 1944, Schütz took over tasks of the Kappler and the SD in Forlì. In November 1944, as Commander and crime Council he should take over tasks of the Kappler and the SD in Meran and Bozen, which however has been hampered by a heart disease.[3]

Captivity and admission to the organisation Gehlen [edit] after the end of front battles end April 1945 fled Schütz of the Alps and fell into the camp of the army at Fürstenfeldbruck until July 1945. Then he appeared under the name Hans-Karl Schäringer and worked as a labourer and insurance agents. From March 1950, he took up again his true identity and came to Cologne, where he worked as a clerk. There, he met the informer with the ID 2665 the floor Schütz knew from his wartime Italy.[8] On 18 May 1952, it came to a meeting with John Clemens (from the cited sources is clear not whether Clemens 2665 worked under the number at the floor). Clemens was announced by him that the floor for the Abwehrdienst would look for professionals. Schütz immediately agreed to operate again in its old field of counterintelligence. On 1 July 1952, he was hired by the floor and took over the management of the UV Rhein-Ruhr based in Düsseldorf.[9] According to other sources was the branch in Essen.[2] Relating to the founding negotiations of the Federal Intelligence Service, Konrad Adenauer asked in August 1952 on the former Ministerialdirgenten Hans Globke the personnel file and any other records of Schütz, which was however rejected by Reinhard Gehlen on the ground, would these documents be held by the British in London…

Head of an under representation of the floor and service in the BND [edit] assumed the leadership of the UV Schütz in the year 1953 2976 for Württemberg, which was based in the Werastraße of 68 in Stuttgart. Now, on the floor, he had the nickname blade wood. In October 1954, the CIA received information that Heinz Felfe and Schütz would be a security risk on the floor.[10] This information identifiable consequences however, had neither Felfe nor Schütz. Since he was acquired by the BND in 1956 and came to Cologne as head of Department codenamed shear wood. He received good reviews, so from General Erich Brandenburg and Lieutenant Colonel Oskar Reile (former member of Abwehr) in that position.

Termination in the BND [edit] so he was surprised when he received the news on 27 November 1963, where he was asked about his activities during the NAZI regime several hours to Pullach. You accused him of having concealed his service in the Gestapo and the Einsatzkommando in Poland. He disagreed and stated to have called all these activities at Felfe and the head of the General Agency L (GV-L) OG Alfred Benzinger in Karlsruhe. Ludwig Albert had created in 1952, the head of the GM in Darmstadt his data of the service career in the NAZI regime, which was exposed in 1955 as an agent of the KGB. Obviously he accepted by his acquaintance with Felfe and Clemens not been considered more than portable for the BND. The task of the 85 OU, he had no knowledge. The meeting ended that he was presented his resignation to the 30 June 1964.[11]

Against his resignation unjustified according to he moved before the Labour Court of Munich. In a comparison of 30 January 1967, his employment relationship should end on 30 November 1966, where he was still a compensation of 70 000 DM. Because but receiving no salary in the meantime two years, he had to sell his home because he had more no cash.

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Alfred Benzinger

August Moritz
the death sentence (in absentia)
(born.11.2.1913.hannover ; ss.obersturmfuhrer)

Heinz Paul Johann Felfe (March 18, 1918 – May 8, 2008) was a German national who was a former SS Obersturmführer (First Lieutenant), who worked for the Bundesnachrichtendienst (The Bundesnachrichtendienst (Federal Intelligence Service, BND) is the foreign intelligence agency of the modern German government, under the control of the Chancellor’s Office), after the Second World War and who became a spy for the Soviet Union.

Felfe joined the Sicherheitsdienst (The Sicherheitsdienst (SD, Security Service) was primarily the intelligence service of the SS and the Nazi Party in Nazi Germany), of the SS in 1943, during which he was stationed in Switzerland and the Netherlands. He was captured by the British Army in 1945. After the war he provided intelligence to the British, but they released him suspecting he was a Soviet mole. In 1951 he joined the Gehlen Organization, quickly rising through the ranks. This was for his high rate of uncovering Soviet spies, while he was a Soviet double-spy himself. Consequently, he became head of department of Soviet counterespionage of German BND.

Felfe was arrested on spying charges on November 6, 1961, and put on trial in 1963. He was given a 14-year sentence, but was released in 1969 in exchange for three West German students who were convicted in the Soviet Union for spying: Walter Naumann, Peter Sonntag and Volker Schaffhausen.[1][2][3]

Johannes Max Clemens (* February 9, 1902 in Dresden; † 1976) – also: Hans Clemens – was a member of the security service of the SS (SD), the organisation Gehlen (OG), the Federal Intelligence Service (BND) and employee in the Soviet intelligence service (ND), the later KGB.In 1933, he was after the NAZI takeover as SS Scharführer of a member of the SD, wherein the news organization of the Nazi party went on (in his CV he stated the year 1934 for work in the SD). In the years 1936 to 1937 he assumed the position of the head of the SD main branch Dresden as SS-Untersturmführer. In this position, he met the lawyer
*Erwin Tiebel (b 1903_)as head of the SD Branch Office. *Radeberg subordinate to him. He knew Heinz Felfe from that time, it was reassigned during his training period to the SD lead section of Dresden.

With the head of Department II/N of the State police control centre Dresden, * Arno Weser, led Clemens when Klemperer in his apartment on 11 June 1942, raided, several times suggested the book by Alfred Rosenberg, myth of the twentieth century on the head in the Clemens Klemperer and reviled him with “Jewish swine”.
Nazis Clemens, Weser and Heinrich Schmidt (mentioned above).

Reich Security main office and massacre in Rome [edit] 1942 was Clemens promoted to SS-Hauptsturmführer and in the Central Reich Security Office (RSHA) in the VI district in the Division section B 3, responsible for the Switzerland. Felfe came in August 1943 in the same Division, where he met Tiebel. Clemens had rescheduled Tiebel in the autumn of 1943 from Dresden in the RSHA, where he ran in his service as an SS Oberscharführer. Clemens then moved to the B-1 unit that was responsible for Italy.

Against end of 1943, the sending to the Commander of the SD in Rome, where SS – Obersturmbannführer Herbert Kappler took over the service was for Clemens. On 23 March 1944 an assassination attempt on the 11th was executed in Rome company of a police battalion from Bolzano, with 22 policemen and 8 people have been killed immediately. Clemens and SS-Sturmbannführer *Borante Domizlaff were with the search of the houses in the area of charged via Rasella.

On 24 March 1944 caves was (Italian) under the command of Kappler in the Ardeatinischen (Fosse Ardeatine) 335 hostages shot what Clemens took part. Clemens was the first one, which by hand were directed towards the first twelve victims together with other higher Ofizieren of the SS, including *Kappler, Karl Hass, *Carl Theodor Schütz and Erich Priebke.[1] From 3 May to 20 July 1948, Clemens was with Kappler, *Borante Domizlaff, SS main Herr *Johannes Quapp Commander (b. 1914), SS Oberscharführer *Kurt contactors and SS Scharführer *Karl Wiedner before the Tribunale Militare di Roma accused.[2] Clemens was appointed to the command to the execution and was acquitted in July 1948.

In June 1944, Clemens as head of the intelligence service to the border command points was transferred to Como. The nickname “Tiger of Como” Clemens should have received from the stationed there SD members in a “Weinlaune”. By a Canadian entity, Clemens was taken prisoner on 28 April 1945 in Como and delivered 1946-1947 on the Italians. Clemens Tiebel and Felfe corresponded during his detention. In September 1949, Clemens returned to Germany.

Homecoming and Agententätigkeit [edit] his trip home took him directly to Rhön village where Felfe was staying. This reported in his memoirs that he met Konrad Adenauer there several times because they had the same walk. Clemens engaged a group of singers in a restaurant and passed with them at Adenauer House to the home of Felfe, to give him a serenade. Felfe had moved there with his sister.
Then he went to Lendringsen (Bergh calls the place “Lendringhausen”) continued in the sauerland region, where Tiebel worked as Managing Director of a construction company. Tiebel had offered Clemens to dwell with him.

James H. Critchfield claimed in his memoirs to the floor, that Clemens worked after his release from Allied custody for the British Intelligence Agency in the area of the Rhineland and the Ruhr area and in the spring of 1950, when the British announced that service. Critchfield specifies however no source for it. Trial of Tiebel, Clemens and Felfe. The trial of Felfe, Clemens and Tiebel began on 8 July 1963 before the 3. Strafsenat to the Bundesgerichtshof in Karlsruhe and was continued at 9, 10, 11., 12, 15, 16, 18 and July 19. Federal judge Kurt Weber chaired. Federal judges sitting in were Hans Faller, Hermann Hengsberger, Albert Schumacher and Heinz Wiefels.

Clemens reported readily about his past and his Agententätigkeiten in Germany. Pre-trial detention was fully recognised him. In the judgment of 23 July 1963, he was sentenced to ten years in jail. In 1968, he was released from prison for health reasons.

In a cabinet meeting of 10 July 1963, Secretary of State Hans Globke taught members of the Federal Cabinet on the espionage case against John Clemens, Heinz Felfe and Erwin Tiebel.
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Theodore Danneker, suicide

Between spring and summer of 1944, he organized the deportation of the Jewish population of Hungary in the Eichmann command. After the war he was interned in December 1945 by the United States Army and committed a few days later in the prison suicide.

Some info may be repeated in earlier pages.
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Friedrich Robert Bosshammer (* 20. Dezember 1906 in Opladen; † 17. Dezember 1972) war SS-Sturmbannführer und als Judenreferent in Italien einer der engsten Mitarbeiter Adolf Eichmanns.

End of April 1945 he defected with false papers as “Max Fritz Müller” by Austria and was in American captivity from which he was released again in August. Apart from the detention in Recklinghausen between January 1947 to April 1948 (which in 1948 was credited him in condemning as followers of category IV in the Denazification) he lived undisturbed in West Germany and could keep secret his activities as “Jewish officer”. In August 1952, he was admitted as a lawyer at the District Court and District Court in Wuppertal.

After 1963 the name Bosshammer had been found in a list of suggestions for the war merit cross, the central place of Ludwigsburg, began to determine. The public prosecutor’s Office in Dortmund identified further because of the deportations from Italy, as its making boss hammer. At the same time, preliminary proceedings against staff of the Reich Security main office ran in Berlin. Bosshammer was arrested on “Suspicion of accessory to the murder of at least 150,000 Jews” on 10 January 1968 and was in custody; the proceedings for his work in Northern Italy were linked to. The trial before the District Court of Berlin began on 16 November 1971 and was limited to the offence charge to have killed an undetermined number of Italian Jews, at least 3336 persons collectively.

Throughout the process, the accused showed no wrongdoing, still regret or shame [2]. He presented himself as a helpless tool within eidolic command structures without any knowledge of the murders and without their own subjects or even hatred. The prosecution however showed that Bosshammer was an ambitious offender with decision-making and freedom of action. Bosshammer to life imprisonment was sentenced on 11 April 1972. The verdict was not final because he died at the end of that year.

Helmut Knochen (* 14. März 1910 in Magdeburg; † 4. April 2003 in Offenbach am Main) Ways perjury he was accused in 1968 because he had testified before the regional court Offenburg as a witness that he knew nothing of the murder of Jews.[5]Knochen then otherwise proceeded and pushed for amnesia, as it the “painful events would have displaced”.[6] In the trial against modest count Von Korff [7], cos of Châlons-sur-Marne, was he in 1987 finally to an “unreachable evidence”, as he is four hours daily golf play, but could not be summoned as a witness for health reasons.[8] Also here it dealt with the question whether the commanders of the security police had known that the deportees in Auschwitz-Birkenau were gas-killed. Also Undersecretary Korff was acquitted due to lack of evidence.

Dr. Illers Heinrich, born 12/5/1908 in Braunschweig, d. 1986
SS-Hauptsturmf. und Vertreter des KdS Paris.During the German occupation of France , he was Deputy Commander of the Sicherheitspolizei und des SD Paris, where he led the Department responsible for tamper defense and combat IV as SS-Hauptsturmführer[2] . Commander was the SS – Obersturmbannführer Kurt Lischka. Illers was involved in the preparation of executions of hostages and the recent Francedeportation of 1,600 people on 18 August 1944.

After World War II, Illers was President of the Senate of the State social Court of Lower Saxony in Celleuntil his retirement in September 1972. He lived thereafter as President of the Senate a. D. in Krummhörn. In contrast to his former superior Lischka, who was sentenced to ten years in prison in 1980, Illers remained **unaffected for the rest of his life. To his work as a SS leader, he expressed himself 1972 journalists to: from a share of the responsibility I can not speak. In: der Spiegel. No. 43, 1972, p. 110 (online).

Modest Alfred Leonhard Graf von Korff
Born 1909
SS-Hauptsturmführer.
KdS in Chalons-sur Marne.
SS-Sturmbannführer
Stood trial in the mid eighthies but was aquitted on 17-11-1988

After the end of World War II, Modest was arrested count of Korff in the uniform of a Lieutenant of the Wehrmacht by American forces in Carinthia and the French military authorities extradited to two-year detention time. In 1947 the was put on trial in Metz him, in which, however only attacks against the French resistance to the last created him. The process ended with an acquittal. Back in Germany, Von Korff first became employees of the Federal Ministry for Affairs of the Federal Council, later he became Ministerialrat in the Federal Economics Ministry until he retired in 1974.[1]

Acquittal for lack of evidence in the year 1988 was accused by Korff in Bonn as a NAZI killing criminal (desk Crime Act complex). Object of the proceedings was his participation in the deportation of Jews from the area of the SIPO outstation Châlons-sur-Marne by order their arrest and transfer to the detention camp Drancy, where they spent at the Auschwitz concentration camp.

Von Korff had – allegedly sent in the belief that it was for the deportation trains use to road works – also old, seriously ill, children and infants. The Prosecutor as evidence that he had to have known the true aim of the destruction in Auschwitz, had appreciated it. Also in this trial (document LG Bonn 881117) [2] was *acquitted Korff. The Court considers it, failed to provide the necessary gerichtsverwertbaren evidence for a Mittäter-or Beihilfenschaft of the Holocaust. The sentencing led to expressions of dissatisfaction by Jews from Paris as well as relatives of victims deported by Graf von Korff of France to Auschwitz and there had been gassed. After revision of the public prosecutor’s Office the acquittal was confirmed on 30 November 1990 by the German Federal Supreme Court (reference number 2StR44/90).

Karl Albrecht Oberg (* 27. Januar 1897 in Hamburg; † 3. Juni 1965 in Flensburg
On 20 April 1958, his death sentence reduced to life imprisonment and 1962 released Oberg.[3] After that he lived a stronghold of former Nazis and SS squad in Flensburg, Germany, at that time.[4][5]

Hans Sommer (* 1914 in Nortorf; d. unknown) of the security service of the SS (SD), employees of the organisation Gehlen (OG), and agent of the Ministry for State security (Stasi) of the GDR was as SS-Obersturmführer.He entered NS career [edit] at the age of sixteen in the Hitler youth to already in 1932 member of the SS and 1933 the Nazi party, to be. He was on from the fall of 1934 until the spring of 1935 the Reichsarbeitsdienst. From April 1935 to 1936, he was employed in an outside activity in SD section Kiel. The following two years he served in the army as a conscript.

He was speaker in the later SS-Oberführer *Otto Somann in SD subsection Liegnitz. When it moved to the SD upper section South East in Wroclaw, as summer succeeded him. While Czechoslovakia and the Sudetenland were occupied by the Wehrmacht in October 1938, he took part in the rank of a SS Superior Herr Guide. Later, he received the so-called Medal for it on the 1st October 1938. In early 1939 he had to serve in turn his service in the Wehrmacht, to then in the SD main office to be transferred. In the Reich Security main office (RSHA) he was transferred B (german-Italian sphere of influence in Europe, Africa and the Middle East) in the unit 2 in April 1940 to form the AMT VI (SD abroad) of the group, which was responsible for France.

Use in Paris [edit] when in the spring of 1940 the war on France emerged, he was on the Eko such b.v., which should take over tasks of the Gestapo and the SS in Paris in the Avenue Foch No. 72. As a befehlender officer bones Reinhard Heydrich had used the SS-Sturmbannführer Helmut Knochen in Paris. The command was itself the representative of the Chief of the Sicherheitspolizei und des SD in France and Belgium, SS-Brigadeführer Max Thomas d. 1945. Thomas was the General Otto von Stülpnagel d. 1948., the military commander for the occupied northern France.

In August 1940 it was decided in the RSHA to rename the Einsatzkommando as Office of the representative of the representative of the chiefs of the security police. Two years later in May 1942, a new designation of the service as Commander of the Sicherheitspolizei und des SD (Security Office) took place. In this unit was deployed and others along with the later SS-Hauptsturmführer Herbert Hagen, the SS Oberscharführer* Ernst Heinrichsohn, the later SS – Obersturmbannführer Kurt Lischka and the later SS-Obersturmführer *August Moritz in the summer.

…. In the Organization of combat, which had more than five hundred members, Sommer recruited several V men, had contacts with Arab nationalists in North Africa. Through these contacts summer wanted to establish an agent network in North Africa. This, he received support from SS-Brigadeführer Walter Schellenberg (d. 1952), who sent him two members of the Office VI in the RSHA to build the agent network.

In his later writing of my intentions and capabilities of the 14 August 1954, he described 93 people, including also these two V people sent by Schellenberg, the former Masonic Kurt R. and the father *Dr. Hermann Keller, who had acted as prior of the monastery of Beuron. Helmuth Groscurth (d/ 1943, resister) wrote in his diaries that Keller has worked for the defense of the Wehrmacht as well as for the SD. Summer reported that Keller was the best agent. Sommer claimed that good relations with the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, his contacts due to Amin al-Husayni Mohammed were. Also he wants to have had defence in the Spanish Embassy in Paris good relations with the head of espionage, so that agents of Spain could be transferred to North Africa assistance. Here, he brought his old friend from the Wroclaw’s service, *Otto Somann, on the floor. This in turn recruited the former SD leader Ernst Schwarzwäller. In August 1953, Sommer was released and was unemployed after brief employment in a watch shop.

Attacks on Paris synagogues [edit] in September 1941 *Deloncle had submitted a proposalto Knochen, to rouse public opinion and perform attacks on Paris synagogues for this purpose.[1] Is based on the “spontaneous” unrest as a result of the Kristallnacht of 1938.

Franz Abromeit (* August 8, 1907 in Tilsit; died death 30 June 1964) was a German SS leader and Jewish officer in the Eichmann section of the Reich Security main office (RSHA). Abromeit entered 1930 years in the NSDAP (No. 329.305) and the SS (No. 272.353). in 1937 he was SS-Untersturmführer, 1938 SS-Obersturmführer and 1940 SS-Hauptsturmführer. He was the forced resettlement – from Danzig and West Prussia from 1939 to 1941 in use as head of the SD special unit for the evacuation of Poland and Jews.

From 1942, he became Advisor to Jewish for Croatia – “Eichmann executioner in Croatia” [1] in the Jewish section (IVB4) of the RSHA with SS – Obersturmbannführer Adolf Eichmann. 5,500 Jews were deported and murdered most cases. in 1944 he was used for Hungary with Eichmann, Wisliceny, Dannecker, and Krumey, Theodor Bethcke, Seidl, Franz and Novak in the Eichmann command about comprehensive 150-200 men, to operate the deportation of Jews and others in the destruction and Auschwitz concentration camp. Abromeit was one of the closest trust people and staff of Eichmann. His 1945 managed to escape, where he was believed to be in Egypt. in 1964, he was declared as somewhere for dead.

Dieter Wisliceny, d. 1948
Alois Brunner , escaped to Syria
Siegfried Siedl, executed 1947

Alfred Slawik (* October 20, 1913 in Vienna; d. unknown) was a SS Oberscharführer (1943) and employees of the Central Office for Jewish emigration in Vienna, which was effectively placed under the Eichmann section in the Reich Security main office (RSHA). Slawik was involved in the deportation of Jews from Vienna, the Slovakia, Greece and Hungary in the extermination camps.

Slawik, was already before the connection of Austria to the German Reich SS and the Nazi party, banned at this time in Austria. From early in February 1939 he worked in the Central Office for Jewish emigration in Vienna, where he first performed guard and telephone service. In October 1939, he accompanied deportation transports of Jews to Nisko. After that, Slawik temporary custodian to the Central Office was affiliated Vienna retraining- camps Doppl and Sandhof.[1]

In the spring of 1942 was Slawik of a member of a command under Dieter Wisliceny in the Slovakia, which organized the deportation of the Jews in the extermination camps.[2] From the spring of 1943 Slawik was in the same capacity in Thessaloniki and from the autumn/winter 1943 in Athens also see Wisliceny of Member of deportation commands.[3] Slawik then heard yet from March to December, 1944 the Sonderkommando Eichmann in Budapest to. There he was involved in the deportation of Hungarian Jews to AUSCHWITZ.[4]

To end of April 1945, Slawik was together with Adolf Eichmann, Anton Burger, Otto Hunsche, Franz Novak and Richard Hartenberger in the Salzkammergut. Beginning of May 1945 hid them there unknown content – probably looted gold and other assets – boxes, and appeared under. Together with Novak and Hartenberger, Slawik fled to Braunau am Inn, where they worked as servants on an agricultural estate at burgkirchen-Mountain Churches- incognito.[5]

In mauerkirchen, Churchwalls, Slawik was arrested in 1946 and was imprisoned for a short time in the Glasenbach detention camp. He was delivered in March 1947 to the Austrian judiciary by the CIC. Due to mistreatment and his involvement in the deportations, Slawik was sentenced heavy Dungeon in asset foreclosure on 20 September 1949 to five years. By setting off the prison terms since September 1946, he was already laid off in May 1950 out of prison.[1] After that he worked as a magazine master in Vienna.[6] Nothing is known of his further life.

*Four years in custody for assisting Eichmann.
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SCHWARZWÄLLER, ERNST (1905–1977).Federal Intelligence Service and the DDR SSD Als der BND aus der OG am 1. As on the first floor of the BND April 1956 , was also taken Goering, who took over in 1958, the head of the department in Hamburg. Staatssicherheitsdienstes (SSD) der DDR arbeitete. At the end of 1957 he was visiting his old friend Ernst Schwarzwaller, former SS lieutenant and SD head offices in Pila, since 1954, as the Privy Hauptinformator (GHI) of the State Security Service (SSD) of the GDR worked. Schwarzwaller rejuvenated the old friendship with Goering once again and won his trust. In Göring’s absence could see Schwarzwaller secret documents of the BND and steal. These included among others information on the recruitment of Polish officers by the BND.

1959 had to settle Schwärzwäller in the GDR, because he was observed by the BND. The action was called Absetzmanöver Herrmann. Am 4. . April 1959 Goering visited Schwarzwaller again under a pretext in his private apartment in Hamburg. On this occasion, he stole all available records and a steel tape and drove it into the GDR. He left a letter in which he offered to return all documents Goering after a thorough discussion.

Theodor Bethcke, d 1945

Together with John Clemens and Heinz Felfe, Erwin Tiebel was on 6 November 1961 verhaftet und am 22. July 1963 by the Federal Court sentenced to three years in prison.
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Agency 114 was a Cold War-era clandestine front of the Bundesnachrichtendienst used for domestic counter-intelligence purposes which served as a main entrance for former Nazis.By this time it was headed by* Alfred Benzinger, a former sergeant of the secret Nazi military police Geheime Feldpolizei. Among the former Nazis who worked in the agency were Konrad Fiebig and Walter Kurreck.

Konrad Fiebig, who would later be charged with the murder of 11,000 Jews in Belarus, was one of these men. Another was Walter Kurreck from the SS death squad Einsatzgruppe D, who was responsible for tens of thousands of murders. Many of these men made statements attesting to one another’s trustworthiness, while glossing over their own pasts. A mission to commit murder with an SS unit, for example, might be euphemistically described as a “regular group deployment to the front.”

Former chief inspector *Georg Wilimzig also had blood on his hands. His 300-member squad, known as IV/2, murdered thousands of men, women and children following the German invasion of Poland in 1939.

After 1945, Clemens and Wilimzig both found themselves working for the same employer — the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), Germany’s foreign intelligence agency. Gehlen associated with it.SPD head Kurt Schumacher described the Gehlen Organization as “riddled” with former members of the murderous Sicherheitsdienst (SD), the SS’s intelligence agency, claiming they were “deliberately placed in low-ranking positions, to disguise them for the time being.

Reinhard Gehlen, head of the Org and later president of the BND, told the Bundestag’s Committee on European Defense on Dec. 11, 1953, that around 40 of his employees came from the SS and SD.

http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/0,1518,745640-2,00.html

West Germany could have hunted down Adolf Eichmann, the chief organizer of the Holocaust, as early as 1952, eight years before Israeli agents caught him in Buenos Aires, according to a newly released document that suggests postwar Germany was unready and unwilling to put him on trial.

http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/0,1518,738757,00.html

http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/0,1518,725248,00.html

The experts’ verdict is damning. “The diplomats were aware of the Jewish policy throughout,” they write, “and actively involved in it.” Cooperating in mass murder was “an area of activity” of ministry staff “everywhere in Europe.”

Fischer had commissioned the study in 2005 to settle a heated dispute in his ministry about the extent of its historical guilt. The results are unlikely to calm the controversy. Fischer was shocked by the findings. “It makes me feel sick,” he said.

The head of the commission, Eckart Conze, even described the Foreign Ministry as a “criminal organization” in an interview with SPIEGEL (to be published in English later this week). That was the term used at the Nuremberg Trials to describe the SS. Conze’s assessment amounts to a condemnation of Germany’s upper classes during the Nazi era. No other institution had so many members from illustrious families on its staff — the Weizsäckers, the Bismarcks, the Mackensens.

The historians’ findings about the ministry in the post-war West German era are also explosive. Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, who had the job of foreign minister from 1951 until 1955 during his tenure as West German leader, allowed former Nazis to remain on the ministry’s staff even though he was well aware of the roles they had played under Hitler. Diplomats with Nazi pasts were posted in Arab countries and Latin America where they were unlikely to encounter public criticism.

menitoned above:
Franz Nüsslein, who had been a diplomat in the West German Foreign Ministry. The text declined to mention that Nüsslein had been senior prosecutor in Prague during the war and had been partly responsible for hundreds of executions there.
Dead,2003. Participated in about 900 death sentences. In more than 100 cases he rejected a pardon and ordered the death penalty.

The Reich protector Reinhard Heydrich praised his “understanding of the need for” a “decisive fight” against “Enemies of the Reich”. Nüsslein was then promoted to the senior public prosecutor. From 1942 he worked in the capacity of the Deputy Attorney General in Prague and rose to become Attorney-General, thus highest prosecutor. As war criminals sentenced to 20 years in 1948, he took over after his extradition to Germany in the Foreign Ministry in 1955 and was employed in various units as speaker, until he eventually became head of the Central Department (policy, organization, public law).
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Walter Kurreck, born in 1911 in Salzburg, was one of the early employees of the SD. Already in November 1932, he joined the SD, worked under Werner best in the SD upper section South in Munich, then in 1936 for a short time in the SD main office in Berlin, then to become head of the SD in Munich. 1939 comb it to form the AMT VI and Kurreck connection guide was before being given the leadership of VI C/Z in the staff of the Einsatzgruppe D. 00.03.1943 became head of the unit VI C/Z(Zeppelin). After the war, he was only employees of the organisation Gehlen, then of the federal intelligence service.

[The text was published] …after the death of *Franz Krapf, West Germany’s ambassador to NATO under Genscher. He had been a member of the Nazi party and the SS. Dead 2004.

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Dietrich Klagges (German pronunciation: [ˈdiːtʁɪç ˈklaɡəs]) (1 February 1891 in Herringsen, now part of Bad Sassendorf – 12 November 1971 in Bad Harzburg) was a Nazi politician and from 1933 to 1945 the appointed premier (Ministerpräsident) of the now abolished state of Braunschweig.

Forced labour and concentration camps
Beginning on 21 January 1941, Klagges started having Braunschweig’s Jews deported to the concentration camps. In 1944, there were 91,000 forced labourers in the Watenstedt-Salzgitter, Braunschweig and Helmstedt area. This was far and away the highest density at labour camps anywhere in the Reich. Indeed, a great number of the people killed in the massive air raid on 15 October 1944 were forced labourers and camp inmates. When US troops occupied Braunschweig on 12 April 1945, there were still 61,000 prisoners in the camps.

He was freed in 1957 from prison. He had been given “life.”

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