The Action Brandt was a Nazi program, which served from about 1943 to the creation of beds for hospitals and alternate hospitals. For this purpose, patient of the hospital and nursing homes have been relocated or killed. The agent named after the medical and healthcare Karl Brandt action was the successor of the Action T4.
Stab des Reichsführers-SS H. Himmler.
1.4.42 – 8.5.1945. Survived the war.
The Sonderkommando of Auschwitz-Birkenau consisted primarily of Jewish prisoners forced by the Germans to facilitate the mass extermination. Though never involved in the killing itself, they were compelled to be “members of staff” of the Nazi death-factory. This book, translated for the first time into English from its original Hebrew, consists of interviews with the very few surviving men who witnessed at first hand the unparalleled horror of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp. Some of these men had never spoken of their experiences before. Over a period of years, Gideon Greif interviewed intensively all Sonderkommando survivors living in Israel. They describe not only the details of the German-Nazi killing program but also the moral and human challenges they faced. The book provides direct testimony about the “Final Solution of the Jewish Problem,” but it is also a unique document on the boundless cruelty and deceit practiced by the Germans. It documents the helplessness and powerlessness of the one-and-a-half million people, 90 percent of them Jews, who were brutally murdered in the gas chambers of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
End 1958, he had kept himself against new inquiries and as a victim turned out, because his family had been expelled from her home in Berlin, and his books and a piano made him. He had no options as Diffamierter, to exercise his rights after serving what this new investigation would show.
Dr. Werner Kirchert (d. by 1995) senior physician of the inspection of the concentration camps at Oranienburg. Mentioned above.
On 1 November 1933, he joined the SS at (Mitgliedsnr. 245,540), for which he was a part-time working as an SS doctor. On 1 May 1937 he joined the NSDAP (Mitgliedsnr. 5020760). From 1 June 1936 Kirchert was used full-time as a camp doctor in the concentration camp Sachsenburg.  Kirchert 1937 was camp doctor at Dachau and moved from there in November 1937 as a medical officer to the Buchenwald concentration camp , where he worked until the end of November 1938. Kogon describes him alongside Hans Eisele as one of the worst doctors in the Buchenwald camp.  Kirchert from 1 May 1937 represented the first Sanitary unit of the SS Death’s Head units Oberbayern and ran from 1 1937 November the sanitary unit of the SS Death’s Head units Thuringia. On 1 December 1938 he took over a command to the psychiatric clinic of the Berlin Charité .  Kirchert 1939, was made a director of the Nazi killing center Grafeneck from. Kirchert’s proposal to head it was his former classmate, Horst Schumann. 
After the outbreak of the Second World War he was in October 1939 for the SS Division Totenkopf added, where he the second Medical Company initiated. From 1 April 1940 he was at the Inspectorate of Concentration Camps (ICL) was employed as chief physician and returned in August 1940 back to SS Division Totenkopf, where he served until February 1941.  In May 1941, he was the personal assistant of the Chief Medical leader Leonardo Conti. In early January 1943, he was chief physician in the Reich Security Main Office (RSHA) and was also deputy head of the Institute of Biology of the National Police Criminal Investigation .  In addition Kirchert was from 17 September 1943 as a senior consultant at the Higher SS and Police Leader used (HSSPF) Elbe. Kirchert was from mid-November 1944, with the use of Group H in Bratislava, used as group physician. 
After the war Kirchert was interned in labor and detention camps in Eichstätt.  Before the jury, the District Court Munich sentenced Kirchert on 11 June 1953 to four and a half years in prison. He later became manager of OWG-Chemie in Kiel . One of the prosecution of Würzburg initiated investigation of him, which was discontinued in 1995 after the death of Kirchert. trans. from German.
Karl Hermann Otto Heider, d. 1960.
1939, Heider resigned from the army in the rank of Lieutenant of the reserve. During the second world war, Heider was Chief of police of Münster from 1940 to 1942. Afterwards, he led the marriage Office in the race and Siedlungshauptamt(RuSHA) and was 1942 and 1945 Deputy of the head of RuSHA. From 1942, Heider became a member of the Volksgerichtshof as lay magistrates.
After the German surrender, he put to a false name and entered Soviet captivity. Until 1950, he pleaded to his identity, and was released in a casting Chamber procedure as “Eberstein”. Then, he ran a restaurant in Aerzen and resumed then his work as an electrical engineer, before he died after a long illness at the age of 65.
Karl Otto Knott (born 5 June 1910 in Gottswalde , d.?) – Nazi criminal, paramedic SS in the concentration camp Stutthof and SS-Unterscharführer .
After training in camps in Oranienburg and Majdanek was sent to the Stutthof concentration camp, where he served in the years 1 942 – 1,944 as a paramedic SS. Jego His main duty was to make the selection and throwing Zyklon B into the gas chambers in which the murdered Jews . In addition, lethal injections to kill the prisoners, and took part in the executions by shooting. He was one of the biggest murderers in the Stutthof camp.
At the end of the war Knott stood before the courts twice West German as charged with crimes committed in Stutthof. In the years 1955 – one thousand nine hundred and fifty-seven sat in the dock with the camp commander Paul Werner Hoppe before the Court in Bochum . 5 January 1957 Knott was sentenced to three years and three months in prison. Another his trial was held in Tübingen in 1964 and sat in the dock also Otto Haupt and Bernard Lüdtke . The defendants were charged with participation in the murder of hundreds of Jews, prisoners of the Soviet and members of the Polish underground. . Knott the only one of the accused was acquitted.
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October 10, 1955, in the Federal Republic of Germany without special editions as “Amnestierter” in the context of the recent release of prisoners. Then routes Streckenbach lived again in Hamburg and worked as a clerk and Manager at Ottenser ironworks GmbH. On 30 June 1969, he went into retirement.
A first German investigation was hired in September 1956 by the Hamburg Prosecutor’s Office stating, “also the further investigations have provided no evidence that the accused have under the rule of the Third Reich criminal offences committed, whose persecution still not would be barred”.
A renewed investigation led to an indictment by June 30, 1973, in the routes Streckenbach was accused for the murder of at least a million people. Due to an adjudicating at last instance opinion of the Gerichtsärztlichen service of the NHS in Hamburg, the Hanseatic Higher Regional Court rejected the main proceedings on September 20, 1974. Died 1977.
He united the SD and einsatzgruppen.