Ludwig Klemm (* 9. August 1917 in Odessa; † 1979 in Limburg) war SS-Unterscharführer und im 2. Weltkrieg stellvertretender Kommandant des Ghettos Izbica. Suicide.
politician, a member of the Christian Social Union (CSU) party. not a
nazi.1933 he became President of the high court in Munich, a position he
held until the end of the war.
The leader School of the German medical profession
The leader School of the German medical profession was an existing from 1935 to 1943 the Nazi German Medical Association (NSDÄB) in the village of ALT Rehse at Neubrandenburg. She served according to the ideas of NSDÄB of the “ideological training” of doctors, pharmacists and midwives and the central institution of NSDÄB to the ideological training of the German medical profession during World of War II.From September 1939 to 1941 and early 1943 to the end of the war the school served as a military hospital.
From 1945 to 1952, Koller was imprisoned in the Brandenburg-görden prison as a prisoner of the Red Army. After his release, he moved to West Germany, where he was head of the Department of demographic and cultural statistics from 1953 to 1962 at the Federal Statistical Office.As a member, he belonged to the German society for Wehrmedizin and military pharmaceutical and the German society for Bevölkerungswissenschaft.Koller retired on January 31, 1978. On May 17, 1982, Koller in Wiesbaden was awarded the cross of merit of first class of the order of merit of the Federal Republic of Germany.
other nazi names found.
involvement in war crimes. The deportation of Polish Jews from the Lodz ghetto was ordered by Felber as then Chief of staff of the eighth army, before the command was issued by Reinhard Heydrich. This shows that the Wehrmacht was at an early stage leader involved in the persecution of Jews.
The army group was responsible after the company Anton Felber of the defenses in the previously under the sole control of Vichy France. While Felbers troops were involved in the deportation of Jews from Marseille and the evacuation and destruction of the waterfront in January 1943.Against Felber, a discovery method for breach of international law on hostage killings in Serbia was in 1949 initiated before the District Court of Frankfurt/M., which was not continued.
Bayerisches Staatsministerium der Justiz
1933 he became President of the high court in Munich, a position he held until the end of the war
Dr Walther Schultze (1 January 1894-16 August 1979) was a German physician and Reichsdozentenführer (Reich Leader of University Teachers) in Nazi Germany between 1935 and 1943. received 4 years.he served in the Freikorps under the command of Franz Ritter von Epp. Schultze had been involved in the Nazi Party since its founding in 1919. He was involved in the Munich Beer Hall Putsch in 1923, organising the getaway car. He was appointed head SA doctor in 1923. Later, Schultze moved into politics, serving as a deputy of the Bavarian parliament between 1926 and 1931. In November 1933, Schultze became Director of the Bavarian Ministry of Justice and head of the Public Health Department of the Ministry of the Interior.
Schultze was also involved in the T-4 Euthanasia Program. At least 380 cases of aiding and abetting the killing of disabled people were traced to him. In 1960, he was sentenced to four years’ imprisonment. Schultze died on 16 August 1979 in Krailling, near Munich.
On November 28, 1943, he replaced the camp of Chaidari, *Rudi Tepte,[Rudolf Tepte] the concentration camp. camp on 15 April succeeded as Commandant on 27 February 1944 the SS officer Karl Fischer. died 1953.
After the war loses its track. investigations were instituted against several times, but provided for non determination of his person.