fate of nazis IV

Maksym Skorupsky (Maks) ( Ukrainian : Максим Скорупський, also known by his pseudonym Maks) (November 12, 1912 – December 11, 1985) was a Ukrainian military leader of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army . Died in Trenton, NJ.

Col Rudolf Pannier was wounded again on the 9 April 1945, but survived the war. Led the Ukrainians. He died on the 19 August 1978 in Hamburg .

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Gerhard Wischer, executed, nazi psychiatrist.

Alfred Fernholz (born November 7, 1904, Grünenthal in Herscheid, Westphalia – March 17, 1993, Karlsruhe) was a German psychiatrist. One of the organizers of the Nazi medical killings in Saxony was in the time of national socialism.

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aktion_Brandt: more on nazi euthanasia..

Dr Wilhelm Dopheide . Pulmonary specialist Born: 27/02/1901 Died: 14/10/1970

Joined the Nazi party: 1933 TB care doctor in Rostock County commissioner of the Race Policy Office Hagenow: 1936 In war, the medical officer in Krakow Medizinaldezernent in Lviv: 08.1941 Head of the Department of Health to the Governor of Galicia: 11.1941 – 08.1944 24.11.1941 euthanasia request from Herbert Linden for institution-Lviv-Kulparkov (go there “at about 1000 to 1200 the mentally ill, of whom 600 are Jews”). To July 1942 in Lviv starved exactly 1179 patients. 1945 – 1947 internment, then health department Hagen: source, Ernst Klee.

Herbert Linden In the report of the SS officer Kurt Gerstein is mentioned, that Herbert was Linden in August 1942 to the extermination camp in Belzec.[22] In which connection was Linden to the Aktion Reinhardt, is not known. From July 1942 to 1944 or 1945 was Linden of an honorary judge at the people’s Court. Linden was also staff of the racial policy Office of the NSDAP.[23] Suicide

Hitler approved this and authorized the creation of the Reich Committee for the Scientific Registering of Serious Hereditary and Congenital Illnesses (Reichsausschuss zur wissenschaftlichen Erfassung erb- und anlagebedingter schwerer Leiden), headed by Karl Brandt, his personal physician, and administered by Herbert Linden of the Interior Ministry and SSOberführer, Viktor Brack.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Action_T4

Previously, Linden on it, his underling urged one month to accommodate the proven in action T4 psychiatrists at the various medical and nursing homes in senior management positions. Because these institutions however fell under the auspices of the countries, the reference to new measures that carry out were by the “Imperial working group of medical and nursing homes” (an excuse of the Kanzlei des Führers for performing the “euthanasia”), his request had to provide the necessary emphasis. In a letter dated April 4, 1943 at the Medizinalverwaltung of the province of Hanover, Linden announced outright…  From this, the conclusion can be pulled that at this point seems fundamentally had been decided, no more how far Central making the future phase of “euthanasia” in the gas chambers of the three killing centers in Bernburg, Hartheim, Sonnenstein, but distributed in the hospitals and nursing homes. Hadamar, Kalmenhof belonged to the most famous recording and thus killing centers of the new type am Steinhof in Vienna, Eichberg, Großschweidnitz,

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herbert_Linden, translated:

*Dr [[Herbert Linden]], 1945, suicide. Overseers of the program were initially Herbert Linden and Werner Heyde. Linden was later replaced by Hermann Paul Nitsche… The Planning Department tried between May 1941 and October 1942 through spot checks to determine how the institutional capacities after the murder of the sick of the action T4 were reused. Central planning was often the responsibility of regional authorities. On 5 August 1942, a survey carried out among the competent authorities started by Dr Linden, how many asylum patients in corridors, common rooms, and chapels could be accommodated. In November 1942 Dr Linden ordered the twice-yearly survey of all psychiatric patients during Action T-4.    In his capacity as Reich Commissioner for the hospitals and nursing homes, Linden coordinated patients of the medical and nursing homes in Northern and Western Germany 1943. These areas were first affected by the allied air strikes. Arriving in the target institutions, these sick were preferred targets of killings in the Aktion Brandt, also called the second phase of NAZI euthanasia. Methods of killing were by drug overdose as well as the systematic malnutrition of patients. While Linden endeavoured to occupy any directorship in institutions with supporters of further euthanasia. In 1943 it was important, he said “that the psychiatrists increasingly turn to the idea of euthanasia from inner personal conviction.” “In this respect currently the majority of current euthanasian doctors are even more in demand”. And, it was “especially important to bring in reliable euthanasia psychiatrists into Directorships”.

In the report of the SS officer Kurt Gerstein is mentioned, that Herbert  Linden was sent in August 1942 to the extermination camp in Belzec.[Gerstein Report] In what connection  Linden was to Aktion Reinhardt is not known.

From July 1942 to 1944 or 1945 was Linden of an honorary judge at the people’s Court. Linden was also staff of the racial policy Office of the NSDAP. In the last days of World War II, Herbert Linden committed suicide on April 27, 1945 in Berlin. Apparently in ignorance of his death the public prosecutor’s Office in Frankfurt am Main, Germany initiated an investigation in August 1946 for lindens involvement in the Nazi murder of the sick

↑ Der Gerstein-Bericht im NS-Archiv

Fritz Cropp (born October 25, 1887 in Oldenburg; died April 6, 1984 in Bremen) was a German physician and NAZI official.Nationalist-national history [edit]In 1920, the son of a factory owner established himself as city physician in Delmenhorst, Germany. A year earlier, Cropp in the DNVP had occurred, as well as in the Alldeutscher Verband in 1923. in 1931 was followed by his conversion to the Nazi party and the SA (Sanitätsoberführer, 1939). In addition, he was still a member in the NS Medical Association. For the Nazi party, Cropp occurred as a Gau speaker. Since 1932, he sat for the party in the Oldenburg Landtag.NS career []In 1933, in Oldenburg, Fritz Cropp was appointed the country medical officer of health. Two years later, in 1935, followed by his transfer to Berlin, where he worked as a ministerial adviser in the Division IV (health care and people care) in the Ministry of the Interior. In 1939, he became Assistant Director. Fritz Cropp was involved in the Nazi “euthanasia”, the so-called action T4, in 1940. A superior to Herbert Linden, one of the main organizers of the action T4, he was responsible for patient transfers. From 1943 until the end of the war, he held the position of General speakers for air war damage.

After 1945 []After internment in Neuengamme, he settled as a physician in Delmenhorst, Germany. According to a ruling of the country denazification Committee in Oldenburg, which classified him as “politically unsustainable”, he was not more politically engaged. Since 1949, Cropp was Advisor to the Central Committee of West of the inner Mission in Bethel. in 1952, he went into retirement and moved into a pension as a former ministerial official.

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Hellmuth Unger (pseudonyms: Fritz Herrmann, Hans Holm; born February 10, 1891 in Nordhausen/resin as Friedrich Hermann Hellmuth Unger – 13 July 1953, Freiburg im Breisgau) was a German physician and writer.

University of Leipzig, which he completed in 1917 with the State examination and the promotion to doctor of medicine. From 1917 to 1919, Unger was an Assistant at the Leipzig University eye clinic; from 1919 to 1929, he practiced as a practising ophthalmologist in Leipzig. In the 1920s he undertook extensive travels, who searched him to Africa, Scandinavia, the United States, Canada and the Caribbean led.During the 1920s in addition to his medical work, Hellmuth Unger, who had already begun before the first world war with the writing of his own literary works, developed a considerable activity as a writer. He wrote mainly plays during this time, but also – partly under the pseudonym “Hans Holm” – a series of Unterhaltungsromanen.in 1929, Hellmuth gave up his Leipzig practice Unger and settled with his family in Berlin. He was full-time coach in various central associations of the German medical fraternity in the following years. Unger worked as a press officer of the Hartmann Confederation and of the German Medical Association Association and edited magazines for doctors and pharmacists. Although he – probably was not the Nazi party because of his membership in a Masonic Lodge, he held important offices in the conformist doctor after the Nazi seizure of power. In particular he worked off already may 1933 in the Department of press, radio and film in the newly created Intelligence Office for population policy and racial hygiene, the later racial policy Office of the NSDAP, and founder of the magazine new people; in 1933, he was press officer of the Reich physician leader Gerhard Wagner, and from 1935 also of the Empire Medical Association; from 1938, he was the main writer of all German regional doctor. His career stretched last but not least on the succession and racial-hygienic propaganda, and as a member of the Reich Committee for determining the succession and temperamental severe suffering it can be regarded as one of the intellectual pioneers of “children euthanasia” practised in the Third Reich in 1939.Of literary works published Hellmuth Ungers during the Third Reich are worth highlighting: his most successful with more than 300,000 copies sold work, the 1936 published biography “Robert Koch”, the title “helper of mankind” appeared to a revision of the 1929 is as well the novel “Broadcast and conscience”, 1941 formed the template for the NAZI propaganda film “I accuse”, as the 1943 also titled “Germanin – the tale of a colonial deed” filmed “Germanin”. [I Accuse]

Hellmuth Unger took part in 1942 in World War II; has worked as a war correspondent he reported in particular on the activities of the medical services of the armed forces on various fronts. The end of the war saw Unger in a hospital in Würzburg, after he was injured during an air raid. He got into American captivity, during which he worked as a medical interpreter. After his release, he went to Bad Harzburg, where he ran a practice as an ophthalmologist until early 1953. A legal examination of its activities in the Third Reich unfinished. Unger began to write again and published more biographical works on major medical. In March 1953, he moved to Freiburg im Breisgau, where he died a few months later.

Richard Wendler (* 22. Januar 1898 in Oberndorf; † 24. August 1972 in Prien am Chiemsee) war ein deutscher Jurist, SS-Führer und nationalsozialistischer Politiker. Von 1933 bis 1941 war er Oberbürgermeister der Stadt Hof (Saale) und ab 1942 Generalleutnant der Polizei und SS-Gruppenführer.

In May 1945, he was in American captivity and led the false name of sorrow more there. For this reason Wendler was not to Poland transferred, but released from Allied internment in September 1945. Thereafter he concentrated on writing as a construction worker. On August 3, 1948, he was arrested and sentenced to four years labor camp when the casting Chamber proceedings on December 22, 1948 as the main “originator”. In April 1949, the judgment was reduced to three years in prison. Wendler denied during the procedure, to have known some of the aim of deportations of Jews. On September 12, 1952 he was in the Group graded “Loaded”. By grace decision of the Bavarian Prime Minister Wilhelm Hoegner, hewas classified on October 28, 1955, as a “Fellow traveler” and could get this in 1955 once again as a lawyer in Munich admitted. Since July 1, 1953, he worked with a lawyer for the right protection authority of the Protestant relief agency and campaigned there for German prisoners war crimes in Poland.[1] The Prosecutor’s pre-trial court he became 1951 except tracking used to set the procedure of the StA Munich, 1966, a further investigation was discontinued on October 5, 1970…

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Walter Kutschmann, d. 1986. Escaped to Argentina, never tried.

Franz Medicus, d. 1967

Alfred Bernhard Julius Ernst Wünnenberg (20 July 1891 — 30 December 1963)

Karl Schümers b. 1905 -?

Fritz Goehler

John “Hanns” Wirth born on 5 July 1896

Fritz Harzer

Otto Weidinger (27 May 1914 – 11 January 1990) was a member of the German Waffen-SS and a commander of SS-PzGrenRgt 4 “Der Führer” (2nd SS Division Das Reich) during World War II and was involved in the massacre of Oradour-sur-Glane in France in June 1944.

Fritz Schmedes

Otto Binge, (born 19 May 1895 in Cottbus; died 18 July 1982) was an SS-Standartenführer (Colonel) during World War II and a commander of 17. SS-Panzergrenadier Division Götz von Berlichingen and 4. SS-Polizei Division.

Gerret Korsemann (* June 8th 1895 in fog (Amrum) ; † July 16 1958 in Munich ) was a German SS-group leader and lieutenant general of police. was during the Second World War, among other things, as SS and police leaders working in the occupied Soviet Union. free from 1949 until his death.

Erhard Kroeger (* March 24 1905 in Riga , † September 28 1987 in Tübingen ) was a German politician ( NSDAP ) and SS Colonel (1941). 3 1/2 years.

Kurt Christmann, also known as Dr. Ronda (* 1. Juni 1907 in München ; † 4. April 1987 )
10 years. died in prison.

Hans Joachim Beyer, (* June 14th 1908 in Geesthacht / Lauenburg , † August 25 1971 in Hamburg ) was a German historian , Nazi Volkstumsforscher and SS – SS Captain . In the 1950s he was involved in the Flensburg College of Education responsible for the academic training of history teachers.

Harold Steinacker (* May 26 1875 in Budapest , † January 29 1965 in Innsbruck ) was a German historian.

Werner Hersmann [hermann?] (* September 11 1904 in Duisburg -Ruhrort,. † 17th/19th October 1972 [1] ) was in the Nazi Reich SS Sturmbannführer , head of SD -section of Tilsit, leader of Sonderkommando 11a of Einsatzgruppe D in the USSR and Commander of the Security Police and SD in Banja Luka .

Günther Herrmann (* September 15 1908 in Minden , † unknown)
7 years, in 1973, so out by 1980-.

Gustav Adolf Nosske (* December 29 1902 in Halle , † around 1990) was a SS Lieutenant Colonel 1941/42 participated in mass killings in the southwest of the Soviet Union. freed 1951.

Friedrich Ludwig Maria Fritz Valjavec, May 26th 1909 in Vienna , † February 10 1960 in Prien am Chiemsee

Karl Hunter (* September 20 1888 in Schaffhausen , Switzerland, † June 22 1959 in prison Hohenasperg ) suicide. Involved in destruction of Jews of Lithuania.

Günter Rausch, * May 19 1909 in Sondershausen ; † November 12 1964 in Hamburg
died of Leukemia.

Rudolf Hotzel (* May 14 1909 in Vitzeroda ; † March 24 1981 in Bad Hersfeld

Erich Koerting. born 1902 — dead?
Körting was never tried

Hans or Hans-Gerhard Schindhelm , disappeared.

Alfred Charles William Filbert, [1] , Albert Filbert, [2] (* September 8 1905 in Darmstadt , † July 30 1990)
“Life in prison”. Released, 1973.

Bruno Walter Hugo Albath (* December 7 1904 in Strasburg in West Prussia, † 1990 ) was a German jurist, SS officers and officials of the Gestapo . freed, 1955.

Franz Sommer (* November 30 1897 , † 1980 in Düsseldorf ) was a German Gestapo officer , SS -leader and leader of Einsatzkommando one of Einsatzgruppe VI in Poland . Lived incognito.

Udo Gustav Wilhelm Egon von Woyrsch (* July 24 1895 at manor Schwanowitz , county Brieg ; † January 14 1983 in Biberach an der Riss ), a German SS officer and police officer (was General of the German Police ). Freed by British in the 1960′s.

Walter Hammer (* June 30th 1907 in Hagen ;? †) unknown. Freed, lack of evidence.presumed dead
Due to the shootings at Bromberg, hammer was imprisoned in May 1965, but released in November. Corresponding preliminary proceedings of the public prosecutor’s Office Berlin against him was discontinued early 1971.

Lothar Tasche (?) (* May 6 1902 in Leipzig , † May 16 1986 in Berlin-Steglitz ) was a German chemist and SS office

Hans Fischer (born August 21 1906 in Rottenbach (Thuringia) ; unknown † (whereabouts after the war))

Otto Sens (* April 14 1898 in Dessau , † unknown) was a German Gestapo officer , SS -leader and head of the task forces the use of a Group II in Poland . Never prosecuted.

William Nolle (* January 26 1904 in broke , Rhineland ; †) was an SS Lieutenant Colonel and chief executive officer.
Noelle was sentenced in 1951 in absentia to 12 years hard labor. dead

Josef Auinger (* December 1st 1897 in Gallspach, Enzendorf district , Upper Austria, † May 11 1961 in Grieskirchen , Austria) was an Austrian police officer and a Nazi. He worked as an SS -Lieutenant Colonel in the Security Service of the Reichsführer SS (SD) of the Reich Security Main Office (RSHA) and led SS-Sonderkommando in Nazi extermination. Free after 1956 return from USSR.

John Thümmler(Thuemmler)(* August 23 1906 in Chemnitz , † May 2002 ) was a German SS Lieutenant Colonel and senior executive officer , head of the Gestapo Chemnitz and Katowice as well as leader of Einsatzkommando 16 of Einsatzgruppe D in Croatia .
Another trial for murder in 1999 by the Head of the Central Office for the Prosecution of Nazi Crimes in Ludwigsburg, with Prosecutor Kurt Schrimm, ended due to lack of evidence. (* duplicated)

Willi Wolter (* November 14 1907 in Cleveland , † May 1969) was the National Socialist German Reich SS-Captain , the Gestapo in Cologne , in the official group ID (criminal matters) of the Reich Security Main Office , Commander of the Security Police and SD in Metz and leaders of Einsatzkommando 15 of Einsatzgruppe D in Croatia . After the war, Wolter was in court Hofgeismar classified in 1948 as “minor criminal”, so that he could live until his death in May 1969 undisturbed near Cologne.

Emil Hantl (* December 14 1902 in the Moravian-Lotschnau today to Svitavy belonging; † August 18 1984 in Plochingen ) was a member of the camp staff of the National Socialist extermination camp Auschwitz . As a medic at Auschwitz, he was sentenced to three and a half years in prison — but released on time served.

Schwerin von KROSIGK, LUTZ GRAF d 1977

some nazis.

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Befehlshaber_der_Sicherheitspolizei_und_des_SD

Walter Potzelt (* 16. Juli 1903 in Chemnitz; † 22. April 1955 in Bischofswiesen-Stanggass). Crimes in Latvia. Died during trial.

Heinrich Jennessen

Hans-Joachim Böhme [boehme](* 10. Januar 1909 in Magdeburg; † 31. Mai 1960) received 5 years.
Otto Bovensiepen (* 8. Juli 1905 in Duisburg; † 18. Februar 1979 in Zusmarshausen) Trial canceled due to “poor health.”
Franz Marmon (* 11. Juni 1908 in Sigmaringen; † 2. Oktober 1954 in Karlsruhe) 2 years.

news:
Aged Holocaust survivors made impassioned pleas to the US Congress to allow them to sue France’s state-owned SNCF railway over its role in World War II deportations to Nazi death camps. (AFP Photo/Jacques Demarthon)

http://news.yahoo.com/16-000-h­olocaust-victims-german-pensio­ns-171915634.html

Germany to pay out thousands of Euros to Holocaust survivors.

http://news.yahoo.com/germany-­wakes-festering-neo-nazi-threa­t-231344437.html

Neo-nazi threat in Germany

Mein Kampf removed from stores in Muslim country
Only a few countries — including Germany and Austria — restrict sales of the book, Adolf Hitler’s manifesto written while in jail in the 1920s. Its bursts of popularity in the Middle East reflect both the greater acceptability of overt anti-semitism and more complex issues resulting from widespread ignorance and denial of the Holocaust, a taboo topic in many Arab countries’ classrooms.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/new­s/worldnews/middleeast/qatar/8­936584/Virgin-Megastores-Qatar­-branch-removes-Hitlers-Mein-K­ampf-from-recommended-reading.­html

Arab collabo:
Fawzi al-Qawuqji (Arabic: فوزي القاوقجي‎; 1890–1977) was the field commander of the Arab Liberation Army (ALA) during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War in Palestine, and a rival of the principal Palestinian Arab leader, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini.

He collaborated with Nazis against the British. His forces lost to Israelis fighting for Independence in 1948.
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General Blomberg’s first wife Charlotte died on 11 May 1932 leaving him with two sons and three daughters.[5][6] In 1932, Blomberg served as part of the German delegation to the World Disarmament Conference in Geneva, where during his time as the German chief military delegate, he not only continued his pro-Nazi remarks to the press, but used his status of chief military delegate to communicate his views to Paul von Hindenburg, whose position as President made him Supreme Commander in Chief.

In late January 1933, Blomberg was recalled from the World Disarmament Conference to return to Berlin by President von Hindenburg, who did so without informing the Chancellor, General von Schleicher or the Army Commander, General Kurt von Hammerstein.

Later, in 1938, he had a falling out with the nazis and spent much of the war out of action.

Blomberg fell under the influence of a Nazi-sympathizing Lutheran chaplain, Ludwig Müller, who introduced Blomberg to National Socialism.[2] Blomberg cared little for Nazi doctrines per se, his support for the Nazis being motivated by his belief that only a dictatorship could make Germany a great military power, and that the Nazis were the best party to create a dictatorship for Germany.[3] In 1931, Blomberg visited the U.S., where he openly proclaimed his belief in the certainty and the benefits of a Nazi government for Germany.
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Bogislaw von Bonin (January 17, 1908, Potsdam — 1980) was a German Wehrmacht officer and journalist.
Chief of Staff of the LVI.Panzerkorps of the 1. Hungarian Army in 1944

Werner Otto von Hentig (22 May 1886, Berlin, Germany — 8 August 1984, Lindesnes, Norway) was a German diplomat from Berlin.

Dr. Fritz Grobba. [named elsewhere] This shaped the German Middle Eastern policy: Hentig obstructed the expansion of World War II to the Middle East. Whereas Grobba belonged in both world wars to Foreign Office’s faction that favored the massive incitement of Muslims to jihad in the colonial hinterland of Britain, France, and Russia, Hentig opposed it. Though he had switched sides for during World War I he did spread jihad ideas himself in his secret mission to Kabul, Afghanistan, due to the Ottoman-German conspiracy to instigate Muslims for a Holy War.[clarification needed]

After World War II, he was the West German ambassador to Indonesia. Following his retirement, he also served as the personal advisor to the Saudi Royal Family for nearly two years.

Arabian volunteers
Deutsch-Arabische Lehr Abteilung (Arabian volunteers)
Deutsch-Arabisches Bataillon Nr 845 (Arab volunteers)
Osttürkischer Waffen-Verband der SS or 1.Ostmuselmanisches SS-Regiment (Arabs, Turks and other Middle Eastern volunteers)
Freiwilligen-Stamm-Regiment 1 (Turkish volunteers)
SS-Obersturmbannführer Andreas Meyer-Mader
SS-Hauptsturmführer Billig
SS-Hauptsturmführer Hermann
SS-Sturmbannführer der Reserve Franz Liebermann
SS-Hauptsturmführer Reiner Olzscha
SS-Hauptsturmführer Fürst
SS-Standartenführer Harun-el-Raschid Bey (of the central Asian legions; was a German who converted to Islam while serving as an advisor to Enver Pasha) . Interestingly enough, there is not much on wiki deutsche on these legions and their commanders!

more names:
Dr Hermann Neubacher, d. 1960. Crimes in Yugoslavia.
Arno Schickedanz, d 1945.

Crimes in Ukraine:

Dr. Johann Anton Hofstetter

Commanders
SS-Gruppenführer Walther Schimana (30 June 1943 – 20 Nov 1943)
SS-Brigadeführer Fritz Freitag (20 Nov 1943 – 22 Apr 1944)
SS-Brigadeführer Sylvester Stadler (22 Apr 1944 – ? July 1944)
SS-Brigadeführer Nikolaus Heilmann (? July 1944 – 5 Sep 1944)
SS-Brigadeführer Fritz Freitag (5 Sep 1944 – 24 Apr 1945)
SS-Brigadeführer Pavlo Schandruk (24 Apr 1945 – 8 May 1945)

Chief of Staff
SS-Hauptsturmführer Otto Behrendt (22 Oct 1943 – ? Aug 1944)

SS-Sturmbannführer Wolf-Dieter Heike (? Aug 1944 – 1 Mar 1945) postwar: studied agricultural science and industrial management in West Germany
from 1950 until retirement in 1975, “employed by Audi, first as assistant director then as chief of personnel and administration, and subsequently as company director”
“He held many volunteer positions, among them founder and chairman of the Association for Military Studies in Dusseldorf (sic); founder (and honorary chairman) of the Employers’ Association; chairman of the Administrative Committee of the Employment Office in Ingolstadt; and member of the board of the Bavarian Red Cross. For services to his country, Heike was conferred the Federal Cross of Merit with Ribbon in 1976.”

Quartermaster
SS-Hauptsturmführer Herben Schaaf (? – ? Aug 1944)

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NEW:  trans from German:
Ludwig Losacker (* July 29th 1906 in Mannheim , † 1994 in Heidelberg ) was a German jurist, SS leaders and officials of trade associations. Losack was investigated for the crimes committed in the GG, but the investigation was discontinued in 1963. Losack appeared as a witness in several Nazi trials against Generalgouvernementsbeamte. [11
http://www.deathcamps.org/reinhard/finalsolution.html tells a different story than wikipedia. He was let go, despite evidence of his complicity in crimes!

Among the leading advocates in the Generalgouvernement who were in favour of gassing were:

1.Dr Wilhelm Dopheide, SS-Obersturmbannführer (above)

2.Dr Ludwig Losacker, SS-Obersturmbannführer (above)

3.Helmut Tanzmann, and SS-Gruppenführer and

4.Governor Otto Wächter. (same as Otto Gustav von Waechter. see page dated 11/22/2011)

Losacker:
in 1937 he moved to the private sector and colors in Berlin was an intern at the I.G.farben

In late 1938, he worked as General Counsel at the walkers AG and set himself up at the same time as a lawyer in Chemnitz.[3] He has also worked in 1936 for the SD.[5]

World War II

After the outbreak of the second world war, Los Acker worked as a Government Adviser after the invasion of Poland in October 1939 in the District of Cracow of the so-called Generalgouvernement (GG).[4] There he held from September 1939 until mid-January 1941 the Office of Kreishauptmanns of Jasło.[2] Losacker ordered the following in this function:”Except the special measures adopted by me I put on therefore, that as of today, may 25, 1940, no Jew, no Jew, no Jewish child to enter the road into. Also look out from the Windows is prohibited.”[7]Middle of January 1941 was Los Acker Amtschef in the Lublin District Governor then and was deployed in early August 1941 in the same capacity at the District Governor Lviv.[8] In January 1942, he was briefly the Governor of the District of Galicia.[2] In early January 1943 Los Acker appointed administration in the GG to the President of the Office.[8] Also Losacker was Lieutenant Governor of the District of Krakow also in February 1943 and was commissioned with the war-like institution building in the GG. From the end of May 1943 Los field was acting as Governor of the District of Krakow.[9]Los field was regarded as effective management specialist, which managed to curb corruption in the GG and to shrink the bureaucracy. Losacker was involved in its function as a management expert, responsible of the Holocaust because he co-organised the “Jewish resettlement” in the District of Lviv, in the course of the “final solution”.

On the other hand, opposed he policy of the Nazis attacking anti-religious and in this regard even personally turned to Adolf Hitler. In addition, he spoke openly against the action of Zamość and rejected repressions against the Polish population. Ultimately, there was a violent conflict between Losacker and the higher SS and police leader Friedrich-Wilhelm Krüger due to the shooting of Polish landowners and a doctor. This conflict resulted in the ouster of LosAcker finally mid-October 1943. Then, Losacker was transferred to the Waffen-SS, where he was employed until the end of the war.[3] Losacker was involved in the fighting in Italy, where he was also wounded.[1]

Helmut Tanzmann (born 18 January 1907 in Oschatz; † 6 May 1946) [1] was a German jurist, SS leaders and the Government Security Service of the Reichsführer-SS (SD).   … [2]   Tanzmann joined the NSDAP and SA at the 1933rd The SA He was a member until 1936 and then moved to the SS [3] Tanzmann rose in the SS in 1941 to SS-Obersturmbannführer. [2] From 1937 Tanzmann was as an assistant lecturer at the Berlin State Police Bureau works. [4]   After the outbreak of World War II, he was from November 1939 to May 1940 the Gestapo chief Gdansk. In German-occupied so-called General Government, he was then the commander of the Security Police and SD (Security Office) employed as office manager and was from July 1941 Commander of the Security Police and SD (KdS) in Lviv. [2] In the district of Galicia organized Tanzmann killings of Jews and gave out orders to kill against Jews (“Jews”). These so-called “Jewish actions”, where thousands of people were shot were taken in autumn 1941 and the end of 1941 temporarily suspended. [5] After the start of the Operation Reinhard Tanzmann coordinated as KdS the use of the security police in the deportation of Jews to the Belzec extermination camp. [6]   For disciplinary reasons – for embezzlement – he was as KdS Lviv from end 1942/Anfang 1943 represented provisionally and finally replaced in March 1943 officially by *Joseph Witiska in this office [3] background was a review of the police stations in the district of Galicia by employees of the Court. . The auditors discovered valuables and slush funds with money from murdered Jews, the members of the Einsatzgruppe C the police had made available. [7]   Thereafter Tanzmann KdS in Montpellier, where he served until August 1944. [8] coordinated in Montpellier Tanzmann and Others also pogroms and deportations and repressive measures against the French resistance. [9] Tanzmann was temporarily used as KdS in Marseille. [10] In late summer 1944, he was the named after him Sonderkommando Tanzmann (command zbV 21 Tanzmann), the centennial of approximately SD members of his department in France was. With this staff, he was transferred to Flensburg at the latest turn of 1944/1945 in northern Norway. Tanzmann broke there – in the course of laying the KdS / SD Department Tromso to Narvik – from Oswald Poche as KdS. In May 1945, the department still had 160 employees. [8]   When the war ended he fled in May 1945 on a submarine to Scotland, where he was promptly arrested. In British internment, he was subjected to interrogation. [11] In order to avoid an impending trial, he committed suicide in May 1946. [2]

The highest ranking Ukrainian officer was Dmytro Paliiv.

General de Kavallerie ..Harteneck, d. 1984. Held for 2 years.

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