Justice at Nuremberg? plus, more on the nazis,pt 2, August 2012.

women-KZ in Fürstenwalde/Havel.

NEW: Erika Flocken (d. 1964) Dachau Lady Dr.

Flocken, PhD physician was from June 1944 to April 1945 as head physician of the Organisation Todt (OT) in the OT-hospital Schwindegg as civilian employees worked. In this role, she was also responsible for the prisoners of the external commands Mühldorf, a central warehouse of the Dachau concentration camp , in charge. She allegedly neglected sick prisoners and denied medical attention. [1] was in flakes Mühldorf on 25 September and 25 October 1944 participated in prisoner selections. The first invalid transport comprised 277 men and three women, the second 554 men and one woman. The majority of Jewish prisoners in Auschwitzgas chambers . [2]

After her arrest Flocken on 1 April 1947 in Mühldorf process , as part of the Dachau trials was held on charges of war crimes, along with 13 other defendants before a U.S. military tribunal found. On 13 May 1947 was flakes due to the implementation of selections to death by hanging convicted. [1] She was among the first women who have been convicted by a U.S. military court to death. [3] The death penalty was later converted into a life sentence converted . On 16 August 1956, the life sentence was reduced to 38 years in prison. Flake was on the 29th but April 1957 from the Landsberg prison for war criminals released early on parole. On 13 July 1958 was the final release. About their future life is not known. [4]

SS Dr Von Weyherns, Dachau. No more info.

Dr. Eberhard Kuhlo, d. 1940 . Nazi Dr. named by Leonard Conti.

Lenzing Lagerführerin _ Schmidt
Franziska Hoengesberg was an SS guard at two concentration camps during World War II.
Franziska Hoengesberg was born Franziska Aatforst (or Autforst) in Essen, Germany on February 6, 1900.  In 1944, as Buchenwald built a subcamp in Essen, Hoengesberg’s hometown, she applied with the camp office there to become a camp guard.  The SS accepted her into the SS ranks and sent her, as an SS member to the Buchenwald camp near Weimar and Erfurt.  There she became a Blockfuhrerin  (Barrack Overseer).  Soon after, Hoengesberg was assigned to the Essen subcamp in her hometown as a Blockfuhrerin.  In April 1945, she walked out of the camp and back home with the arriival of the American ArmyShe has never been prosecuted for war crimes.
The prisoners were research and pseudonaukowe, for the needs of the company, Behring-Werke from Marburg and Berlin Institute of Robert Koch. The first document showing in camp experiences with drugs on prisoners is dated on 15 November 1939[1]. The prisoners worked also in the komandach factory, among others. for the needs of the company Gustloff with Weimar and Fritz Sauckel-producing equipment arms. In 1943 at the factory have created great podobozy-Maschinenwerk GmbH in Leipzig, Pol. wiki
Dr.Albert Demnitz, Berhringwerke, IGFarben
May have been a t Buchenwald.
The IG-drug producers were ready, because it was obvious, like large revenue the monopoly on a mass vaccine against typhus could lead. On 29 December 1941 took place in Berlin two meetings of the Interior Ministry, where even Professor Gildemeister by the Robert Koch Institute and Dr. Albert Demnitz the IG’s Behringwerke Marburg / Lahn participated. They laid down, inter alia, that the newly developed typhus vaccine Behringwerke should be tested in a trial of its effectiveness.
Already in preliminary tests for the artificial infection with typhus died one of the first ten trial prisoners. Another 135 mostly Jewish prisoners received in January 1942 vaccine trials with vaccines Behringwerke and the Robert Koch Institute. [264] Dr. Demnitz showed a very obvious interest to extend the trials and to force them. [265]
117749850 Title: Crime and Punishment in participation: the Frankfurt journalist Ernst Klee accuses, from: 1941-1945 Behringwerke had participated in medical experiments on concentration camp prisoners, on 20 November his accusations in Marburg.
Martin Hellinger (* 17. Juli1904 in Pirna; † unbekannt)  Dr released 1955.
Eugenia von Skene (* 30. Oktober 1906 in Birkenfeld, Fürstentum Birkenfeld; † unbekannt)  Ravensbrück. Released 1951, Kapo.
Only one other female overseer is known today, **Maria Kunik.
many Nazi doctors slipped into comfortable and respected positions after the war. For example, in East Germany, Herman Voss became a prominent anatomist and in West Germany,
Jane Bernigau (born October 5, 1908, Sagan; date of death unknown) was a German Oberaufseherin in several concentration camps from 1938 to 1945. It belonged to the so-called SS retinue.
At the age of 31, she applied as a guard in a concentration camp.[1] Bernigau recorded their service in 1938 in the Lichtenburg concentration camp. 1940, it was temporarily reassigned to train to the Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp.[2] Later became their transfer to the Ravensbrück concentration camp. There she trained women to supervisors.[3] From 1944 Bernigau as used in the gross-Rosen concentration camp, where she was responsible as Oberaufseherin for the management of the local women camp [4] and where she was awarded a merit. In September 1944, she moved to the MAUTHAUSEN and worked also in the St. Lamprecht subcamp, where she abused prisoners [5]. At the approach of allied forces, she fled the camp. She was never arrested or taken for their actions to the responsibility. Bernigau was however after the war several times interrogated, in 1969 and 1976.

Dr Herbert Linden, d. 1945. Should be on as Dr Linden.

Friedrich Pradel. After the war, succeeded Pradel to remain undetected and to meet again in the police service. When he became the target of government investigation, he was back at the chief inspector dispatcher willingness of the Lower Saxony police. Because aid to murder at least 6,000 people, was Pradel from Hanover Regional Court on 6 Juni 1966 (Az.: 2 Ks 2/65) [6] .  was sentenced to seven years in prison.

Ebensee: On May 6, 1945, the camp was liberated by the Americans. Although rapidly verwahrlosten help for the sick and weakened organized could, more than 700 from the effects of imprisonment died. The biggest part of the guards picked up by the US military police. Most received no or only minor penalties. The camp physician Dr. Willi Jobst, the SS pattern leader Hermann Pribill, SS Medic Gustav Kreindl and SS block leader Hans Bühner were sentenced to death. The camp commandant Anton Ganz, until 1972, he was sentenced by a German Court of to life imprisonment.

Ganz died, 1973.

SS-Hauptscharführer Martin Roth

Otto Riemer, Ebensee Obersturmführer – managed to escape. born 19 May 1897 , date of death unknown. After the cancellation of the post of commandant of Ebensee, sent  to the main camp of Mauthausen, where he served as head of the mail.  Of his post-war fate nothing is known. pol wiki, Riemer, Otto.

Günther Gereke (* 6. Oktober 1893 in Gruna; † 1. Mai 1970 in Neuenhagen bei Berlin)

Rudolf Reiner: during World War II the Boehmische Escompte bank, headed by Rudolf Reiner,[2] was one of the institutions participating in the so-called Reinhardt’s fund (the jewels, silver and gold confiscated from the concentration camp inmates).

Moreover, during the 1960s a former SS officer for some time became mayor of Ebensee, without his Nazi past arousing much attention.

The money needed for the construction of the Mauthausen camp was gathered from a variety of sources, including commercial loans from Dresdner Bank and Prague-based Escompte Bank, the so-called Reinhardt’s fund (meaning money stolen from the inmates of the concentration camps themselves); and from the German Red Cross.

After the war **Dr. Walter Schade found employment with the Zollkriminalinstitut Cologne. b. 1904 -?)

Herbert Edler von Daniels.b 1895-1965
war ein deutscher Sport- und SS-Funktionär
Stellv-Inspekteur fur die Leibeserziehung beim Chef SIPO und SD
SS-Gruppenführer und Generalleutnant der Waffen-SS Lothar Debes (June 21, 1890 – July 14, 1960) was German, Heer and Waffen-SS, officer who served in both World War I and World War II. In World War II, Debes commanded the 6. SS-Gebirgs-Division Nord and the 10.SS-Panzer-Division Frundsberg.
Richard Kurt Fiedler, (* 24. April1908 in Berlin; † 14. Dezember1974 in Gräfelfing) war ein deutscher SS-Brigadeführer und ein Generalmajor der Polizei, Politiker sowie SS- und Polizeiführer (SSPF).
Hinrich Möller or Mueller (* 20. April1906 in Grevenkop; † 13. Oktober1974 in Neumünster), zum Schluss SS Brigadeführer und Generalmajor der Polizei, war seit 1934 Leiter der SS-Standarte 50 in Flensburg und Polizeiführer dort. 1941 wurde er in Estland einer der Hauptverantwortlichen für die Ermordung der Juden im Reichskommissariat Ostland. Wegen des Mordes an zwei Kommunisten in Neumünster wurde er von den englischen Besatzungstruppen zum Tode verurteilt. Nachdem die Engländer die Angelegenheit an die deutschen Behörden übertragen hatten, wurde er nicht hingerichtet, sondern nach zehn Jahren Gefängnis freigelassen.[might be on list already)
Willy Tensfeld (1893–1982):
__  Shabelsky-Bork moved from Germany to Argentina in 1945. He influenced Hitler very much. Forgotten figure. He died from tuberculosis in 1952.
Heinrich Mohr of Bertlesmann, BMG:

As a member of the Confessing Church, the permission for the printing of religious works was revoked in 1938 poppy. Bertelsmann became the main paper suppliers of soldiers at the front in the second world war with the so-called “box”editions. Among other books were moved by Nazi authors such as will Vesper or Hans Grimm. With titles such as “With bombs and machine guns on Poland”, and “We spark for Franco” the company achieved mass. 1944 the Publisher was forced C. Bertelsmann on the basis of allegations of corruption from the system Matthias Lackas, to close its operation. The publishing house was in 1945 completely destroyed by bombing. After the reconstruction, Mohn transferred his son 1947 Reinhard Mohn the publishing operations, who built the company to a multimedia conglomerate. *died 1955.
These are members of the Schutzpolizei who served as guards in the Chelmno death camp. 1. Bolmann 2. Bolmann 3. Schneider 4. Muller 5. unidentified 6. unidentified 7. Rufenach 8. Blei 9. Daniel
To my knowledge, none of these men were tried after the war. The original photographs are located at IPN in Warsaw.
Auschwitz-Birkenau: more info:
Messing, Schultze.
Heinrich Messing and Karl Schultze site than on 14 March 1943 for the first mass murder in Crematorium II was born. Also, records in which work is described in the “undressing room” [3], or the procurement of gas-tight windows and doors as well as display devices for prussic acid residues are evidence of a privy. Topf and sons auschwitz-birkenau
The Ober engineer Karl Schultze described his observation as people to the crematorium were driven, and commenting on the motives of his further participation:
“The next day, I was around ten o’clock in the morning in the crematorium.” I saw there 60 bodies, men, women and children. […] I told what had happened, as these people led, driven into the gas chambers and killed and their corpses in crematorium would now burned him [i. e. Inspector]. […] I stayed there five days. […] I had to control the crematorium furnace. This was possible only when the transport arrived with about 300 people were killed in the gas chamber. […] I continued because we were bound by our signatures. We were in the duty to the SS, the company Topf und sohnen and im NS-Staat. I have not acted of its own accord, but statement… “I was afraid to lose my job and may be arrested.”[19]
Paul Erdmann, couldn’t find more info:
The Chief Engineer and General Manager *Paul Erdmann remained initially unaffected, was arrested end of 1950 but under suspicion, to the construction of crematoriums to a crime against humanity to have involved. He was discharged in February 1951. Why he not was put on trial, is so far unclear.[20]
Five involved mechanics of the company Topf & sons, who secretly had formed a Communist Betriebszelle to the part before 1945, soon the Communist Party and thus the later SED joined. One was recognized as “Verfolgter des Naziregimes”; some others were given positions in the people’s police or were recruited by the State security.[21] Whether they take advantage of their position to cover up its past practice, is not verifiable; in any case, they came away without trial. A request of the Germany prosecutors in proceedings to Topf was not answered from Erfurt, Germany.
Reinhard Kamitz studied at the University of world trade and a doctorate in 1933 1938 Director of the Austrian Institute for business cycle research he became, in 1939 he moved to the Vienna Chamber of Commerce. He joined the Nazi party in 1940 and applied also to include in the SS, 1938 he was an employee of the intelligence service of the NAZI Vienna
As first elected Finance Minister, he served in the Government of Julius Raab in the period from 1952 to 1960. In the last few years of the occupation, and after the signing of the State Treaty, he followed the so-called Raab-Kamitz course. Key elements of this policy were liberalisation, the hard currency policy and the reduction of individual taxation. It was the time of the economic miracle in Austria.
From 1960 to 1968, he was President of the Austrian National Bank.
Guenther Rohr, born 1893, General .
during the warsaw uprising.
Stoerz born 1912, (Friedrich Stoerz or Fritz Stoerz)
Curt Ludwig Ehrenreich von Burgsdorff (* 16. Dezember 1886 in Chemnitz; † 26. Februar 1962 in Starnberg) war ein deutscher Jurist. Zur Zeit des Nationalsozialismus war er leitender Beamter beim „Anschluss Österreichs“ und bei der Okkupation der ČSR und Polens; SA-Mitglied im Generalsrang und ein in Polen verurteilter Kriegsverbrecher.
Fritz Schwitzgebel (* 19. September 1888 in Waldmohr; † 19. Juni 1957 in Zweibrücken) war ein deutscher Politiker (NSDAP) und Oberbürgermeister von Saarbrücken.
**Dipl E.h. Hans Geitman RDB, Deutsches Reichsbahn,Oppeln. President of the railway line that sent millions to their deaths in Poland. Wilhelm Pirath
Friedrich Uebelhoer, went missing after war.

Lodz Ghetto.

After the integration of the former German Imperial and Polish territories in Germany, 1939 two new Reichsbahn divisions were established:
Reichsbahndirektion Danzig for the Reichsgau Danzig-West Prussia
Reichsbahndirektion Posen for the Reichsgau of Wartheland
The Dr set up in addition four more to the divisions acquired by the predecessor on their territory, which took over the responsibility instead of the divisions in the former Eastern German regions and the Federal Republic of Germany, where the letters have been preserved. The Deutsche Reichsbahn continued the name “Reichsbahn Division” 1994 up to their merger into the Deutsche Bahn AG.
Each Division was headed by a President, who was under the Ministry of transport. A Reichsbahn Office, local departments of the main service branches of machine industry, car industry, railway, security and telecommunications and services with special tasks of the district were subordinated to the Division. The Division was part of the main service branches in administrations, which was a Managing Director and functional departments (such as planning, management and training, General ledger accounting and statistics). The demarcation of the Reichsbahn divisions of each considered the route network and the territorial structure of the GDR.

Hans Hüttig (* 5. April 1894 in Dresden; † 23. Februar 1980 in Wachenheim an der Weinstraße) war deutscher SS-Führer und Kommandant der Konzentrationslager Natzweiler-Struthof und erzogenbusch.

Der Freundeskreis Reichsführer-SS, auch als Freundeskreis Reichsführer SS und Freundeskreis Himmler bekannt, war eine Gruppe von deutschen Industriellen mit dem Ziel, die Rassenforschung im „Dritten Reich“ finanziell zu unterstützen. http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freundeskreis_Reichsfuehrer-SS
Emil Helfferich (* 17. Januar 1878 in Neustadt an der Weinstraße; † 22. Mai 1972 ebenda) Franz Hayler (* 29. August 1900 in Schwarzenfeld; † 11. September 1972 in Aschau im Chiemgau) war ein selbständiger Kaufmann, der in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus als Mitglied von NSDAP und SS bis zum Staatssekretär und zum stellvertretenden Wirtschaftsminister im Reichsministerium für Wirtschaft aufstieg.
Hans Walz (* 21. März 1883 in Stuttgart; † 23. April 1974 ebenda) war ein deutscher Kaufmann und Geschäftsführer bei Bosch.[
SS-Obersturmbannführer Willi Haase, SS-Obersturmführer Kurt Becher, and SS-Hauptscharführer Heinrich – told the Jews of a resettlement programme Haase, executed  Grenz Polizeikommissariat HEINRICH -?
SS Obersturmfuehrer Mohwinkel Staff of W — Dr. Hans Hohberg— Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment, d. 1948
Walter Caspar Többens, auch Walther Többens, (* 19. Mai 1909 in Meppen; † 16. November 1954) war Inhaber der Többenswerke im Warschauer Ghetto.On September 11, 1945, Többens was arrested Corps in Bremen, Germany and interned by members of counter intelligence. He managed to escape from internment in January 1946 and after its Wiederergreifung in June 1946 he escaped again from the internship in Darmstadt on November 22, 1946. The Bremen German sentenced war criminals in absentia to the hauptschuldigen. After Denazification turned the authorities Többens in April 1951 voluntarily and was classified due to entlastender statements of former employees, late May 1952 as “Followers”. Többens died in November 1954 together with his Secretary in a car accident. The Többensbetrieb went in June 1988 in bankruptcy.
Wendelin Alois Frey (born October 16 1911 at Bühlertal , date of death unknown) – Nazi criminal , member of the crew of a German concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau and SS-Unterscharführer .

from autumn 1942 to January 1945 he served at Auschwitz-Birkenau. He was a guard there, Blockführerem in the main camp, a member of the camp Gestapo and commander of the sub Günthergrube (February 1944 ). 1948 the Regional Court in Krakow sentenced Frey to 6 years imprisonment.

Since the sixties led the investigation against him, prosecutors West German . Charges brought against him in the hospital selection being made ​​prisoner in Günthergrube and order the killing unable to march the prisoners during the evacuation of the camp. In addition, he had allowed at least two individual killings and made ​​a report about the attempt made ​​to escape by five prisoners, with the result that they were hanged . . The trial against Frey did not begin until December 18th 1973 trial in Frankfurt .
** November 25 1974 he was acquitted for lack of sufficient evidence.
** Plant Manager Carl Lautenschlager d. 1962. had called the clinical trials first in order to test the developed maximum active acridine granules and Rutenol can, stopped the supplies, but after he was able to conclude from the reports that the attempts of the law and medical ethical violated. 1942 tests began to produce penicillin. They were successful, a then planned production facility could no longer go into operation before the war ended. In January 1945, the production was partly due to lack of coal to a halt. On 27 March 1945 – two days before the occupation of the work by American troops – the production was completely set.
Hoechst, de.wikipedia
The cruelty of the SS men Flößberger the guards towards the prisoners is itself the HASAG too far. But it does not mean to go on sympathy for the victims – the company simply for the preservation of the work force for production. In February 1945, must therefore be responsible for the SS Lieutenant leader Wolfgang Plaul before the concentration camp commandant of Buchenwald, Hermann Pister. Plaul responsible as camp leaders of HASAG-camp Leipzig for the rest of the outside of the camp HASAG writes, the concentration camp commanders “… that the SS members of the pioneer company no longer were beating the prisoners.” Possibly preceded by a complaint by company director ***Brettschneider, who represents the HASAG Flößberg in, this process. At least in the presence of the leader of the SS Pioneer commands, Scheller, taught in such a way that the growing wealthy SS men “… can expect severe punishment for ill-treatment of detainees.” The former commanding officer of the Flößberger satellite camp,
KZ Berga:
**SS Technical Sergeant Stresemann is in the same month and replaced by SS Master Sergeant Lütscher.
no further info.
no HASAG personnel were put on trial at the International Military Tribunal (IMT) in Nuremberg.
Budin (dead).
General  Manager of HASAG.
His deputies were
Dr. Georg Mumme,
Hans Fuhrer and
Gustav Hessen;
Wolfgang Plaul (* 5. April 1909 in Freiberg; †  1945 verschollen) war deutscher SS-Obersturmführer sowie unter anderem zweiter Schutzhaftlagerführer im KZ Buchenwald. SS man.
Dr Ernst von Schon was Chairman of the Board, and the  shareholders included
1927, Schoen von Wildenegg, (* 22 August 1877 ) was an Austrian diplomat and German entrepreneurs. The lawyer was Consul General , member of the German General Credit-Anstalt in Leipzig (ADCA), chairman of the board of the association established in 1921 Mansfeld AG supervisory board chairman and the three Leipzig insurance companies. After World War II, he settled in Frankfurt down.
Hugo Zinsser,
Richard Koch.


Herbert Bottcher, the SS und Polizeifuhrer for the Radom district. d. 1950.

Between twenty thousand and twenty-two thousand prisoners of different  nationalities passed through the HASAG labour camps in Germany from  their establishment until their final liquidation in April 1945.

In 1945, thousands of prisoners were taken out of HASAG factories in a death march. In April 1945, with the Allies nearing the city, Budin blew up the company’s main building and office  building in Leipzig. He is assumed to have blown up his family and  himself along with them.[1][3][6] The company’s files were never found and are assumed to have been burned.[1]

Wilhem Renner, d. 1952.  Wilhelm Renner, director of the Leipzig Armor HASAG operation, and his wife were ardent Nazis.

Budin, an SSSturmbannführer and Nazi Party member, was appointed manager of HASAG in 1932. One of his deputies was Dr. Georg Mumme, an SASturmführer.As was common in the Nazi armaments industry, nearly all of the deputies and directors were in the SS, the Gestapo or the SA, most notably Wilhelm Renner, father of Hannelore Kohl, who later became the head of the military business and helped develop the Panzerfaust.


German Sergeant provided impt evidence on the Holocaust.
Wilhelm Cornides (July 20, 1920 – July 15, 1966) was a Wehrmacht sergeant in World War II known as the author of the Cornides Report, a report concerning his first hand experience of the extermination of Jews at the Belzec concentration camp.On August 30, 1942 Cornides, was in the Rzeszów rail station, on his way to Chełm by train. In his journal he wrote that a railway policeman had told him that ‘a marble plaque with golden letters will be erected on 1 September, because then the city will be “Judenfrei” (free of Jews). The policeman also told him that trains filled with Jews “pass almost daily through the shunting yards, are dispatched immediately on their way, and return swept clean, most often the same evening.” Some 6,000 Jews from Jarosław, were recently killed in one day.”

Cornides took a regular passenger train from Rzeszów to Chełm, he arrived in Rawa Ruska on August 31, and made further entries in his journal.
Chelmo. One of the few people to escape from Chelmno was Yakov Grojanowski. Also called, Kulmhof.
On  January 6, 1942, Yakov Grojanowski of Izbica Kujawska, Poland, was one of 29  Jews rounded up for a work detail and sent to Chelmno. For 14 days Grojanowski  worked as a grave-digger, burying Jews and Gypsies who had been killed in the  mobile gas vans. On the 19th of January, Grojanowski managed to escape from a  transport bus, and eventually made his way to the Warsaw Ghetto. There, working  with Oneg Shabbat, a report of his experience was developed, and using the  Polish underground, this report eventually made its way to London sometime  around June, 1942. Significantly, this represents a record of Germans  systematically gassing Jews a full two years before the Soviet liberation of  death camps gave that fact a far broader audience.
More on the nazis:
Felix Wittlich- needs info.
many names of those lower-ranked nazis who drove the gas vans.
Justice at Nuremberg?
Adolf Ott (born December 29, 1904 in Waidhaus; date of death unknown) SS –
Ott was sentenced to death in 1948, 1951 pardoned to life imprisonment, on May 9, 1958, Ott was released from the Landsberg prison.
Of the 14 death sentences, only four were carried out; the others were commuted to prison terms of varying lengths in 1951. In 1958, all convicts were released from prison.
Felix Rühl (b.1910-? ) freed. Dead after 1951?In January 1951, Ruehl was released in prison after six years, his remaining holding time was adopted him.[8] Ruehl lived then in Leverkusen.[5]
Waldemar von Radetzky(* 8. Mai 1910 in Moskau; † 21. Februar 1990).was a German Baltic SS-Sturmbannführer, who was involved in the Sonderkommando 4a of Einsatzgruppe C on the murder of the Jews in the occupied Ukraine.
The judgment against Radetzky was halved in length of detention and converted into a prison sentence of 10 years. In February 1951, he was released after his prison time after counting the time deduction since 1945 was adopted him.
In Germany (1951-1990) After his release, he received a well endowed position at Bayer AG in Leverkusen thanks to his country’s comrades. Until his death in Leverkusen, Germany, he became involved in the German-Baltic Landsmannschaft North Rhine-Westphalia. 1976, he founded the “Carl Schirren patron circle” and the later “Georg Dehio company” together with his wife. These and others acquired the medieval Chorschranke of the St. Petri Church of Riga and edited dictionaries of German Estonian artists and scientists. The collection of Baltic German silversmith work of the couple of Radetzky is issued since 2008 in the House of the German Germans in Darmstadt, Germany.[8]
Matthias Graf (b. 1903- ?)was a German member of the SS. As an SS Oberscharführer in the Einsatzkommando 6 of Einsatzgruppe C he was involved in the murder of the Jews in the occupied Ukraine. Graf was in 1948 in the Nuremberg trials sentenced to imprisonment in the amount of deduction already remanded in custody and released. (time served) and released.[2] This was the only defendant in the Nuremberg trials, was released at the end of the process.
Lothar Fendler (b. 1913-)The judgment against Fendler was reduced to eight years. In 1951, he was released after his prison time was included.
Günther Herrmann (* 15. September 1908 in Minden; † unknown) From 1950, Herrmann was employed as a clerk in Ratingen. In 1962, he was arrested but was released. From 1964 to 1969, he worked as a Managing Director of a Cologne supermarket. By the Landgericht Düsseldorf, Herrmann was sentenced on January 12, 1973 for Common plan to murder (killing of Jews and mentally ill in Artemovsk, Vinnitsa, Kirovograd, Poltava, Gorlovka (Ukraine) in 1941/42) to imprisonment of seven years.
(some names may appear elsewhere).
More on the nazis:
Wilhelm Hermann Pfannenstiel ( February 12, 1890 – November 1, 1982) was a physician and SS-Standartenführer (colonel, SS-No. 273083.) and a member of the Nazi party (NSDAP 2828629).
 This nazi dr was far more guilty than was acknowledged.
 (de. wikipedia)
He worked in the Berlin Office and Deputy Head of training of the race and settlement main Office of the SS. In 1937 he became lecturer on medicine as well as SS doctor of the upper section of Fulda-Werra. In 1939, he was consulting physician in the SS Sanitätsamt. In 1940 he was in Marburg on leave and used as a Sanitätsinspekteur in Berlin, where his responsibilities included the inspection of concentration camps in the General Government. In 1942 and 1943, he attended the extermination camps of Belzec, where he was personally present in August 1942 when the gassing of Jews.
After the war he was interned by the Americans until 1950. Between 1954 and 1959 he was in charge of the “Experimental Theraphy” division of the German pharmaceutical company Schaper & Brümmer GmbH & Co.
Harry Wentritt gave testimony in 1961 on gas vans. b. 1903, received 3 years in 1966.
Hans Bertha, anfangs Johann Karl Anton Bertha, (* 14. April 1901 in Bruck a. d. Mur; † 3. Jänner 1964 in Graz) war österreichischer Nationalsozialist, Psychiater und Universitätsprofessor, der sich in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus maßgeblich an der Tötung von Patienten von Heil- und Pflegeanstalten beteiligt hat.In 1938 he habilitated for Psychiatry and neuropathology and neuroscience, was appointed in 1945 the extraordinary Professor. In the years 1938-1945, he held “Human heritage education as the basis of the racial hygiene” to the teaching, was 1938-1940, acting Director of the psychiatric-neurological clinic, joined the NSD staff association as representative of the clinics.
Bertha was never convicted for his participation in the Nazi mass murder or punished. Not even a procedure has been initiated against him, in the 1948 national trial he was acquitted, although this incriminating documents (such as index cards).[7]1945, Bertha was appointed extraordinary Professor of the University of Graz, he received back in 1953 his teaching authorization in the year, he became three years later to the titular Extraordinarius, 1960 it appointed him to the extraordinary and 1962 to a full professor. From 1960 to 1964, he led the Graz mental hospital.

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