more on the nazis, part 3.



On May 8, 1945, Karl Kitzinger was in a British prisoner of war, from which he was released in 1947. So far nothing is known about his life in the post-war years until his death in 1962.


Ernst Otto Emil Zörner (* 27. Juni 1895 in Nordhausen; seit 1945 verschollen, 1960 für tot erklärt) war ein deutscher Kaufmann, NSDAP-Politiker, Präsident des Braunschweigischen Landtages, Mitglied des Reichstages, Oberbürgermeister von Dresden und im Generalgouvernement Gouverneur des Distrikts Lublin. Declared dead, but questions lingered.

Eberhard Karl Ludwig Westerkamp (born September 30, 1903 in Osnabrück, Germany – June 27, 1980) was a German lawyer, ideologue and Secretary of State functionary of the German Red Cross.After the outbreak of the second world war, Walter from October 1940 until January 1942 was Vice President of the Central Administration in the German occupied General Government (GG).[4] Walter resigned at his own request from the Office and its position in the GG officially announced at Secretary of State Wilhelm Stuckart. In late January 1942 he had already communicated Friedrich-Wilhelm Krüger, inter alia the higher SS and police leader for a parley, that it “certain methods and excesses in the treatment of the Jewish problem […] “Headache.[5] After that, he moved into the Wehrmacht where he joined according to own statements from July 1942 until 1944 the 3rd Panzer army. With the Wehrmacht, he reached the rank of Lieutenant. In February 1945, Westerkamp was still conducting employed with the Government in the Silesian Waldenburg.[6]After the war, Walter engaged until 1948 as a farmer in Burg Gretesch.Witness for the defence in the OKW trial was during the Nuremberg trials in May 1948 [2] Walter.[6] After justification of the Federal Republic of Germany Walter was employed as administrative law Council in 1949 and worked in 1953 as a fine proxy. From 1956 to 1959, Walter was Secretary of State in the Lower Saxony Ministry of the Interior. Afterwards, he worked as a practising lawyer and was President of the German Red Cross in the Lower Saxony land Association in 1963.„gewisse Methoden und uswüchse bei der Behandlung des Judenproblems […] Kopfzerbrechen“ bereiten.[

The protests at Byelaya Tserkov were unique as being the only time during the entire war that Wehrmacht chaplains tried to prevent an Einsatzgruppen massacre

All of these killings took place with the knowledge, approval and support of the German Army in the east.[76] On October 10, 1941 Field Marshal Walther von Reichenau drafted an order to be read to the German Sixth Army on the Eastern Front. Now known as the Severity Order, it read in part:

The most important objective of this campaign against the Jewish-Bolshevik system is the complete destruction of its sources of power and the extermination of the Asiatic influence in European civilization .

Romanian Army worked closely with Einsatzgruppe D toward the massacre of Ukrainian Jews;[82] the Romanian Army killed around 26,000 Jews in the Odessa massacre.

Historian Haberer points out that the ratio of German Order Police to Schutzmannschaft (Schuma) was 1:10 in both the Reichskommissariat Ukraine and Generalkommissariat Belorussia.[94] In rural areas of Belorussia and Ukraine, the ratio of Order Policeman to Schuma was 1:20, which meant that most Ukrainian and Belorussian Jews were killed by fellow Ukrainians and Belorussians commanded by German officers, rather than Germans themselves.[94]

Gebietskommissar , or rulers

Einsatzgruppe A (commanded by SS-Brigadeführer Dr. Franz Stahlecker) was assigned to the Baltic area, Einsatzgruppe B (SS-Brigadeführer Arthur Nebe) to Belarus, Einsatzgruppe C (SS-Gruppenführer Dr. Otto Rasch) to north and central Ukraine, and Einsatzgruppe D (SS-Gruppenführer Dr. Otto Ohlendorf) to Moldova, south Ukraine, the Crimea, and, during 1942, the north Caucasus.[6]   Of the four Einsatzgruppen, three were commanded by holders of doctorate degrees, of whom one (Rasch) held a double doctorate.[

Gerhard Josef Arnold Erren (born March 4, 1901 in Mittenbrück; date of death unknown) was a German Nazi, who was used during the second world war as the area Commissioner in the Belarusian Slonim, where he was responsible for the murder of thousands of Jews. (15 to 25,000)Politically he turned to the Nazis at the beginning of the 1930s. He could join only after the transfer of power to the Nazis on May 1, 1933, the Nazi party, because he Landesschützen belonged to the Upper Silesia, which had been incorporated into the Reichswehr. In 1933, he worked on a Gau Sports School of the party in Upper Silesia and took the Office of a political leader of the Nazi party in 1934.[3] After completing a special course on the Ordensburg Vogelsang, served from 1937 until 1939 the Ordensburg Krössinsee fellowship leader.[4]After the start of the second world war, he was conscripted from December 1939 to July 1941 the Wehrmacht.[4] After the German occupation of Belarus he was from August 1941 to July 1944 area Commissioner in Slonim and additionally local and political leader of the Nazi party.[3] He was responsible for the murder of Jews on a large scale in Slonim.”When I arrived the Slonim area was approximately 25,000 Jews, alone in the city of Slonim of approx. 16000, so about two-thirds of the entire population. To set up a ghetto was impossible, since barbed wire nor security options were available. Therefore, I met preparations for a future more action from the outset. First, the expropriation was carried out and all German departments including Wehrmacht quarters equipped with accumulating furniture and appliance. […] For German useless stuff was released the city to sell to the population and the revenue of the Office cashier. One followed exact detection of the Jews after the number, age and occupation, a Herausziehung of all artisans and skilled workers, their identification cards and separate accommodation. The action carried out by the SD on the 13.11 freed me from unnecessary eaters; now available approximately 7,000 Jews in the town of Slonim are all in the worker process, and willingly work due to the constant fear of death are carefully checked for a further reduction in spring and sorted out.”-Gerhard Erren in a report on January 25, 1942 [5]After another Jew murders Erren reported in October 1942 in a report: “I’m glad to see the 25,000 Jews to 500 present unprecedented originally in the area melted together”.[6] Erren, who was recorded on March 2, 1944 in the rank of a SS Sturmbannführer in the SS, was leader for ideological training in the Waffen-SS from February 1945.[3]

After the war, Erren was until January 1948 in British internment.[7] With false information on his person could Erren resume 1949 his teaching profession at an elementary school in Hamburg and was established in 1951.[4] After the initiation of an investigation initiated against him on the basis of the Jew murders was he from the school fired in 1960.[3] From 1961 to 1971, Erren was a teacher at a private school.[1] Only on 25 June 1974 Erren convicted Hamburg of to life imprisonment by the District Court.[1], The Court had found his ‘guilt in the death of 15,000 Jews’.[8] It had been a while “with dog and whip through Slonim, went and began publicly to Jews”.The prison had not compete but [3] Erren as conceded the ruling on September 16, 1975 by the Federal Supreme Court for formal reasons, and rejected the process at the District Court of Hamburg.[7] The renewed negotiations in 1976 came no longer hearing incapacity . (source:

Gebietcommissar Hans-Werner Otto (* 28. August 1908 in Breslau; † 2. Januar 1977) war ein deutscher Jurist, NS-Beamter und Staatssekretär. In April 1942, Otto was transferred to the Reichskommissariat Ukraine and was in may substitute Red Army General in Nikolayev. In January 1943, he assumed the post of the area Commissioner in Nikolayev.[3] Otto left Nikolaev in March 1944 just before the reconquest of the city by the Red Army. From August 1944 to May 1945, he was in the rank of a sergeant in the army, among the 5th Mountain Division.

According to the decision of the Denazification, Otto had to owe his high positions of his Nazi party membership. At the same time, it was recognized that he had helped as Landrat of Feldkirch that three patients were not, as planned, in the course of the Nazi medical killings, deported the action T4, the annihilation of institutions. in 1948, Otto was classified as a “Fellow traveler” and in 1950 as “Discharged”.[4]

Otto joined the German party (DP) in Schleswig-Holstein.[5] As top candidate of the DP won in the State election 1950 a mandate, which he however not accepted, since he became Secretary of State in the Ministry of Social Affairs under the Ministers Hans-Adolf Asbach on October 7, 1950. He held this office until 31 January 1967 Otto was as confidant of Asbachs; together they influenced targeted personnel policy in the social area of Schleswig-Holstein.[6] From February 1, 1967, until the transfer to interim retirement end of July 1971, he was State Secretary in the Interior Ministry in Schleswig.[7] Otto held several supervisory and management mandates.[1] From 1962 to 1976 was also first Chairman of the Kiel racing and Equestrian Club (KRRV).[8]

in 1965, the Ludwigsburg Central Office initiated referred proceedings against Otto to investigate NAZI crimes in the district, Nikolayev. According to the investigations, Otto gave orders to build a gallows, where ten Russians were hanged, who had violated the curfew. Otto stated in interrogations to have unaware of persecution in Nikolayev. As the deportation of 600 to 700 remained Jews of the city unknown him by the security police and the Security Service (SD) in August 1942. When the Sonderkommando 1005 in the autumn of 1943 in the vicinity of the town opened a mass grave and burned the bodies of 50,000 Jews who had murdered the Einsatzgruppe D in 1941, Otto wants to have heard only rumored thereof; In addition, he recalled in his statements on an “unpleasant smell”. The lawyer Klaus-Detlev Gangwar Schüttke called Otto’s statements “due to his high functions in Nikolayev difficult to understand”.[9] In the referred procedure, which largely depended on testimony, *Otto could be demonstrated to no involvement of NS-crimes.

Ernst Duschön (born May 13, 1904 in Greenstone, Gefrees; now – June 22, 1981 in Düsseldorf) was a Reichstag for the NSDAP. Duschön attended the elementary school in Gefrees from 1910 to 1918. Then he began to work, he was most recently the quarry workers in Wülfrath in the 1920, he became member of the Socialist Worker youth (SAJ), a youth organization in the context of the SPD. Later he joined the SPD, who served until early 1924. Duschöns SPD membership was noted also in the time of national socialism in the guide of the Reichstag from 1938.[1] In February 1924, he moved to spare organizations of the Nazi party banned at this time, including the greater society to Alfred Rosenberg. After the readmission of the Nazi party, he joined the Party on May 4, 1925. On October 12, 1926, he resigned for unknown reasons from the Nazi party, was am but on July 1, 1927, party member again. Duschön champagne production, later the local group leader in Wülfrath was from July 1929 and September 1932. At the same time, he was a Gau speaker of the party in the Gau Düsseldorf Gau staff the local Gauleiter Friedrich Karl Florian.In September 1932, Duschön moved to East Prussia and took over the position of the Gau factory cell leader of the Nazi party in Königsberg. After the “Nazis”, Duschön in the election received a mandate in the Reichstag in March 1933. From May 1933 until 1937 he served District Manager, then later Gauwalter of the German labor front (DAF) in the Gau of East Prussia; in this function, he was on the staff of the Gauleiter Erich Koch. Duschön was judge honor and disciplinary court of the DAF in Berlin in August 1937. Probably in the same year, he became a member of “Reichsarbeits– economic” and the Reich work Chamber.During the war against the Soviet Union was Duschön District Commissioner in the District of Pjatichatka and Krivoy Rog city of the General District of Dniepropetrovsk in the Reichskommissariat Ukraine. With the withdrawal of German troops, he returned to East Prussia in 1944 first. Later, he was in Germany after Berlin and then at the beginning of 1945 in the West.At war’s end, Duschön was apparently temporarily captured by Allied troops and interned. Since the 1950s, he lived in the Rhineland; at times, he worked in a chemical plant in Leverkusen.


Wolfgang Abel (born May 13, 1905 in Vienna; died 1 November 1997 in Mondsee, Upper Austria, Austria) was an Austrian anthropologist and Nazi race theorists.Dr. Wolfgang Abel  , lived until 1997 as a painter.- .In the framework of the General Plan East, Abel worked out a plan for a “progressive elimination” of the “Russian race’ with which he wanted all”Russian Nordic types”Germanize and deport the rest to Siberia in May 1942.[2]In addition to his teaching Wolfgang Abel assumed the management of the Institute Awards of the Deutsche Hochschule für Politik in 1945, Abel was dismissed from the University of Berlin. From 1945 to 1947 he was in Internierungshaft. He then lived as a portrait painter in Austria.

Heinrich Harmjanz (born May 22, 1904 in Neuruppin; d. March 2, 1994 in Burgwedel) was a German linguist, folklorist, and sociologist.Harmjanz was a member of the NSDAP and the SS, he was promoted to Obersturmbannführer in 1941 in 1930.[1] Harmjanz was 1935 lecturer for folklore, people research, sociology, as well as border and Germanness abroad at the University of Königsberg and 1937 was a professor. in 1938, he became full professor at the University of Frankfurt am Main.At the same time, Harmjanz was science of Reich Ministry of science, from 1942 personal assistant of Minister Bernhard rust, Director and Chief of the Ministerial from 1937 until 1943 clerk in the Office. He also became head of people research and folklore in the Ahnenerbe of the SS in 1939. In this context, the participation of the art robbery in Poland was accused.Harmjanz had to 1944 abandon his political science departments at the instigation of the Rosenberg’s Office because his habilitation thesis allegedly pirated the work of a Jewish scientist.After the war, he lived as a professor for reuse in Elze, and later in Bissendorf. Translate webpage; Frankfurt The Institute was opened on March 26, 1941 in Frankfurt. The Jews as a target “people death” was formulated in the presentations of the three-day launch events.

Wilhelm Grau (* 4. August 1910 in Straubing; † 9. Oktober 2000 in Alzey) war ein deutscher Historiker, antisemitischer nationalsozialistischer Funktionär in angeblich wissenschaftlichen Instituten zur Judenverfolgung und nach 1945 Verleger. after the war, went into Publishing.

Klaus Schickert (* 23. Mai 1909 in Königsberg (Ostpreußen);[1] † unbekannt) war ein deutscher Historiker und Autor rassistisch-antisemitischer Schriften zur „Judenfrage“ im nationalsozialistischen Sinn.

Herwig Hartner-Hnizdo

Johannes Pohl (* 6. Februar 1904 in Köln; † 30. Januar 1960 in Wiesbaden) war ein deutscher Priester, Nationalsozialist, Judaist, Hebraist und Bibliothekar.

Günther Franz (born May 23, 1902 in Hamburg; died July 22, 1992 in Stuttgart) was a German historian who dealt mainly with agricultural history and the history of the German peasants

Franz Ronneberger (born March 15, 1913, AUMA; died 30 March 1999 in Nuremberg) was a German jurist and social scientists with teaching and research interests in communication studies, political science, management science, and in the South-Eastern Europe research. During the Third Reich he worked intelligence in relevant function. In the Federal Republic of Germany, he founded the science of communication and developed a theory of Public Relations. High school of the nazis

This chapter, “The Tragedy of the Vercors” is a gripping insider’s narrative of the controversial betrayal by the Allies of the most promising insurrection in Western Europe from which very few survived to tell the tale. Vercours or Vercors was a territory in France held by the French Resistance.

Dr. Rosencher’s book, winner of the prestigious French “Literary Prize of the Resistance,” in the English language, deserves to be published in English and the reading public will then be treated to one heck of a good read as well as a powerful education about what makes a Jew a warrior in desperate times.


According to Holocaust survivor, Iby Knill, “The shower unit and the gas chamber looked the same. They had been built that way, so we never knew if we were to be gassed or just showered.”

About 10 years ago, Brown asked Hungarian authorities for compensation for the loss of her parents.

“I got 70 dollars,” she said. “Seventy dollars for two human beings.” Peter Black, senior historian at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial in Washington, noted that although Germany paid reparations shortly after World War II, other countries — especially those such as Hungary that fell under Soviet domination — were reluctant to financially acknowledge a moral responsibility.

Yet as Black observed, similar reparations lawsuits have yielded results in recent years. The Swiss acknowledged responsibility for funds deposited in their banks by Holocaust victims. European insurance companies did the same for life-insurance policies taken out by those who died in the gas chambers, and Germany established a fund to compensate forced laborers.

More nazis:

Josef Grohé (6 November 1902 – 3 January 1988), German Nazi Party official, was born in Gemünden im Hunsrück as the son of a shopkeeper.[1] He finished secondary school in 1919 and worked as a clerk in the hardware industry.[1] He joined the Nazi Party in 1922, and was co-founder of the Nazi organization in Cologne and founder of its newspaper, the Westdeutscher Beobachter.[1] In 1931 he was appointed Gauleiter (regional party leader) of Cologne-Aachen, and in 1932 he was elected to both the Reichstag and the Prussian Staatsrat (State Council).[1] In late 1944, in addition to these posts, he was made the Reichskommissar in German-occupied Belgium and Northern France, although these areas were already being overrun by the Allies.[1] He was arrested by the British occupation authorities in Cologne in 1945 and imprisoned until 1950.   After the war, Grohé remained dedicated to the Nazi cause for the rest of his life.

Robert Jan Verbelen (April 5, 1911, Herent, Belgium – c. September 1990) was a Belgian Nazi collaborator. After the liberation of Belgium in the Second World War, Verbelen fled through Germany to Austria, where for eight years he worked for the Counter Intelligence Corps of the US Army, while he already was convicted as war criminal in Belgium. He obtained Austrian citizenship in 1959. He was charged with five murders in a 1965 war crime trial in Austria, but was acquitted of war crimes.   During the last years of the War, Verbelen was head of the De Vlag Veiligheidscorps, a Nazi SS security force in Belgium. In that function he assassinated Alexandre Galopin, director of the Société Générale de Belgique, and tried to murder Albert Devèze, Minister of State, Charles Collard-de Sloovere, Attorney General, and Robert de Foy, former State Security director. He was sentenced to the death penalty by a Belgian court in 1947, who found him responsible for the deaths of 101 Belgian resistance fighters.

Resistance: The one attempt at the mass deportation of Belgian Jews, attempted on 3 September 1943, proved a failure. After Wehrmacht raids, hundreds of Antwerp Jews were taken in furniture vans from their homes to Mechelen transit camp. Soon afterwards, Reeder ordered their release at the direct instance of Queen Elizabeth of Bavaria and Cardinal Jozef-Ernest van Roey, and the attempt was not repeated.[6]


SS-Gruppenführer Eggert Reeder (22 July 1894, Poppenbüll – 22 November 1959, Wuppertal) was a German jurist, civil servant, and district President of several regions. Reeder served as civilian administrator of Wehrmacht occupied Belgium and northern France when Nazi Germany occupied those countries during World War II.

Kurt Asche (* 11. Oktober 1909 in Hamburg; † evtl. 1998) The verdict against Kurt Asche was issued on July 8, 1981: seven years in prison for accessory to the murder of at least 10,000 Jews. In the judgment was stated he was slavishly mate of a criminal system, like many others also, and its leaders have been, their ideas and plans, he supported. Kurt Asche joined his sentence in January 1983 in the Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel correctional facility after its full ability had been established. After serving the imprisonment was Kurt Asche living freely in Hamburg-Eimsbüttel.

The Breda Four, or Vier von Breda.  Deported the Jews of Netherlands and Belgium.

Franz Fischer (* 10. Dezember 1901 in Bigge; † 19. September 1989 in Bigge-Olsberg) war ein SS-Sturmbannführer im Zweiten Weltkrieg. Was given death, then life. Fischer was serving his life sentence, because only a few months after his release from prison on January 27, 1989 died

Willy Paul Franz Lages, also Willi Lages (born 5 October 1901 in Braunschweig; died 2 April 1971 in Braunlage. Dutch Sentenced him to ‘life’; released 1966.

    • Joseph Johann Kotälla (* 14. Juli 1908 in Bismarckhütte; † 31. Juli 1979 in Breda) died in prison.

      Ferdinand Hugo aus den Fünten (Born 17 December 1909 in Mülheim an der Ruhr; † 19 April 1989 in Duisburg) was a German perpetrators of the Holocaust. During the time of national socialism , he was Director of the Central Office for Jewish emigration in Amsterdam.
  • Gertrud Slottke (Born October 6 , 1902 in Mühlenthal, Sensburg– 17 December 1971 in Stuttgart) 5 years imprisonment, for a secretary. She claimed not to know what the real fate of the Jews in the camps would be… is that possible, given the nazis use of euphemisms? The nazis routinely referred to the camps as “Deportations to the East.”
  • Wilhelm Zöpf partially admitted his complicity in the deportation and murder of Dutch Jews and was sentenced for aid community murder in 55.382 cases to nine years imprisonment.
    DSK or  The Devisenschutzkommando,  was a Nazi special looting unit of handpicked SS soldiers which operated in Belgium, France and the Netherlands. The unit was set up during World War II. They were charged with locating and acquiring Jewish gold for the Nazis, using violence and torture in the process. The unit was led by *Herbert Staffeldt and his deputy called Hartmann. The organization was supported by a dozen French collaborators known as Vertrauensmann, which means confidential agent in German.

    Peter Deeg (14 May 1908 – 25 June 2005) was a German lawyer, writer and politician. He was a member of the NSDAP and later the Christian Social Union of Bavaria.   When Deeg 1937 wanted to re-enter the Nazi party, there was a dispute about the reasons for the earlier termination of his membership (Deeg had been expelled due to late payments). Contacts higher lawyers, Deeg should be come to Julius Streicher. The head of the Publishing House of the striker allowed Deeg in 1938 and 1939 the publication of two books, namely Court Jews (1938) [5] and the Jewish laws of wartime lands (1939). The book made as a historical non-fiction with a long Archivalien-and bibliography “Court Jews” went through numerous editions in a short time.[6] Thanks in his preface Deeg Julius Streicher, had to thank the patron of science and art, the reader and author of the emergence of this work. Already in the first paragraphs of the sound for the 470 pages provided long continuously nationalist antisemtischen text:Prince-elector Joachim II of Brandenburg was not averse to the Jewish taxes sake to again set the Jews as sovereign sucking leech on the body politic. As one of the first, he will prescribe the Michael. This helps the electoral finance within recently with blackmailing people money, it borrows the Prince, back on its feet. (Court Jews, p. 5)Deegs function for strings is described with “Research officer of Julius Streicher Franconia leader” [7]. in 1939 he received a teaching position at the University of Berlin, on the subject of the Jews in German legal history.[8] In may he was sentenced imprisonment and fined by a Special Court for unfair methods, with whom he had promoted the sale of his own works, to increase its share of the sale proceeds to five months. Probably, the rupture occurred at this time with strings can be attributed to this judgment. After 1940, none of his books appeared in the publishing of the striker. The early of 1940s Deeg worked at construction companies in Poland.[4]In the Soviet occupation zone, Deegs were writing Court Jews and the Jewish laws of wartime lands as well as in the German Democratic Republic prior to 50 years. Pros and cons of the Russians Pact set the list of to aspirant literature.[9][10] The book of court Jews considered anti-Semitic concoction of today’s research.[11]1952, Deeg was admitted again as a lawyer. In this function, he practiced until his death. Through membership in the CSU [8] and the personal friendship with Franz Josef Strauß, he became Executive Vice President of the Italian arms firm Simmel Difesa Spa (Colleferro). In this role, he was involved in the Spiegel affair.

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    d. 1940; family was Lehmann publishers The Würzburg Institute founded by Lehmann became the most important hygienic and toxicological research institution in Germany between the first and the second world war.

    in 1923 he participated first passively in the beer Hall putsch, while his son-in-law, the then well-known veterinarian Friedrich Weber, are actively took part in the revolt. The hostages of the perpetrators of the coup were brought to his villa in Boorowa in wooden Brien Street 2.Lehmann of the NAZI chief ideologist Alfred Rosenberg supported in May 1928 when he founded the militant League for German culture (KfdK). Lehmann was a member of the Board of Directors of KfdK. [4]The Castle Hoheneck at Ipsheim was provided by him for national training weeks. These he acquired already in 1921 and made available to you for the SA as a base.In December 1931, entered Lehmann in the Nazi party.[5]For his 70th birthday high honor were bestowed in 1934 the party member of the NSDAP (No. 1.011.952). He was awarded the highest Science Award of the NAZI regime, the Eagle shield of the German Empire. On November 28, 1934, the Golden party badge was also awarded. And the medical faculty of the University of Munich he was appointed to the honorary.[5]He was married to the daughter of an Imperial Court Council of Leipzig, Melanie Petersen, and stayed in his apartment in the Paul-Heyse-Straße 26 Lehmann died in March 1935 at a middle ear infection in Munich.During the second world war was the Publisher continued and classified as “kriegswichtig”, which meant that, despite the lack of paper, special allocations went to the Publisher.[4] In the year of 1952 was Lehmanns Verlag Hermann Werner Siemens factory “Basic principles of genetics, eugenics and population policy” in 13. Appear Edition.[10] source: WIKIPEDIA


    Hermann Arnold (* 18. April 1912 in Alsenz; † 28. November 2005 in Landau in der Pfalz) German Dr. The Kaiser Wilhelm Academy had been resolved as a result of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 and opened on October 1, 1934 by the Nazis as “Military Academy” again. Arnold’s approval the doctoral thesis under the title “Contributions to the pathology of the eye damage by Dichlordiäthylsulfid on the basis of animal experiments” [1] took place on 29 September 1937 [1] treated the impact of chemical  warfare agent mustard gas. The evaluators were the poison gas expert Otto Muntsch and the pathologist Max Löhlein.[.[2] Arnold was Psychiatry at the military medical Academy.[1]

    Erich Scholz (born May 18, 1911 in tarnowskie Góry; died 2 October 2000 at Rimbach (Odenwald)) was a German architect, author and poet. From 1938 to 1945, joined Scholz of the SS and worked for several years at the SS main office budget and buildings. in 1942, he was transferred to the Ministry of defence and was commander of the belonging to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp IV SS construction brigade in Ellrich (resin) in 1945. 3 years detention

    Scholz was naturalized in 1938, he joined the Allgemeine SS in Berlin (SS number: 417461). in 1941 he volunteered for the Waffen-SS. He served from 1942 staff of Office Group C, buildings, the SS economic and administrative main office (WVHA) and possibly on the preparation of the master plan East.From September 1942 to February 1945 he was Adjutant to SS-Brigadeführer Walther schieber in the armor delivery Office of the Reich Ministry for armament and ammunition. In January 1943, during the battle of Stalingrad, he was commanded to the troop, but slide intervention again in the Ministry of defence transferred back. Early in 1945 he was transferred to Ellrich in the Harz mountains, where he became Commander of the IV SS construction brigade, one to the concentration camp at Dora-Mittelbau and belonging from 15 January 1945 to the concentration camp Sachsenhausen concentration camp prisoner unit, which starred among others on the construction of the helmet Valley Railway and is referred to also as “camp” in part first.In April 1945, Scholz traveled Siptenfelde 1000 inmates on an evacuation March through the Harz mountains, the is subordinate to him. Scholz was arrested by American forces and was from 1945 to 1948 American war criminals detained in Dachau. After his release in 1948, Scholz was architect at BASF. After the second world war, he joined the 1993, Scholz would receive the Eichendorff literature prize. After Paul had made public Buscher research results from the Berlin document Center and the Institute for contemporary history of Scholz’ past in the SS and the concentration camp system, the jury recanted their vote. Bodo Heimann was then awarded the prize.

    1/ Bernhard Schmidt (* 18. April 1890 in Pegnitz; † 6. September 1960 in Bayerisch Eisenstein) war deutscher Lagerkommandant des KZ Lichtenburg und KZ Sachsenburg während der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus.[1] Not tried.

    2/ Dr Bernhard Schmidt (* 20. Mai 1906 in Magdeburg; † 23. September 2003 in Esslingen) war ein deutscher Arzt, Hygieniker und Hochschullehrer. During the second world war he worked as a hygienist from 1940 to 1944 advice at the Heeressanitätsinspektion as well as head of the Department of science and health management. Along with the surgeon Hermann Eyer of the Institute of typhus – and virus-research of the high command of the army in Krakow, Schmidt attended the typhus experimental station of the hygiene Institute of the Waffen-SS in the Buchenwald concentration camp, which was run by the SS doctor, Erwin Ding-Schuler after entry in the diary of the thing on February 8, 1943.[1]After the prisoner was Schmidt in March 1946 to the head of the Department at the hygiene Institute of the city and the University of Frankfurt am Main ordered and appointed Adjunct Professor there in 1948. in 1953, Schmidt followed the call to the Chair of hygiene at the Freie Universität Berlin and the line of the Medizinaluntersuchungsamtes in wedding, 1974 was his retirement. Schmidt, in 1978 with the of the Rudolf Schülke Foundation veliehenen Hygieia Medal was awarded for his lifetime achievements, provided numerous scholarly contributions to the areas of hygiene, bacteriology, serology and virology.

    Eberhard Taubert (born May 11, 1907 in Kassel; died November 2, 1976 in Cologne) (pseudonym of Dr. Erwin cabbage; Nicknamed Dr. anti) was a German jurist.[1] Between 1933 and 1945 he served as a high official in the Reich Ministry for public enlightenment and propaganda of the Nazi policy. He wrote the screenplay to the anti-Semitic hate film the Eternal Jew, among others, and was the publishing Director of to the Association of German anti-Communist associations associated and aligned anti-Semitic Nibelungen Publisher. After 1945, TAC was active in Western intelligence activities against attempts to influence of the Soviet Union. He was staff and consultants of politician Franz Josef Strauß in the 1950s to the 1970s.

    Joachim Fernau (born September 11, 1909, Bromberg, German Empire – 24 November 1988) [1] was a German journalist, war correspondent of the SS-Standarte Kurt Eggers established with the Waffen-SS, bestselling author, painter, and art collector. One portion of his works was published under the pseudonym of John Forster.

    Gerhard Heller (born November 8, 1909 in Potsdam; died August 29, 1982 in Baden-Baden) was a German Publisher and translator. During World War II he was in the occupied France with the rank of a special guide (equivalent to the Leutnantsrang) responsible for the literature policy of the occupying authorities.


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