d. 1987. Nazi who worked with Paul Harteck on their nuclear project.
Fritz Wiedermann, a German who turned against Hitler,
Dr Weber has found the records of Fritz Wiedemann’s talks with him in 1940 in which Wiedemann openly warned against Hitler and claimed Hitler had a “split personality and numbered among the most cruel people in the world, saw himself better than Napoleon and that peace with him was impossible.”
He told Wiseman of the Fuhrer’s plans to attack and conquer the UK and “recommended strongly” that the British themselves strike as quickly and as “hard as possible” against him.
Walter Blume died in Germany. 1977
Released from prison 1953.
- German trawlers sent to rescue Cap Arcona’s crew members and guards managed to save 16 sailors, 400 SS men, and 20 SS women. Most of the prisoners who tried to board the trawlers were beaten back, while those who reached shore were shot down. The prisoners who managed to swim ashore were mainly gunned down by the SS. Only 350 of the 4,500 former concentration camp inmates who had been aboard the Cap Arcona survive
Neuengamme_concentration_camp. Indicates that many guards were never prosecuted.
After World War II, a court-martial case was prepared against ex-SS Hauptsturmführer Max List, citing atrocities on Alderney. However, he did not stand trial, and is believed to have lived near Hamburg until his death in the 1980s.
Emanuel Sladek, SS
- Amt III – Wirtschaft
- Amt IV – Landwirtschaft
- Amt V – Finanzverwaltung, geleitet von Otto Schwarzenberger
After the war, he defected to abroad. According to his wife, he turned down a try of Gehlens to win him for the BND.
II D 6 (?) SS-Sturmbannführer Hanke
Gestapo, fate unknown:
Fritz Rang (* 9. April 1899 in Grottau/Böhmen; † unbekannt) war im nationalsozialistischen Deutschen Reich SS-Standartenführer und Kriminaldirektor, Leiter der Amtsgruppe C des Amtes IV (Gestapo) im Reichssicherheitshauptamt.
It prisoners to other camps for forced labour were transferred in 1944 a total 70,000 Ravensbrücker, to Heinkel to Rostock to Siemens Zwodau, and over 10,000 Poles and Jews to Auschwitz-Birkenau.