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.  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 . 
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.  She was among the first women who have been convicted by a U.S. military court to death.  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. 
Dr. Eberhard Kuhlo, d. 1940 . Nazi Dr. named by Leonard Conti.
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)  . 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, 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 -?)
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.
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. The company’s files were never found and are assumed to have been burned.
Wilhem Renner, d. 1952. Wilhelm Renner, director of the Leipzig Armor HASAG operation, and his wife were ardent Nazis.
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).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.