More on nazis and the Red Cross.

  • Mr. Ben-Tov was in Washington recently to discuss his book, ”Facing the Holocaust in Budapest: The International Committee of the Red Cross and the Jews in Hungary, 1943-1945.” His book is available through distribution centers of the Dunant Institute in Montreal, Geneva and Champlain, N.Y., as well as through the International Committee of the Red Cross delegation in New York and the American Red Cross in Washington.

After being freed by the Russians and making his way to what was then Palestine in 1947, Mr. Ben-Tov persuaded the International Red Cross to open files that had been closed since the war, on condition that he limit his search to one country and that he show the organization his work before publication. He chose Hungary, he said, on a hunch.

Poring over documents, Mr. Ben-Tov found that Max Huber, the president of the International Red Cross, who lived in Geneva during the war, knew about Nazi plans to exterminate the 800,000 Jews in Hungary but ignored repeated warnings of the World Jewish Congress and his own delegates in Hungary to intervene, Mr. Ben-Tov said. The 24-member committee, made up of Swiss citizens, feared that if it spoke out vigorously against the Nazi persecution of Jews, the Nazis would prevent the organization from fulfilling its traditional role as a mediator between warring powers, Mr. Bischoff said.

Mr. Ben-Tov said his book may put to rest a recurring dream that has haunted him.

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Otto Wilhelm Wandesleben:  b. 1912- ?

In December 1942, Wandesleben took over the management of the Department IV B 3 (“other churches, Freemasonry”) in section IV B (“Weltanschauliche opponents”) of the Office Group IV (Gestapo) in the Reich Security main office. He was thus in addition to Adolf Eichmann (“Jewish Affairs, clearance issues”) and Eric Roth (“Political Catholicism” as well as “political Protestantism, sects”) one of three speakers of this Office group. The administrative supervision of the approach of the NAZI security apparatus against the Freemasons as well as parts of ecclesiastical resistance fell within its operational area.

In the SS (membership number 290.022) Wandesleben Obersturmbannführer.

In February 1944, Wandesleben, Stettin was transferred as a cultural consultant to the SD lead section.

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Following Hitler’s takeover of the government in Germany in 1933, the National Socialist Party moved to control the Red Cross as well. Thus the Deutsche  Rote Kreuz became a legally recognized organization of the NSDAP in December 1937. Finally, at the end of 1938 the German Red Cross officially came under the control of the Nazi Party under the Ministry of the Interior’s Social Welfare Organization, becoming de facto a Nazi entity.

After Nazi Germany’s defeat in World War II, the Allied Military Government issued a special law outlawing the Nazi party and all of its branches. Known as “Law number five”, this Denazification decree disbanded the DRK, like all organizations linked to the Nazi Party. Social welfare organizations, including the German Red Cross, had to be established anew during the postwar reconstruction of both West Germany and the DDR.

The German Red Cross in the Federal Republic was recognized by the International Committee of the Red Cross on 25 June 1952. In the German Democratic Republic the Deutsches Rotes Kreuz der DDR was established on the 23 October 1952.

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a few more names of Drs.

Dr Cropp, Reich Committee on Hygiene

reich amt sanitaet

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_von_NS-aerzten_und_Beteiligten_an_NS-Medizinverbrechen

Hermann Eyer (Born 29 June 1906 in Mannheim; died 28 February 1997 in Munich) was a German physician and microbiologist .

4 men : Reichsgesundheitsminister bezeichnete das politische Amt folgender Personen: •

Gerhard Wagner (1888–1939), deutscher Arzt, „Reichsärzteführer“ (1934–1939)  •

Hans Deuschl (1891−1953), deutscher Arzt, „stellvertretender Reichsärzteführer“ (1933−1939)

•Leonardo Conti (1900–1945), deutsch-schweizerischer Arzt, „Reichsärzteführer“ (1939–1945)

•Kurt Blome (1894–1969), deutscher Arzt, „stellvertretender Reichsärzteführer“ (1939-wahrscheinlich 1945)

Heinrich Mückter (Born June 14 , 1914 in Körrenzig[1]– 1987) was a German pharmacologist and chemist. By the Polish judiciary, medical experiments on concentration campwere he accused used and forced laborers during the Nazi era. He withdrew an arrest by flight in the Western occupation zones. [2] Publicly he is best known in his role as Research Director at the Stolberger pharmaceutical company Grünenthal, where the sleeping and sedative Contergan was developed under his leadership.

Reich Health Leader In charge of Divisions III (Veterinary Matters) and IV (Health Matters and Social Hygiene). Sub-division B:

Division IV (Health Matters and Social Hygiene) Chief: Dr. Cropp, Ministerial Director Sub-division IV A (Organization, Administration and Budget Matters ) Sub-division IV B (Personnel Matters) Sub-division IV C (Heredity and Racial Welfare) Sub-division IV W (Social Welfare) Sub-division IV J (Youth Welfare)

Chief of Office Group III: Dr. Wenzel, General Surgeon of the Police, SS Brigadier General.

Technical SS and Police Academy Commander:

Prof. Dr. Gerloff, Brigadier General of the Police, SS Brigadier General.

7. Reich Health Office. President: Dr. Reiter, Prof. [ on blog]

8. Commissary of Voluntary Nursing. Commissar: Karl Eduard, Duke of Saxony-Coburg and Gotha. [on the blog]

9. Robert-Koch-Institute, Reich Institute for the Fight Against Communicable Diseases. President Dr. Gildemeister, Prof. [below]

Ernst Zipfel (* 23. März 1891 in Dresden; † 17. April 1966 in Bad Pyrmont) war Generaldirektor der Preußischen Archive und von 1936 bis 1945 Direktor des Reichsarchivs in Potsdam.joined the Nazi party in 1932.[1] From 1938 he was a member of the Advisory Board of the Jewish question in the German Institute for history of the new Germany Research Department. On July 23, 1943, he was appointed the Commissioner for the protection of the archive by Decree of the Reich Interior Ministry.[2] zipfel  special staff was archive in the application bar Reich leader Rosenberg and is responsible for the sacking of numerous archives in the occupied territories.After the war,  lived in Bad Pyrmont.

Friedrich Becker

Albert Demnitz the IG’s Behringwerke , Marburg / Lahn .was decided to examine, among other ingredients to a newly developed vaccine Behringwerke its suitability.

Bruno Santa Maria Weber (* 21 May 1915 in Trier , † 23 September 1956 in Homburg ) was a German physician and bacteriologist and SS-Hauptsturmführer (1944), in Auschwitz , the branch of the Hygiene Institute of the Waffen SS initiated .

Hygiene-Institut_der_Waffen-SS

12. Reich Plenipotentiary for Sanitariums and Nursing Homes. Reich Plenipotentiary:

Dr. Herbert Linden, Ministerial Dirigent in the Reich Ministry of the Interior. d. 1945.

Public Health Division IV of the Reich Ministry of the Interior had authority over the psychiatric institutions and supported the institution killings organizationally.

Head of the Hygiene Institute of the Waffen SS, the SS-Standartenführer Dr Mrugowsky. (hanged)

Eugene Gildemeister (* 28 October 1878 in Bydgoszcz , † 8 May 1945 in Berlin ) was a German bacteriologist and president of the Robert Koch Institute . . Gildemeister was at the Buchenwald concentration camp performed typhus experiments involving prisoners.

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_der_Generale_der_Waffen-SS

Dr Jung-Marchand

Höhmann and

The post held by Georgii did not become Reichsarzt SS it became Sanitätsamt der SS in Munich 30.01.1935 to 20.04. 45

Dr Sigfried Georgii he was certainly the senior medical officer on Himmlers staff from 1933 to 1934.

Dr. Hans Deuschl, appointed Abschnittsarzt of SS-Abschnitt. [elsewhere on the blog]

Dr Friedrich Karl Dermietzel (* 7. Februar 1899 in Lunow; † 7. Juli 1981) war SS-Brigadeführer und Generalmajor der Waffen-SS und Arzt.

Generalinspekteur des Sanitätswesens der SA und SS.: – 01.11.1933. – 31.01.1934. – SA-Sanitäts-Obergruppenführer.

Prof. Dr. med. Paul Hocheisen – Generalinspekteur für das gesamte Sanitätswesens der SA (bis 1934 auch der SS) – zug. 01.12.1933. – 31.12.1936, 1. Stellvertretender Präsident des Deutschen Roten Kreuzes – Trans. as Stellvertreter des Kommissars für die Freiwillige Krankenpflege (Volunteer Nursing) im Reichsministerium des Innern

To compensate for the loss of his office Hocheisen on the 18th Dezember 1936 in einer von Hitler unterschriebenen Urkunde zum Ehrenpräsidenten des DRK ernannt. [4] Appointed in December 1936, in a document signed by Hitler as honorary president of the Red Cross.

Paul Weickert, who was Reichsgeldverwalter SS since August 1929, is mentioned in original documents as Leiter Abteilung IV Geldverwaltung by March 1930 and December 1930. And by February 1931 Hans Aumeier, Reichsgeschäftsführer SS since August 1929 too, is mentioned as Leiter Abteilung II, while in the same month

Dr  Konrad Häfner is mentioned as Reichsstaffelführer SS and Leiter Abteilung Ib. So, an Abteilung III in March 1930 for the Reichsarzt SS, from an original document,

•Karl Gebhardt, oberster Kliniker beim Reichsarzt-SS, Leibarzt Himmlers •Joachim Mrugowsky, oberster Hygieniker beim Reichsarzt-SS  •Helmut Poppendick, Chef des persönlichen Büros im Stabe des Reichsarztes-SS. •

SS-Hauptsturmführer **** Ferdinand Berning, Adjutant des Reichsarztes-SS [on the blog •http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=130331

Female doctors:

die SS im Gesamten zu einer verbrecherischen Organisation erklärt und verurteilt. •

Margarethe Hübsch, Dr., Am Spiegelgrund[68]  •

Mathilde Weber Leitete die Kinderfachabteilung am Kalmenhof, drei Jahre, sechs Monate Haft. Nach etwa zwei Drittel der Zeit begnadigt. Lebte bis zu ihrem Tod in der Nähe des Kalmenhofs in Idstein.  •

Herta Oberheuser, Dr., Fachärztin für Dermatologie, KZ Ravensbrück, KZ Sachsenhausen, angeklagt im Nürnberger Ärzteprozess, zu 20 Jahren Haft verurteilt, davon 5 Jahre in Haft, Entlassung 1952. Danach Arbeit als praktische Ärztin in Neumünster. 1958 Entzug ihrer Approbation. 1978 verstorben.[1]  •

Marianne Türk, Dr., Am Spiegelgrund[69][70]  •Gerda Weyand, Gynäkologin, KZ Ravensbrück, wurde nicht angeklagt

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18 High SS leaders were of the 29 members of the leadership of the entire Deutsches Rote Kreuz. Thus, an ancillary activity as a “Chief Representative for any property of the DRC” found next to the Reich physician SS Ernst-Robert Grawitz of the then Chief SS, Oswald Pohl, which were subject to the concentration camps in 1942. In this capacity, Pohl could grant loans in millions for the SS: DRK money that flowed through the “SS-saving community e. V.” including the establishment of economic enterprises to the SS.

Grawitz greeting members of the National Leader’s School (Reichsführerschule) of the German Red Cross, February 20, 1939
Reichsführerschule
More Reich leader schools were founded in the mid and late 1930s, the exclusively involves the training of their own offspring, or who cared particularly special training:
Guide Reichsschule SS Reichenhall
SS – leader school Mihla on the Werra
RAD leader school Spandau
Reichsschule der NS people’s welfare Falkensee Guide
District school I for Halle-Merseburg in sea Palace
SS-Standartenführer Wolfgang Joerchel.
Der Kommandeur war SS-Standartenführer (später SS-Oberführer) Walter Bestmann.
The “SS medical Junkerschule” in Berlin was established beginning March 1935 under SS-Standartenführer Schlink. It was not under the control of the “Inspector of the SS-Verfügungstruppe and SS Junkerschule schools”, but was directly managed by the “Reich leadership SS, service Reich physician SS” under their Amtschef SS-Gruppenführer Ernst-Robert Grawitz. in 1937, the school was renamed to “Medical Academy of the SS” and moved to Graz in the autumn of 1939.
Hermann Schaper (born 12 August 1911 at Straßburg im Elsass, Germany – deceased), was Schaper was sentenced to six-years imprisonment, but was soon released for medical reasons.[3][4] He died of old age in his nineties.
Karl-Georg Rabe
Wilhelm Schepmann (* 17. Juni 1894 in Baak, heute Hattingen; † 26. Juli 1970 in Gifhorn) war von 1943 bis 1945 Stabschef der SA.
Hartmann Lauterbacher (* 24. Mai 1909 in Reutte (Tirol); † 12. April 1988 in Seebruck am Chiemsee) war Stabsführer und stellvertretender Reichsjugendführer der Hitler-Jugend, NSDAPGauleiter des Gaus Süd-Hannover-Braunschweig, Oberpräsident der Provinz Hannover sowie SS-Gruppenführer.
Sylvester Stadler (* 30. Dezember 1910 in Fohnsdorf in Österreich; † 23. August 1995 in Königsbrunn)

Günter Hellwing (* 29. März 1914 in Vormholz; † 22. April 1996) war ein deutscher Polizist und Politiker der SPD.

Während des Zweiten Weltkrieges war er Hauptsturmführer der SS und gehörte dem SS-Sicherheitsdienst an.

Herbert Schweiger (* 22. Februar 1924 in Spital am Semmering, Steiermark; † 5. Juli 2011 in Neuberg an der Mürz, Steiermark[1])

Walter Stopp; (zeitw. H. Lischner)
Ernst Popp. School leaders in the Adolf Hitler school.
SS-Führungsschichte Hubert Klausner (Gauleiter), Franz Kutschera  (Stellvertretender Gauleiter) d 1944., Wladimir von Pawlowski (NS-Landeshauptmann) d. 1961 after 5 years in prison.
Werner Fromm (* 9. April 1905 in Husum; † 10. Mai 1981 in Bielefeld) war ein deutscher SS-Oberführer und Oberst der Polizei sowie SS- und Polizeiführer (SSPF).
Richard Kurt Fiedler, (* 24. April 1908 in Berlin; † 14. Dezember 1974 in Gräfelfing) war ein deutscher SS-Brigadeführer und ein Generalmajor der Polizei, Politiker sowie SS- und Polizeiführer (SSPF).
Hermann Friedrich Franz (* 16. August 1891 in Stötteritz; † 18. Februar 1960 in Bonn) war ein deutscher Polizist, SS-Führer und Generalmajor der Polizei.
Karl Michael Gutenberger (* 18. April 1905 in Essen; † 8. Juli 1961 ebenda) war ein deutscher nationalsozialistischer Politiker im Deutschen Reich, SS-Obergruppenführer und General der Waffen-SS. 5 years.
Hermann Harm (* 30. September 1894 in Halle/Saale; † 28. November 1985 in Hartenholm) war ein deutscher SS-Brigadeführer und ein Generalmajor der Polizei, der als SS- und Polizeiführer (SSPF) tätig war.
Paul Hennicke (* 31. Januar 1883 in Erfurt; † 25. Juli 1967 in Braunschweig) war ein deutscher NS-Politiker, SS-Obergruppenführer (1938) und General der Polizei. no punishment.
Benno Franz Theodor Martin (born February 12, 1893 in Kaiserslautern; died July 2, 1975 in Munich) was a German lawyer and Nazi Germany Chief of police in Nürnberg-Fürth, SS-Obergruppenführer, General of the Waffen-SS and police and higher SS and police leader main.When the war ended, Martin was taken by the allies in prison and remained there until August 1948 in Allied internment. Afterwards, he was taken by German authorities in custody. Against him was heard then by German courts several times. On November 14, 1949, and on July 1, 1953 Martin was acquitted twice by the Landgericht Nürnberg-Fürth: first dispute was the mistreatment of two German prisoners in the Nuremberg jail in 1934 and 1936, as well as the continued mistreatment of Russian prisoners in Langenzenn immigration prison between 1943 and 1944 [5] A part of the Russian prisoners had died. The second procedure concerned the involvement of Martin on four of seven transports of Jews from Swiss francs to Riga, Lublin and Theresienstadt between November 1941 and September 1942 [6] at the beginning of the 1960s lived Martin in Munich.
Paul Otto Geibel (* 10. Juni 1898 in Dortmund; † 12. November 1966 in Warschau) war ein deutscher SS-Brigadeführer (1944) und Generalmajor der Polizei (1944) sowie als letzter SS- und Polizeiführer (SSPF) Warschau ab März 1944 eingesetzt. Suicide in Prison. Destroyer of Warsaw.
Hubert Klausner (Gauleiter of Carinthia), d. 1939
Dr. Friedrich Rainer (Salzburg) d. 1947.
Waldemar Fegelein (* 9. Januar 1912 in Ansbach; † 20. November 2000) war ein Mitglied der NSDAP (Mitgliedsnr. 2.942.829), der SS (SS-Nr. 229.780) und ein späterer Offizier in der Waffen-SS.  He was the younger brother of Hermann Fegelein.
Dr Walter Hofmann, Dr. jur.  (29.9.1915-?) [SS-Sturmbannfuehrer] — b.  Frankfurt-am-Main; NSDAP: 1821949 (joined 1 Apr 1933); SS: 92210 (joined 15 Apr  1933); service, Reich Security Main Office (Reichssicherheitshautamt – RSHA);  chief of staff, Action Group C (Einsatzgruppe C) 1941-1942 (The Camp Men p. 72).
should be the same Hofmann mentioned on page with Nickols and Rabe.
SS-Oberstab:
  1. SS-Amt
  2. SS-Zentralkanzlei
  3. SS-Personalabteilung
  4. SS-Verwaltungsabteilung
  5. SS-Sanitätsabteilung <Medical personnel-
  6. SS-Führungsstab (1932)
  7. SS-Verbindungsdienst (1933)
  8. Amt SS-Sicherheitsdienst
  9. SS-Rasseamt
Franz Stuschka (born July 3, 1910 in Liesing; died 1986) was an Austrian SS officer and staff in the Eichmann section of the Reich Security main office (RSHA). Stuschka was sentenced to seven years in prison in Vienna after the war.
The Eichmann commando (officially: special operation command Eichmann, sec) was a special unit of the Schutzstaffel (SS) under the leadership of Adolf Eichmann, which was, “eliminate the Hungarian Jews from public life and to focus, then to deport and to destroy them with the exception of the full population.”[1] After the occupation of Hungary by Germany on March 19, 1944 it organized the deportation of tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews within a short time, from April 27, 1944 until July 11, 1944 437.000 Jews were shared with the Government of Sztójay and the Hungarian militia which according to the German Ambassador Edmund Veesenmayer. The task force consisted of only 150 people, but still in Hungary, by many considered the Hungarian Holocaust solely responsible. It had its headquarters in the Budapest luxury hotel “Astoria”. Deputy of Eichmann was SS – Obersturmbannführer Hermann Krumey. Other leading members of SEK were
Siegfried Seidl, Theodor Dannecker, Dieter Wisliceny, Francis Novak, Otto Hunsche, Anton Brunner and Franz Abromeit.
One of the worst nazis escaped any real justice:
Ernst Adolf Girzick (born October 17, 1911 in Vienna; date of death unknown) was a SS-Obersturmführer (1945) and staff in the Eichmann section of the Reich Security main office (RSHA). Girzick was responsible for the deportation of Jews to the concentration and extermination camps in its functions and was sentenced for this in Vienna after the war to 15 years.
Girzik moved into the German Reich and came by the Austrian Legion in the SS camp of Ranis. In November 1937, he worked as Straßenbahnschaffner in Dresden.[1] After the connection of Austria on was the German Empire Girzick awarded the so-called order of the blood. After he first had been in 1938 in the”property market” the Department of Commerce in Vienna, he soon moved to the “Central Office for Jewish emigration in Vienna” and remained there from 1939 as Alois Brunner, until March 1943. He was Chief of the main Office of “Central Office for the settlement of the Jewish question” in Prague. From March to December, 1944, Girzick belonged to the Sonderkommando Eichmann in Budapest.[2] He was still the war merit cross II class. Then Girzick was used again in Prague until war’s end. From there he escaped on May 5, 1945, in a motorcade with Brunner and another RSHA staff.[3]On December 18, 1953, he was pardoned because lived including his wife and two children in poor circumstances. Also it was him to the “last specified offence […]” “only in that he was employed in the Jewish aussiedlung”.[5] He then lived in Seewalchen am Attersee.[6] Nothing is known of his further life.
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more names of SS men who seemed to have lived far too long:
Anton Leonhard Dunckern (* 29. Juni 1905 in München; † 9. Dezember 1985 ebendort) war ein deutscher Jurist, Polizei– und SS-Führer.
Johannes “Hans” Rudolf Georg Döring (* 31. August 1901 in Hannover; † 2. Juli 1970 in Nürnberg) war ein deutscher Politiker (NSDAP) und SS-Führer.
George Ebrecht (* 24. Juli 1895 in Hamburg; † 26. Januar 1977) war ein deutscher SS-Gruppenführer und ein Generalleutnant der Polizei (1943) sowie Höherer SS- und Polizeiführer (HSSPF) Nordost.
Hans Werner Haltermann (* 20. April 1898 in Berlin; † 17. Juni 1981 in Paderborn) war ein deutscher Ingenieur, nationalsozialistischer Politiker, Senator in Bremen, SS-Gruppenführer und Generalleutnant der Polizei.
Harry Wentritt, associated with Walter Rauff. Mechanic with KTI.
Dr Hans Bertha, anfangs Johann Karl Anton Bertha, (* 14. April 1901 in Bruck a. d. Mur; † 3. Jänner 1964 in Graz)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.
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Wilhelm Findeisen, drove gas vans in USSR. Heydrich’s chauffeur.
Gertrud Fiest, aufseherin, 1918. 4 years.
Gerhard Kloos (born May 3, 1906, Saxon rain; died 22 April 1988 [1] in Göttingen ) was a German psychiatrist who served as Director of the State medical institution Germany on Nazi euthanasia crimes.
Dr. Albert Widmann (born June 8, 1912 in Stuttgart; died December 24, 1986 in Stuttgart-Stammheim) was at the time of the Third Reich SS-Sturmbannführer and head of Department of chemistry and biology in the Reich Security main office. He developed for the action T4 gasification with CO gas and tested the killing of people with explosives and gas for the Einsatzgruppen der Sicherheitspolizei und des SD in Belarus in 1941.Albert Widmann was sought after as a professional for the technical operation of the killing centers
In the ruling of September 15, 1967, the regional court of Stuttgart comes partially to a different assessment and evaluation participating Widmann in the described events. The CTI (KTI, deutsch) had a branch office in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp there to perform medical experiments on prisoners. After the war, Widmann was interned by the American occupation force for a few days and then took up employment in a paint factory. He had worked up to to the Chief chemist, he was arrested in January 1959. Before the District Court of Düsseldorf he was indicted for the production of toxic munitions and performing human experiments in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp. Widmann was occupied by judgment of May 1961 prison due to accessory to murder . After a review decision of the Federal Court of Justice, the Düsseldorf Regional Court sentenced Widmann on October 10, 1962 by a new process to three years and six months in jail. The judgment was final.
In the same year, the Stuttgart Prosecutor’s Office pressed charges because of the involvement of Widmann in 1944 was “euthanasia”-Morden and the killings of health in Mogilev and Minsk in August Widmann therefore by the Stuttgart District Court on September 15, 1967 to six years and six months jail. The criminal Verbüßung for payment of 4000 DM to a disabled facilities was suspended by crediting previous imprisonment and pre-trial detention.
Hans Hefelmann (born October 4, 1906 in Dresden; † April 12, 1986 in Munich) was in Nazi Germany as head of commanding IIb of the Kanzlei des Führers, one of the main responsible persons for the Organization and execution of Nazi “euthanasia” program (action T4).
Werner Heyde aka Fritz Sawade (born 25 April 1902 in Forst (Lausitz); died 13 February 1964 in Butzbach (Germany) prison) was a Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology at the University of Würzburg, head of the Medical Department of the “euthanasia” headquarters and Chief expert of the euthanasia-action T4 during World of War II. After the end of World War II, he could practice as physician under the alias Fritz Sawade.
So to the murder, given patients were Hartheim in the killing centers specially converted Bernburg, Brandenburg, Grafeneck, Hadamar, and gassed with carbon monoxide Sonnenstein. In the period between January 1940 and August 1941 to about 70,000 people died. Heyde took part in a “trial gasification” in Brandenburg in January 1940. The decision to use carbon monoxide, was taken with the participation of Heydes: he had to do this with the Würzburg pharmacologist he consulted, Ferdinand Flury.
Felix Wittlich: d. 1950 KTI
Birthdate: March 5, 1905
Birthplace: Tallinn
Death:                                   Died                                          1950                                                          in                       Waldheim/Sachsen
Occupation: Dr.rer.nat. (Chemiker), Kriminalrat

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